Although the prevalence of GI parasites varies with location; these 5 are most likely to be encountered in practice—with one notable outlier.
This self-quiz reviews the diagnosis and treatment of 4 common ectoparasite infestations.
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Whether to treat dogs that are seropositive for rickettsial disease yet subclinical is controversial, and the benefits, disadvantages, and exceptions are diverse.
A Matter of Opinion: Should We Treat Asymptomatic, Nonproteinuric Lyme-Seropositive Dogs with Antibiotics?
Should you treat asymptomatic, nonproteinuric Lyme-seropositive dogs with antibiotics? Two experts share their opinion.
Cryptococcosis, caused by dimorphic, basidiomycetous fungi, has diverse diagnostic and treatment options.
Cryptococcus neoformans is an environmental yeast found worldwide. It can cause local or systemic mycotic infections in animals and humans
Multiple diagnostics and serial evaluations may be warranted to promptly diagnose prostatic diseases as treatment type and urgency varies with the cause.
A 2-year-old castrated German shepherd dog was referred for possible cryptorchidism. Surgery was elected; what made this a viable option?
Should pediatric patients that require critical care be treated differently than adult dogs and cats?
An apparently healthy puppy was presented with mucoid vulvar discharge. What’s your diagnosis?