Providing high-quality yet affordable patient care is a goal for veterinarians, especially with today's economy. Generic drugs are an attractive option with attributes of both affordability and quality.
With a vomiting dog, it is critical to distinguish between pancreatitis and nonspecific gastroenteritis. This is because the standard-of-care treatment of pancreatitis is no longer identical to treatment of nonspecific gastroenteritis. Accurate diagnosis will guide you to the best treatment plan for your patient.
Although practitioners are growing more adept at diagnosing atopic dermatitis, the real challenge comes with providing immediate relief of patients' clinical signs while addressing their underlying allergic disease.
"My pet is itchy"--it's the most common reason clients visit a veterinary clinic. 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 important for allergic dogs--so you can relate this important information to clients.