Jennifer Gaumnitz, Senior Content Specialist - dvm360.com
Jennifer Gaumnitz is a senior content specialist with dvm360.com. She has worked for the organization in its various incarnations for more than 33 years (thus, the "senior"), for several years serving as managing editor of Veterinary Medicine magazine. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with an emphasis in Science Writing and a minor in Zoology from Iowa State University.
VETTED - Jun 18, 2018
What new treatment protocols, formulations, food or drugs are now available or on the horizon to treat seizures—those coughs of the brain—in your veterinary patients?
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 15, 2018
Has the alphabet soup of liver enzyme activities got you stumped? Dr. Jonathan Lidbury answers common questions on interpreting canine liver laboratory results and gives guidance on how to proceed with confirming a diagnosis, including when to perform a liver biopsy.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 06, 2018
The equid family tree was shaken up in a recent study by an international research team.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Feb 15, 2018
This easy-to-use online tool keeps you current on equine infectious disease cases occurring in your state.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 15, 2018
Each of these health problems causes harm in its own way, and it's not unusual for veterinary patients to present with all three. Dr. Tara Edwards says early detection and intervention and a multimodal management strategy are keys to taming this tangled trio.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Dec 11, 2017
New research shows that Zika kills the kind of brain cancer cells that are hardest to treat.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Dec 04, 2017
What makes horses do what they do? Dr. Robert Miller breaks down this ambitious topic into 10 main points. And, interestingly, all are related to the first—the equine flight instinct.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 03, 2017
The answer: One Health. Such a significant movement—and you’re a vital part!
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 25, 2017
Branch out in your understanding of these veterinary clients.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 24, 2017
New research shows that Toxoplasma gondii may be more harmful to the adult human brain than once thought.
VETTED - Oct 11, 2017
According to experts like Dr. Bruyette, hypothyroidism is the most overdiagnosed endocrine disorder in dogs. Here’s how you can be sure you’re not part of the overdiagnosis crowd.
VETTED - Oct 10, 2017
Yawn ... you already know about hypothyroidism treatment in dogs. What's the big deal? A LOT! Including the fact that you may be oversupplementing that levothyroxine. Dr. Bruyette talks the latest and greatest in the realm of canine hypothyroidism.