Canine protein-losing enteropathies

Canine protein-losing enteropathies

Gastrointestinal tract

Author: Rance Sellon

There are a variety of disorders that can cause dogs to lose protein through their gastrointestinal tract. Overall, they are classified as “protein-losing enteropathies”, but there are a bewildering number of potential causes; Rance Sellon offers an overview of the condition, including a review of the signs, the diagnostic options and the potential treatments for the most common diseases.

Feline esophagitis

Feline esophagitis

Gastrointestinal tract

Author: Toshihiro Watari

Inflammation of the feline esophagus is an underdiagnosed condition, yet it can have potentially severe consequences; Toshihiro Watari discusses the predisposing factors, the clinical signs, the imaging modalities required for diagnosis, and the options available to both treat the disease and minimize its recurrence.

Canine pancreatitis

Canine pancreatitis

Gastrointestinal tract

Authors: Craig Datz, Melinda A. Wood

Pancreatitis in dogs is a common and debilitating disease that may be acute or chronic in nature; Craig Datz and Melinda Wood review various aspects of the condition, including the etiology, the preferred diagnostic tests, and the options for treatment.

Feline feeding toys

Feline feeding toys

Health management

Author: Ingrid Johnson

Many cats are subjected to their owner’s choice of feeding times and methods, which is a very artificial situation. Foraging toys can be used in almost any home environment and offer cats both mental and physical stimulation, as Ingrid Johnson describes.

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