A Clinical Approach to Canine Pododermatitis

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Published on: 11.11.2014


Peter Forsythe BVM&S DVD MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology

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About The Webinar

Canine pododermatitis is a common clinical presentation in small animal practice. It usually presents as either paw licking or lameness with variable additional, non-specific clinical signs.

A wide range of conditions can result in pododermatitis. Disease may be confined to the paws, it may be part of a generalised skin condition or pododermatitis may be a manifestation of a systemic disease.

A careful systematic approach and definitive diagnosis are essential as it can be a cause of significant suffering for the patient if misdiagnosed and poorly managed. This webinar will review the more common causes of pododermatitis in the dog and by means of case presentations outline the clinical approach to be taken in these cases.

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