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Clinical Discussion : Episode 21

The multimodal approach to the itchy pet: treating from a "whole-animal" perspective

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Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD, discusses patient-tailored topical treatments for managing canine itch

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In this segment of dvm360 Live!™, Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD, leads a discussion on dermatology, covering everything from corticosteroids to take-home topical therapies clients can use at home. Advocating the principle of "first do no harm," Miller reviews the latest products and technologies aiming to make a difference in veterinary dermatology.

Below is a partial transcript. See the full video above for more.

Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD: "One of the big things is people say, 'I get my spray bottle out, my dog runs away.' Nobody likes that, you know? But if there's a treat that they really love...give them a special treat when they're getting their treatments, and that way, it kind of is a good and bad together, and they might actually be a little bit more compliant for it."

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