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A 12-year-old neutered male Cocker Spaniel was evaluated because of inappetence and lethargy of 6 months' duration, generalized pyoderma with crusting of 3 weeks' duration, and loose feces and vomiting of 2 days' duration. For several years, the dog had had dermatologic problems (eg, pyoderma, seborrhea, pruritus, alopecia, and atopic dermatitis) and degenerative joint disease in both hip joints. Treatments for the various dermatoses included an assortment of topical and oral administrations of antimicrobials and corticosteroids. Oral administration of NSAIDs was used to manage the pain of joint disease. At the time of the evaluation, the dog was being

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

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In collaboration with the American College of Veterinary Pathologists

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