Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Garcia is a veterinary internal medicine consultant in Houston, Texas.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 03, 2013
Natural remedies abound for treating common diseases in people and pets, but what exact role they should play remains undetermined. This study looked specifically at the use of milk thistle for helping pets with liver disease.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - May 07, 2013
Work through this interactive case to help Olivia, a 2-year-old terrier mix, get over her urinary troubles.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 30, 2013
A commentary on the integral role of effective listening and the lack of training in this area for veterinary professionals.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 22, 2013
This study looked at whether such a screening is worth it and what it means if the results are negative.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 15, 2013
This study found that the presence or absence of a heart murmur does not reliably predict cardiac disease in cats.
Journal Scan: Studying the studies: A review of evidence from trials evaluating atopic dermatitis therapies
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 26, 2013
Which therapies have the most evidence for efficacy? These researchers take a look.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 18, 2013
A look at the clinical challenges in the diagnosis and treatment of feline mast cell disease and an overview of current treatment options.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 11, 2013
A look at whether this practice will thwart your results.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 04, 2013
Despite being apparently healthy, middle-aged and older cats can often have abnormalities that would benefit from intervention and monitoring.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 18, 2013
Clinical interest in this glucocorticoid stems from its immune-modulating effects directly at the level of the intestinal tract with few of the systemic effects typically associated with corticosteroids.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 04, 2013
Find out if this drug can prolong survival if given earlier in the course of disease.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 21, 2013
This study sought to determine whether cats with early CKD have elevated PTH concentrations compared with healthy geriatric cats.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 14, 2013
This study says the likely answer is "Yes."
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 07, 2013
Researchers evaluated this assay in 155 asymptomatic Doberman pinschers to determine whether it can be used as an indicator for this life-threatening condition.