Cobalamin deficiency

Cobalamin (vitamin B12) deficiency occurs commonly in both dogs and cats with chronic gastrointestinal disease.

Diagnosis of canine and feline pancreatitis - Enough with lipases already

Pancreatitis remains challenging to diagnose, especially since many patients do not present with classical clinical signs or may even be subclinical.

Vomiting and anti-emetic therapy in veterinary medicine

Vomiting causes alarm and concern across species and is a common presenting complaint in our small animal patients. Read more about the pathophysiology and treatment of vomiting.

Gastroprotectant and antacid therapy in veterinary medicine

Gastroprotectant and antacid therapies are commonly employed in veterinary medicine when we wish to prevent gastric ulceration or suspect gastric ulceration may be the cause of clinical signs in our canine and feline patients. Click post title to read more about GI protectant mechanisms and treatment of GI ulceration.