Time spent with cats is never wasted. — Sigmund Freud
An awesome podcast for veterinary healthcare providers about everything feline! Famous feline medicine expert Dr. Susan Little and veterinary surgeon Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn discuss feline medical and surgical topics highlighting simple and practical solutions. We have some amazing guest experts too! If you like cats, you will love this podcast.
We had so much fun talking with Dr. Stanley Marks of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine that we recorded two podcasts while we were at New York Vet. Here is part two, where we talk about the best diagnostic approach for gastrointestinal disease, whether full thickness biopsy is better than endoscopic biopsy, how to use cobalamin as a diagnostic tool and for treatment, and how to tell inflammatory bowel disease from lymphoma. Enjoy!
Beautiful Istanbul, where Asia reaches Europe. What an amazing city and friendly people. Jolle is speaking for #purrpodcast at the first ever feline congress in Turkey. We are expecting 250+ catfanvets and we can not wait for our lectures to begin. Topics are feline soft tissue surgery (guess what topics?) and a combi lecture with the famous Dr. Craig Clifford about feline oncology. Craig and I will be strolling through the city on Saturday so if you are around let us know! Now I am just praying that the rain will stop…. Picture was taken at the Patisev cat clinic from the awesome Dr. Gizem TakTak. Love her!
Dr. Stanley Marks loves small animal gastroenterology so we were thrilled to have the chance to record 2 podcasts with him during New York Vet 2018. Stan is also a rare animal – he holds a PhD and is boarded in Internal Medicine, Oncology, and Nutrition! Stan is currently Professor at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and has an impressive list of publications to his name. In part one, we talk about chronic enteropathies in cats and what we know and don’t know about fecal transplants.