Managing Canine Chronic Enteropathy

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Dr Allison Collier

DVM, Assistant Professor at the Ontario Veterinary College


In this program, participants will learn about chronic enteropathy (CE) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Distinctions between the two terms will be reviewed. Additionally, methods of diagnosis will be discussed, including the utility of treatment trials and gastrointestinal biopsies. As many patients with CE can respond to dietary therapy alone, the pros and cons of different dietary options will be reviewed. Additionally, different immunosuppressive options will be discussed. It has been noted that patients with IBD/CE have alterations to their gastrointestinal microbiota. Methods for management of this aspect, including probiotics/probiotics and fecal microbiota transplantation will additionally be briefly reviewed.

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Dr Allison Collier

DVM, Assistant Professor at the Ontario Veterinary College

Dr. Allison Collier grew up in Aurora Ontario. She completed her DVM at the Ontario Veterinary College, followed by a rotating internship in Rochester, NY. After this, she completed her small animal internal medicine residency at the OVC. She has been fortunate to be able to continue her work at the OVC as an Assistant Professor in small animal internal medicine, with her interests particularly including gastrointestinal diseases and the microbiome.

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