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AGGRESSION
Understanding and treating canine dominance aggression: An overview; November, pp 976-979.

Using avoidance and passive behavior modification to treat canine dominance aggression; November, pp 981-987.

Using active behavior modification to treat dominance aggression in dogs; December,
pp 1044-1048.

The role of pharmacotherapy in treating dogs with dominance aggression; December,
pp 1049-1055.

ALPACAS
A review of diagnostic procedures in llamas and alpacas; July, pp 654-659.

ANALGESIA
Is post-operative pain management important in dogs and cats? March, pp 254-257.

Minimizing postoperative discomfort in dogs and cats; March, pp 259-266.

Is butorphanol analgesic in dogs and cats? April, pp 346-350.

New options for managing chronic pain; April, pp 352-356.

Pain management: Ensuring a fair profit from a valuable service; April, pp 358-361.

ANESTHESIA
Frequency of hypoventilation during general anesthesia for routine elective surgery; March, pp 247-250.

ANTICONVULSANTS
Treating status epilepticus; September, pp 814-823.

AVIAN SPECIES
Enterococcus species-associated temporomandibular arthritis in cockatiels; October, pp 907-910.

BEHAVIOR
Counseling pet owners on puppy socialization and establishing leadership; February, pp 149-156.

How to stop chewing problems in puppies; February, pp 157-163.

A practitioner’s guide to housebreaking puppies; February, pp 165-168.

Identification and medical management of cognitive dysfunction syndrome and other geriatric behavior problems; February, pp 3-19 (CE Advisor).

Managing separation anxiety in a dog; August, pp 704-716.

Understanding and treating canine dominance aggression: An overview; November, pp 976-979.

Using avoidance and passive behavior modification to treat canine dominance aggression; November, pp 981-987.

Using active behavior modification to treat dominance aggression in dogs; December, pp 1044-1048.

The role of pharmacotherapy in treating dogs with dominance aggression; December, pp 1049-1055.

BEHAVIOR Q&A
Treating destructive digging behavior; February, p 128.

Multiple causes of behavioral changes; April, pp 327-330.

Intercat aggression: Why can’t they all just get along?; August, pp 688-693.

Allow behavioral drugs ample time to take effect; October, pp 858-859.

BLEEDING DISORDERS
Clinical approach to the bleeding dog or cat; May, pp 450-459.

Managing thrombocytopenia in dogs and cats; May, pp 460-464.

Clinical approach to a dog with anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning; May, pp 466-470.

Managing immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs; June, pp 532-546.

Disseminated intravascular coagulation in dogs and cats; June, pp 547-553.

Hereditary bleeding disorders in dogs and cats; June, pp 555-564.

BOVINE SPECIES
Practical and humane methods for bovine euthanasia; January, pp 92-93.

Using records to evaluate udder health: Analysis of somatic cell counts and linear scores; February, pp 183-189.

Using records to evaluate udder health: Bulk tank analysis; February, pp 190-193.

Analyzing reproductive records to improve dairy herd production; March, pp 269-276.

Cytology in bovine practice: Solid tissue, pleural fluid, and peritoneal fluid specimens; March, pp 277-289.

Cytology in bovine practice: Synovial fluid, CSF, tracheal washes, and bronchioalveolar lavage specimens; April, pp 367-374.

Managing vaginal and cervical prolapses in cows; April, pp 375-389.

Using drug residue screening tests to investigate antibiotic contamination of milk; May, pp 474-479.

Evaluating information obtained from pregnancy examinations in beef herds; June, pp 566-576.

BUTORPHANOL
Is butorphanol analgesic in dogs and cats? April, pp 346-350.

CANINE SPECIES
Endoscopy case of the month: Retrieving multiple gastric foreign bodies in a dog; January, pp 26-41.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? February, pp 129-142.

Counseling pet owners on puppy socialization and establishing leadership; February, pp 149-156.

How to stop chewing problems in puppies; February, pp 157-163.

A practitioner’s guide to housebreaking puppies; February, pp 165-168.

Is postoperative pain management important in dogs and cats? March, pp 254-257.

Minimizing postoperative discomfort in dogs and cats; March, pp 259-266.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 332-340.

Is butorphanol analgesic in dogs and cats? April, pp 346-350.

New options for managing chronic pain in small animals; April, pp 352-356.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 438-446.

Clinical approach to the bleeding dog or cat; May, pp 450-459.

Managing thrombocytopenia in dogs and cats; May, pp 460-464.

Clinical approach to a dog with anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning; May, pp 466-470.

Managing immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs; June, pp 532-546.

Disseminated intravascular coagulation in dogs and cats; June, pp 547-553.

Hereditary bleeding disorders in dogs and cats; June, pp 555-564.

Malassezia dermatitis in dogs; July, pp 613-622.

Managing separation anxiety in a dog; August, pp 704-716.

Canine paragonimosis; September, pp 783-792.

Recognizing and treating discoid lupus erythematosus and pemphigus foliaceus in dogs; November, pp 955-966.

Understanding and treating canine dominance aggression: An overview; November, pp 976-979.

Using avoidance and passive behavior modification to treat canine dominance aggression; November, pp 981-987.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 1023-1032.

A novel technique for stabilizing vertebral fractures and luxations in dogs; December, pp 1033-1042.

Using active behavior modification to treat dominance aggression in dogs; December, pp 1044-1048.

The role of pharmacotherapy in treating dogs with dominance aggression; December, pp 1049-1055.

CAPRINE SPECIES
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 83-90.

CHEWING
How to stop chewing problems in puppies; February, pp 157-163.

CHOLANGIOHEPATITIS
Using enrofloxacin to treat septic cholangiohepatitis in horses; September, pp 825-828.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
How to housebreak your new puppy; February, p 169.

Preventing further urinary tract problems in your cat; July, pp 631-632.

10 situations to avoid if your dog is dominantly aggressive; November, p 983.

Teaching your aggressive dog deferential behavior; November, pp 984-985.

Desensitizing dominantly aggressive dogs; December, pp 1045-1046.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Multifocal tubulonephrosis of hypercalcemia; January, p 18.

Idiopathic cardiomyopathy, passive congestion, and intimal mineralization; February, p 117.

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia and valvular edema; March, p 221.

Canine panosteitis; April, p 317.

The radiographic appearance of linear foreign bodies in cats; May, pp 417-422.

Unilateral renal hypoplasia; July, p 601.

Pulmonary thrombosis and glomerular amyloidosis in a dog; August, pp 686-687.

The problem with lost needles; September, pp 776-778.

Fine-needle aspiration in a cat with generalized lung disease; November, pp 950-952.

CLINICAL Q&A
Dysregulation in diabetic cats: Part 2; March, pp 225-228.

Dysregulation in diabetic cats: Part 3; May, pp 431-432.

Dysregulation in diabetic cats: A summary; June, pp 513-516.

Treating hypoglycemia in a diabetic cat; November, pp 942-944.

Loss of balance in a cat; December, p 1014.

COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION SYNDROME
Identification and medical management of cognitive dysfunction syndrome and other geriatric behavior problems; February, pp 3-19 (CE Advisor).

COMPANION-ANIMAL RESEARCH UPDATE
A new direct-to-site treatment for periodontitis in dogs; January, p 42.

Is propofol safe for inducing anesthesia? June, pp 42-43.

CYSTITIS
Treating refractory idiopathic lower urinary tract disease in cats; July, pp 633-641.

CYTOLOGY
Cytology in bovine practice: Solid tissue, pleural fluid, and peritoneal fluid specimens; March, pp 277-289.

Cytology in bovine practice: Synovial fluid, CSF, tracheal washes, and bronchioalveolar lavage specimens; April, pp 367-374.

DENTAL CORNER
Treating a carious molar in a dog; September, pp 779-782.

Using bioactive glass particles to repair palatal infrabony pockets; November, pp 953-954.

DERMATOLOGY
Malassezia dermatitis in dogs; July, pp 613-622.

Recognizing and treating discoid lupus erythematosus and pemphigus foliaceus in dogs; November, pp 955-966.

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
A bulldog with worsening dermatitis; September, pp 770-771.

A Shetland sheepdog with crusty, deformed toenails; October, pp 860-864.

A bulldog with focal alopecia; November, pp 946-949.

A Belgian Tervuren with cellulitis; December, pp 1019-1022.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Cytology in bovine practice: Solid tissue, pleural fluid, and peritoneal fluid specimens; March, pp 277-289.

Cytology in bovine practice: Synovial fluid, CSF, tracheal washes, and bronchioalveolar lavage specimens; April, pp 367-374.

Malassezia dermatitis in dogs; July, pp 613-622.

A review of diagnostic procedures in llamas and alpacas; July, pp 654-659.

Selecting the best specimens for diagnosing disease; November, pp 968-973.

DISCOSPONDYLITIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 83-90.

DRUG RESIDUE SCREENING
Using drug residue screening tests to investigate antibiotic contamination of milk; May, pp 474-479.

ENDOCARDITIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 83-90.

ENDOSCOPY
Endoscopy case of the month: Retrieving multiple gastric foreign bodies in a dog; January, pp 26-41.

ENROFLOXACIN
Using enrofloxacin to treat septic cholangiohepatitis in horses; September, pp 825-828.

EQUINE SPECIES
An update on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in horses; February, pp 171-181.

Diagnosis and treatment of clostridial colitis in a mare; April, pp 363-366.

Managing equine mastitis; July, pp 645-652.

Using enrofloxacin to treat septic cholangiohepatitis in horses; September, pp 825-828.

EUTHANASIA
Practical and humane methods for bovine euthanasia; January, pp 92-93.

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
An inappetent ferret with recurring melena; March, pp 233-234.

Bloody tears in a rat; April, pp 325-326.

A mouse with skin problems; May, pp 434-435.

A lethargic ferret with hypersalivation; June, p 517.

A spayed ferret with alopecia and an abnormal physical characteristic; July, pp 611-612.

A hedgehog with flaky skin; October; p 865.

Ovariohysterectomies in rabbits; December, p 1018.

EXOTIC SPECIES
Husbandry and medical management of African hedgehogs; October, pp 877-890.

A guide to medicine and surgery in sugar gliders; October, pp 891-905.

Enterococcus species-associated temporomandibular arthritis in cockatiels; October, pp 907-910.

FELINE SPECIES
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 239-246.

Is postoperative pain management important in dogs and cats? March, pp 254-257.

Minimizing postoperative discomfort in dogs and cats; March, pp 259-266.

Is butorphanol analgesic in dogs and cats? April, pp 346-350.

New options for managing chronic pain in small animals; April, pp 352-356.

Clinical approach to the bleeding dog or cat; May, pp 450-459.

Managing thrombocytopenia in dogs and cats; May, pp 460-464.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 520-527.

Disseminated intravascular coagulation in dogs and cats; June, pp 547-553.

Hereditary bleeding disorders in dogs and cats; June, pp 555-564.

Diet therapy in cats with lower urinary tract disorders; July, pp 626-630.

Treating refractory idiopathic lower urinary tract disease in cats; July, pp 633-641.

Another perspective on the vaccination controversy: Proposed changes in the standard feline vaccination protocol; August, pp 727-735.

FOOD SAFETY
Using drug residue screening tests to investigate antibiotic contamination of milk; May, pp 474-479.

FRACTURES
Using interlocking nail fixation to repair fractures in small animals; January, pp 46-52.

Principles of external skeletal fixation; January, pp 53-62.

Repairing fractures with bone plate and screw fixation; January, pp 64-73.

Case studies in fracture fixation; January, pp 74-80.

A novel technique for stabilizing vertebral fractures and luxations in dogs; December, pp 1033-1042.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Endoscopy case of the month: Retrieving multiple gastric foreign bodies in a dog; January, pp 26-41.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 239-246.

Diagnosis and treatment of clostridial colitis in a mare; April, pp 363-366.

Giardiasis in dogs and cats; September, pp 793-802.

GERIATRICS
Identification and medical management of cognitive dysfunction syndrome and other geriatric behavior problems; February, pp 3-19 (CE Advisor).

GIARDIASIS
Giardiasis in dogs and cats; September, pp 793-802.

HEDGEHOGS
Husbandry and medical management of African hedgehogs; October, pp 877-890.

HEPATOZOONOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 438-446.

HISTOPLASMOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 520-527.

HOUSEBREAKING
A practitioner’s guide to housebreaking puppies; February, pp 165-168.

HYPOGLYCEMIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? February, pp 129-142.

IMMUNE SYSTEM
Managing immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs; June, pp 532-546.

Recognizing and treating discoid lupus erythematosus and pemphigus foliaceus in dogs; November, pp 955-966.

INJECTION-SITE REACTION
Another perspective on the vaccination controversy: Proposed changes in the standard feline vaccination protocol; August, pp 727-735.

KIDD STUFF
Fee estimating made easy—way too easy; February, p 198.

The Donkey Dung Enlightenment; April, p 398.

Healing with nature; June, p 582.

The Commonsense Connection; August, p 750.

LAMENESS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 438-446.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 520-527.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 1023-1032.

LETTERS
Is cribbing an inherited trait? (Ludwig, C.C.); response: (Simpson, B.S.); January, pp 16-17.

The declawing debate continues (Keyes, M.L.) (Piermattei, D.L.) (Holt, D.); response: (Miller, R.M.); March, pp 216-217.

Bovine euthanasia: Missing the target (Helvoigt, D.); response: (Gardner, D.L.); March, pp 217-218.

An incomplete equipment list (Beeley, R.); response: (McLaughlin, R.M.); March, pp 218-219.

Two books offer useful advice on behavior problems (Stack, S.); April, p 316.

Rumors concerning cleaning product are unfounded (Hansen, S.R.); May, p 416.

In search of Jewish veterinarians from Germany (Schäffer, J.); July, p 600.

Another viewpoint on the vaccination controversy (Jatnieks, T); response: (Norsworthy, G.D.); November, pp 934-937.

LLAMAS
A review of diagnostic procedures in llamas and alpacas; July, pp 654-659.

LOWER URINARY TRACT DISEASE
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 332-340.

Diet therapy in cats with lower urinary tract disorders; July, pp 626-630.

Treating refractory idiopathic lower urinary tract disease in cats; July, pp 633-641.

MANNITOL
Using mannitol to treat traumatic brain injuries; August, pp 717-725.

MASTITIS
Using records to evaluate udder health: Analysis of somatic cell counts and linear scores; February, pp 183-189.

Using records to evaluate udder health: Bulk tank analysis; February, pp 190-193.

Managing equine mastitis; July, pp 645-652.

MIND OVER MILLER
The real cause of air pollution; January, p 98.

Lessons from the Great Depression; March, p 298.

Seminar in the Sun; May, p 490.

A taste of my own medicine; July, p 666.

Of the Land; September, p 834.

Here comes the judge; October, p 918.

Television: What have we wrought? November, p 994.

An untapped gold mine; December, p 1070.

NEOPLASIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? February, pp 129-142.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 239-246.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 1023-1032.

NEUROLOGIC DISEASE
Using mannitol to treat traumatic brain injuries; August, pp 717-725.

Status epilepticus: Pathophysiology, causes, and complications; September, pp 806-813.

Treating status epilepticus; September, pp 814-823.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Using interlocking nail fixation to repair fractures in small animals; January, pp 46-52.

Principles of external skeletal fixation; January, pp 53-62.

Repairing fractures with bone plate and screw fixation; January, pp 64-73.

Case studies in fracture fixation; January, pp 74-80.

A novel technique for stabilizing vertebral fractures and luxations in dogs; December, pp 1033-1042.

PARAGONIMOSIS
Canine paragonimosis; September, pp 783-792.

PORCINE SPECIES
Efficacy of an autogenous vaccine for preventing streptococcosis in piglets; May, pp 480-484.

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
Pain management: Ensuring a fair profit from a valuable service; April, pp 358-361.

Another perspective on the vaccination controversy: Redefining the annual visit; August, pp 736-742.

PRODUCTION MEDICINE
Using records to evaluate udder health: Analysis of somatic cell counts and linear scores; February, pp 183-189.

Using records to evaluate udder health: Bulk tank analysis; February, pp 190-193.

Evaluating information obtained from pregnancy examinations in beef herds; June, pp 566-576.

RENAL ABSCESSATION
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 332-340.

REPRODUCTION
Analyzing reproductive records to improve dairy herd production; March, pp 269-276.

Managing vaginal and cervical prolapses in cows; April, pp 367-374.

Evaluating information obtained from pregnancy examinations in beef herds; June, pp 566-576.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
An update on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in horses; February, pp 171-181.

Canine paragonimosis; September, pp 783-792.

SEIZURES
Status epilepticus: Pathophysiology, causes, and complications; September, pp 806-813.

Treating status epilepticus; September, pp 814-823.

SEPARATION ANXIETY
Managing separation anxiety in a dog; August, pp 704-716.

SEROLOGY
Selecting the best specimens for diagnosing disease; November, pp 968-973.

SOCIALIZATION
Counseling pet owners on puppy socialization and establishing leadership; February, pp 149-156.

STREPTOCOCCOSIS
Efficacy of an autogenous vaccine for preventing streptococcosis in piglets; May, pp 480-484.

SUGAR GLIDERS
A guide to medicine and surgery in sugar gliders; October, pp 891-905.

SYNAPTIC TEASERS
Synaptic Teasers; February, pp 122-124.

Synaptic Teasers; July, pp 607-610.

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
Easter lily toxicosis in cats; April, p 331.

Ma huang: All natural but not always innocuous; June, pp 511-512.

Glow jewelry (dibutyl phthalate) ingestion in cats; August, pp 703.

Cantharidin toxicosis; October, pp 850-854.

Potpourri hazards in cats; December, pp 1010-1012.

TOXICOSIS
Clinical approach to a dog with anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning; May, pp 466-470.

Selecting the best specimens for diagnosing disease; November, pp 968-973.

TRAUMA
Using mannitol to treat traumatic brain injuries; August, pp 717-725.

UROLITHIASIS
Diet therapy in cats with lower urinary tract disorders; July, pp 626-630.

VACCINATION
Efficacy of an autogenous vaccine for preventing streptococcosis in piglets; May, pp 480-484.

Another perspective on the vaccination controversy: Proposed changes in the standard feline vaccination protocol; August, pp 727-735.

Another perspective on the vaccination controversy: Redefining the annual visit; August, pp 736-742.

VAGINAL PROLAPSE
Managing vaginal and cervical prolapses in cows; April, pp 375-389.

ZOONOTIC DISEASE
Giardiasis in dogs and cats; September, pp 793-802.

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