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    CranMate Urinary Tract Health Support for Dogs and Cats

    Posted on April 1, 2011, under Veterinary Drug

    CranMate Urinary SupportCranMate Urinary Support is Chewable Cranberry extract nutritional supplement to support Urinary Tract Health in both dogs and cats. CranMate Urinary Support will not interfere with antibiotics. Helps support the healthy function of the urinary tract. For those prone to infection of the urogenital system with recurrent UTI. It is great for those animals prone to urinary tract infections and urinary incontinence.

    INGREDIENTS: Sorbitol, Dicalcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose, American Cranberry purified fruit extract (Vaccinium marcocarpon), Whey powder, Liver (pork) powder, Soy protein concentrate, Iron oxide, Silicon dioxide and Magnesium stearate.

    CranMate is rich in PACs from 10% cranberry fruit extract (Vaccinium macrocarpon) not cranberry juice concentrate. The patented extraction process eliminates unwanted sugars and oxalic acid resulting in a product that meets the needs of animals with diabetes mellitus. Most of the benefits available from cranberry are derived from the unique structure of natural tannins called proanthocyanidins (PACs).

    The bioactive PACs in CranMate contain an unusual A-type linkage different from the more common B-type linkage found in proanthocyanidins from other foods. These PACs support healthy urinary systems, those with disturbances and those that are prone to UTIs. CranMate also supports urinary systems that are on long-term medication for urinary incontinence and will not interfere with antibiotics.

    For best results give daily, One tablet per 20 kg (44 lb.) of body weight, 1/2 tablet per 10 kg (22 lb.) of body weight. Use 2 tablets daily per 20 kg (44 lb.) of body weight during UTI occurrence (split morning and evening). BUY NOW


    Endocrine System of The Dog

    Posted on May 30, 2010, under Tutorial

    Realistically, every living organism consists of an unimaginably large number of cells. provides around the clock every individual for “life” as we consider our dog outside, to take place. The interplay of the various body functions is of utmost importance. A large number of these will, with the help of the hormone system maintained and controlled, it applies when we deal with stress dog needs, it provides the necessary energy conversion and is used in everyday processes such as hunger or thirst are used. Unfortunately, it can also lead to disturbances in this system and can represent our dog reacts with diseases that often have serious consequences for the organism.

    dog endocrineThe organism is in itself a finely tuned system. The different organ systems, functions, and thus the cells are not fighters. they do not work independently and for this reason, it requires a form of internal communication. It is necessary because an organism according to changes that affect it, must respond. Our dog, as we also have people and a host of other living beings have for this type of communication has two main facilities, the nervous and endocrine systems.

    The endocrine system does in this case a very special role, because hormones act as communicate from cell to cell, from one organ to another. In contrast to the nervous system, the transmission runs here but not on electrical impulses, but on chemical substances – the hormones. The effect of the hormones is not so fast fast as the transmission of signals through the nervous system. While the nervous system can deliver the messages in a split second, the transfer of information takes on the hormones of a few minutes to several hours.

    A hormone is an endogenous chemical substance in the body circulate a number of different hormones. Your job is to provide information as a messenger of a tissue, from cell to cell or from one organ to another.

    It can travel the distance it must be quite different, there are hormones in the direct vicinity of the impact of their manufacturing site, while others migrate through the bloodstream to more remote places in the body.

    When a hormone is released, it will of course also cause a reaction. It would be absurd if every cell in the body would respond to the sent message of a hormone and it is only reacting cells, which are also set to receive such a message. For this purpose they have on their surface receptors on small, represent a kind of receiving antenna for the hormone. The hormone docks to these receptors and triggers the cell from various metabolic processes.

    The response of cells to the message of the hormone can be completely different depending on which task was programmed into the cell, also falls from the reaction.

    In most cases, hormones in endocrine glands, called endocrine glands formed.

    In contrast to exocrine glands, such as for example the salivary glands of the dog releases, such an endocrine gland secretions not through a body opening to the outside, but they are from within the body, where they remain until they are also eliminated.

    Earlier opinion was that only those endocrine glands produce hormones, but is now known that individual cells produce hormones, who represent no glands in the classic sense. Besides the known endocrine glands, such as for example Hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, testes and ovaries, among others, is now also found in the digestive tract, lung tissue, subcutaneous tissue, even in the blood vessels and the heart hormone-producing cells.

    Functions of Hormones
    Hormones are vital for the organism, all biological processes are dependent on hormones in any way, disturbances in this system often lead to serious diseases that affect the entire metabolism, sometimes even to the death of the animal, if not detected or untreated.

    Hormone engage almost one in all areas of the body

    The procedure for example all reproduction processes of the formation and maturation of protozoa in the bitch, the implantation of fertilized single-celled in the womb to the development of the puppies in the womb and the birth. In the male, the development of sperm cells is dependent on hormones.

    The overall growth, starting from the structure of tissue, on the development of bones and muscles, up to the optimal utilization of nutrients.

    Hormones control the body’s water, make sure that the body does not lose more electrolytes than necessary.

    The blood sugar level is regulated by hormones.

    You have a free calcium concentration in the blood, where it is needed for muscle activity.

    Any injury, disease or infection poses a burden for the organism to be able to adjust the body’s ability to these special charges is only possible with the help of hormones

    Emotions, behaviors such as fear or flight, hunger or thirst are controlled by hormones.

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    Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease

    Posted on January 10, 2011, under Veterinary Book

    Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease

    The 4th edition of this textbook presents both general pathology and special pathology in one comprehensive resource. Coverage includes a brief review of basic principles related to anatomy, structure and function, followed by congenital and functional abnormalities and discussions of viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections and neoplasia. * Logically organized chapters discuss normal functions of the body system, followed by pathologic conditions found in domestic and companion animals. * Whi


    Oesophageal Forceps Jaws, Foreign bodies lodged

    Posted on December 4, 2008, under Misc

    Oesophageal Forceps Jaws, Foreign bodies lodgedForeign bodies lodged in either the oesophagus or the trachea occur on a regular basis and are a challenge for the surgeon to locate, visualise and remove. Our ‘family’ of foreign body forceps are designed specifically for this purpose.

      * Backward facing teeth for maximum grip

      * Profile of jaws as small as possible

      * Jaws externally as atraumatic as possible to minimise damage to patient.

      * Shaft diameter as small as possible to allow placement of endoscope along side.

    Product by Veterinary Instrumentation. View Details