NutritionDogs with urate uroliths can typically be managed nutritionally with a low-purine veterinary therapeutic diet.
NutritionMany dogs with PLE will have IL as a primary or secondary etiology, and the best management is a low-fat commercial or ultra–low-fat homemade diet.
ParasitologyLyme borreliosis can present with symptoms ranging from polyarthritis to nephritis—or even asymptomatically with just a positive serology test.
NutritionNutritional management is an important part of addressing chylothorax, along with medication and surgical intervention.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareNecrotizing fasciitis, or commonly known as the “flesh-eating disease," has a 100% mortality rate if surgical intervention is not rapidly instituted.
Infectious DiseaseCases of leishmaniasis are a serious zoonotic concern around the world and are becoming more common in the United States. Veterinarians should be integrating the clinical signs and diagnostics into their regular rotation of diagnoses, especially for dogs with a travel history.
DermatologyThis case report emphasizes the importance of an accurate diagnosis of canine eosinophilic folliculitis/furunculosis as well as early and adequate treatment to promote a satisfactory response.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareWhile previous studies report that hyperfibrinolysis is uncommon in dogs with pyometra, this case may represent an uncommon example in a Newfoundland.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareThis case report describes a snake bite that resulted in severe envenomation and extensive treatment, with discussion around the available antivenom products, specific care, and possible adverse reactions to treatment.
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