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Dr. Phil Padrid

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Regional Medical Director

VCA Antech , Inc.
12401 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles , California 90064
United States

Company Description: VCA Antech, Inc. (VCA) is an animal healthcare company operating in the United States and Canada. The Company provides veterinary services and diagnostic testing to...   more

Employment History


  • DVM
  • Cornell University
50 Total References
Web References
ABVP - symposium, certification, species, credentialing, veterinary clinical practice, vet, 23 July 2011 [cached]
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Phil Padrid, DVM
Dr. Padrid graduated from Cornell University in 1985, where he received an award in Cardiology. He completed his internship at Santa Cruz Veterinary Hospital in 1986, residency in small animal medicine at UC-Davis Veterinary School in 1988, and a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at UC-Davis Medical School in 1990. Dr. Padrid served for 10 years as an associate professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He became a partner in Family Pet Animal Hospital in Chicago full-time in 2003, specializing in respiratory medicine.
Family Pet Animal Hospital, 16 June 2008 [cached]
Dr. Philip Padrid, our resident Respiratory Medicine specialist, serves as Adjunct Associate Professor of Molecular Medicine at University of Chicago School of Medicine, as well as Adjunct Professor at Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Phillip Padrid, an ..., 19 Oct 2006 [cached]
Dr. Phillip Padrid, an internationally renowned veterinarian with the Family Pet Animal Hospital in Chicago, was recently speaking on "Dog Talk," the NPR radio show of which he is the official vet, about the medical crises that can afflict these tiny dogs."I had a 2 lb.Yorkie come in with pneumonia and I could not access her breathing tube even with the human pediatric surgical tools I have," he said.
Pneumonia: What You Need to Know - The Irish Wolfhound Foundation, 1 June 2005 [cached]
Dr. Phil Padrid, a specialist in respiratory disease and a regional medical director of VCA Animal Hospitals, also recommends monitoring blood gases (or pulse oximetry, if blood gas monitoring is not available) as a more reliable tool than x-ray films for assessing a dog's condition.
Infectious Agents and Antibiotics
Wolfhounds with pneumonia may have a number of different types of bacteria in their lungs: streptococci, staphylococci, e. coli, etc, may be seen alone or in combination. Mycoplasma and fungal infections are also possibilities. Dr. Padrid suggests it is not a good idea to discount anaerobic bacteria such as e. coli and klebsiella when choosing antibiotic therapy. He recommends 3 weeks of Baytril and Antirobe be given together to cover a broad range of both aerobic and anaerobic, gram-positive and -negative, pathogens.
Tracie Hotchner - Cat Chat the Radio Show: Feline Asthma Seicialist, 22 Oct 2012 [cached]
Dr. Phil Padrid | Dr Phil Padrid | Cat Chat's® Feline Asthma Specialist - Philip Padrid, DVM
Dr. Phil Padrid | Dr Phil Padrid | Cat Chat's® Feline Asthma Specialist - Philip Padrid, DVM
Dr. Phil Padrid | Dr Phil Padrid | Cat Chat's® Feline Asthma Specialist - Philip Padrid, DVM
Our Feline Asthma Specialist, Philip Padrid, DVM
Our own Dr. Phil (Padrid) has recently become the Southwest Regional Medical Director of the Veterinary Centers of America (VCA) and now lives North of Albuquerque New Mexico with his new wife.
As the world's leading feline asthma specialist, Phil Padrid is sought-after around the world fro his expertise.
He is also Associate Professor of Molecular Medicine (adj) at the University of Chicago and Associate Professor of Small Animal Medicine (adj) at The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine
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Philip Padrid, DVM from Chicago is the Official Vet of Dog Talk, Tracie's weekly radio show on NPR affiliate WLIU. But since he is a lung specialist who is the world's leading authority on asthma in cats -- how could we pass up that golden opportunity to have him join the cat chat family?
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