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Features

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs

JD Foster, VMD, DACVIM
Friendship Hospital for Animals, Washington, D.C.

Most UTIs are successfully treated with commonly used drugs, dosages, and administration intervals, but proper understanding of the location of the UTI is crucial in successful treatment of these challenging infections, especially when they involve the kidneys and/or prostate.

ISSUES IN GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

Treatment of Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs

Stuart A. Walton, BVSc, BScAgr, MANZCVS (SAIM), DACVIM
University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine

HEPATOLOGY

Neutrophilic Cholangitis in Cats: Are You Missing Out on an Easy Diagnosis?

Marnin Forman, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine


Clinical Insights

INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE

Manipulative Therapies for Hip and Back Hypomobility in Dogs

Alice Baker-Meuten, DVM, MS-TCVM, Certified AVCA, CVA, CCRT
Optimal Animal Health and Performance, Fort Collins, Colo.

Becoming personally certified or having a certified associate is the ideal way to add chiropractic/spinal manipulation services to a practice, as it gives practitioners a better understanding of the specific conditions that can best be helped by manipulative therapies.

MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Treating Periodontal Disease in General Practice

Brook A. Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC, DEVDC, FAVD, Veterinary Dental Specialties & Oral Surgery, San Diego, Calif.
Kymberley Stewart, DVM, Conundrum Consulting, Toronto, Ont.

FOCUS ON

Sarolaner Use in Dogs

Jenn J. Hergert, DVM
Claire L. Fellman, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

FINDING BALANCE

Mixed Emotions

Kate Boatright, VMD
NVA Butler Veterinary Associates and Emergency Center, Butler, Pa.


Essentials

NUTRITION NOTES

Nutritional Intervention for Canine Cognitive Dysfunction

Wailani Sung, MS, PhD, DVM, DACVB, San Francisco SPCA, San Francisco, Calif.
Gary Landsberg, DVM, DACVB, DECAWBM, CanCog Inc., Thornhill, Ont.

Many pet owners dismiss subtle behavioral changes in aging pets, which could be indicative of cognitive dysfunction syndrome. Veterinarians should learn to screen for CDS and know about the available treatments to alleviate the effects, including nutritional supplementation.

 HEARTWORM HOTLINE

A Selective Summary of the 2019 Triennial Heartworm Symposium

Marisa Ames, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine

FROM THE FIELD

Build Lasting Client Bonds That Make an Impact

Heidi M. Cooley, DVM
Banfield Pet Hospital, Vancouver, Wash.


Columns

EDITOR’S NOTE

Stamp Out Burnout

Simon R. Platt, BVM&S, FRCVS, DACVIM (Neurology), DECVN

Human-Animal Bond Certified Practice

INSIDE NAVC

Foster Meaningful Connections as a Human-Animal Bond Certified Practice

TODAY’S VETERINARY NEWS

What’s Next for Veterinarians?

Patricia Wuest, Editorial Director, NAVC

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