A list of Keesie puppies born for every year
David Sargan (Cambridge) writes
“GoDogs Cambridge University vets see dogs in a variety of shapes and sizes, but quite a few that seem to enjoy their food a little too much. So we are interested to understand how different breeds behave in relation to food, and we need your help!
PHPT testing It is best to take samples at the beginning of the week to give ample time for them to be shipped to Cornell. It would assist if Dr Goldstein was notified either by fax or email that samples were being shipped. Collect a blood sample in EDTA, not spun, not separated. Each sample […]
At the North of England Keeshond Clubs’ committee meeting in early 2002, the subject of various health issues within the breed was raised, along with the need for information to be made available to members. After much discussion it was felt that this could best be provided by one person on behalf of the Club […]
With my Health Coordinator’s hat on, I am delighted with the following press release from the Kennel Club. At the request of the Keeshond Breed Clubs, the Kennel Club has approved the official DNA testing scheme for Primary Hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) offered by Cornell University in America and more information can be obtained direct from them […]