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Rehab RX: Early Rehabilitation Modalities and Exercises

Debbie Gross Saunders, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, Diplomate ABPTS Physical rehabilitation of dogs is becoming more common in veterinary medicine. Rehabilitation tools may be employed on many levels for the canine client, starting with basic rehabilitation practices; then expanding based on the level of care the practice would like to offer. A multimodal approach should be …

Colloid Therapy for Critically Ill Patients

David Liss, BA, RVT, VTS (Emergency & Critical Care, Small Animal Internal Medicine) Options for fluid therapy in critically ill patients have become more varied as market growth has added several products in the veterinary field. Not only do several crystalloid products, such as Plasma-Lyte A pH 7.4 (abbottanimalhealth.com) and lactated Ringer’s, exist but there …

Feline Tooth Resorption

Brook A. Niemiec, DVM, FAVD, Diplomate AVDC This is the seventh article in the Practical Dentistry series, which is focused on teaching veterinary professionals how to provide high-quality dental care as well as communicate with clients in order to help them understand why this care is so important for their pets.The first six articles in the series …

Small Animal Carpus & Manus Radiography

This is the seventh article in our Imaging Essentials series, which is focused on providing comprehensive information on radiography of different anatomic areas of dogs and cats. The following articles are available at todaysveterinarypractice.com: Small Animal Thoracic Radiography (September/October 2011) Small Animal Abdominal Radiography (November/December 2011) Small Animal Pelvic Radiography (January/February 2012) Small Animal Radiography: Stifle Joint & Crus (March/April …

The Case of the Coughing Dog

Clarke Atkins, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Internal Medicine & Cardiology) The Heartworm Hotline column is cosponsored by Today’s Veterinary Practice and The American Heartworm Society (heartwormsociety.org). Each article presents a question or questions on a particular area related to heartworm infection, prevention, diagnostics, and/or treatment. A 9-year-old, male German short-haired pointer is presented for rapid breathing, …

Selecting Continuing Education for Your Practice Team

Sheila Grosdidier, RVT, PHR, and Monica Dixon Perry, CVPM With all the continuing education (CE) choices available, how does a veterinary practice get the most out of the time, energy, and money spent to receive this education? Veterinary team learning has evolved and the health care team needs targeted, meaningful training if they are to …

Canine Leptospirosis: A Perspective on Recent Trends

Leptospirosis should be recognized as a significant infectious disease in dogs, with variable incidence that is dependent on unpredictable short- and long-term weather patterns and influenced by anthropogenic factors that may affect exposure of dogs to wildlife vectors.

An Everyday Approach to Canine Degenerative Mitral Valve Disease

Developing a standardized approach to patients with DMVD can help the clinician concentrate on the most important diagnostic aspects of disease as well as provide useful information about monitoring and prognosis.

Developing a standardized approach to patients with DMVD can help the clinician concentrate on the most important diagnostic aspects of disease as well as provide useful information about monitoring and prognosis.

Feline Rhinitis and Upper Respiratory Disease

Feline Rhinitis and Upper Respiratory Disease   

Upper respiratory tract (URT) diseases are remarkably common in cats and can be both challenging in the acute state and frustrating in the chronic state.

Upper respiratory tract (URT) diseases are remarkably common in cats and can be both challenging in the acute state and frustrating in the chronic state. The objective of this review article is to discuss the approach to evaluating a cat with clinical signs attributable to the URT.

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