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Dog owners, and Dobermann owners in particular - as it is one of the predisposed breeds - may notice this little organ for the first time when they visit their Vet due to a skin complaint, typically appearing in middle age (2-6 years) . The majority of cases of hypothyroidism, which means under-active thyroid, occur due to changes in the gland.

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For many owners a car journey with their beloved dog becomes the journey from hell, with whining, trying to go under seats, barking, or even vomiting. Some dogs do suffer from motion sickness. The problem may well be excitement, anxiety, fear or most commonly a bad experience partially created by the owner.

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In an almost unbelievable turn of events, the Android Market is hosting sales of a new video game called DOG WARS. It is basically a game that involves training/feeding a dog in preparation for dog fights where the player can win virtual money.

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A recent study from Bristol University has revealed that the problem with ticks is worse than previously thought and also found that populations of exotic species originated in Continental Europe, involved in the transmission of tick borne diseases, are well established in the South of England and Wales.

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Pet Blood Bank UK (PBBuk) is a not for profit charity which provides a national canine blood bank. Supported by Vets Now, the UK’s leading emergency and critical care veterinary providers, PBBuk is the first service of its kind to collect, process, store and supply pet blood products.

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Help us tell the world about the great state of life that is Dobe ownership (or rather, being owned by a Dobe), send us your stories, and we'll publish them on the blog. We really hope you can help, as the more stories we can post, the more people will hopefully discover how much joy can be derived from rehoming a Dobe in need.

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