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Helping Pruritic Patients Get the Most Out of Food Elimination Trials with Dr. Bourgeois

Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, DACVD, Animal Dermatology Clinic, Portland, Oregon



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Are you utilizing the food elimination trial as a diagnostic test to its full potential? In this episode of the Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, DACVD, talks with host Beth Molleson, DVM, about why food elimination trials are so important in managing the pruritic patient. But never fear–she simplifies the steps, addresses owner communication issues, and breaks down the barriers to a successful FET.


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