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    Issue number 27.3 Published 12/12/2019

    Paroxysmal gluten-sensitive dyskinesia in Border Terriers

    Certain dog breeds are recognized as being prone to...

    By Mark Lowrie

    Issue number 29.3 Published 16/01/2020

    Diagnosis and treatment of canine chronic hepatitis

    Chronic hepatitis is a common disease in dogs but can often go undetected...

    By Cynthia RL Webster

    Issue number 28.3 Published 12/12/2018

    Dietary considerations for dogs with chronic enteropathies

    The various options now offered by specialist petfood companies for a dog with chronic gastrointestinal disease can be quite baffling...

    By Adam J. Rudinsky

    Issue number 29.1 Published 06/06/2019

    Tritrichomonas foetus in young cats

    Large intestinal diarrhea is a common complaint in young cats presenting to primary care veterinary practices...

    By Dan Thompson

    Issue number 27.1 Published 25/07/2019

    Feline esophagitis

    Inflammation of the feline esophagus is an underdiagnosed condition...

    By Toshihiro Watari

    Issue number 27.1 Published 05/09/2019

    How I approach... The cat with chronic diarrhea

    Clinicians will be all-too-familiar with the cat that has recurrent diarrhea...

    By Craig B. Webb

    Issue number 27.1 Published 11/07/2019

    Canine pancreatitis

    Pancreatitis in dogs is a common and debilitating disease that may be acute or chronic in nature...

    By Melinda A. Wood

    Issue number 29.3 Published 26/03/2020

    Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in dogs

    Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is a debilitating disease which is underdiagnosed in dogs...

    By María-Dolores Tabar Rodríguez