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16. NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT FOR DOGS AND CATS
Clinicians are aware of the importance of nutrition in companion animal health, but medical records often reflect a different scenario. Here’s why it’s so crucial to assess each patient’s diet.

22. TREATING CANINE OSTEOARTHRITIS – Part 2
Managing this common condition must evolve from palliative treatment of established disease using just a few modalities, to early intervention and a comprehensive multimodal approach.

26. YUNNAN BAIYAO – MIRACLE HERB FOR YOUR CLINIC
This proprietary Chinese herbal formulation has been shown to effectively stop bleeding and inhibit infection.

32. INFLAMMATORY AIRWAY DISEASE IN HORSES
A persistent cough that lasts longer than four weeks is likely a sign of IAD. The causes can be many and varied, and treatment focuses on management.

39. Nutrition Nook – RAW GREEN TRIPE
It might look and smell disgusting, but it’s a rich source of nutrients for pets.

42. WOBBLER SYNDROME: PANEL DISCUSSION
Though this condition is often considered incurable and even unmanageable, alternative approaches can be very beneficial. Three veterinarians discuss the options.

50. RABIES CHALLENGE FUND –FIVE-YEAR DOI STUDY RESULTS
The researchers set out to prove a longer duration of immunity for rabies vaccines, and the results to date are intriguing.

54. HEADACHE IN ANIMALS – RECOGNITION AND TREATMENT
Do pets get headaches? The evidence suggests they do. To successfully treat and relieve headaches in patients, we first have to notice and “diagnose” them, while remaining undeterred by the fact that absolute proof remains unattainable.

60. Tech Talk – MASSAGE AND HEALING TOUCH FOR ANIMALS IN THE VETERINARY CLINIC
These two therapeutic modalities can be used to enhance patient well being, and both are within the scope of CVT guidelines.

63. CHIA-SMALL SEED, BIG BENEFITS
Discover how these tiny nutrition-packed seeds can bring healing and balance to equine patients.