Vet to Vet Ponazuril Protocols

May 2014 by Staci Cannon, DVM

Audience: Veterinary Team

Video Length: 13 minutes

Dr. Staci Cannon, Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Resident at the University of Florida, discusses research on the use of ponazuril for the treatment of coccidiosis in cats and dogs. This presentation was part of the University of Florida's 7th Annual Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Conference.

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About Staci Cannon, DVM

Dr. Staci Cannon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Georgia in 2006. She graduated from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 and completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Dr. Cannon has previously worked for the Animal Rescue League of Boston along with several other shelters and feral cat organizations in Massachusetts. She has interests in preventative medicine, infectious disease, surgery and population management, and is passionate about promoting the medical and emotional well-being of shelter animals. Dr. Cannon is also currently pursuing a Master of Public Health at UF.

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