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Can Proteins Help Improve Skin and Coat Condition?

Nutrition has implications in all aspects of skin metabolism including cell renewal, healing of wounds, immune reactions and combating chronic inflammation.

Senior cats’ pathology: main clinical conditions

It is generally accepted that a cat can be considered "senior" from the age of 10 years (when it has reached 75-80% of its life expectancy) and that the geriatric stage is reached after 15 years. In practice, one-third of cats over 9 years of age that are considered healthy by their owners actually require medical treatment (95% of which is long-term).

Antimicrobial Peptides: The What, The How and The Why

Antimicrobial resistance is a hot topic in both human and veterinary medicine, with concerns flagged that inappropriate use of antibiotics may have contributed to an increase in bacterial resistance worldwide.

What Can Pet Owners Do at Home to Contribute to the Successful Management of Skin Disease?

Vets are very fortunate to have some outstanding medicines to treat the aetiology and clinical signs of atopy, giving both the pet and the owner relief from the angst of allergic skin disease. However, it is easy to overlook the value of topical therapies and simple environmental management routines, which can play an important role in managing the condition whilst also helping to cultivate client relationships.

Canine Dental Health

Dental disease is a very common condition affecting dogs, with an estimated 80% of dogs developing periodontal disease by the time they are three years old1,2.

Feline chronic kidney disease

Feline chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition with a late clinical expression. It results from the progressive reduction in the number of functional nephrons due to irreversible nephropathy, usually bilateral. It is important to detect it as early as possible and to evaluate its stage of evolution according to the classification proposed by the International Renal Interest Society (IRIS).

How Important Is an Ear Cleaner in the Short and Long-Term Management of Otitis Externa in Dogs?

Otitis externa is a very common condition in dogs, yet can be difficult to manage, successfully, in practice. Once the patient has been examined and a diagnosis has been established, the choice of treatment prescribed will be the key to success in treating otitis externa.

Oxidative Stress : Its Effect on Cattle and the Role of Trace Minerals

Reactive Oxygen Species or Free Radicals are constantly formed during normal aerobic cellular metabolism. Free radicals are unstable and highly reactive oxidants that can remove an electron from another compound leaving it oxidised.

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