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Introducing Eradia - The First Liquid Metronidazole For Dogs

Virbac are delighted to announce the launch of Eradia, the first and only metronidazole for dogs in a flavoured oral suspension.

Why Should I Use Virbagen Omega in Dogs With Parvovirus?

Parvovirus outbreaks are commonly encountered in the UK, with pockets occurring more frequently in certain areas of the country such as Wales and the North West. Outbreaks within an area can be devastating for both owners and practices alike, with treatment costly and challenging. However, rapid implementation of intensive treatment can improve prognosis.

Control of the Home Environment in Contributing to the Successful Management of Skin Disease

In this day and age we are blessed with many drugs to treat the cause and symptoms of allergic dermatitis which often results in topical treatments and simple environmental management routines are often not discussed with pet owners.

Looking Deeper Into Chronic Otitis Externa

Otitis externa (OE) in dogs is a common presentation in small animal practice, but whilst most cases of acute, early OE will respond well to symptomatic therapy, chronic or recurrent OE can present a frustrating clinical challenge.

New Atopy Claim for Cortavance with up to 28 Days Use!

Virbac is pleased to announce that Cortavance, the potent topical steroid containing HCA, for the symptomatic treatment of inflammatory and pruritic skin disorders in dogs now provides a first line choice for the potent local control of the symptoms associated with atopy.

The Use of HCA and Ciclosporin in Non-Flea, Non-Food Hypersensitivity Dermatitis

A 4-year-old, neutered, female domestic shorthair cat presented with a two-year history of recurrent pododermatitis and self-trauma affecting all four limbs

The Use of Ciclosporin and HCA and Canine Atopic Dermatitis

A 7-month-old, female, entire, Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla presented with a three-month history of generalised scale and alopecia of the head and neck with severe pruritus and erythema of the ventral abdomen and feet.

Itchy Cat? What Can Be Done?

The work up of “itchy cat syndrome” can be a laborious task with no guarantees of identifying a cause to the pruritus which may be frustrating for both vet and owner alike.

Travelling Dogs Going to Sunnier Climes? Skin Lesions? Don’t Forget Leishmania!

With soaring numbers of animals crossing the channel every year, as well as rescue dogs from abroad and owners moving to this country, UK vets are confronted with diseases that were very rarely identified before the PETS scheme made travelling beloved pets to EU countries much easier.

The Use of Ciclosporin in Cutaneous Cell-Poor Vasculitis

A 6-year-old, neutered, female, Labrador Retriever dog presented with an eighteen-month history of pinnal tip lesions

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