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care plan for canine and feline patients and is integral to a pet's longevity and quality of life,” according to the guidelines. “The positive impact of proper nutrition on health and morbidities such as chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, and

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medical issues that cause behavior issues for senior cats are hypertension, hyperthyroidism, and diabetes mellitus, while less common causes are GI disease, other endocrine disorders, hepatic disease, neoplasia, and neurologic disease. Dr. Bonnie Wright

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spayed female), and living anywhere in the United States other than the northeast. The probability of CKD decreased with increasing body weight in nondehydrated cats, domestic shorthair breed, and prior diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and increased when

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, hemangiosarcoma, mast cell tumor, and osteosarcoma; patella luxation; nonstruvite bladder stones; hypothyroidism; mitral valve disease; inflammatory bowel disease; diabetes mellitus; retained testicles; and umbilical hernias. In cats, the most prevalent genetic

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.” “Determining the genetics underlying diabetes mellitus in the domestic cat.” The shifting landscape of noncompete agreements Veterinarians who are practice employees or owners must navigate various considerations By Katie Burns A noncompete

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drugs for the management of diabetes mellitus in prosimians”; and second place—Dr. Julio Mercado, Davis, Calif., for “Comparative serum glucose levels in sedated suidae and tayassuidae.” Officials: Drs. Edward Ramsay, Knoxville, Tenn., president

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healthy cats with diabetes mellitus not previously treated with insulin. Bexacat is an inhibitor of sodium-glucose cotransporter 2, the first SGLT2 inhibitor approved by the FDA for any nonhuman animal species. Bexagliflozin, the active ingredient in

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.” “Determining the genetics underlying diabetes mellitus in the domestic cat.” Please send comments and story ideas to AVMANews@avma.org .

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