Joan Capuzzi, VMD
Surgery is, at its most elemental level, risky, but there are numerous ways veterinarians can keep their patients safer under the knife and keep themselves calm if surgeries go awry
When environmental modification fails to mute stress-related responses, pharmaceuticals can provide much-needed relief
Ingesting of human psychiatric drugs can cause clinical signs ranging from sympathomimetic to anticholinergic
Toxic ingestions of human psychiatric drugs can cause clinical signs in pets that range from sympathomimetic to anticholinergic.
High blood pressure silently weaponizes flowing blood, turning key organs into targets. By detecting the often subtle clues to its havoc, veterinarians can recognize cats and dogs at risk.
The fertile gut of a dog or cat brims with benevolent bacteria. Various forces can ravage this delicate population, but these microorganisms can be reestablished
Animal biomedical device company announces new senior technical services veterinarian
Study evaluating potential treatment for degenerative myelopathy receives funding
ASPCA celebrates caring for 10,000th foster kitten in Los Angeles County
Dr. Jack Walther Recent Graduate Boot Camp Scholarship recipients announced