Craig B. Webb

Craig B. Webb

PhD, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Clinical Sciences Department, Colorado State University (CSU), CO, USA

Craig Webb is currently Professor of Small Animal Medicine and Interim Hospital Director at CSU. Qualifying from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he did an Internship at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital and a Residency in Small Animal Medicine at CSU before gaining his PhD in Neuroscience at Hahnemann University, Philadelphia. His clinical expertise is centered around gastroenterology and endocrinology. Awarded the Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award in 2013, he was voted the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association Outstanding Faculty member in 2014.

Contribution

How I approach… The cat with cholangitis

How I approach… The cat with cholangitis

A jaundiced cat is not a diagnosis, but rather the starting point for the clinician to investigate the possible underlying causes. Professor Craig Webb explains his approach to such cases.

How I approach... The cat with chronic diarrhea

How I approach... The cat with chronic diarrhea

Clinicians will be all-too-familiar with the cat that has recurrent diarrhea; dealing with these patients can be frustrating for both the veterinarian and the owner, but Craig Webb offers his thoughts on how best to approach these cats with a case-based article that illustrates the key pointers for a successful outcome.

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