Post-Grooming FurunculosisPost-grooming furunculosis is a deep skin infection that occurs rather quickly, usually on the back of dogs. Most cases will respond well to therapy.
Lead and Zinc Toxicity in BirdsLead and zinc are the most commonly reported of avian toxicoses in both captive and free-ranging birds. If the patient responds well to initial treatment and the source of toxicity is removed, prognosis is generally good.
AVMA Shares Safety Tips for Pets on Halloween
In preparation for Halloween, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has put together seven tips for veterinarians to share with pet owners to ensure animals stay safe during upcoming festivities.
Top 10 Toxicologic Causes of Hypoglycemia in Dogs
A discussion about the 10 most common toxicologic causes of hypoglycemia in the dog, including the sago palm tree, xylitol, NSAIDs, zinc and aluminum phosphide.
Toxicity of Art Supplies
Welcome to Practical Toxicology, brought to you in partnership between Today’s Veterinary Practice and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) (aspcapro.
Christmas Plants: Hazards, History, and Holiday Dangers’Tis the season—many pets will sample a new potted plant or arrangement in the house. Learn to identify plants that can cause toxicosis.
Ethanol Toxicosis: A ReviewIn most cases of ethanol ingestion, the prognosis is good. Cases complicated by aspiration of gastric contents, presence of other ingested material, or preexisting disease have a more guarded prognosis.
Tremorgenic Mycotoxin Intoxication in DogsThe onset of tremorgenic mycotoxin intoxication—which can be life-threatening—can occur rapidly, so it is crucial that veterinarians give prompt care.
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