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Dogs: Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency or EPI

Dog health resources curated by veterinary librarian Ann Viera, Pendergrass AG-VET MED Library, UT Knoxville Feel free to copy/reuse template, please give credit.

By Veterinarians

Articles for Veteriarians recommended by epi4dogs

Options to get the Full-text of the articles below:  1)  Contact the veterinary library in your state, province or country.  2)  Contact the author directly if his/her email address is included in the PubMed record.  3) Go to your nearest public library to request a copy.  4)  Pay the publisher for a copy (usually between $25 to $35 per article).

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EPI Brochure by the Epi4dogs Support Group

Article on EPI Support for Owners

Options to read the article below:  For $31.50 the publisher Elsevier will provide a copy.  Or, go to your nearest public library and request a copy on interlibrary loan.  Another suggestion:  write to the editor of the journal and ask that the article be made freely available as a public service:  Dr. Deb Greco at drdebgreco@hotmail.com.

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