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    How to Care for an Old Dog

    Posted on January 11, 2009, under Tutorial

    world oldest dogs Do you have an old dog? Had not noticed that this old dog shows changes in the activity? This is because elderly dogs have many problems, especially health.

    When we could say that they have getting old? They called as old dog if they reach 7 years old, or if we calculate with the human equivalent is 49 years old. At these age they need more intensive treatment. Here are some programs that we recommend for the “better life for the old dog“:

    As the elderly man, a routine examination to the vet is very important, at least twice a year. Veterinarians will examine the condition of your dog through physical examination or with a specific diagnostic test that will be tailored to the age, race and health status.

    Veterinarians will usually recommend a blood test and urin, more than that if necessary will be conducted inspections ECG / rays chest cavity. Test is important to know the extent to which the body is still a role and can be a normal tool for early diagnosis of health problems in the next days.

    Do not forget to keep vaccinate and prevent parasites infection. Old dog is less resistant to get diseases and more vulnerable to the infection. So, make sure to keep booster vaccinations and perform routine preventive action against heart worms. Protect your dogs against external parasites such as lice, tick and mite.

    Last but not least, make sure your vet knows the condition when they went health and get behavioral changes in your dog.

    photo source: – Good Old Dogs III by dr.Ozda – Worlds Oldest Dog by BlueisCoool

    Software Review: NLS Vet Clinic Management Software

    Posted on March 7, 2010, under Veterinary Software

    NLS-vet-clinic-management-softwareNLS (New Leaf Soft) is an easy to use Veterinary Clinic Management Software. All information is entered fast using drop-down lists, auto-capitalization, incremental searching and preset fees for consultation types and medical services. The Consultations Overview screen gives you instant access to all past, present and future consultations as well as the ability to generate listings of Reminders, Client’s Spending and Client’s Appointment Activity.

    A simple and versatile solution has been found to cater for the large number of medical services and drugs offered in a veterinary surgery. It takes only seconds to find a required service with the Find facility. With this system you can organize your medical services and drugs exactly how you want. Information is clearly laid out on separate panels, that work seamlessly together, and is easy to retrieve. 

    New Leaf Soft Software works equally fast and reliably on a single computer and over a network. Screens are updated instantly on all computers on the network when record details are changed. About the database, All data is extracted from your existing database with complete accuracy and no data loss. To provide further security NLS software has an integrated data backup facility, which is easy to operate. Features include backup to remote location, auto-backup and 3-step simple restore.

    NLS Veterinary Software Database Features:

    • Fast and efficient
    • First class mature, stable and reliable
    • Uses secure remote connection
    • Supports local and remote connection (local network, intranet and internet)
    • Client/server database system providing maximum protection of data integrity
    • Unlimited number of workstations can be connected to the network
    • Works equally well and efficiently on small and very large databases
    • Entire database contained in a single, password protected file
    • Online backup
    • Instant screen update on all computer when a record is modified
    • Virtually unbreakable

    NLS veterinary software is excellent priced with an optional low yearly support fee. Software functionality and quality is not compromised by the lower cost. It is widely used across the world by companies that require guarantee of stability, such as businesses in the Finance, Government and Pharmaceutical sectors. Try NLSVet on your computer now.

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    IVOMEC (Ivermectin) Pour-On For Cattle

    Posted on September 26, 2011, under Veterinary Drug

    ivomec-ivermectin-cattleIVOMEC Pour-On offers persistent activity against the most damaging internal parasites of cattle. IVOMEC (ivermectin) Pour-On delivers internal and external parasite control in one convenient low-volume application. Ivermectin is a member of the macrocyclic lactone class of endectocides which have a unique mode of action. IVOMEC Pour-On applied at the recommended dose level of 500 mcg/kg is indicated for the effective control of these parasites.

    The dose rate is 1 mL for each 22 lb of body weight. The formulation should be applied along the topline in a narrow strip extending from the withers to the tailhead. IVOMEC Pour-On effectively controls infections and protects cattle from reinfection with Ostertagia ostertagi, Oesophagostomum radiatum, Haemonchus placei, Trichostrongylus axei, Cooperia punctata and Cooperia oncophora for 14 days after treatment. Buy Now

    Dog Breeds: Dog Breed Profiles and Tips for Buying a New Dog

    Posted on November 16, 2010, under Veterinary Book

    Dog Breeds: Dog Breed Profiles and Tips for Buying a New Dog

    Topics Covered:
    Is a Golden Retriever the Right Breed for You?
    So You Want a Collie
    Is a Labrador Retriever the Right Choice for You?
    Is a Cocker Spaniel Right for You?
    So You Want a German Shepherd
    So You Want a Bulldog
    Is a Boxer the Right Breed for You?
    Is a Basset Hound Right for You?
    So You Want a Beagle
    Is a Chow Chow the Breed for You?
    Is a Yorkshire Terrier Right for You?
    Is a Boston Terrier Right for You?
    Is a Rottweiler the Right Breed for You?

    The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants: From Their Origins and Evolution to their Ceremonial and Working Relationship with Man

    An in-depth survey of the elephant includes information on their evolution, anatomy, life in the wild, ceremonial and working relationship with humans, history of the Ivory trade, and the movement to conserve elephant life.