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By Alice Wolf, DVM, DipACVIM, ABVP (Fe)
Small Animal Medicine, Texas A&M University

Dr. Alice Wolf, a veterinarian board-certified in internal medicine and a professor of medicine at the Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine, shares the latest information about the biology, behavior and methods to help avoid Feline Infectious Peritonitis.

About the author(s)
Alice Wolf DVM, DACVIM, DABVP(Feline)

Dr. Wolf earned her DVM at U.C. Davis in 1976, and is currently a professor of Small Animal Medicine at Texas A&M University. She is married to Dr. James H. Johnson, Diplomate AAZV, and lists as her her "surrogate children" her 15 Peruvian Paso horses, one little red mule (Cincinnati Red), one Timneh Grey African Parrot (Benny Benin), 3 dogs (German shepherd (Cheyenne), Border terrier (Kasey), and Labrador retriever (Sombra).

She also enjoys horseback riding in general, sidesaddle riding in particular, gardening, bird and wildlife watching, and cooking. Her favorite quote:

"Life is uncertain, eat dessert first."

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