CURIO ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS
Quality without Compromise since 1987
We have compiled information on some of the diseases and medical conditions that we've encountered during the course of our involvement with dogs. The links below will take you to the results of our research on these conditions and illnesses. Some of them are obscure, and some of them are all too common. This page and its links will be a work in progress as we add more information.
While Italian Greyhounds are generally a healthy breed, there are health issues that are sometimes found in dogs from varied sources.
Some of these conditions are:
Eye conditions, autoimmune issues, patella (knee) luxation, Legg-Calves Perthes disease (hips), thyroiditis, leg breaks
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM From the B-Naturals newsletter (reprinted with permission)
HELPING YOUR DOG COPE WITH BLINDNESS Temporary or permanent (Thank you Judy Longhouse)
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COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF GENERAL HEALTH AND BREEDING INFORMATION MANY thanks to Watford GSD Help & Information for allowing me to post this wonderful link to their site. There is a wealth of useful information and many other links to be found here about aPlease click on the "back" button of your browser to return here.
NOTICE!! All material, including photos & images found on this website are protected under copyright law. The medical information found on the pages regarding Parvo, Horner's Syndrome and Masticatory Muscle Myositis has been used with the proper credit to the authors as a part of the article.
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