Articles by Robert A. Kennis, DVM, MS, DACVD - Veterinary Healthcare


Articles by Robert A. Kennis, DVM, MS, DACVD

Robert A. Kennis, DVM, MS, DACVD

Food allergy and intolerance: Clinical expression and dietary management (Sponsored by Nestle Purina)
September 1, 2011

Through this roundtable, we hope to provide practicing veterinarians with a better understanding of how to recognize food allergies and food intolerance in both cats and dogs, as well as how to help manage the condition through diet.

Feline otitis (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Feline otitis can be a challenging clinical problem. A commonly used clinical approach to treatment of canine otitis rarely yields satisfactory results when applied to cats.

Antiparasitic agents (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

We are fortunate to have a plethora of outstanding antiparasitic agents. In deciding upon which products to place on the shelf, several characteristics must be considered. The purpose of the presentation is to compare many of the available products, citing advantages and disadvantages.

Dermatophyte and deep fungal infections (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Dermatophyte fungal infection remains as one of the most over-diagnosed and under-diagnosed diseases in dogs and cats. The clinical presentation may be variable and can even resemble neoplasia.

Neoplastic skin disorders (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Some of the most common canine cutaneous tumors include: histiocytoma, mast cell tumor, and the adnexal tumors. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides) is a pruritic neoplasia of older dogs with a poor prognosis.

Feline alopecia (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

Feline alopecia is a common dermatologic presentation because of the overt clinical findings observed by the owner. Alopecia can broadly be categorized into traumatic induced, hair follicle/shaft damage, and hair cycle abnormalities.


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