Episode 5

Super Unnecessary

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July 1st, 2020

1 hr 13 mins 56 secs

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About this Episode

We’ve been presented with a very sick puppy and an unexpected test result. Lauren and JJ are on the case!

The ladies review differentials for gastroenteritis in puppies and discuss the pathophysiology and treatment of canine parvo virus.
Sources for this episode include:

  1. Greene, C.E. and Decaro, N. “Canine Viral Enteritis.” Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat, 4th Edition. Elsevier 2012, pp. 67-75.
  2. Goddard, A., Leisewitz, A. L., Christopher, M. M., Duncan, N. M., and Becker, P. J. “Prognostic usefulness of blood leukocyte changes in canine parvoviral enteritis.” Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Mar-Apr 2008. Volume 22, pp. 309-316.
  3. Rothrock, K. and Shell, L.G. “Canine Parvovirus Infection.” Vincyclopedia of Diseases. Veterinary Information Network: www.vin.com.
  4. Sullivan, L. A. “Canine Parvovirus.” 2016. Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Spring Symposium Proceedings.
  5. “Frequently asked questions about SNAP parvo text.” Idexx: https://www.idexx.com/files/snap-parvo-test-faqs.pdf
  6. Schultz, R. D., Larson, L. J., and Lorentzen, L. P. “Effects of modified live canine parvovirus vaccine on the SNAP ELISA antigen assay.” 2008. International Veterinary Emergency Critical Symposium Proceedings.
  7. Mohr, A. J., Leisewitz, A. L., Jacobson, L. S., Steiner, J. M., Ruaux, C. G., Williams, D. A. “Effect of early enteral nutrition on intestinal permeability, intestinal protein loss, and outcome in dogs with severe parvoviral enteritis. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2003. Volume 17, pp. 791-798.