- Determine the causes of panting with a step-by-step diagnostic tree
- Discover tips for diagnosing and treating claw and claw bed diseases
- Follow a step-by-step guide for obtaining diagnostic samples for skin cytology
After 2 days of travel, our team has arrived in Malawi! See photographs and read more about their journey.
Brief Media has gathered a team of volunteers to participate in the Mission Rabies vaccine drive in Malawi, Africa. Find out more!
View this video to watch 3 step-by-step radiowave surgery procedures.
With 20 doctors, this clinic offers basic and specialty services—including ophthalmology, oncology, and dentistry—for dogs, cats, and exotic species.
This step-by-step exploration of performing a temporary tracheostomy and placing/maintaining the tube offers tips and complication insights.
This step-by-step outlines 4 ways to obtain diagnostic samples for skin cytology, with expert tips and needed supplies.
How can you promote collagen synthesis and a water-tight seal after gastrointestinal surgery? Here are 9 specific tips.
Radiography is key to diagnosing an obstructive gastrointestinal foreign body but interpreting the findings can be difficult. Use these tips to improve detection.
In this second of a 2-part discussion, panel members explore how to determine the underlying cause(s) of otitis externa, which is often atopy. They also share insights on effective treatment strategies.
Explore the common causes of cobalamin deficiency in dogs and cats, as well as options for cobalamin supplementation.
Is it pain, anxiety, or another problem that explains panting? Use this diagnostic tree to help sort it out.
Causes and treatment of claw and claw-bed diseases are far-rangingfrom systemic to localso prognosis can vary from excellent to poor.
This cardiologist guides you through calculating a vertebral heart scale, its uses, and interpreting findings.
What is relative supersaturation testing and how important is it in nutritional management of urolithiasis in cats and dogs?
The cause of incoordination and head tilt in this patient was pinpointed by indirect fluorescent antibody testing of both serum and cerebrospinal fluid.