Canine Parovirus Part 2

Canine Parovirus Part 2

Kenneth Palladino Jr., DVM This article is the second part of “What’s the Scoop with that Poop? – Canine Parvovirus.” Last month, the history of the discovery and evolution of Canine Parvovirus as well as its epidemiology were presented....
Canine Parovirus Part 1

Canine Parovirus Part 1

Kenneth Palladino Jr., DVM Canine Parvovirus has been cited as the most common cause of infectious enteritis in dogs worldwide. Other causes of viral enteritis in dogs include canine distemper virus, canine enteric coronavirus, rotaviruses, astroviruses, adenoviruses,...
Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis

Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis

William B. Henry, Jr. DVM, DACVS Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis (aka Lumbosacral Disease, Cauda Equina Disease, L7-S1 Instability) is the most commonly missed cause of hind leg pain and/or lameness/weakness in the middle to older aged dog. Signalment: This disease...
Canine and Feline Coagulopathies

Canine and Feline Coagulopathies

Michelle Fulks, DVM, Virginia Sinnott, DVM, DACVECC William B. Henry, Jr. DVM, DACVS Bleeding disorders are considered a potential life-threatening emergency in small animal practice. It is crucial to recognize the potential for a coagulation disorder through history...