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Articles by Michael Dryden, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVM

Michael Dryden, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVM

Spotlight on research: How residual speed of kill affects flea control in dogs and cats (Sponsored by Merck Animal Health)
June 24, 2014

Parasitologist Dr. Michael W. Dryden addresses the distinction between initial speed of kill and residual speed of kill of flea adulticides; he explains the latter's importance in successful flea control in the household.

Pillars of prevention: Getting to "yes" for parasite control—a roundtable discussion (Sponsored by Merial)
December 1, 2013

During a recent roundtable discussion, leading experts in the fields of veterinary parasitology, dermatology, behavior, and client communication gathered to discuss parasite control opportunities in clinical practice.

Fleas: Fables, facts, and proven solutions (Sponsored by Merial)
January 1, 2009

Recently, veterinary parasitologist and flea expert, Dr. Michael Dryden, met with a veterinary dermatologist and two progressive practitioners to discuss the concerns and misconceptions that clients, staff, and veterinarians have about flea control—and to come up with clear solutions for the perplexing problems surrounding this issue.

The veterinary technician's role: Dermatology & parasitoloy (Sponsored by Lilly)
March 1, 2008

Flea allergy dermatitis is the most common dermatologic disease of dogs. As a veterinary technician, you need to understand why managing flea bites is so improtant for allergic dogs—so you can relate this important information to clients.


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