Canine and Feline Dermatology

With detailed insights and reviews written by vet professionals from the UK and beyond, this edition covers common clinical challenges such as pododermatitis and feline military dermatitis through to systemic diseases and cutaneous leishmaniasis. Among others, Tim Nuttall and Debbie Gow from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies explore therapeutic approaches to Canine Atopic Dermatitis and Ralf Mueller reviews Feline Pemphigus foliaceus

Lee Danks (MRCVS), Veterinary Scientific Affairs Manager for ROYAL CANIN, said: “Dermatological problems raise their head time and time again, both as a topic of great concern to practitioners but in their waxing and waning course in our patients. The skin can be the cause of much frustration! The more opportunity we have to review and consolidate our knowledge about the body’s largest organ, the better equipped we’ll be to make a positive difference to both pets and owners.”

Now in its 28th year, Veterinary Focus magazine takes a system-by-system approach to feline and canine disorders. ROYAL CANIN® also publishes a number of more comprehensive manuals (on Feline urinary disease or Canine pancreatitis for example), perfect for setting protocols and as reference materials for your practice library. Contact your Veterinary Business Manager for printed versions or to subscribe, or simply download pdfs of this dermatology and previous editions from: