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    Feline Cardiomyopathy: A Review

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    Although a common disease, feline cardiomyopathy can be difficult to detect. In this lecture, explore the causes of myocardial dysfunction in feline patients and the common associated symptoms with Veterinary Cardiologist Caryn Re...

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    Administering Fluids to a Snake

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    DoveLewis Veterinarian Kelly Flaminio, DVM, reviews two methods for safely administering fluid therapy to a snake.

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    Diagnosis of Canine Hypothyroidism

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    Introduction Acquired primary hypothyroidism is the most common cause of naturally occurring thyroid failure in the adult dog, accounting for more than 95% of cases. This accounts for the majority of cases seen at DoveLewis. Th...

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    Heatstroke: A Review

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    Heatstroke is defined as an elevation in body temperature > 105.8°F and characterized by central nervous system dysfunction and organ derangements. Unlike a fever, the temperature set point remains normal, however the ability t...

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    Level Up with Technician Training Kits

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    We recently published the Level Two Technician Training Kits and are excited to share them with you! We released Level One at the end of 2020 and wanted to provide some additional information about the purpose of the kits, and how...

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    Elevated ALP in the Asymptomatic Adult Dog

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    A common abnormal finding on a chemistry panel in an asymptomatic adult dog is an elevated ALP. There are a number of conditions that could be responsible for this elevation. The first thing to investigate is medication history. S...

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    Improving Client Compliance: Distinguish Between Vomiting and Regurgitation at Home

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    When clients are unsure how to describe their pet's behavior, it can be helpful to ask clarifying questions. Learn from Technician Training Specialist Jessica Waters-Miller, CVT, about how you can help describe vomiting and regurg...

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    Corrugation v. Plication?

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    The gastrointestinal tract can be one of the most the challenging organs to image with ultrasound. Although small intestinal segments are typically easily visualized the challenge stems from the wide range of normal variation as w...

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    Anticoagulant Rodenticide Toxicity – Another Great Pretender

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    A five-year-old female spayed Australian shepherd presented with a 24-hour history of lethargy and increased respiratory rate and effort. The owners were unaware of any toxin exposure or trauma. On presentation, the dog had mild t...

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    Thinking Outside the Box: Sedated Removal of an Ingested Fishhook from a Dog’s Stomach

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    Eighties’ TV series secret agent Angus MacGyver could always get himself out of a fix and save the day with his Swiss Army Knife, everyday items, and a bit of creativity.  In the DoveLewis ER, pets often get themselves into p...

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    Chest Tube Placement

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    DoveLewis Criticalist Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, demonstrates the steps for placing a chest tube.

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    Case Review: Bilateral Middle Ear Effusion

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    DoveLewis specialist Sonja Zabel, DVM, MS, DACVD, reviews a case of a feline patient that presented with bilateral middle ear effusion.

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    Hypercalcemia: A Practical Diagnostic Approach in Dogs and Cats

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    Hypercalcemia in dogs and cats can be caused by many different disease processes. It is helpful to focus on the most common causes first and then move toward less common causes once these have been ruled out. There are few non-pat...

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    Cardiac Arrhythmias: How to Identify Atrial Fibrillation in Small Animal Patients

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    Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the most common arrhythmias seen in small animal patients. It can occur in patients with significant structural heart disease, such as cardiomyopathy or chronic valvular disease, or occur in heal...

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    Improving Client Compliance: Monitoring Feline Respiratory Rate and Distress at Home

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    DoveLewis Criticalist Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC walks through how to discuss respiratory rate and distress in feline patients with clients. atDove has an entire training plan of free videos dedicated to improving cli...

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    Intussusception in an Older Dog: Where’s the Cancer?

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    Patient A 9-year-old, neutered male, mixed-breed dog was referred to DoveLewis with progressive gastrointestinal signs. Initially seen at the primary care veterinarian two weeks earlier for lethargy, decreased appetite and weig...

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    Back to Basics: A Case for Problem-oriented Medical Records

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    Flash back to that lecture during the first year of vet school… Undoubtedly, most of us were in a state of sleep deprivation and caffeine-induced hysteria, surrounded by the lingering smells of anatomy lab. The lecture on problem-...

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    Improving Client Compliance: Monitoring for Feline Urethral Blocks at Home

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    Clients receive a lot of information during their pet's veterinary visit. That's why as a veterinary professionals, it's critical to provide clear instructions to owners either in-person, or over the phone. So whether you are...

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    Positive Contrast Urethrogram

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    DoveLewis Criticalist Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, reviews how to safely perform an urethrogram on a canine patient.

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    Like Water: Initial Fluid Resuscitation in the ER

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    This lecture presented by DoveLewis Veterinarian Josh Cruz, DVM, will briefly cover the history, classification, and use of various fluid therapies. Current controversies and adverse risks will be explored. Practical recommendatio...

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    The Use of Bacterial Cultures in Veterinary Medicine

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    Bacterial cultures are regularly used in the treatment of conditions such as pneumonia, sepsis, gall bladder disease, and complex wounds. When collected and evaluated properly, cultures can provide life-saving (and low cost) optio...

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    What's New in Veterinary Trauma Literature

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    Review updates in veterinary trauma literature with Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC. In this lecture we'll specifically discuss insights gained from the VetCOT Initiative and use of the Animal Trauma Triage Score. This talk...

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    Idiopathic Spontaneous Pneumothorax

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    This lecture covers diagnosis, treatment and outcome for patients with spontaneously occurring pneumothorax. DoveLewis Surgeon Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, will review imaging, preoperative stabilization, anesthetic techniques, surgi...

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    Obstipation: What to Do When Your Patient Cannot Poo!

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    Constipation is a common issue seen in small animals, especially cats, and is defined as difficulty with fecal evacuation. Obstipation is a subset of constipation where fecal material is unable to be evacuated, often resulting in...

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    Endotracheal Wash: Setting Up for Success

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    Airway sampling may seem like a daunting procedure to perform in a private practice setting. However, it can be an invaluable tool to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of certain airway diseases. The main methods for airway sa...

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    Case Review in Radiology

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    The Case An 11-year-old female spayed Australian shepherd presented to DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital with a several month history of left thoracic limb swelling and lameness. No response to antibiotic/anti-inflammatory me...

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    Hemostasis: A Review of Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Dogs

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    When a canine patient presents for bleeding, the cause isn’t always obvious. In this lecture presented by DoveLewis Internist Barbara Davis, DVM, DACVIM, we will review hemostasis and common inherited bleeding disorders in dogs. W...

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    Rabbit Gastrointestinal Syndrome: A Clinical Review

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    Gastrointestinal stasis is one of the most commonly treated conditions in rabbits, especially in the emergency setting. Often GI stasis is seen as a result of poor husbandry, however other underlying diseases, stress conditions or...

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    Avian Emergencies Part Two: Common Emergencies and Procedures

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    Just as with dogs and cats, there are many different types of emergency presentations that you might see during an avian veterinary visit. To learn about the avian physical exam and gaining a thorough history, check out Part One o...

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    Avian Emergencies Part One: Understanding the Basics of Bird Treatment

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    At DoveLewis, an astounding variety of species are walked, wheeled and carried through our doors on a daily basis. In addition to dogs and cats, we regularly treat a cornucopia of exotic pets and wildlife, including (but not limit...

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    Pain Management Case Review: Arthritic Canine

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    Kate Earl, DVM, CVA, reviews the benefits of acupuncture in a canine patient experiencing arthritis.

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    Pain Management Case Review: Vestibular Disease

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    Review a case with Katherine Earl, DVM, CVA, of a canine patient who presented with osteoarthritis and recently had an episode of idiopathic vestibular disease.

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    B.A.R. on the Floor: Expanding Your Window of Tolerance

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    In the second video of the B.A.R on the Floor series, Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee discusses recognizing ways to expand your window of tolerance. Download Additional Resources

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    Finding Resilience

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    DoveLewis Technician Training Specialist Jessica Waters-Miller, CVT, shares her expeirence with grief, and the journey to finding resilience.   I remember thinking a few months ago, when I was in the darkest times...

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    Managing Stressful Moments

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    Stressful moments happen every day in veterinary medicine. Learn from Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, about coping with these moments no matter where you are.

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    Be Here Now

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    There are many different reactions that we may be experiencing as our “new normal” continues to unfold during the COVID-19 pandemic. Feeling a little out of control is normal right now. It is an uncomfortable reality. Sometimes...

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    B.A.R. on the Floor: An Introduction to Trauma

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    In this first video of the B.A.R on the Floor series, Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee will discuss the impact of stress and how to develop a greater understanding of it's impact. Download Additional Resources...

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    An Introduction to B.A.R on the Floor

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    Over the past few months, our Technician Training team, along with Debrah Lee, our Veterinary Well-being Program Director, and Monica Maxwell, our Chief Administrative Officer, have been working on a new kind of veterinary educati...

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    Initial Evaluation and Stabilization of Fractures

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    Join Andrea Sundholm, DVM, DACVS-SA, as we discuss the evaluation and stabilization of fractures in veterinary patients. Our discussion will focus on the initial care of fractures including wound management and bandaging technique...

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    Chronic Pain in Cats and Dogs: An Integrated Approach

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    Integrative pain management speaks to an overall philosophy of caring for patients with complementary therapies, beyond just conventional pharmaceuticals. Learn from Staff Veterinarian Katherine Earl, DVM, CVA, about how to identi...

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    Facial Wound Reconstruction in a Chihuahua: A Pictorial Essay

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    A one-year-old male neutered Chihuahua, Jax, was playing in his yard on a warm summer evening (Figure 1). While sniffing through the slots in the fence, he was bitten by the neighbor's large breed dog, suffering a severe avulsion...

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    Kits for Keeps: Using Technician Training Kits for Ongoing Learning

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    We recently published the Level Two Technician Training Kits and are excited to share them with you! We hope this blog will provide some additional information about the purpose of the kits, and how to best utilize them...

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    Mass Removal in an Aged Patient

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    A 14-YEAR-OLD MALE DACHSHUND was presented to DoveLewis' ER for evaluation of a large mass over the right eye (figure 1). The mass was present as a small nodule for a year, but over the past 6 months, it started growing rapid...

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    An Ultrasound Pretender

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    Imaging artifacts during ultrasound can sometimes lead to misinterpretation of normal anatomy as pathology. An example of this is given below with some tips to avoid this confusion during abdominal ultrasounds.   Ileo-c...

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    Pericardial Effusion

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    In this one hour lecture presented by Veterinary Cardiologist Caryn Reynolds, DVM, DACVIM(cardiology) we will discuss common causes of pericardial effusion. We'll review cases seen at DoveLewis, and follow them from presenting sym...

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    Leptospirosis: A Review of Clinical Signs, Diagnostic Testing, Prevention and Treatment

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    In this lecture presented by Veterinary Internist Staci Goussev, we'll cover a thorough review of leptospirosis. Starting with a discussion of the etiology and epidemiology, we'll then focus on clinical presentation and confirmato...

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    Taking Care of You

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    Increased patient counts and wait times. Decreased staffing and patience. It’s likely every one of us in the veterinary industry has dealt with compounding stressors over the last year. In this lecture presented by Human Resources...

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    Use of Immunosuppressant Therapy in Dogs and Cats – Mechanism of Action and Literature Review

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    In this lecture presented by DoveLewis Criticalist Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, we will review the immune mediating mechanisms of the most commonly used immunomodulating drugs. We will also cover a thorough literature revie...

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    Through the Lens of Trauma: Experiences in Veterinary Medicine

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    This lecture, presented by Chief Medical Officer Shana O'Marra, DVM, DACVECC, and Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, will examine the concept of trauma in the veterinary world. Trauma is woven throughout many...

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    Self-Care Part Two: Steps to Create a Self-Care Plan

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    Learn from Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, about how to create a written self-care plan.   Sometimes practicing self-care can feel the least accessible when we need it the most. When we’re feeling stressed...

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