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Posted on Oct.24, 2011, under Tutorial
Ringworm is an infection of skin, hair, or claws caused by a type of fungus known as dermatophyte. Almost all of ringworm in cats caused by the fungus Microsporum canis. The fungi spread easily to people primarily by direct contact or contaminated objects. The infection happen depends on fungal species, and also host factors (age, health, nutrition, grooming habits).
Infected cats can develop circular, bald, scaly patches with broken hairs in ring-like whirls. The most common areas for ringworm are face, ear tips, tail, and feet. Your veterinarian will diagnose ringworm by fungal culture, UV lamp examination or microscopic examination. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.09, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
For use on horses, cattle, sheep, cats and dogs. For use as a first aid in control of capillary bleeding after dehorning, and in minor cuts and wounds. For external use only. Also for use when bleeding is caused by clipping nails or claws or tail docking. Not for human use. Apply Blood Stop Powder freely to bleeding wound area. Do not apply or use in deep or puncture wounds or in body cavities.
Ingredients: Ferrous sulfate 7H2O 84%, chloroxylenol 1 %, ammonium alum 5%, In a free flowing absorbent base. Not sterilized. If redness irritation or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Product Details.
Posted on Jan.27, 2011, under Pet Games
- Nurse all of the animals back to health through cases using your veterinary skills and tender loving, caring touch.
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You love animals and the6y love you. Now you can pamper and rescue all your favorite creatures at your own pet clinic. Nurture and love the animals to grow your business and become every animal’s best friend.
Posted on Dec.08, 2008, under Veterinary Drug
An antiseptic to aid in wound healing and in prevention of topical bacterial and fungal infections -including wounds, cuts, abrasions, ears, hooves, udders, declaws, ear cropping, navel dipping, tail docking, castrations and surgical site preparations.
A third generation iodine solution with high activity and low dermal toxicity for use on horses, dogs and farm animals.
Three times as active as povidone iodine and tincture of iodine.
Has a broader range of activity against bacterial and fungal infections.
Does not sting upon application. (continue reading…)
Posted on Sep.17, 2007, under Misc
This book in general contains excellent descriptions of the majority of practice required by procedures. The good diagrams and has a better orthopedic section than other texts. Should be in the library of all the general practices.
The 3rd edition of this traditional handbook continues to be used as resource one-stop with information quite founded on all the aspects of small animal surgery. The insurance includes basic procedures such as spays, castrations, and declaws, as of the consulting-rooms more advanced which could be the specialists aimed such as the craniotomy, ventral slits, and the lobectomy of lung. The discussions of the general surgical procedures include the sterile technique, the surgical instrumentation, to suture, the care preoperative, and the antibiotic use. The principal sections médicalement provide the suitable insurance of the soft fabric surgery, the orthopedic surgery, and the neurosurgery.