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Posted on September 16, 2010, under Veterinary Book
Animal Physiology presents all the branches of modern animal physiology with a strong emphasis on integration among physiological disciplines, ecology, and evolutionary biology. The book takes an entirely fresh approach to each topic. Its full-color illustrations include many novel, visually effective features to help students learn. Each of the 28 chapters starts with a brief animal example to engage student interest and demonstrate the value of the material that will be learned. The book inclu
Posted on September 8, 2007, under Misc
There are several effective methods to handle and restrain a cat. Your choice will depend on whether the individual animal is tranquil and cooperative or frightened and aggressive. When the cat is cooperative, routine procedures such as grooming, bathing, or even medicating are best carried out in quiet surroundings with a minimum of physical restraint. Approach the cat with confidence and handle it gently. Most cats can be coaxed into accepting the procedure and do not need to be restrained.
If the cat is frightened or in pain, take precautions to avoid injury. Lift the cat at once from behind by the nape of the neck and lower it into a cat carrier or a cloth bag such as a pillowcase. The material must not be airtight, or the cat will smother. Once inside with no way to see out, the animal will feel secure and begin to relax. Transport the cat to the veterinary hospital.
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Posted on November 14, 2008, under Misc
Recently there has been much controversy over annual vaccinations of your pets. Many reports and read dozens of articles on the negative if not deadly effect vaccinations may have on your pet.Many older human and veterinary doctors can recall the devastation of communicable disease, before the advent of vaccinations and antibiotics.
The science of veterinary medicine is advancing by leaps and bounds new discoveries and cures are being developed every day. If you have any questions or concerns about vaccinations ask your veterinarian. They, are your companion animals, primary health care professional. Do not rely on second hand information or articles designed to scare and therefore sell more magazines. It has been proven time and again that annual and biannual visits to your veterinarian can extend the life and improve the quality of life of your pet.
Take your beloved pet to the veterinarian for a routine health check at least yearly, ask them questions about your animals health and vaccination schedule. If there are any changes or new therapies your veterinarian is your best source of information.
Posted on February 5, 2009, under Veterinary Software
The Preferred Veterinary Software offers Flexible Billing, designed with advanced features to improve the checkout process in the front office. Set up billing your way, enter charges, services and care instructions effortlessly. Many customizable billing options are available.
The Billing system offers a wide variety of user options. Invoices can have multiple pets, multiple providers, âon the flyâ discounting per line item or entire bill, additional fees added to any price, usage messages for any procedure or item, advertisement message, reminder attachments, client balance displays on invoice and more. Many customized features to fit the needs of todayâs busy veterinary practice.
From the ClientCentralâ¢ screen you can invoice a client schedule office visits, display financial history for the client, enter and view patient medical records and more all from the same-screen! No hassles of layering screen upon screen in order to get to the information you need.
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