Feline medicine Feline ancestry: Understanding the wild child VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 04, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Hear about the wild origins of domestic cats and how ancient instincts come into play in your veterinary clients' households. Feline posture: A visual dictionary VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 04, 2015 By Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (feline practice) In this interactive article, Dr. Elizabeth Colleran shares the subtle body language of frightened felines that you and your veterinary team should take note of. The state of feline pain control (and how it compares with canine) DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2015 By dvm360.com staff This exclusive research from dvm360 shows that when pain management is optional, dogs are more likely to get it than cats. Journal Scan: Ovarian pedicle tie technique put to the test VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 23, 2015 By Avi Blake, DVM Will this alternative ovariohysterectomy technique hold up while saving valuable time in a high-volume setting? Happy cats, harmonious home: Environmental enrichment pointers VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 01, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Pass these tips on to your clients, and enhance the well-being of your feline patients. You CAN change a cat's diet VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 30, 2015 By Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM A little trick plus lots of patience equals success. Getting the fat off Skinny VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 26, 2015 By Mindy Valcarcel, Editor, Medicine Channel Director How a 41-pound feline shrunk to 19 pounds—and how his success can help your overweight patients. Toxoplasma not cat-astrophic, says Washington State researcher DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2015 By dvm360.com staff One investigator attempts to rein in the fearmongering about cats and toxoplasmosis. Lecture Link: Diagnosing and treating urinary tract infection in cats VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 10, 2015 By David Kovalik, DVM Practical tips for working up and treating cats with urinary signs. A pungent poisoning: Onion toxicosis in a cat ASPCA APCC: Aug 01, 2015 By Erin Freed, CVT, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center staff Cats are more sensitive to the toxic properties of onions than other species are. Find out what you should do if an exposed cat is presented to your clinic. Journal Scan: High-frequency sounds can lead to seizures in some older cats VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 29, 2015 By Avi Blake, DVM Crinkling paper. Clinking glasses. Even deaf cats with a newly defined epileptic syndrome can suffer neurologic effects when exposed to sounds such as these. Cat care game-changer: The feline care toolkit dvm360.com: Jul 29, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Change the way you and your team understand feline medicine, change your life. Well, more like finally start seeing more cats. Use these tools to find your way (with and educational grant provided by Zoetis). Cat climbers create paws-itive cat visits FIRSTLINE: Jul 20, 2015 By dvm360.com staff This practice found the purr-fect cat climber for their feline patients. No kitten around. Fur real. Just Ask the Expert: How many kittens should be adopted at one time? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jun 18, 2015 By John Ciribassi, DVM, DACVB Veterinary behaviorist Dr. John Ciribassi says it depends on what the pet owner wants out of the relationship. Hypothyroidism in cats—how is it diagnosed and treated? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jun 16, 2015 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM More cats may be affected by this disease than you think, and even cats with subclinical or mild forms may benefit from thyroid replacement therapy. « First « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... 63 Next » Last » Hot topics on dvm360Pet Owner 2.0: A dvm360 Leadership Challenge Veterinary issues in 2016: Will this be the year of telemedicine? Top 8 nastiest things to clean at a veterinary practice The 12 days of veterinary client handouts Need a urine sample? Urine luck!