Work through this interactive case to help Olivia, a 2-year-old terrier mix, get over her urinary troubles.
When you have a patient with a hepatic vascular abnormality, how do you confirm it?
A simple way to help distinguish between congenital vs. acquired shunts would help all practitioners.
Dr. Gregory Grauer weighs in on whether NSAIDs can be used in dogs with liver or kidney disease.
In this interactive case, investigate why Misou has lost her appetite.
The outcome in this dog was not good, illustrating the necessity of identifying this disorder early.
Find out from Drs. Pete VanVranken and Richard Ford in our Specialist in the Spotlight video series.
Deciding what to do when one only one enzyme activity is elevated.
Patients with liver disease may be at risk of this poisoning—so be sure to check.