Microbiome-Targeted Therapies: Probiotics and Fecal Microbiota Transplants

Identifying the type of dysbiosis a patient is experiencing will help indicate the best microbiome-targeted therapy to resolve the associated gastrointestinal symptoms and their cause.

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Peer-Reviewed Articles

Internal Medicine

Congenital Extrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt in a Yorkshire Terrier

A CPSS is the most common congenital hepatobiliary disorder in dogs and can manifest as either intrahepatic or extrahepatic, depending on breed.


Continuous Glucose Monitors for Diabetic Patients

It is important to provide clients with guidance on acceptable glucose levels, what to do if the glucose levels are above or below a certain set point, and how frequently the veterinarian will interpret the results and communicate with the client.


Dentigerous Cysts: An Overview

When a dentigerous cyst is diagnosed early, treatment by en bloc surgical removal is curative, and the prognosis is excellent.


Limiting the Zoonotic Risks of Internal Parasites

The 2 most common intestinal parasites of dogs and cats, roundworms and hookworms, cause a zoonotic risk to pet owners.


Exposing Medical Oncology Myths for the Veterinary Professional

Veterinary nurses are in the important position of educating clients on the realities of veterinary oncology care and empowering owners with the proper knowledge and resources that will provide their pet with the best quality of life possible.


Skin Scrapings for Identifying Parasites

Skin scraping and other sampling techniques for ectoparasites are simple diagnostics that should be performed with any patients presenting with skin disease.