Joseph Harari, MS, DVM, DACVS
Exercise-induced collapse in young, otherwise healthy, Labrador retrievers is an uncommon, dramatic, self-limiting condition.
Gallbladder disease, a common condition in dogs, is associated with choleliths, mucoceles, neoplasia, or hepatic disorders causing bile stasis and possible subsequent infection.
Dog bites are one of the most common nonfatal injuries occurring in the United States.
Intervertebral disk disease (IVDD) is the most common neurologic disorder for which dog owners seek treatment.
Urolithiasis commonly affects dogs and can cause dysuria, stranguria, hematuria, pyuria, and an obstructive uropathy.
The results of this study provide support for various treatment strategies based on clinical presentation, owner finances, and the clinician's competency.