Canadian Veterinary Journal

The Canadian Veterinary Journal, published by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, is the 'voice of veterinary medicine in Canada'. The Journal now includes a regular ‘Veterinary Dermatology’ feature intended for the veterinary practitioner.

La Revue vétérinaire canadienne, qui est publiée par l’Association canadienne des médecins vétérinaires, est la « voix de la médecine vétérinaire au Canada ». Une section « Dermatologie Vétérinaire » figure maintenant régulièrement dans la revue.

Year 2020

Volume 61 - Number 1

Topic: Atopic dermatitis in humans and dogs

Authors: Martín Arcique, Jangi Bajwa

Volume 61 - Number 3

Topic: Aural hematoma and its treatment: A review

Authors: Jennifer Hewitt, Jangi Bajwa

Volume 61 - Number 5

Topic: Review of critically appraised topics on adverse food reactions of companion animals

Author: Becky Valentine

Volume 61 - Number 7

Twenty years of pyodermas: How antimicrobial resistance has changed the way I practice

Author: Kinga Gortel

Volume 61 - Number 9

Can equine urticaria be cured?

Auhor: Frédéric Sauvé

Volume 61 - Number 11

Feline dermatophytosis: Clinical features and diagnostic testing

Author: Jangi Bajwa

Year 2019 

Volume 60 - Number 1

Topic: Canine otitis externa - Treatment and complications

Author: Jangi Bajwa

Volume 60 - Number 3

Topic: Pemphigus foliaceus

Author: Elizabeth Goodale

Volume 60 - Number 5

Topic: A short history of veterinary dermatology in Canada

Author: Vincent Defalque

Volume 60 - Number 7

Topic: Use of topical glucocorticoids in veterinary dermatology

Author: Frédéric Sauvé

Volume 60 - Number 9

Topic: Feline indolent ulcers and their significance

Author: Jangi Bajwa

Year 2018

Volume 59 - Number 1

Topic: Developments in small animal veterinary dermatology

Author: Kinga Gortel

Volume 59 - Number 3

Topic: Atopic dermatitis in cats

Author: Jangi Bajwa

Volume 59 - Number 5

Topic: Demodicosis: New treatment, common misdiagnosis

Author: Michael Charach

Volume 59 - Number 7

Topic: Claw disease in the dog: Does your patient have symmetrical lupoid onychodystrophy (SLO)?

Author: Stephen Waisglass

Volume 59 - Number 9

Topic: An embarrassment of riches: An update on the symptomatic treatment of canine atopic dermatitis

Author: Kinga Gortel

Volume 59 – Number 11

Topic: Pseudomonas otitis externa in dogs

Author: Charlie Pye