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Articles by Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM

Urinary incontinence in female dogs—how common is it?

Jan 1, 2014

The goal of this study was to provide more recent data on the prevalence of acquired urinary incontinence.

Shock fluid therapy basics

An overview of the use of crystalloids and colloids for critical care veterinary patients.
Dec 11, 2013

An overview of the use of crystalloids and colloids for critical care veterinary patients.

Managing bacterial cystitis in the ER

An overview of diagnostic and treatment options for veterinary patients with signs of lower urinary tract disease.
Dec 4, 2013

An overview of diagnostic and treatment options for veterinary patients with signs of lower urinary tract disease.

5 must-dos in managing poisoned pets in your veterinary practice

Pets can easily get into toxic substances, and knowing how to react when presented with a poisoned pet is key.
Nov 13, 2013

Pets can easily get into toxic substances, and knowing how to react when presented with a poisoned pet is key.

Assessing the risk of parvovirus infection in puppies attending socialization classes

Nov 1, 2013

A recent study examined whether young puppies that attend socialization classes are really at an increased risk for this deadly viral disease.

Life-saving measures: A CPR overview in pets

Four critical CPR points highlighted at the 2013 Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society meeting.
Oct 2, 2013

Four critical CPR points highlighted at the 2013 Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society meeting.

Journal Scan: Ruptured CCL surgery: TPLO vs. extracapsular repair

Sep 1, 2013

A study looks at which repair technique is best to get dogs back on all four paws.

Journal Scan: Omega-3 fatty acids: How much is too much?

Jul 8, 2013

These researchers sought to describe the metabolic differences and potential adverse effects of the omega-3 fatty acids.

Journal Scan: Treatment of primary epilepsy in cats—how well does it work?

Jun 24, 2013

This review studied the outcome of cats treated with either phenobarbital or a combination of other antiepileptic drugs with respect to the number of seizures per year and quality of life.

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