Tag: Beagle

Epilepsy Task Force

Far and away, epilepsy is the most common neurological disease affecting dogs and cats. Within the United States, it is estimated that approximately 780,000 dogs are diagnosed with this disorder every year (sorry, no numbers available for cats)…. Read More

Sebaceous Adenomas

One cannot discuss lumps and bumps in dogs without talking about sebaceous adenomas. These are, far and away, the most common benign skin tumors in dogs. Most dogs will develop at least a couple of them by the… Read More

Heart Murmurs in Dogs: What Do They Mean?

I recently received the following question from Ardis, a reader who oversees a rescue organization in California: One of our adopters has an older Beagle with a growth on his gum that is apparently not cancer and is… Read More