Mike Paul, DVM
Dr. Paul is the former executive director of the Companion Animal Parasite Council and a former president of the American Animal Hospital Association. He is currently the principal of MAGPIE Veterinary Consulting. He is retired from practice and lives in Anguilla, British West Indies.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Oct 01, 2011
Make eye contact. Shake hands. Get to know your clients, and become the trusted veterinary authority you should be.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Sep 01, 2011
Take a close look at how competitive veterinary market pressures call for changes in education, pricing, and a renewed commitment to client relationships
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 01, 2011
Dr. Michael Paul discusses the joint statement, prompted by concerns of veterinary parasitologists and clinicians over regional reports of lack of efficacy of macrocyclic lactones used to prevent heartworm infection in animals.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 01, 2010
This year's tour takes us through parts of the southeastern United States, where parasites continue to be a major threat to pets and people.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 01, 2010
CAPC executive director Dr. Michael Paul addresses questions about heartworm disease in cats.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - May 01, 2009
Well, it's that time again. Time for summer fun, for summer vacation, and for the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) Educational Road Show to hit the road again.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jun 01, 2008
The political candidates aren't the only ones taking their messages to the people this summer. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) is also hitting the road immediately after the AVMA Annual Convention in New Orleans in an effort to spread the word about the importance of year-round parasite control in dogs and cats.
- May 01, 2008
Pets presented for complaints associated with some pathology of their skin — such as pruritis, abnormalities of keratinization, alopecia and other abnormalities both primary and secondary — comprise a large percentage of cases seen by veterinarians.
- Mar 01, 2008
Sometimes misunderstood, misapplied, and maligned, medical guidelines are a valuable tool in improving patient care and should be widely incorporated in companion-animal practice.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 01, 2005
At one time, rampant infectious diseases sickened and killed many animals. In the case of rabies, people also were at risk. Today in the Western world, these diseases have largely been controlled, and as vaccines improve and more animals are vaccinated appropriately, we will do even better. But what of parasitic diseases?
- Jul 01, 2003
In light of the recently released American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Canine Vaccination Guidelines, many questions have arisen among veterinarians and the public in general.