Our Dogs: Best of Health articles

Ian_and_PolaI write a regular column for Our Dogs Newspaper called “Best of Health”. It covers topical canine health matters. You can also subscribe (free) to my “Best of Health” Flipboard Magazine.

This page contains links to my articles:

November 2017: Planning for breed improvement

October 2017: Trust or trash? Just what can you believe?

Sept. 2017: Making sure the “obvious” is obvious

August 2017: Complex diseases: can we really find the genes?

July 2017: Here’s to you, Mrs Robinson

June 2017: International collaboration – part 2

May 2017: International collaboration on health

April 2017: IPFD IDHW Workshop preview

March 2017: The problem with facts

February 2017: Alternative facts and the post-truth world

January 2017: Genetic Diseases: Not so simple after all? 

December 2016: Let’s celebrate our Breed Clubs and Breed Health Coordinators

November 2016: Show me the data and I will show you some solutions

October 2016: KC BHC Symposium Report

September 2016: 20 reasons why improving breed health is so difficult

August 2016: Brachycephalics: making the move from data to improvement

July 2016: The Great British Puppy Survey

June 2016: Communicating science in plain English

May 2016: Who is responsible for breed conservation?

April 2016: What’s the point of a Breed Health Survey?

March 2016: The sins of the father are laid upon his children

February 16: The gene genie is truly out of the bottle

December 15: Enough data; time for some action?

October 15: Using the KC’s Diversity Report data

August 15: Don’t underestimate “Pet Power”!

July 15: Weighing the pig won’t make it fatter

June 15: A 5 point plan for improving canine health and welfare

Apr. 15: Breeding strategies – a range of options

Mar. 15: Events dear boy, events! – Crufts

Feb 15: Mastiff & Neapolitan Mastiff Health Seminar

Jan 15: The KarltonIndex – “Smoke & Mirrors” or “Mapping a Journey”?

Dec. 14: A list of recommendations is not a Strategy

Nov. 14: A focus on Health Surveys

Oct. 14: Breed Health Coordinator Conference

Sept. 14: Fat dogs are being let down by their owners

Aug. 14: Tackling complex diseases

Jul. 14: Tackling “simple” genetic disorders

Jun. 14: Breed Clubs and the KC collaborating

May 14: Breed Club Health Reports and Spay-Neuter data

Apr. 14: Breed health focus at Crufts and the DHG Annual Report

Mar. 14: Canine Health Improvement – it’s a “wicked problem”

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