Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Garcia is a veterinary internal medicine consultant in Houston, Texas.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jul 07, 2015
Recent studies have shown the prevalence of this disorder is higher than what we thought even a decade ago.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 24, 2015
A review of the veterinary literature reveals when this phenomenon may more likely occur.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 16, 2015
More cats may be affected by this disease than you think, and even cats with subclinical or mild forms may benefit from thyroid replacement therapy.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - May 20, 2015
Does this form of testing hold the key to diagnosing deterioration of the kidney in cats earlier?
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 28, 2015
Prognosis is variable, and consensus of opinion on treatment hasn't been reached, but good outcomes are possible with appropriate care.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 21, 2015
A look at the impact of animal-assisted visits on the quality of life of people being treated for cancer.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 15, 2015
Knowing the barriers to care may aid in educating clients and addressing concerns that may impede care.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 31, 2015
A study shows hidden antigens lurking in flavored veterinary medications and supplements may derail a dietary elimination trial.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 05, 2015
Can you successfully diagnose and treat this ravenous veterinary patient?
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 25, 2015
A group of researchers decided to investigate dog owners' perceptions of just how smart their dogs are.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 03, 2015
The take-home on this one? Think retroviral when you see inflammatory oral disease in cats.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Dec 31, 2014
A comparison of the results of a new in-house urinary dipstick with those of a veterinary commercial laboratory.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Dec 23, 2014
An overview of the importance of timing and risk assessment when developing vaccine protocols for pediatric patients.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Dec 03, 2014
Performing euthanasia has been implicated as a contributing factor to mood disorders and suicide among veterinarians. Is it really a factor?