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In today’s VETgirl online veterinary continuing education blog, we interview Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC, on whether it’s appropriate to “box” down cats with inhalant therapy alone. This is no longer considered standard of care and not recommended by anesthesiologists, with the exception of the rare exotic animal that cannot be easily intubated (e.g., gerbil, pocket pets, etc.). So, if you have a fractious cat, check out this veterinary podcast for some better, safer tips from Dr. “Q!”


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