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Articles by Audrey K. Cook, BVM&S, MRCVS, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA

Audrey K. Cook, BVM&S, MRCVS, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA


Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843

Articles
Managing a 9-month-old kitten with FIP
September 1, 2013

A case study of a neutered male domestic shorthaired cat who presented for evaluation of hyporexia and labored breathing of three weeks' duration.

FIP: Diagnosing and treating this deadly disease in young cats
September 1, 2013

Drs. Cook and Nelson offer an overview of diagnostics, treatment, prognosis and prevention for feline infectious peritonitis.

Image Quiz: Polyuria in a Pomeranian with a history of hair cycle arrest (Sponsored by Dechra)
November 10, 2011

What is causing this dog's clinical signs?

Image Quiz: A Labrador with PU/PD and hepatomegaly (Sponsored by Dechra)
May 16, 2011

This senior dog now also struggles to get up on the couch. Take a look at Jack's photo, assess his initial laboratory findings, and decide what test to do next.

The AAHA diabetes guidelines: An inside look
October 1, 2010

Dr. Audrey Cook explains how the new guidelines were created.

Reader Questions: More diabetic regulation advice
August 1, 2010

In our April issue as an accompaniment to the article "Identifying the reasons behind difficult-to-control diabetes in dogs" by Dr. Audrey Cook, we asked you if you had questions for Dr. Cook about diabetes. Here is a second installment of her responses.

When to consider aspergillosis in dogs
August 1, 2010

In general, this fungal infection in dogs is either sinonasal or disseminated.

Treating chronic diarrhea in cats
July 1, 2010

Chronic diarrhea is best managed with targeted therapy based on a specific diagnosis.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part I: Diagnosis
July 1, 2010

An increase in the frequency and liquidity of bowel movements is an important sign of gastrointestinal (GI) disease in cats.

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