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Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP is a pyogranulomatous vasculitis. This review article provides practical, current information about pathogenesis, clinical symptoms, diagnostics, treatment and prevention of FIP and will therefore be very useful for every small animal practitioner.
In practice, anorexia in cats, possibly as a result of the abovementioned conditions, turns out to be a tricky problem deserving our attention, which is why VetVisuals® provides an overview of the practical recommendations regarding the treatment of anorexia and common mistakes associated with force-feeding
This article will offer more insight on the use of enteral nutrition in ill cats with lots of very practical tips and tricks.
In this article you will receive a refresher on the infectious agent, it’s pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment options. We will also discuss the environmental and animal management requirements to prevent reinfection and transmission of infection.