Research Intended to Create Dog Breed With 20 Disfiguring Genetic Deformities

Researchers are closing in on over TWENTY genetic disorders in a single breed of dog and the dogs are now available for people everywhere to purchase.
For the entire article on this breed of dog that has combined twenty+ disorders, here you go:
To be “counted” as breed-endemic, the defects have to appear in more than 70% of the offspring, or present at 10-times the incidence of any other breed.
1. Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome
2. Intervertebral Disc Disease
3. Cherry Eye
4. Hip Dysplasia
5. Elbow Dysplasia
6. Allergies
7. Skin Problems
8. Heart Murmurs
9. Hypothyroidism
10. Eye Problems
11. Luxating Patellas
12. Entropion
13. Ectropion
14. Inverted Tail
15. Hemivertebrae
16. Cleft Palate
17. Congenital Heart Defects
18. Kidney Disease
19. Bladder Stones
20. Allergic Dermatitis

Making Sense of Veterinary Top-Tier Resources in Marietta, Georgia (East Cobb)

Here's an excerpt of the article at the site:
Making sense of the veterinary resources available in East Cobb County, Marietta Georgia. This is not written for everyone. This is for MY clients in MY geography; and so I'd say to practically anyone else, that based on certain emergencies, choose the CLOSEST and fastest Emergency Clinic.

I’ll keep it brief.
The best Emergency Clinic in East Cobb in Marietta Georgia is a Dogwood Vet. The reason is: They are a “soup to nuts” full service operation that was founded on the principles of client centric, non “invoice strategizing”.
Leave some money in the clients pocket, and do what’s best for the animal, not necessarily the corporation. Here is their motto: “Let’s bring back the old times, when what mattered the most was the wellbeing of our pets.”
The cases that have come out of there have been thorough, (or not), based on the expectations, financial capabilities of the customer and the probable outcome of the case. They don’t go unnecessarily far down the road if the case isn’t treatable. They will tell the truth. Some places will answer each question you have with the stock answer: “We should know the answer to that question after the next few tests.” Those are 'commission-based' answers from vets looking for that 15%. My client feedback on the DogWood Vet option have been superlative.
  • LOCATION 1234 Powers Ferry Common SE
  • Marietta, GA 30067
  • PHONE (404) 609-1234
Animal Emergency Clinic of Sandy Springs

Animal Emergency Clinic of Sandy Springs is a non-chain-store entity with a good reputation, I believe there is a Dr. Biddle over there, who sounds well worth the drive. The cases coming out of there have been well handled. Like a lot of emergency clinics, they are dealing with volume issues. So some customers have been disenchanted by the wait times. Sometimes it’s hard to understand why a dog with its entrails hanging-out gets to go before your dog’s broken nail. Or, why you are the only person in the waiting room waiting for two hours, (And that it could be because all hands are on deck in the back, resuscitating an animal with a crushed trachea.)
 I like this Emergency Clinic, and consider them a good referral.
  • Animal Emergency of Sandy Springs

  • 228 Sandy Springs Place NE

  • Sandy Springs, GA 30328

  • Phone (404) 252-7881

  • Email

Pet Health Videos of Note

If you're looking for some pet health videos, including fish, koi and goldfish diseases, illness, pathogens, infection and treatments, look no further. I've got you. Here's a list of the more 'important' videos on this, and more.
There are, among these, lots of my videos on dog and cat issues including the two most important element of longevity. And then on top of that, more than a hundred videos that ARE NOT listed herein, done by me.

Key Videos From My Youtube Channel

Delayed Shot Reactions are rare but life-threatening.

What is My PERSONAL Reasoning For My “Skinny Dog Crusade”? (Video)

Woodpecker Feeding Will Spare You Early Wake Ups Eating Your House.

Crushing Pills and Using Liquid to Get Tough Dogs and Cats “Pilled”

My Dog's Licking His Feet! What Should I Do? (Atopic Allergies)

Shakey Shaky Leg Tremors in Older Dogs Common (Video)

How To Use Every Medicine All At Once to Cure Skin Diseases and Itching

Inducing Vomiting in Dogs – Using OTC Hydrogen Peroxide

What Does Post Nasal Drip Hack and Wretch Look Like? (Video)

Socking the Front Leg of a Dog (Video)

Apoquel (Audio track detailed)

Dental Health Extends Life (As does a low bodyweight for dogs and cats)

Cytopoint – Video Introduction and Explanation

Oxyfresh Video Introduction and Explanation Clinical Experiences

Reverse Sneeze / PND Hack and Gack Video What It Looks Like (Video)

Knuckle Bones My Favorite Beef Bone Dental Exercise is Scrapey “How To”

“Down in the Back Arthritis Old Dogs Strategies”

Fish Stress is caused by Fish Pathogens, Fish Parasites and FIsh Illness and Fish Infections are the natural outcome.

A.I. is generating a whole new wave of information to be re-purposed and re-posted in fish health web sites, by all kinds of people, most of whom don't even keep fish but want to populate a website to impress Google, and capture your Affiliate Ad dollar.

And in the process, will be giving out recycled, even incomplete or incorrect information about Fish Disease.

Aquarium health isn't going to be covered much better by these AI Generated resources. Fish Illness, same. People want to learn about fish symptoms but that's a problem because the fish symptoms of Ammonia poisoning are indistinguishable from the fish symptoms of PH crash.

Finally swinging around to Fish Treatment, the art of saving sick fish – which will be woefully lacking because current fish treatments are based on medications that are still, and actually available. Fish treatments like Clout, for example, are off the market but AI doesn't know this.

Fish Medicine is still rapidly developing but not much has changed in the fishes' lives. Water Quality is king.

Fish Parasites are almost-constantly a source of Fish Infection, because the parasites cause deterioration and stress in the fishes' skin, it's primary defense against disease. Fish infection is quick to take hold.

All of this including water quality are contributors to fish stress which is the primary if not-only cause of fish vulnerability to disease. Some would say that if the fish weren't stressed by handling, water quality or parasites, crowding or poor nutrition, they would be practically immune to disease.

A host of fish pathogens of many kinds including bacteria, viruses and fish parasites are ready to attack a vulnerable fish and all the fish medicine in the world won't save a fish that's still under Fish Stress.

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We'll cover all the following in the above web sites:
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Where to find comprehensive and NOT A.I. generated errata on fish health issues:

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Koi & Goldfish Infections

Bacterial infections are a common problem in Koi fish and can lead to serious health issues if not treated promptly. In this document, we will discuss the causes, diagnosis, pathogens, and treatment modalities available for bacterial infections in Koi.
Bacterial infections in Koi fish can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor water quality, overcrowding, and stress. Other common causes include injury, parasites, and viral infections that weaken the fish's immune system and make them more susceptible to bacterial infections.
The diagnosis of bacterial infections in Koi fish can be challenging as many bacterial infections share similar symptoms. However, there are some common signs to look out for, including:
– Loss of appetite
– Lethargy and sluggishness
– Redness, swelling, or ulceration of the skin or fins
– Excessive mucus production
– Erratic swimming behavior
– Abdominal swelling or bloating
– Difficulty breathing
If you notice any of these symptoms, it is important to seek veterinary care promptly to identify the cause and begin treatment.
Several bacterial species can cause infections in Koi fish, including:
– Aeromonas hydrophila
– Pseudomonas aeruginosa
– Edwardsiella tarda
– Vibrio species
– Streptococcus species
These bacteria can enter the fish's body through wounds, gills, or the digestive system and can cause a range of infections, including skin ulcers, fin rot, and internal infections.
Treatment Modalities:
The treatment of bacterial infections in Koi fish depends on the type of bacteria and the severity of the infection. Some common treatment modalities include:
1. Antibiotics: Antibiotics are the most common treatment for bacterial infections in Koi fish. The choice of antibiotic will depend on the type of bacteria and the severity of the infection. Antibiotics can be given orally, injected, or added to the water.
2. Salt baths: Salt baths are a natural and effective way to treat bacterial infections in Koi fish. Adding salt to the water can help reduce the bacterial load and promote healing.
3. Water quality management: Proper water quality management is crucial for the prevention and treatment of bacterial infections in Koi fish. This includes maintaining proper pH levels, temperature, and oxygenation, as well as performing regular water changes.
4. Wound care: If the bacterial infection is caused by an open wound, wound care is essential to prevent further infection. This includes cleaning the wound with an antiseptic solution and applying a topical antibiotic ointment.
In conclusion, bacterial infections are a common problem in Koi fish and can lead to serious health issues if not treated promptly. The key to preventing and treating bacterial infections in Koi fish is proper water quality management, prompt diagnosis, and appropriate treatment modalities. If you suspect your Koi fish may have a bacterial infection, seek veterinary care immediately.

My Favorite Seminar of the Year by Dr Erik Johnson

Special thanks to Garden State Koi and their amazing staff, Jesse Blitz in particular but the entire team is amazing. I mean, capable and nice and fun –  aka amazing. They've had a wintertime educational workshop 'most years' and they've included me in these a lot –  I usually go up and present some seminars on fish health, pond stuff, and then quite often, the Wet Lab where folks can see parasites under the microscope, on videos, learn about them, and their diagnosis and treatment.
It's all part of Tom Smith (Owner and President) of the company vision for educated customers, of any kind. Librarian, Fireman, resident, Installer –  everyone does better with more information.
They're in Warwick New York and they've kind of gotten to be this big, one-stop shop and they also service / supply contractors in the pond business. And they do it well.
I went up in March of this year. I gave a presentation and a wet lab and it was wonderful. I'll give you some information about Garden State Koi and if you wanna get into the next Wet Lab and seminar weekend –  reach out to them and they'll sign you up!  I bet if you ask 'em nicely they'll let you have a copy of the presentation I gave. It's only 50+ pages thick in color hahaha.

Garden State Koi Pond & Waterfall Design Center is a pond supply store located in Warwick, New York. They have been in business for over 25 years and offer a wide variety of products and services for pond owners, including:

  • Pond design and installation
  • Pond maintenance and repairs
  • Pond supplies, such as liners, filters, pumps, and plants
  • Koi and other pond fish
  • Educational resources about pond care

Garden State Koi is a Master Pond Construction company and distributor of AquascapePRO Pond Products. They are also certified by the National Koi Association.

The store is located at 657 Route 94 in Warwick, New York. They are open from 9am to 5pm Monday through Saturday, and from 9am to 7pm on Wednesday.

Here are some additional details about Garden State Koi:

If you are looking for a pond supply store in Warwick, New York, Garden State Koi is a great option. They offer a wide variety of products and services, and their team of experienced professionals can help you with all of your pond needs.

657 Rt. 94, Warwick, NY 10990 / 845.651.4100 /

A Good Diet Recommendation for Pancreatitis and Renal Comorbidities

Making a diet with high quality, large proteins and a sweet potato (over simplified) is a good way to reduce or eliminate practical fat from the diet while providing the best proteins for management of renal function.
This article at is pretty thorough discussing the how and why of the diet, and it's an easy diet to make for a dog with BOTH pancreatitis and kidney disease.
The pancreas x kidney diet also describes how you could modify and feed this to your regular dogs, the ones that have NO kidney issues, and NO pancreatitis.
Here's the article describing home made diets for dogs with pancreatitis and kidney disease together:

Dr Johnson Haz Facebook Again

I consider Facebook to be invasive, distracting, and culturally manipulative. But, it's a platform that MOST people use.
I won't be “on there” much because I can't spend time in the rabbit hole. But I will post there from time-to-time.
So if you want another resource for pertinent dog, cat, pet, reptile and amphibian pocket pet help and information you should bookmark my pet health Facebook page:

2023 Happy Easter!

To everyone, on every path, I hope it’s a fantastic day, and an amazing year of rebirth. I hope Easter is everything you want it to be.