Toxicology The pathophysiology of zinc's adverse effects Nov 01, 2013 By Laura Grigsby, DVM, Emily Medici, DVM, DACVIM A key to diagnosing zinc toxicosis is understanding what adverse affects it can cause in the body. Sample script: Answering veterinary client questions about marijuana poisoning in pets VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Sep 19, 2013 By dvm360.com staff With decriminalization on the rise in the U.S., more cases of marijuana poisoning in pets are being reported. Prepare for conversations with veterinary clients with this sample script. Toxicology Brief: Naproxen toxicosis in dogs VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 01, 2013 By Camille DeClementi, VMD, DABT, DABVT, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center staff Dr. DeClementi provides guidance on recognizing and treating naproxen toxicosis in dogs. Commentary: Pot for pain may be hot new treatment DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 19, 2013 By dvm360.com staff My dog was wasting away. When all else failed, I had to try something new. Toxicology Brief: The toxicity of plastic explosives VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jun 01, 2013 By Irina Meadows, DVM, DABT, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center staff Reports of dogs ingesting C-4 have come from nine states and, as described here, from as far away as Kandahar, Afghanistan. E-book: Common toxicoses in dogs and cats (Sponsored by the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center) CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA: Jun 01, 2013 By dvm360.com staff From Easter lilies to ice melts, acetaminophen to ant and roach baits, a dog's or cat's world is full of potential toxins. Learn how to diagnose and treat the most common toxicoses in companion animals with this free Veterinary Medicine e-book. Are those packaging freshness packets really toxic to dogs? Pet Poison Helpline: May 31, 2013 By Catherine Angle, DVM, MPH, Pet Poison Helpline, Pet Poison Helpline staff Find out which freshness packets are toxic to dogs. Responding to accidental atomoxetine ingestion VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 01, 2013 By Adrienne Coleman, DVM, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center staff At fairly low dosages, atomoxetine—a drug in people to treat ADHD—can be toxic in dogs and cats. Have You Heard? Essential oil flea preventives: "Natural" does not equate to no worries (Script) VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 01, 2013 By dvm360.com staff Essential oils' newfound celebrity as flea preventives is bringing to light the differences in oversight of their efficacy and safety. Journal Scan: Anticoagulant rodenticide screening may help determine prognosis VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 22, 2013 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM This study looked at whether such a screening is worth it and what it means if the results are negative. Beneful blasted in blogosphere DVM360 MAGAZINE: Apr 01, 2013 By Julie Scheidegger Purina product is source of ire for many pet owners, but veterinary experts urge caution. Skunk spray toxicosis: An odiferous tale VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 01, 2013 By Charlotte Means, DVM, MLIS, DABVT, DABT, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center staff Skunk spray is toxic? Be prepared—your next patient may be skunked! Review common poisons for cats during National Poison Prevention Awareness Week DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 15, 2013 By dvm360.com staff CATalyst Council says items such as household plants and human food can be toxic. 8 substances that can result in toxicoses in certain species Pet Poison Helpline: Mar 12, 2013 By Adrienne C. Bautista, DVM, Ahna Brutlag, DVM, MS, DABT, DABVT, Pet Poison Helpline staff Some toxins are specific to cats, dogs, horses, and ruminants. We'll break down these eight for you in an easy-to-remember list. When and how to use activated charcoal VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 01, 2013 By Justine Lee, DVM; DACVECC; DABT; CEO, VETgirl, Sherry Welch, DVM, DABT, DABVT Learn when decontamination with activated charcoal will benefit your patients and how to best administer it. « First « Previous ... 2 3 4 5 6 ... 17 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!