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Staying Curious: Challenges in Treating Signs of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease with Dr. Scherk

Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP (Feline Medicine), catsINK

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In this episode, host Katie Berlin, DVM, is joined by feline specialist and all-around cat fan Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP, to talk about challenges in diagnosing and managing lower urinary tract signs in cats. Dr. Margie looks at disease, behavior, and veterinary visits from a feline point of view and uses that understanding to discuss how we can overcome some of the tougher aspects of treating and managing cats with lower urinary tract disease. In this conversation, you’ll learn how owners can monitor for hematuria at home, when an agitated bladder is a good thing, and why cats who urinate outside the box are being especially brave.

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