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Hunting dog - has an innate desire to retrieve and work in the water and work in search of deer
Expertly trained dog to search for drugs or explosives - is possessing excellent smell to works on many borders and airports,
Family dog - loyal, gentle, child-friendly, not troubling for the owner
Socially working dog - saving the people trapped under piles of snow avalanches in time, under the rubble and landslides arising as a result of earthquakes
The guide dog - Labradors are perfect as guides and helpers blind person in a wheelchair - about 80% of dogs assisting the disabled are Labradors! Excellent senses seizures and this will know in advance what the guide your life easier for people who suffer from this disease
Dog therapist - works as therapist in hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Kindness and great heart to the people makes it ideal for this role


Dogs disease.

Hip dysplasia is associated with abnormal joint structure and a laxity of the muscles, connective tissue, and ligaments that would normally support the joint. As joint laxity develops, the articular surfaces of the two bones lose contact with each other. This separation of the two bones within the joint is called a subluxation, and this causes a drastic change in the size and shape of the articular surfaces. Most dysplastic dogs are born with normal hips but due to their genetic make-up (and possibly other factors) the soft tissues that surround the joint develop abnormally causing the subluxation. It is this subluxation and the remodeling of the hip that leads to the symptoms we associate with this disease. Hip dysplasia may or may not be bilateral; affecting both the right and/or left hip.

The diagnosis of canine hip dysplasia is typically made by combining: clinical signs of arthritis and pain, a complete physical exam, and radiographs (x-rays). If a dog is showing outward signs of arthritis, there are usually easily recognized changes in the joint that can be seen on radiographs. In addition, the veterinarian may even be able to feel looseness in the joint or may be able to elicit pain through extension and flexion of the rear leg. Regardless, the results are straightforward and usually not difficult to interpret.
Hip dysplasia is a widespread condition that primarily affects large and giant breeds of dogs. There is a strong genetic link between parents that have hip dysplasia and the incidence in their offspring. There are probably other factors that contribute to the severity of the disease like wrong diet, intensive effort of young dogs.


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