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Dr. Philip A. Padrid

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Regional Medical Director

Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: p***@***.com
Local Address:  Albuquerque , New Mexico , United States
VCA Animal Hospitals
425 North Henry Street (RT 1)
Alexandria , Virginia 22314
United States

Company Description: VCA operates more than 540 animal hospitals in 41 states across the nation in the VCA network. These hospitals are staffed by more than 1,800 fully qualified,...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Postdoctoral Fellow In Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
    UC Davis


  • Cornell University
  • DVM
  • DVM
    Cornell University
  • DVM , Department of Medicine
    University of Chicago
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FindFido PetNews [cached]
(From left to right) At a charitable donation ceremony in Kansas City, Phil Padrid, DVM, regional medical director for VCA Animal Hospitals, presented a $15,000 check to Mary Bryant, VMD, AVMF board member, and Fritz Wood, CPA, CFP, AVMF board treasurer, on behalf of VCA's partnership with local Coca-Cola bottlers to benefit the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF).
Dr. Padrid currently resides in Chicago, Illinois, and is based out of VCA's Indiana medical facility.
Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine [cached]
Philip Padrid, DVM VCA
Illness « Tracie Hotchner Blog [cached]
Dr Phil Padrid gave me this terrific & detailed explanation:
Phil Padrid DVM Regional Medical Director, VCA
Dr Phil Padrid gave me this ... [cached]
Dr Phil Padrid gave me this terrific & detailed explanation:
Phil Padrid DVM Regional Medical Director, VCA
Pneumonia: What You Need to Know - The Irish Wolfhound Foundation [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.
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