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July/August 2020

Addressing the Growing Problem of Overweight Pets

Pet owners may not see how overweight their pet is or be willing to address the problem. Banfield's 2020 VET Report assesses the problem of pet obesity.

Pet owners may not see how overweight their pet is or be willing to address the problem. Banfield’s 2020 VET Report assesses the problem of pet obesity.

Probiotics, Prebiotics, Synbiotics, and Intestinal Health of Dogs and Cats

Probiotics for dogs and cats have become more prevalent. But probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics have shown beneficial effects on some GI disorders in various clinical trials.

Probiotics for dogs and cats have become more popular with pet owners. Probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics have shown beneficial effects on some GI disorders in various clinical trials.

editors letter

In Good Faith

It is veterinarians' sole purpose to ensure the wellbeing of pets, but what if you suspect intentional abuse? All veterinarians should be protected.

It is veterinarians’ sole purpose to ensure the wellbeing of pets, but what if you suspect intentional abuse? Do you feel protected in reporting suspected animal abuse?

Table of Contents: July/August 2020

Want to view the full digital issue? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Treatment Plans for Routine and Refractory Canine Epilepsy Erin Y. Akin, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) Bush Veterinary Neurology Service, Woodstock, Ga. An effective epilepsy treatment plan for dogs should reduce seizure frequency, maximize quality of life, and minimize adverse drug effects. Here’s how to …

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