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Articles by Johnny D. Hoskins, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

New strategies, technologies are helping the overpopulation war

Jul 1, 2005

Last month, Dr. Brenda Griffin gave a lecture on small animal spay/neuter programs at the 2005 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Baltimore. Some relevant points in this lecture are provided in this column.

Desensitization, counter-conditioning can help curb excessive barking

Jun 1, 2005

Waiting until the dog is settled and quiet is perhaps the most practical way to achieve quiet.

Herpesvirus: DVMs must manage infected litters

May 1, 2005

Illness in young puppies usually commences between the 5th and 18th days after birth.

Dilated cardiomyopathy: Look for multiple disease entities

Apr 1, 2005

Chamber dilatation results in secondary atrioventricular valvular regurgitation.

Polyarthritis: look for chronic lameness without signs of systemic disease

Mar 1, 2005

In some cases, a definitive diagnosis can be established only by synovial membrane biopsy.

Ovarian function best monitered using vaginal cytolgy, serum progesterone concentrations

Feb 1, 2005

Please review normal and abnormal ovarian function in the dog and cat.

Diverse group of diseases culprits for feline eosinophilic granulomas

Jan 1, 2005

Most lesions wax and wane with or without therapy; so unpredictable ecurrence should be anticipated.

Few definitive options exist to manage acute respiratory disease

Nov 1, 2004

Most dogs with ARDS show little response to oxygen supplementation and remain dyspneic.

Pediatric/Geriatric protoccol; Hematochezia, fecal mucus, tenesmus often characterize chronic large-bowel

Hematochezia, fecal mucus, tenesmus often characterize chronic large-bowel diarrhea
Oct 1, 2004

Cases that show intermittent clinical signs require more long-term therapy.

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