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The Derm Vet Podcast

Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD

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Tune in to make veterinary dermatology more fun than frustrating! This podcast features Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD sharing practical tips on dermatologic workups you can bring to clinical practice right away. Also, stories about navigating the messy (yet beautiful) journey of being a vet mom while building a career you love.
 
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Diagnosis of canine atopic dermatitis... it can be time consuming to do all the rule outs (though necessary). But there is criteria that can make it very likely (or unlikely) that you are dealing with canine atopic dermatitis. Check out this week's episode of the podcast for the hints!By Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Managing canine atopic dermatitis long-term can be difficult and frustrating. Between managing flares and client education there can be a lot to juggle. Today's podcast welcomes Fiona Bateman, BVSc, MANZCVS, DACVD. She is a senior veterinary dermatologist for Zoetis. We discuss how to work with clients to manage these chronic cases, long-term anti-…
 
Welcome Dr. Karen Shenoy to the podcast! She is the Chief Veterinary Officer for Hills US. We discuss Hill's Global Symposium which is focusing on dermatology this year! Dr. Shenoy and I will be co-hosting this event which contains a bunch of amazing speakers. Register at hillsglobalsymposium.com! It is free and will be recorded so you can catch up…
 
"If you love what you do, you will never work a day in your life." Is this really true? Or an unrealistic concept? Check out this episode of the podcast with Dr. Jeff Tinsley (senior resident at Animal Dermatology Clinic Louisville). We discuss this and ways to recharge outside of work.By Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
I was recently giving a set of lectures about allergies and I was asked about the prevalence of aural hematomas in dogs with no signs of otitis externa. I hadn't appreciated this clinically but then ran across a review article that discussed a new potential etiology and though it was interesting. Check out this week's episode of the podcast and let…
 
As a dermatology specialists we tend to see the more severe, chronic cases of allergic dermatitis and infection. But in general practice, our colleagues are seeing these cases at much earlier stage in younger dogs. So how do you start management at these initial signs of allergies? This podcast episode welcomes back Dr. Dana Liska, DACVD. Dr. Liska…
 
It’s Itchy Pet Awareness Month! Come listen to this podcast episode with Alice Joseph and Dr. Shannon Cabell of Zoetis. We will discuss fun ways to get your practice ready for Itchy Pet Awareness Month in August including wonderful resources listed below: www.itchypetawarenessmonth.com www.itchingforhelp.com www.zoetispetcare.com/blog…
 
Flea bite hypersensitivity is a common cause of pruritus and secondary infection in dogs and cats. It can be easy to prescribe flea prevention and assume you have ruled it out. But some cases need a little more detail when collecting history and providing discharge instructions... How is the owner giving the flea prevention? Are other dogs and cats…
 
Welcome Dr. Valerie Fadok, DVM, PhD, DACVD back to the podcast. She is a senior veterinary dermatologist with Zoetis. One of her passions involves a dog breed that we see quite often in dermatology... The West Highland White Terrier aka Westie! Hear all about this allergy prone breed and the amazing research being done through the Westie Foundation…
 
Resistant infections seem to get worse every year. So how do you handle a culture that comes back with limited antibiotic options? Or an owner can't afford to culture but systemic antibiotics are not resolving the pyoderma? Dilute bleach is an inexpensive, effective topical option for pyoderma. There are various concentrations listed in the literat…
 
Otitis can be a frustrating disease to diagnose and manage. However, it is one of the most common diseases seen in general practice. Successful treatment does not just mean picking the right ear drop. You have to consider why the infection is happening and what other factors are present that may complicate remission of the disease. Learn how the PS…
 
Bald belly cats present commonly in veterinary dermatology. Many of these cats develop bald bellies due to overgrooming but there are also non-pruritic causes. What history questions should you ask? What differentials should you consider? What other clinical signs should you look for? Check out this episode of the podcast to feel confident in the b…
 
Stephen Kochis, DVM joins the podcast to discuss dermatology in shelter medicine. He is the Chief Medical Officer for the Oregon Humane Society in Portland, OR. Dr. Kochis discusses some of the amazing work he does in shelter medicine managing dermatologic diseases including feline dermatophytosis and canine allergies. Also, the importance of getti…
 
Before referring a dog or cat to a dermatologist, what should you do? Of course we love cytology, diet trials, topical therapy, etc. but there is ONE particular thing I would love for every case to have before seeing us at the dermatology clinic. Check out this episode of the podcast to find out my top request!…
 
Claw fold disease is often overlooked in dogs and cats during the dermatologic examination. However, this a common anatomical area that is affected in pets with allergies, infections, parasites or autoimmune diseases. Though there are similarities in claw fold diseases between dogs and cats, there are some differences that should be recognized as w…
 
Welcome Valerie Fadok, DVM, PhD, DACVD to the podcast to discuss canine allergic and atopic dermatitis! She is a senior veterinary dermatologist with Zoetis. We’ve come a long way in our ability to manage allergic skin diseases in dogs. Due to our increased knowledge based on research, there are better therapeutics available. We have learned that s…
 
Technicians are the backbone of a veterinary clinic. Between client communication, collecting diagnostics and administering therapies, their capabilities truly are amazing! Today, I welcome two amazing technicians to the podcast: Amanda Friedeck, BS, LVT, VTS (Dermatology) from Texas A and M University and Shannon Carroll from Animal Dermatology Cl…
 
Workup of the allergic dog can be time consuming and difficult. Going through the necessary rule outs is important for allergies, but there are criteria that can heighten your suspicion of atopic dermatitis Check out some criteria that can help you feel more confident about diagnosing a dog with atopic dermatitis!…
 
Today, Steve Pfohl joins as a guest on the podcast. He is the market research lead for the U.S. dermatology portfolio at Zoetis. Market research is conducted to help uncover insights that provide value to veterinarians and dog owners. This information can improve our communication with owners, and this benefits their pets’ lives. For more interesti…
 
Dr. Lauren Adelman is back on the podcast! She is a board-certified internal medicine specialist practicing at Canada West Veterinary Specialists in Vancouver, BC. On this episode, we discuss hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing's disease). This can be a complicated disease to diagnose and manage. So check out our discussion and feel comfortable knowing t…
 
Welcome Lauren Adelman, DVM, DACVIM to the podcast! An internist at Canada West Vet Specialists in Vancouver, BC. We discuss the clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment options for canine hypothyroidism. One of the most overdiagnosed diseases... how do you know you got it right?By Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Color dilution alopecia (CDA) is an inherited condition that causes patches of hair loss, and may also include flaky skin and pruritus. The condition is associated with individuals who have a “dilute” color, and is most commonly seen in dogs with a blue or fawn coat. Learn about this interesting disease, how to diagnose it appropriately and manage …
 
You always hear me mention "cytology everything"! But, how do you actually collect a diagnostic cytology sample? Cytology is the minimum database of any dermatology case. So, it is important to find 2-3 techniques you feel comfortable with and become a PRO at them. From direct impression to tape to toothpick samples, get a step-by-step guide on the…
 
IL-31 has gained a lot of attention in the last decade based on its role in pruritus for canine allergic dermatitis. Also, the specific therapies that target this pruritic cytokine (Apoquel and Cytopoint). This episode welcomes Meagan Painter, DVM, DACVD. She is a boarded certified dermatologist at MSPCA-Angell West in Waltham, MA. Dr. Painter has …
 
Laura Dennis joins the podcast for this episode. She is the Vice- President of Sales and Marketing for Xoran Technologies. She provides her marketing expertise on ways that you can allow your practice to thrive. For example, if you have innovative technology such as cone beam CT and want to inform clients and other clinics.…
 
As a general practitioner, you see itchy, infected pets all day long. But, when do you decide to make the referral to a dermatologist? Every veterinarian is going to have a different comfort level with managing chronic, allergic pets. Every client is going to have a different threshold for getting a specialist involved with their pet. However, ther…
 
The podcast welcomes Dr. Amy Thomson, DVM, DAVDC (@toothy.thomson) to discuss cases that can cross over from dentistry to dermatology. Learn about oral lesions, how to biopsy them and client education. We discuss eosinophilic granuloma complex and autoimmune and neoplastic diseases in the mouth.By Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Since owners are having a hard time getting into their general veterinarian, there is an increase amount of dermatologic patients trying presenting to the emergency veterinary clinic. This can be acute moist dermatitis (“hot spots”), otitis and general allergic itch. Dr. Nell Dalton, DVM (WestVet in Boise, ID) discuss this in this podcast episode. …
 
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