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A 3-year-old 17.2-kg (37.8-lb) neutered male Border Collie mix was evaluated because of sudden onset of glaucoma bilaterally, for which there was limited response to aggressive medical treatment. Blepharospasm and third eyelid protrusion in both eyes were first noticed 1 month earlier. Visual impairment was detected 7 days later, at which point a diagnosis of glaucoma was made and administration of medications (topical ophthalmic treatment with timolol, dorzolamide, latanaprost, and prednisolone acetate and oral treatment with methazolamide, carprofen, and amlodipine) was initiated by a local veterinarian. These treatments were ongoing at the time of this evaluation. Erythema and crusting

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In the fall of 2016, a 19-month-old 25-kg (55-lb) spayed female crossbred German Shepherd Dog was evaluated because of sudden onset of lethargy and inappetence. In March of the same year, the dog had undergone endoscopic biopsy, and examination of the specimen resulted in a diagnosis of eosinophilic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). At the time of the evaluation, IBD was being managed medically. This dog had regular access to the outdoors and was known to consume coyote feces. Regular deworming was performed including administration of a 14-day course of fenbendazole (50 mg/kg [22.7 mg/lb], PO, q 24 h) in

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