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Articles by Joni L. Freshman, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Joni L. Freshman, DVM, MS, DACVIM


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Evaluating fading puppies and kittens
November 1, 2005

Time is of the essence when working with a fading puppy or kitten. A systematic evaluation consisting of a history, physical examination of the litter and the dam, and specific diagnostic tests will help you narrow the list of possible causes quickly, so you can initiate treatment.

Initially treating fading puppies and kittens
November 1, 2005

Timely treatment of ill neonates will provide the best chances of survival. Although time-consuming, intensive care of these puppies and kittens, which requires serial monitoring, can be extremely rewarding.

Causes of fading puppy and kitten syndrome
November 1, 2005

Chances are that you have been presented with puppies or kittens that have failed to thrive, some of which have eventually died.

Symposium on fading puppy and kitten syndrome: Introduction
November 1, 2005

My goal for this symposium is to provide resources and encouragement for practicing veterinarians to confidently examine, perform appropriate diagnostic testing in, and treat these tiny patients.

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