Can Dogs Suffer from Migraines?
Migraines and other primary headache disorders commonly affect people. There is evidence to suggest that migraines can occur in dogs. In this review, we present a dog with paroxysmal episodes that hav...
Emma Lagerlow 2:25pm December 9th, 2015
Cortisol Concentrations in Well-Regulated Dogs with Hyperadrenocorticism Treated with Trilostane
  There are no clear treatment guidelines for dogs with clinically well-regulated hyperadrenocorticism in which serum cortisol concentrations before and after an ACTH stimulation test perfor...
Emma Lagerlow 2:30pm December 7th, 2015
Risk Factors for Survival in a University Hospital Population of Dogs with Epilepsy
  Although a common neurological disorder in dogs, long-term outcome of epilepsy is sparsely documented. The objective of this study was to investigate risk factors for survival and du...
Emma Lagerlow 2:40pm December 3rd, 2015
Antimicrobial Susceptibilities of Aerobic Isolates from Respiratory Samples of Young New Zealand Horses
Decreased efficacy of antimicrobials and increased prevalence of multidrug resistance (MDR) is of concern worldwide. The objective of this study was to describe and analyze bacterial culture and a...
Emma Lagerlow 2:38pm November 25th, 2015
Effects of Long-Term Phenobarbital Treatment on the Liver in Dogs
Long-term administration of phenobarbital has been reported to cause hepatic injury in dogs. Phenobarbital induces hepatic enzymes, and it may be difficult to distinguish the effect of enzyme inductio...
Emma Lagerlow 2:12pm November 25th, 2015