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Marc Dhumeaux


European, American and RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Internal Medicine

Honorary Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham

Department: Internal Medicine

Marc graduated from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse in 2007.  He then completed a small animal rotating internship at Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph (Canada), followed by a Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan (Canada).

He has worked extensively in small animal referral practices within France and Canada, completing a Master of Veterinary Science in 2012 at the University of Saskatchewan.  He is a Diplomate of the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine since 2012.

Marc joined the Internal Medicine referral team at Pride Veterinary Centre in July 2013 and has particular interests in haematology, infectious and immune–mediated disease, gastroenterology and nephrology. He also enjoys teaching others, a job he considers part of his role as a specialist, stating “I think you can often learn a lot from those that you teach.”

In the near future, he is interested in evaluating the potential difference between blood pressure taken at home by the owners and that taken in a hospital setting. This would allow us properly evaluate and treat those patients at risk for hypertension.

Marc enjoys photography, hiking and travelling in his spare time and has 2 dogs: a male mixed hound named Bentley and an exuberant female labrador named Loulotte. Both are from North America.


Adamany, J., Baiker, K., Dhumeaux, M., Allegrucci, C., Polledo, L. and Grau-Roma, L., 2017. Pathology in Practice. Hereditary nephropathy (familial nephropathy) in an English Cocker Spaniel. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 251(6), pp.661-664.

Edery, E.G., Scase, T., Kisielewicz, C. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2018. Comparison of standard single-bite with multiple-bite biopsy forceps for collection of gastrointestinal biopsies in dogs: a prospective study. Veterinary Record, pp.vetrec-2017.

Dor, C., Adamany, J.L., Kisielewicz, C., de Brot, S., Erles, K. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2018. Acquired urea cycle amino acid deficiency and hyperammonaemic encephalopathy in a cat with inflammatory bowel disease and chronic kidney disease. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 4(2), p.2055116918786750.

Mortier, J.R., Fina, C.J., Edery, E., White, C.L. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2017. Computed tomographic findings in three dogs naturally infected with Crenosoma vulpis. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound.

Adamany, J.L. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2016. Hypercalcaemia secondary to elevated 1, 25 dihydroxycholecalciferol in a dog with immune‐mediated polyarthritis. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 57(6), pp.323-326.

Adamany, J.L. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2014. Pimobendan: its place in managing feline heart failure. Companion Animal, 19(2), pp.102-105.

Kong, L.R., Snead, E.C., Burgess, H. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2014. Recurrent episodes of severe bleeding caused by congenital factor XIII deficiency in a dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 245(10), pp.1147-1152.

Boisseleau, A., Dhumeaux, M., Jossier, R., Haudiquet, P. 2014. Primary hyperparathroidism treated surgically in a dog. Le point vétérinaire 347 [in French]

Caney, S., Cortadellas, O., Dhumeaux, M., Nickel, R., 2014. Practical management of urinary tract disease. Veterinary Focus Special Edition, pp.56

Dhumeaux, M.P., 2013. Canine congestive heart failure; pimobendan is indicated at the early onset. L’essentiel. March [in French]

Dhumeaux, M.P., Snead, E.C., Epp, T.Y., Taylor, S.M., Carr, A.P., Dickinson, R.M. and Leis, M.L., 2012. Effects of a standardized anesthetic protocol on hematologic variables in healthy cats. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 14(10), pp.701-705.

Dhumeaux, M.P., Ammersbach, M., 2010. Idiopathic eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy in dogs: Report of two cases. Prat Med Chir Anim Comp, 45 pp.149-153[in French]

Dhumeaux, M.P., Snead, E.C., Hung, G.C. and Taylor, S.M., 2010. Progesterone intoxication inducing marked sedation in a cat. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery, 12(10), pp.811-813.

Dhumeaux, M.P. and Haudiquet, P.R., 2009. Primary pulmonary osteosarcoma treated by thoracoscopy-assisted lung resection in a dog. The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 50(7), p.755.

Dhumeaux, M.P., and Haudiquet, P.R., 2009. Peripheral polyneuropathy associated with an insulinoma in a dog. Le point Vétérinaire 40(294), pp.45-50 [in French]

Dhumeaux, M.P., 2008 Laboratory diagnosis of acute pancreatitis in dogs. Le point vétérinaire, 39(290), pp.14-15 [in French]

Dhumeaux, M.P., and Haudiquet, P.R., 2007. Surgical treatment of an intrathoracic tracheal rupture in a cat. Le Point Vétérinaire, 280, pp. 61-65 [in French]

Dhumeaux, M.P., and Haudiquet, P.R., 2007. Management of tracheal rupture in dogs and cats. Pratique vet 41, pp.7-10 [in French]

Oral presentations:

Royal Canin Scientific Meeting   La Grande Motte, France  May 20-21 2014

Uroliths in small animals: why do they occur?

Uroliths in small animals: how to get rid of them for good?


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