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3 tips for finding the cause of pruritus in your next canine patient

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Paul Bloom DVM, DACVD, DABVP, (Canine and Feline) shares his advice for uncovering the cause of a pruritus case

In an interview with Paul Bloom DVM, DACVD, DABVP, (Canine and Feline), at the 2022 Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, he explains how to detect the cause of pruritus in dogs with 3 distinct tips.

The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Paul Bloom DVM, DACVD, DABVP, (Canine and Feline): I think the most important thing—whether it's dermatology or any other specialty in this industry—it's especially important, when we have the skin, it can only react in a certain number of ways.

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