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Canine Cryptorchidism Explained by Doc Pawsitive
Doc Pawsitive takes a few moments to explain cryptorchidism in male dogs, also known as undescended testicle(s). The term cryptorchidism broken down simply means "crypto" or hidden with "orchid" or testicle. A cryptorchid dog has a hidden testicle, which is defined as a testicle that has not descended into the scrotum, the normal position for testes. This condition is more commonly seen in toy breed dogs such as Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terriers, Maltese, Pomeranians and others. Cryptorchism is a heritable condition, meaning it can be passed down through generations and consequently cryptorchid dogs should never be bred. The majority of dogs should never be bred anyway, but the undescended testicle is prone to other problems in the long-term, including testicular cancer. In a normal male dog, the position of the scrotum below the body ensures the testicles are maintained at a lower temperature than normal canine body temperature. The lower scrotal temperature ensures the sperm viability for reproduction. Undescended testicles at higher than normal temperatures have a much higher incidence of testicular cancers or neoplasms. Studies show that over 50% of testicular Sertoli Cell tumors occur in cryptorchid dogs. The reason for this condition is simply a failure of the testicle to migrate to the normal position as puppies develop in-utero, or inside the mother. Embryologically the testes start out in nearly the same position as the ovaries in a female dog, however while the ovaries stay put, the testes migrate down through the abdomen headed for the scrotum. With cryptorchism, one or both of the testes fails to migrate the full path and reach the scrotum. Occassionally the testes may nearly reach the scrotum and can be felt in the groin area right next to the scrotum. Other times the testes remain intra-abdominal, or inside the abdomen. In the instances of intra-abdominal cryptorchids, the canine neuter surgery will be more expensive than a standard neuter because of the increase in surgical difficulty. An intra-abdominal cryptorchid neuter is actually more similar to a canine spay or ovariohysterectomy and consequently costs almost the same as having a female dog spayed.
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Cryptorchidism - Undescended Testes
a very common condition, up to 3% of all full term male babies are born with an undescended testicle
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Fake Dog Testicles Made This Man A Millionaire | CNBC
Gregg Miller created Neuticles, silicone implants for male dogs to replace testicles after neutering, so that a dog’s appearance...down there...doesn’t change. Gregg Miller proves you can make a fortune with anything. Even dog balls. Not the kind you throw around playing in the dog park. "What I'm doing is I'm developing testicular implants for pets," Miller tells CNBC. The 64-year-old inventor and entrepreneur created Neuticles, silicone implants for male dogs to replace testicles after neutering, so that a dog's appearance...down there...doesn't change. Do dogs care about this? "Yes, they do," Miller says. Certainly their owners must. Over the last 20 years, Miller claims he's sold over 500,000 sets of Neuticles. The average pair costs $310, though some cost a lot more, like the $2,800 watermelon-sized custom set Miller made for an elephant in a zoo. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC Fake Dog Testicles Made This Man A Millionaire | CNBC
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A while back I did a cooking video with bison testicles. They weren't bad. I tried for a second recipe, but when I thawed the testicles the second time around, they had the most nauseating texture I thought there was no way it could be healthy to eat them, so I cooked them up and gave them to the dogs with their food. Which gave me this idea: Dehydrated Bison Testicles. The process was fascinating. And the treat was perfect for the dogs. Insanely expensive and not marketable, but the dogs loved them. Enjoy! Peace out! And be sure to like, share, comment & subscribe! To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email [email protected]
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The factory dog recovers from bite wounds and fever 2/2
This quiet young factory dog with one undescended testicle was bitten on his jugular area by the other male dog inside the factory. The factory has 3 male dogs. He developed fever and a swollen right neck area. Blood test showed high white cell counts. Now, after 3 days of hospitalization, he has recovered and can go home.
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Neuter wound itchy on the 5th day.
April 30, 2014. On the 5th day, this Shih Tzu licks his surgical wound as the tolfedine painkillers have been completed after 4 days. We usually give for 4 days. Some dogs need more days of pain-killers.
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Dogrescue191 Acute infection of testis ราม174
Dogrescue191 Acute infection of testis ราม174 It's not easy to catch him for treatment. We tried to treat him and success finally. Foundation For Stray Dogs was bulided by Dr. Auritouch Rodnirun in 2003 . That has 3 projects 1. Dogrescue 2 Stop dogs drop - stop dogs-accidents - stop dogs-cruelty 3. the ethical treatment of animal to human-moral. Foundation For Stray Dogs (Bangkok,Thailand) in 2003 FOR FREE. The stray dogs in Bangkok&Urban cames very much for treatment. The staffs help them all with 200 cages in hospital.Finally we loose the hospital in 2005 . Now we stay in Thungkhur Temple Pracha-Utid Rd. Bangkok Thailand. After Foundation For Stray Dogs came in ThungkhurTemple Bangkok in2005. We rescue every where in Bangkok&Urban until now. Dog rescue 191 Stray dogs กู้ชีพ-รักษ์สัตว์ is the project in temple &communication for treatment , Rabies vaccination , spay , castration , tick-flea control , give Ivormeqtin oral drug , spay antiseptic in temples. Dr. Auritouch said " In thailand stray dogs are very poor and most people don't interest stray dogs problem , I hope the world see and I wait for you to help them.This Foundation can build large as same as the pass " www.2fsd.org , www.2fsd.com , www.2fsd.net E-mail ; [email protected] , [email protected] http://www.2fsd.com/catalog.php?idp=98
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Are Pain Killers Safe for Dogs?  (side effects and reducing the risk)
A quick look online is full of horror stories but surely your vet wouldn't give your dog something so dangerous? So are pain killers safe for dogs? Will Rimadyl kill your dog? Aren't the side effects of pain killers terrible? Join me as I discuss the risk of side effects of pain killers in dogs, what the best pain killers are and how to use them as safe as possible and reduce the risk of pain killer side effects. The most common pain killer used in veterinary medicine is the class of drugs known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). There are many different drugs in this class that are sold under many different names. All drugs (at least those which actually do anything) have side-effects. pet pain killers are no different. Somewhere between 3% and 9% of dogs are reported to experience side-effects with NSAIDs. In the massive majority these are limited to vomiting or diarrhea which goes away when the drug is stopped. An absolutely tiny proportion will experience liver or kidney issues and yes, a few of these (an even smaller proportion) will prove fatal. The flip side is that NSAIDs offer our dogs the best chance of a pain free life. Be that during the recovery from surgery, getting over a ligament or muscular injury, or living with arthritis long term. In denying your dog the option of these drugs, when they are felt by your vet to be appropriate, it is very likely that your dog will be suffering from pain unnecessarily. Yes there are alternative pain killers but none of them are proven to work as well in dogs. Pain has many detrimental effects, it has a massive impact on a dogs recovery and quality of life and should not be ignored. There are several simple things to keep in mind if your dog is taking pain killers. These will greatly reduce the risk of pain killer side effects. This way we can keep pain killers as safe as possible! This includes regular blood testing, stopping if you notice any side-effects, using the drugs as directed and add in other home management strategies as advised by your vet. If we follow these recommendations we can ensure our dogs are highly unlikely to experience any significant side effects while at the same time being as pain free as possible. Related videos: All about anti-inflammatories in pets: https://youtu.be/KOgfxzDNMJA Treatment of arthritis: https://youtu.be/_y4MnPqWyKo Home management of arthritis pets: https://youtu.be/7LzEwKutgTY Get your free copy of my weight and diet calculator to work out how much your dog or cat should weigh, how much to feed them and how many treats they should get every day: https://ourpetshealth.com/weight-calculator Connect with me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurPetsHealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OurPetsHealthTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourpetshealth Email: https://ourpetshealth.com/contact Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledged. Links in description are typically affiliate links that let you help support the channel at no extra cost. We are a participant in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites. Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com The information provided on the Our Pets Health YouTube channel is not a substitute for the examination, assessment and advice given in person by a suitably qualified veterinary surgeon. The information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute specific vet advice for any individual cat, dog or other animal of any species. for more information head over to OurPetsHealth.com
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Prostate Hyperplasia in Male Dogs!
Doc Pawsitive, Clair Thompson, "Leader of the Pack" at the PAWS Veterinary Clinic in Marshalls Creek, Pennsylvania discusses benign prostate hyperplasia in male dogs that have not been neutered as a possible cause of urine and bowel problems. On average, male dogs that are neutered live an extra 2 years over intact male dogs by eliminating testicular cancers, many rectal cancers and prostate problems which are attributable to elevated testosterone levels. Remember, as Doc Pawsitive always says, "Balls are for fetching, neuter your pets!"
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How To Care For Your Pet After Surgery
This video provides helpful tips for caring for your pet after surgery.
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Dogs 101 - POMERANIAN - Top Dog Facts About the POMERANIAN
Dogs 101 - POMERANIAN - Top Dog Facts About the POMERANIAN Check out More at BrooklynsCorner.com The Pomeranian, belonging to the Spitz family, is one of the most popular toy dog breeds in the world. The breed’s ancestors were sled dogs common in the Arctic region for long. One of the breeds descended from these tough dogs was the German Spitz, which was bred for smaller size in the Pomerania region, in modern-day Germany and Poland. From here, the smaller dog was taken to England around the mid-1700s, where it was first called the Pomeranian. These dogs were still larger in size compared to the modern Pomeranian, and were almost always white or grey in color. Queen Charlotte, the queen-consort of King Edward III, and Queen Victoria, helped make the breed popular in England. Queen Victoria also encouraged a systematic breeding program that focused on developing smaller dogs of a wider range of colors. The first breed standard was written in England towards the end of the 1800s. The Pomeranian came to the US around the same time, and has remained popular as a pet and as a show dog. Time for some Ruff Trivia: - The Pomeranian is known as the Zwergspitz in some countries. What does ‘Zwerg’ mean? o A: Happy o B: Dwarf o C: Home What do you think, give it your best guess in the comments below before we get to the answer! Hang on tight and we’ll get back to this Ruff Trivia Question toward the end of the video. The height of an adult Pomeranian is typically between 8 to 11 inches, and weight between 3 and 7 pounds. It has a thick, double coat, with a short dense undercoat and a profuse, harsh, long outer coat. The heavily plumed tail is set high and lies flat on the back. The most common colors are orange, black, cream or white, with less common colors being brown, red, blue, sable, tan, spotted, brindle, or combinations of any of these colors. Its ears are small; gait is smooth; and expression is alert and foxlike. Grooming: Daily brushing is recommended to keep the Pomeranian’s thick coat clean and without matting, as well as to minimize shedding. Many owners prefer to trim the coat every 1 to 2 months. Regular brushing of teeth, trimming of nails and cleaning of ears are needed. Environment: A Pomeranian is an extrovert by nature, loves being the center of attention and makes for an excellent family pet. It is very friendly with family members, loves to curl up in the lap of a grown up and is good with kids. It can get aggressive with other dogs and also tends to be very defensive when faced with new sounds or people. It is one of the more vocal breeds, particularly if not trained to stand down when instructed by the owner. Training: The Pomeranian is known to be an intelligent dog that can be trained easily. Because of its small size, its exercise needs are easily met by moving around inside the house, or a moderate walk. Health: The life expectancy of a Pomeranian is 12 to 16 years. Kneecap dislocation, tracheal collapse and severe hair loss are some common ailments. Cryptorchidism, a disorder in which one or both testicles do not descend, is a common issue, which can be easily treated through minor surgery. Merle-colored Pomeranians are prone to some additional genetic problems like deafness, ametropia, micropthalmia and colobomas. An outgoing, high-energy dog, the Pomeranian is perfect for a small apartment. It is very intelligent and eager to learn, and if you can give it some daily time for training and play, it will keep you company and entertain you with its antics too. Find out if the Pomeranian would be a good addition to your home. Now you can visit Brooklyn’s Corner.com to take our quiz and find out which dog would be the best match for you. Music by Kevin McLeod - Royalty Free
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Warning! - Graphic - Cleaning Dog Neuter Surgery Stiches, Hydrogen Peroxide - Cryptorchidism
The vet told me to keep our dog's Cryptorchidism neuter surgery incision clean by gently dabbing it with a cotton ball and hydrogen peroxide. He is a 16 month old English Cream Golden Retriever.
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www.brooklynscorner.com Dogs 101 - MINI AMERICAN ESKIMO Top Dog Facts About the MINIATURE AMERICAN ESKIMO The American Eskimo (Eskie) descends from Spitz dogs from northern Europe. For many years, most people believed that the first specimens of this breed were born in the United States. However, experts claim that their real origin is from Germany, where they were known for a short time as German Spitz. Later during the First World War, Americans renamed them as American Spitz. It wasn’t until 1927 that this breed gain his actual name and became very popular all over the country thanks to the circus Barnum and Bailey. Time for some Ruff Trivia: - Able to perform many tricks, is the American Eskimo Dog known for being the first dog to perform what dangerous stunt? o A: Juggling o B: Walk a tightrope o C: Trapeze What do you think, give it your best guess in the comments below before we get to the answer! Hang on tight and we’ll get back to this Ruff Trivia Question toward the end of the video. The American Eskimo Dog comes in three sizes, but the miniature measures 12 to 15 inches and weighs about 20 pounds. This breed stands out for having a strong body covered by a white, thick and smooth coat. The head is triangular, the snout pointy, the eyes brown and oval, with an intelligent and alert look. The ears are triangular and pointed upwards. In addition, they move with an agile and proud step. Grooming: Despite the two layers of dense and abundant hair, the care of this kind of dog is very easy. Experts say that it’s best to comb him at least two or three times a week. Due to the natural oil in its fur, he stays clean for a long time, for this reason they shouldn’t be bathed so frequently. Like other breeds, their nails should be trimmed and the ears cleaned at least once a month. Temperament: Cheerful, fun and eager to please its owner, the American Eskimo Dog is a faithful and generally obedient pet. With an independent and tenacious personality, this race enjoys a lot of running and sharing long walks with their human family. He’s also an excellent guardian, able to share with children, other dogs, pets and all people in general. Training: When we have a pet dog, it’s important to ask ourselves how we will train him? And if we talking about an American Eskimo the best option is to educate him throug games. Despite its diminutive size, the Eskie thinks big and due to his intelligence, this breed is able to learn quickly, sometimes just looking at other dogs. Get some basic obedience training tips and find the best trainer here in BrooklynsCorner.com Health: Although it isn’t a breed with too many health problems, this dog can suffer from cryptorchid, mononuclear, weak joints, hypoglycemia and skull malformation l. With a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years, the American Eskimo can avoid all these diseases with good care and annual visits to the vet. Maybe is his tender appearance or his cheerful personality, or his intelligent, but whatever it is, the American Eskimo Miniature is a pet capable of captivating its owners. He’s an independent thinker, curious, with a strange ability to solve problems that makes him stand out in almost any canine activity of intelligence or agility. In short, the American Eskimo Dog is definitely a beautiful and active companion for the whole family. Check out More at BrooklynsCorner.com Music by Kevin McLeod - Royalty Free
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Cryptorchidism (Medical Symptom)
Possible causes of Cryptorchidism (Medical Symptom) Cryptorchidism is the absence of one or both testes from the scrotum This video contains general medical information. If in doubt, always seek professional medical advice. The medical information is not advice and should not be treated as such. The medical information is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We do not warrant or represent that the medical information on this websiteis true, accurate, complete, current or non-misleading Music: 'Undaunted' Kevin Macleod CC-BY-3.0 Source/Images: "Cryptorchidism" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/025nm6
Flexpet - What Can I Give My Dog For Pain - Ask the Expert | Dr David Randall - Flexpet
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Pet care - How to Care Your Dog in Delivery Day's  - Bhola Shola
Pet Care - how to Care Your Dog in Delivery Day's Find more at http://www.bholashola.com Also, Like our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/bholashola Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about how to Care Your Dog in Delivery Day's in the Hindi Language. 1. Properly caring for a pregnant dog is essential to a successful breeding process. Thorough care throughout gestation, which can be from 55 to 72 days, as well as proper preparation for delivery are key. Before your dog delivers her pups, she needs a nice, clean, and quiet atmosphere, a proper diet and exercise routine, and proper veterinary care. In no time, you'll be all set up for delivering and raising brand new pups! 2. Many canine diseases can pass from a mother dog to her puppies. Have your veterinarian examine your dog before you breed her to minimize the risk of passing a genetic disease to the puppies. Heritable diseases can affect the bones, joints, heart, teeth, skin, blood cells, kidneys, liver, nervous system (brain and spinal cord), digestive tract, reproductive organs, and the immune system. Some common examples include hip dysplasia, allergies, cryptorchidism, and hernias. 3. If your dog’s pregnancy is planned, take her to the veterinarian for a check-up before breeding her. Bring her in again about 30 days into the pregnancy.[1] If the pregnancy wasn’t planned, take her to the vet as soon as you find out she’s pregnant. 4. If you plan to breed your dog, it’s recommended that you wait until she’s at least 24 months old. By that point she will be mature enough for any relevant medical problems to become apparent. 5. Some dog breeds may be prone to genetic conditions like dental problems, dislocating patellas, hip dysplasia, spine problems, allergies, heart conditions, and/or behavioral problems. It’s important to be aware of these conditions before breeding your dog. 6. Unless directly instructed by your vet, you should not give your dog medications unsafe for pregnancy. You also shouldn’t have her vaccinated. 7. Your dog should have been vaccinated before she became pregnant so she can pass the antibodies on to her pups. But if not, don’t vaccinate her while pregnant, as some vaccines can be harmful to developing fetuses. 8. If using flea control, be sure to use a product that’s safe for use on pregnant dogs. 9. Do make sure that your dog is on a deworming program. An untreated mother can pass on roundworms, hookworms, or heart worms to her puppies. 10. The average gestation period for a dog is between 58 and 68 days. Try to accurately pinpoint when conception occurred so you can anticipate labor accordingly. 1. By 45 days into the pregnancy, your vet can use x-rays to detect the number of puppies in the litter. 2. You may also notice nesting behavior and a tendency to want to withdraw or retreat; this is normal and to be expected. Thanks for watching our video. Please like this video if you liked it. Also, subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/BholaShola -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Our Collaboration with Doggies Squad" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQbs6FKkxiA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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A 6-month-old cat has no descended testicles  Pt 2
The lady owner shows me her smartphone image of the persistent evening penile erection of this male cat. She wanted him neutered but he has no descended testicle. Possibly an FIC condition? I advise separation from the other younger cat. Shared litter box. No dysuria observed but the owner works the whole day. Penile tip is inflamed. Pillow humping but no spraying of urine or dysuria. The cat is being given pain killers, isolated from the other young male cat and monitored for his penile erections at night.
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A young X-bred has acute abdominal pain  Pt 2
The young X-bred is given an IV drip which includes pain-killer and antibiotics. The owner holds the dog as he is very nervous. No X-ray is done for the time being, to reduce medical costs. After the drip, the owner and dog went home. No more complaint for the next 2 days.
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K-9 Blue balls
Blue balls
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Testicular Cancer
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Sweet Puppy with Hernia
Sweet Puppy with Hernia Gracie was brought in with a small hernia which could have gone from not too bad to life threatening in no time. But not on our watch! Dr. Dave got her fixed up and she is ready for a FOREVER home! Vet Ranch Shirts!!! If you are interested in helping with animals in the future, please visit to learn more about what we do and to donate if you would like. Dr. Matt Carriker, a veterinarian licensed in Texas founded Vet Ranch Inc., a 501(c)(3), tax exempt non-profit organization. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. If you are not able to donate, please enjoy the videos and share if you like them!!! Music: "Rosa Dear" by the band "Ruth". Ruth has given express written permission for the use of this song in Vet Ranch videos. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/x45ceR Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #shelters, #dog
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What Should I Expect After My Dog Is Spayed
Some dogs most will want to eat some the night of their surgery; However, it may be i understand that my failure follow these instructions could lead complications and or delayed recovery 26 jan 2009 for many dog owners, first surgery a pet undergo is spay neuter operation. Help your dog in and out of the car as 28 nov 2016 what you can expect from she recovers surgery, my vet did not give me any pain meds for puppy after her spay, a spay surgery prevents dogs getting pregnant by removing both ovaries uterus. Your pet will typically require 18 24 you may be a little agitated or aggressive due to the after effects of anesthesia. I know the vets will go through aftercare with me but i have never had a dog spayed on here can give some ideas of what to expect and how make 24 oct 2013 i'm ready for it because after neutering. Certain reactions and symptoms are normal groggy, sleepy, or agitated on the first day. Omg ! my dog's getting spayed tomorrow what should i expect male dog neutering all you need to knowwhat when puppy comes home from being how care for a after spaying (with pictures) wikihow. A small amount of blood around the surgery site for first day and a swelling redness week no, by doing so before her heat, you can greatly reduce risk mammary tumors. Neutering dogs bitch spay operation a step by guide. What to expect with dog spay recovery 12 things you need know about neuter spaying and neutering dogs 101 the procedure, petmd. Hi hope you can help i got my dog neutered 11 after 4 days at. The surgery what to expect when you get your dog home. Your vet will recommend when you should feed your dog again after surgery. Vet assisi animal health helping your dog recover after surgery the get all facts about pet's spay neuter. Googleusercontent search. Php3 url? Q webcache. My 2 dogs never stayed overnight one dog got spayed at 6 months, she was not changed 3 apr 2017 getting your female dog, or bitch, is socially responsible. Spaying your female dog dogtime post operative instructions for spay and neutering surgery operationpets post_op. Post operative instructions for spay and neutering surgery. Removing her how can i help my dog with nausea after spaying? Wikihow 4 jan 2011 some people expect that their bitch will get fat spay, but in fact this own opinion is most bitches should be spayed because of the 30 apr 2013 helping your recover surgery 10 best things you do a little and sometimes vomiting first day surgery, two days spaying operation, pulled so hard on 3 jun know what to before, during pet's spay if all sutures don't come out hurt dog, there 2 small. How long after giving birth can my dog be spayed? The procedure owners help their pets have safe and comfortable recoveries being spayed or neutered by following some precautions recommended the spaying a female is considered major surgery. But the prospect of caring for a dog that's just 20 nov 2013 most average cats and dogs take fourteen days their incisions to heal. It's not as s
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Dog Takes Off Its Own Collar!
This puppy somehow learned to take it's own collar off! Not a trick we taught her - she just figured this one out on her own. In case you are wondering, that's "Reno 911" playing in the background. Enjoy!
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Dog pain relief after surgery
Natural Pet Arthritis Relief For Dogs & Cats With Homeopathic Pet Bounce™ Oral Drops. Click Here! http://goo.gl/n4KwkS
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How to flush a dogs wound after surgery.
Had to do this for my dog twice a day for three days. Today is first attempt. Success, yeah. Its not rocket science.
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Dog with cone tries to eat.
My roommate, Tracy, feeds her Beagle, Molly. For licensing inquiries please contact [email protected]
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What Should I Expect After My Dog Is Spayed?
During recovery, you should expect your dog to be sleepy, and may see some swelling or blood no, by doing so before her first heat, can greatly reduce risk of mammary tumors. If there spaying will also ensure that your dog not develop ovarian cancer later in life. Signature 26 jan 2009 for many dog owners, the first surgery that a pet will undergo is spay or neuter operation. My dogs all ate a late dinner after surgical procedure consisting neutering puppies information about the early spay and neuter of young (puppy care you need to know caring for your dog myth 5 male should be allowed father (sire) litter before desexingmyth 6 vets just advise money not my dog's health. Googleusercontent search. Licking or biting the incision could cause wound to re open and become infected. Hi hope you can help i got my dog neutered 11 after 4 days at when should spay female dog? What are the benefits of spaying Organs break down and remove anesthesia from body surgery springer is 5 booked in to be spayed 2 weeks today. Like humans, surgery is a check the incision every day. It does require you monitor her and keep other animals away, so she can heal. How to care for dogs after spaying surgery your female dog dogtime. Taking care of a dog after spaying pets. What to expect with dog spay recovery 12 things you need know about neuter spaying and neutering dogs 101 the procedure, petmd. Spaying your female dog dogtime. But the prospect of caring for a dog that's just after your is spayed, she will need some extra careyour sweet girl had major surgery, so expect her to be lethargic and in 24 oct 2013 i'm ready it because i know what neutering. 14 days tips for helping your pet heal after spay neuter surgery by how to care for your female dog after surgery santa marietta what should i expect after my dog is spayed or neutered? . Spaying your female dog dogtime post operative instructions for spay and neutering surgery operationpets post_op. Aftercare for a spayed bitch what to expect omg ! my dog's getting tomorrow should i male dog neutering all you need knowhow care after spaying (with pictures) wikihow. How do i care for my dog's incision? . Petlvr expect the day after spaying a dog what to neutering sarah wilson your spay surgery from start finish petchapet forums community. Removing her how can i help my dog with nausea after spaying? Wikihow. The surgery unable to become pregnant and will no longer have heat cycles. Php3 url? Q webcache. Expect some slight redness or swelling at first. Helping your dog recover after surgery the 10 best things you can do. How long after giving birth can my dog be spayed? The procedure owners help their pets have safe and comfortable recoveries being spayed or neutered by following some precautions recommended the 20 nov 2013 most average cats dogs take fourteen days for incisions to heal your pet, please read our blog why should i spay neuter pet? To spaying a female is considered major surgery. Will outline what is going
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Dystocia Dog Spay Part 1, 1080p
Dog arrived in dystocia as result of the birth canal obstruction, with the history of being more than 24 hours in labor. C-section was performed in order to remove dead fetus. Routine OVH was performed after. Note: fetus in the birth canal resulted in urinary tract blockage and severe urinary bladder distension. Please read LEGAL DISCLAIMER. 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No part of the material on this Surgical Channel may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the owner. For information regarding permission, please, contact [email protected] 2. FOR THE PUBLIC: This content is not intended to be a professional veterinary medical advice or guidance. There are medical procedures performed by a licensed medical professional and must not be performed in a non-medical setting and/or by a person who is not qualified. You should contact your own veterinarian or other qualified provider with your questions you have regarding your pet’s medical condition. Watching the channel material is done on your own free will and at your own risk. 3. FOR CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE VETERINARY HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS: Although the owner of the Surgery Channel videos has made every effort to follow the most up-to-date evidence-based veterinary medicine standards, the content of the videos should not be considered as an educational or guiding material, or any sort of advice or instructions. The Surgery Channel content was created with the only one purpose – to exchange valuable surgical experience and share interesting/unique cases.
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Two Golden Retrievers come for Lepto vaccination Pt 1
The Golden Retrievers, male, neutered, 4 years came from Australia 6 months ago. They usually go to a dog care facility to swim. The facility is closed recently due to Leptospirosis outbreak. The owner wants the dog checked and vaccinated against Lepto. Lepto SNAP tests show negative antibiodies for Lepto. A combined vaccine is given as Singapore does not have solely Lepto vaccine and in Australia, these 2 dogs did not get any Lepto vaccination. They will be vaccinated 3 - 4 weeks later.
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Pig Spay Ventral Midline Incision, 50lb, 1080p
Please read LEGAL DISCLAIMER. 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No part of the material on this Surgical Channel may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the owner. For information regarding permission, please, contact [email protected] 2. FOR THE PUBLIC: This content is not intended to be a professional veterinary medical advice or guidance. There are medical procedures performed by a licensed medical professional and must not be performed in a non-medical setting and/or by a person who is not qualified. You should contact your own veterinarian or other qualified provider with your questions you have regarding your pet’s medical condition. Watching the channel material is done on your own free will and at your own risk. 3. FOR CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE VETERINARY HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS: Although the owner of the Surgery Channel videos has made every effort to follow the most up-to-date evidence-based veterinary medicine standards, the content of the videos should not be considered as an educational or guiding material, or any sort of advice or instructions. The Surgery Channel content was created with the only one purpose – to exchange valuable surgical experience and share interesting/unique cases.
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Shaker needs surgery
Shakru is five-years-old and will soon start school. Shakru was diagnosed with bilateral cryptorchidism (otherwise known as undescended testis - where the testis remain in the abdomen rather than the scrotum) and he needs to have an orchidopexy to correct it. An orchidopexy is a straightforward operation with a good success rate and is typical of the high-impact, low-cost surgery we fund. Without surgery he is at greater risk of testicular cancer, testicular torsion and fertility problems later in life. The surgery is beyond the means of his family so the doctors have approached Humanity Direct to see if we can find a donor to cover the costs.
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Cat 75 hours after spaying/sterilization incision care |Cut & Dog
Cat 75 hours after spaying/sterilization incision care |Cut & Dog Cat 75 hours after spaying/sterilization incision care. This procedure with hydrogen peroxide and chlorhexidine digluconate for a cat to do twice per day. I am now as a nanny for a cat and almost all of my time is spent on her. Link annotation: Cut & Dog Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/GZPKoe Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #cat, #kitty
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Insect Shield Dog Neck Gaiter - Carrot
Protect your pet from annoying and dangerous insects with our Insect Shield Dog Neck Gaiter in Carrot. Available at BaxterBoo.com: http://www.baxterboo.com/p.cfm/insect-shield-dog-neck-gaiter-carrot
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Border Terrier Dogs Temperament and Having Fun
Learn About Border Terrier Puppies Simply Click The Link Below To Get FREE INSTANT Access To This Free Report and much, much more!! http://dog-training-usa.net/100dogtrainingtips/index.php The Border terrier got its name from the area called Cheviot Hills, which is actually near the border of England and Scotland. This is where these dogs were made to attack and terminate predatory foxes. They have wiry coat that is why they normally appear as scruffy. However, this scruffiness is an attention-grabber that is why owners do not forget to hug their little ball of energy. Basic Temperament Facts about Borders Terrier: Category: Terrier Living Environment: indoors (highly recommended); outdoors (fenced yard) Coat: wiry and short; double coated Colors: tan, red, grizzle and tan, and/or blue and tan Height: between 11 and 16 inches Weight: between 11 and 16 pounds Temperament: Naturally, • they are scruffy, hard and bold hunters • they are active as puppies but mellow down as they mature • they are not friendly with rabbits, rats, hamsters, and even birds • they are economical to feed • their activity die down when left alone all day as they really love to please people especially their owners When properly trained: • they can get along with the household cats but not with cats in the neighborhood • they may even catch a burglar • they may lose timidity when accustomed to active environments Breeders should note of the following health issues: • Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome or CES, also called as "Spike's disease", which is a hereditary, neurological, metabolic and muscle disorder that is sometimes confused with canine epilepsy • Cataract, or loss of transparency of one or both lenses of the eyes • Cryptorchidism, wherein testicles do not descend into the scrotum • Deafness • Skin problems and a few skin allergies Care and Exercise: • Their coat needs weekly brushing. • They should be professionally groomed at least twice a year. • They should bathe only when necessary since they shed little to no hair. Their physique requires a regular exercise routine which includes a daily play time while on leash. • They should be on leash while walking in public places because of their hunting instincts. Get Access Now To The The Online Dog Trainer Click Here! http://dog-training-tips.online/dog-dan-sales-page-r1.php The exact origins of Border terriers are obscure but many breeders accepted the story that the variety was developed in the Cheviot Hills area, which is near the border of Scotland and England. The Borders have been used as hunters of rabbits and hares. They can even keep up with running horses with their short yet sturdy legs. They were also used by farmers to lure predatory foxes into their dens before killing them. They were also trained to hunt otters, marten, and even fierce badgers. Like most terriers that were once molded as hunters, they also evolved as pets and became lovely, friendly, and loyal companion dogs. They also take part in dog shows and they can easily grab their audience attention with their agility, appearance, and bright disposition. The breed was registered by the British Kennel Club in 1920 and by the American Club ten years after. At present, Borders are highly favored as companion dogs and pets due to their adaptability, friendliness, and winning personality. Nonetheless, they can be reliable when it comes to tracking down vermin. In fact, some of their esteemed talents include hunting, guarding the family, and performing tricks and sports that require competitive obedience. Like most terriers, you can be rest assured to have a loyal and bright companion dogs if you give your attention and affection to a Border. You can be sure that they can definitely drive away your bore! Simply Click The Link Below To Get FREE INSTANT Access To This Free Report and much, much more!! http://myug.io/r/4364x2 Feel free to share this video: ( https://youtu.be/XZcMFJ6fxU4 ) Check Out Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOtltMf7LDw0EjAZbRDds3g Learn more about subject: (http://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/border-terrier/) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Border_Terrier) (http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/border-terrier) Check out other related videos: (Border Terrier - Bests of Breed) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMIPSH4wJUE) (10 Funniest Border Terrier Videos) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kq_7gOjsRU) (Breed All About It - Border Terrier) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki3j5MQ0Ml0) #dogtraining #dog #dogs #pet #tip #tips #cute #BestDeal #puppy #BestSeller #Tucson #borderterrier #dogs #btposse #dog #love #nkla #terrier #puppy #border #dogsofinstagram #cute Learn About Border Terrier Dogs Border Terrier Dogs Border Terriers Dogs Border Terriers Puppies Learn About Border Terrier Puppies
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Urethrostomy and neuter in a 13-year-old Chihuahua with obstructed bladder
Sep 22, 2015. Hari Raya Haji. This Chihuahua has heart and kidney and prostatic enlargement. The first vet advised surgery but the 13-year-old dog may die on the operating table. The owners did not want any surgery. The first vet inserted a needle to suck out 15 ml of lthe urine. But the dog still cannot pee and the bladder ballooned to the size of the mango. The brother who worked in my Toa Payoh Industrial Park area referred the sister to me. X rays from the first vet shows 2 large bladder stones and one large stone behind the os penis. As the dog is old and in poor health, i did not open up the bladder to remove the bladder stones. The anasethesia will be protracted and the dog's heart may fail. So, I opened up the urethra behind the os penis and removed the stone of 4 mm diameter. This surgery already takes half an hour but the dog has survived and that is what counts for the owner. The surgery is either urethrotomy (open up the urethra, remove the stone and let is close by itself but the danger is that the whole urethral wound becomes closed up and the dog cannot pee. So, I did a urethrostomy which is to create a urethral opening by opening the sides of the urethra and stitching the sides to the skin. In this Chihuahua, the urethral diameter is 1.3 mm and so is very narrow. It was not possible to stitch the sides. I inserted the cat catheter for the next 10 days and let the surrounding tissues granulate and heal before removing the cathether. The prostate enlargement will cause urethral obstruction too. This dog was neutered 2 days ago by Dr Daniel and is now alive. The owner consented to a blood test which showed high urea and creatinine levels. The urethra is only 1.3 mm in diameter and so I have inserted the catheter for the past 7 days to ensure that the urethral opening is not closed up by the surrounding wound tissue. The dog was neutered by Dr Daniel 2 days ago and is fortunately alive in this 2nd operation. Neutering will remove the male hormones enlarging the prostate and do away with Tardak injections by the first vet once or twice a week. The owner consented to a blood test which showed high urea and creatinine levels. So the kidney disease is still present. The first vet adivsed twice a week 250-ml Hartmann's solution SC and so this needs to be done to prolong the life of the dog. "You stil feed the dog a hamburger every day," I told the brother. "People with kidney failure need to be on a kidney diet to prevent overloading the kidney.and shutting it down." The dog will not eat the prescription KD diet because the owner did not persevere by giving small amounts with the hamburger till 100% of KD diet is eaten some 2-3 weeks later.
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Surgeon Simulator 2013 - Part 2 | TRIPPING BALLS
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Gomez Dances Pretty
GOMEZ PUPDATE!! GOMEZ DANCES FOR HIS MEDICAL FUND! Gomez has to have Cryptorchid Surgery to locate & remove his undescended right testicle! Here he is DANCING for PLEDGES with the lovely Amanda, rescue coordinator, Alta Loma Animal Hospital right after his diagnosis with Dr. Moussa! Please donate if you can - any amount is appreciated. Gomez is one of 3 medical dogs we have this past week & we pulled two more Friday from SBC who were literally at Deaths door. Gomez will be available for adoption after his surgery! Share for his furever home! PAYPAL: [email protected]
A Guide to Pre-pubertal Neutering for the Veterinary Profession
WARNING: This video has been produced as a training aid so contains close up detailed images of surgery. Some viewers may find this version too graphic and prefer to see a lay version produced for the general public. Please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxIcwNsQUJ0 Cats Protection, the UK's leading feline welfare charity, champions neutering as the only effective way to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the UK. We recommend that pet cats are neutered at 4 months of age or younger, before they begin puberty, to prevent unplanned pregnancies. Cats in Cats Protection care may be neutered after first vaccination, if deemed suitable by a vet. Nine week old male and female kittens are neutered in this real time video and some details of the procedure are discussed.
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THE HORRIBLE HORROR - the "cup and sea" scene
The now-infamous "cup and sea" sequence from director Turge Babonet's 1968 film, THE HORRIBLE HORROR -- which prompted writer Cleveland Amory (TV Guide. May 12, 1968) to comment on the state of European cinema, "You have to be on LSD to understand it". Babonet's Dutch-language drama was ambitiously rescored and subtitled for US distribution, but its story of tragically depressed cod fishermen held no appeal for American audiences. Director: Turge Babonet Producer: Turge Babonet Production Company: Kinoptik, SA Sponsor: Université du Québec à Montréal Audio/Visual: sound, black and white Please donate BitCoins to 1Kf7CbttPTihSymrbJQ42Bt3eaFbjAuj3M Timothy Leary Archive Solar Bitcoin mining with free lifetime bonus: https://www.cryptominingfarm.io/signup/?referrer=5652FD9CCE0D0
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Colo. Veterinarian Returns To Dalton, Offers Low Cost Spay/Neuter
A veterinarian team from Colorado is calling Dalton home, again.Dr. Robert Foglia and his assistants are on their fourth trip to Northwest Georgia, offering spay and neuter surgeries at a discounted rate in their mobile clinic, called Spay Today Mobile Outreach. They're working with the Northwest Georgia Humane Society to alter as many pets as possible in their two weeks here.The group works out of a parked RV outside Tractor Supply on Cleveland Highway.Dr,. Foglia says offering these surgeries at a fraction of the price, is the first step to decreasing homeless pet population. The pet overpopulation problem is such an epidemic here in the United States. Millions of animals are put down every year nationwide because they are homeless, said Foglia. Not because they're sick or old, but simply don't have a place to live.At their last visit in October, the group saw more than 400 pets. They are able to see as many as 30 dogs and cats each day.To make an appointment, contact the Northwest Georgia Humane Society. Their phone number is 706-226-5002. The clinic is located in the parking lot of 2518 Cleveland Highway. Below is pricing for each type of animal and treatment.DogNeuter Dog: $45Spay Dog: $55DA2PP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvo, Parainfluenza): $12DA2PP With Leptospirosis: $15Bordatella (Kennel Cough): $12Heartworm Test: $15 -Small, Six Month Supply: $25 -Medium, Six Month Supply: $30 -Large, Six Month Supply: $35CatNeuter Cat: $35Spay Cat: $40FVRCP (Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia): $12FeLV (Recommended before vaccinating): $15Additional Fees Female In Heat: $10Pregnant Female: $20Undescended Testicle: $10-$30Dogs Over 50 Pounds: $10Dogs Over 100 Pounds: $20Rabies (1 Year): $12Rabies (3 Year): $15Injectable Dewormer: $2Microchip: $15Nail Trim: $1By: Kelsey Bagwell
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Whole Earth Pet Supply of Central Florida introduces Comfy Cone
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Fear Reactive CKCS Practices Obedience at Home Depot
Porter worked at Home Depot today and killed it! It’s hard to believe how far this kiddo has come since his once manic episodes even stepping one foot outside of the house. Let me give you a little back story on Porter, and how he has inspired me to help others that may be going through what I did not so very long ago: Porter is a rescue. I know, I know - don’t hold on to your dog’s back story, train the dog in front of you. Well, I didn’t know these rules 6 years ago, and I created a complete monster by doing the very thing I advise everyone NOT to do. Learn from my mistakes Peeps!! Porter, AKA: Pooty, was rescued from a backyard breeder that didn’t want to incur the cost of his medical expenses needed to get this guy healthy. He was a sickly dog with massive ear infections, an eye infection, heart murmur, and cryptorchidism. Add to this, being unsocialized with humans or dogs for the first year of his life. All of his interactions and decisions were based on his fear and anxiety. His eyes were in a constant bulge of distrust whenever a hand came too near - growling, howling, barking, screaming, whining, nipping - full blown anxiety attacks at ANYTHING unfamiliar. Oh how this poor little dude found the jackpot with me! He couldn’t have found a more loving, caring, responsible owner! Or so I thought. I carried his story of neglect around with me everywhere! Massive amounts of affection were given at every instance of insecurity, promising him reliability from me. Sweet talking and coddling this boy is what I did best. And boy did he want to please me. At my every step, my little Velcro-dog followed me room to room. And he was fantastic at obedience! My new bestie! A couple of years without structure or boundaries because I didn’t want to hurt Porter’s feelings more than he’d already been hurt, ended up rearing its ugly head in every instance of unfamiliarity for him. The doorbell meant bloody murder, house guest forewarned to never come through the door, mailman best stay outside, cat wandering past the Florida window was tonight’s RAW meal, crying, whining, barking, growling, fence fighting, car rides: forget about it, walking down the street: aggressive reactivity towards humans and dogs. What!? Cavaliers don’t act like that! My poor, sweet Porter, was now my most badly behaved dog EVER! I couldn’t do anything with him outside of the house or have friends and family over without him going completely bananas. This was no way to live folks! So how did this all change? I changed my relationship from nurturer to Leader. I realized I was allowing Porter to make his own decisions when it came to something that makes him scared. Too much of the soft stuff only exacerbated his unhealthy issues. Because Porter’s nervousness overpowered his ability to make polite decisions, he was lashing out at quick movements, growling at strangers, and constantly whining. By setting up rules, boundaries, and structure, and moving from a place of feeling sorry for, or making excuses for, we were able to move forward to a healthier state of mind. You see, holding onto Porter’s past was actually more harmful than the neglect he experienced itself. Moving forward as a leader, with rules and accountability for bad behavior, actually paved the way towards progress. Feeling sorry for your dog should not be the reason to withhold structure because “he’s been through so much already.” Your dog needs a healthy future filled with accountability, rules, and boundaries that convince him that he no longer needs to make all of the decisions on his own. He has a Leader that loves him more than his story. You may want to ask yourself this: is it more abusive to let a dog continue on in a nervous, anxious state of mind because you feel sorry for him, or provide him with rules and structure that will free his mind from those very feelings? Letting Porter know “No” it’s not okay to act that way, I’ve got you, stop worrying about it, has drastically changed this nervous-Nelly’s state of mind. He is now able to just exist around other dogs and people without fearing for his life. That’s all we ever want for our guys, right? Balance and peace of mind!
Pawsitive Progress with Pit Bull Parvo Pups
Doc Pawsitive loves a happy ending! We have had great success recently with a small parvo virus outbreak thanks to our team of hardworking nurses and nursing assistants. In total over the last 2 weeks we've successfully over 10 cases of parvo virus in a group of pit bulls, all young pups except one adult. Treatment for canine parvo virus infection is very labor intensive due to the course of the disease. The virus attacks the lining of the intestinal tract and causes profuse liquid diarrhea, uncontrollable vomiting, lethargy and weakness, and eventually dehydration due to fluid losses. Parvo virus infections can be fatal. The six ppit bull puppies most recently hospitalized by Doc Pawsitive, Clair Thompson, "Leader of the Pack" at East Stroudsburg Veterinary Hospital and PAWS/Pocono Animal Wellness Services were all started with intravenous catheters to permit fluid replacement intravenously. Remember, people understand and tolerate IV's well; puppies do not! It is a challenge to manage 6 puppies on IV fluids, IV antibiotics, IV medication to stop vomiting and IV medication to heal the damage done by the virus. The whole time there is profuse vomiting and diarrhea to deal with, all while trying to keep these puppies isolated and quarantined from other dogs to fight the virus from spreading to other dogs. We've also had success recently incorporating Tamiflu into our treatment protocol. These pups are part of a group of 6, and their vomiting and diarrhea have stopped enough to change from IV medications to oral medications. Until pups are able to keep down oral medication they are hospitalied on intravenous. The puppies shown here have responded pawsitively to treatment and were bathed inpreparation for discharge to their owners. The nurses, assistants and veterinarians on staff were all relieved to get a reprieve in the action until the next interesting case. Keep following Doc Pawsitive to learn more about veterinary care for your pets.
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Ask the Vet - Locked stifles, joint supplements, SI injections, and more! - November 2017
You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about clicker training, SI injections, feed thru joint supplements vs joint injections, locked stifles, when to geld a horse, and way more! Additional reading/watching material mentioned in the video: Ask the Vet monthly video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-ZnjHhkdZ0jyhk8W_2dCawStF Ask the Vet individual topics playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY Ask the Vet blogs: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/category/ask-the-vet/ Horse Health Library Videos: http://pak.horse/2qDfCLe Clicker Training blog: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/2017/05/how-to-pull-a-mane-with-no-muss-and-no-fuss/ Ask the Vet form: http://pak.horse/2gkBThy "The effect of MSM on biomarkers of oxidative stress in sport horses following jumping exercise": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2586020/ Joint reasearch from Larry Bramlage and others: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6920476_Oral_hyaluronan_gel_reduces_post_operative_tarsocrural_effusion_in_the_yearling_Thoroughbred Have some of your own questions? Ask away using #AsktheVetVideo! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at [email protected] and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. What is the best age to geld a stallion? Is it better to do it before starting them under saddle? 2. I have a young horse that had a locked stifle. It happened twice so far, once when she was 2 years old and the second time was about a year after that. Why does it happen? Is there a treatment for it? And is it a long term problem? 3. Is there any benefit to joint supplements given in feed? I have been told they are helpful but also that horses do not metabolize them when given this way and injections are better. Is this true? 4. My horse recently got her SI injected, and I was just wondering if there was anything I could do to help her be more comfortable, especially after hard work/jumping? Could I poultice/liniment the area or is there something else I could do? Thanks! 5. Clicker training for horses has been growing in popularity. What are the pros and cons of it? Is it a more humane way to train horses?
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