Barak Benaryeh, DVM, DABVP, is the owner of Spicewood Springs Animal Hospital. He graduated from University of California–Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 and completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine, Surgery, and Emergency at University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Benaryeh has also taught practical coursework to first-year veterinary students and was a primary veterinary surgeon for the Helping Hands Program, which trains assistance monkeys for quadriplegic people. Dr. Benaryeh is certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Canine and Feline Practice.
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The Case: Unwell Diabetic Cat After Boarding
A 12-year-old domestic short haired cat being treated for diabetes mellitus and for behavior issues presents emergently for lethargy, vomiting, and decreased appetite. What was the appropriate course of action for this case?
The Case: Splenic Mass(es)
An 8-year-old neutered male German shepherd was presented with a chief complaint of lethargy. He had been eating and drinking well and his owners had noticed no abnormalities, but he returned from an excursion outdoors and was unable to get comfortable. What was the appropriate course of action for this case?