PET INSIGHTS: Laryngeal paralysis is a progressive, degenerative disease that causes the larynx to lose its function. The main purpose of the larynx, also known as the “voice box,” is twofold: to open while letting air in as well as close to keep food out of the trachea…
VETERINARY CASE STUDY: A severely emaciated lost dog with unexplained hypoglycemia, vague GI signs, significant dehydration and normal resting cortisol that was finally diagnosed as true Addisonian on stimulation test.
PET INSIGHTS: The holidays can be great fun for both you and your pet, but holiday hazards can cause illness or injury and ruin the festivities for everyone – especially your pet. Many occur more commonly from late October through the new year, so we’ve assembled a list for you to keep handy throughout your holiday festivities.
VETERINARY CASE STUDY: Visceral lymphoma presents typically for the liver as a diffuse enlargement of the liver without nodularity. A nodular presentation is uncommon. Dr. Rivers takes a closer look at this condition.
VETERINARY CASE STUDY: Using manual therapy, low-level laser, behavior modification, home exercises and hydrotherapy in underwater treadmill, Dr. Gebhard helps a patient to recover quickly, lose weight and return to full activity level with no visible lameness.
VET TECH: The computer revolution that shrank a room full of mainframe computers onto a chip the size of your thumbnail has radically changed veterinary technology. And when it comes to pet health and wellness, nothing will ever be the same.