Hold That Steroid! Diet Trials for Chronic Enteropathy

Diet trials are the first-line approach to both diagnosis and treatment of chronic enteropathy and could help patients avoid the need for immunosuppressive therapy.

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Peer-Reviewed Articles


Just a Fluke? Trematode Infections of Dogs in the United States

With many dogs living mostly indoors, the presumed incidence of fluke infections has declined.


Intraoral Radiographs: Identifying Normal Anatomy

Full-mouth radiographs can identify important pathology that can not be seen during clinical examination.

Respiratory Medicine

Tracheal Collapse

Tracheal collapse is most common in small dogs; the medical treatment approach includes use of cough suppressants, anti-inflammatories, and antibiotics.


Proactive Nutrition for the Healthy Indoor Cat

Preventing cats from becoming overweight or obese can be more rewarding and successful than weight-loss programs.


Trilostane for Dogs With Hyperadrenocorticism

The primary goals of trilostane therapy are resolving clinical signs of hyperadrenocorticism and avoiding oversuppression of the adrenal axis.

Soft Tissue Surgery

A Guide to Exploratory Laparotomy

Exploratory laparotomy is used to diagnose or further investigate problems inside the abdomen that could not be achieved via preoperative diagnostics.