VRCC Blog

A Brief Report: Onchocerca lupi, a zoonotic parasite

I will never forget the first time that I incised an episcleral nodule in a dog and found coiled white nematodes.  It was 2011 and Onchocerca lupi was not even on my list of differentials [...]

March 2015 Oncology Patient of the Month: Vail

Vail is our March 2015 patient of the month. He is a very handsome 9.5 year old, neutered male, lynx point Siamese cat who first came to VRCC Oncology in October of 2012 for a [...]

Case Study: Key-Gaskell Syndrome

An 11 month old male domestic long hair feline presented for a 1 week history of acute onset of elevated third eyelids, decreased appetite and liquid diarrhea. Two days prior to presentation, he developed vomiting [...]

February 2015 Oncology Patient of the Month: Josh

Our February patient of the month is the very handsome Josh. He is a 10.5 year old, neutered male, blonde, golden retriever who is such a sweetheart! He first came into VRCC Oncology in August [...]