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Transcripts of FIP Symposium with Legendre and Pederson now Available

Transcripts of FIP Symposium with Legendre and Pederson now Available
The transcript of The 2011 sold-out 33rd Annual Winn Feline Foundation Symposium, WINNing the FIP Fight, featuring legendary veterinarians Dr. Niels Pederson and Dr. Al Legendre, is HERE (compliments of the Veterinary Information Network). Audio of Niels Pederson HERE (compliments of Pet World Radio/Black Dog Radio Productions) Audio of Al Legendre HERE (compliments of Pet... Read more »

How Cats Become Infected with FIP, Dr. Diane Addie

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) remains what’s considered a fatal disease in cats, mostly kittens. This new video from Dr. Diane Addie describes how FIP occurs. For new news and new hope for cats with FIP, click here to hear Dr. Al Legendre and Dr. Niels Pederson at the 2011 Winn Feline Foundation Symposium.

Check Out 2011 WINN Feline Foundation FIP Smyposium; Back In Time to 2002 FIP Winn Feline FIP Symposium

Check Out 2011 WINN Feline Foundation FIP Smyposium; Back In Time to 2002 FIP Winn Feline FIP Symposium
The Winn Feline Foundation held their 33rd Annual Symposium on June 23, and the subject was feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Speaking at this event, rock star veterinarians and longtime FIP researchers, Dr. Al Legendre and Dr. Niels Pedersen.This Symposium is available (at no charge) for the public to hear – LISTEN HERE. The Winn Feline... Read more »
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Video Explanation of FIP

Dr. Diane Addie, one of the world’s most respected researchers of feline infectious diseases, and she (and others) created this video explanation of feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Indeed, FIP is very complex disease. Even it’s the name is misleading….FIP is a freaky mutation of the infectious corona virus. However, FIP itself is actually not contagious.... Read more »

FIP Resources (Updated)

Feline Infectious Peritonitis is the one disease you don’t want your pet to have. There’s no cure. Tragically FIP most often happens to kittens. Also, according to longtime FIP researcher Niels Pedersen from the University of California, Davis, FIP is more common than previously thought. I argue, despite it’s complexities if FIP (or a disease... Read more »

Cat Health: FIP (part 2)

Hear Dr. Diane Addie on FIP; Susan Gingrich, founder of the Winn Feline Foundation Bria Fund FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) is fatal, a mystery for years. Researchers are optimistic about unraveling the mystery of this cat killer.  Dr. Addie spoke to me from her home in the Pyrenees Mountains in France, a senior lecturer at... Read more »
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Cat Health: FIP (part 1)

FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) in cats is fatal, without a cure or treatment it’s the worst diagnosis for any cat owner to hear. Hear Dr. Niels Pedersen. He’s dedicated much of his career to socking FIP. Arguably, no one person on the planet understands this disease more. Dr. Pedersen answers questions about FIP for one-hour... Read more »
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