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Posted on June 8, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
The iM3 NizeGuy high velocity Dryer is a unique 2-speed forced air dryer. The NizeGuy dryer is CE approved and meets or exceeds Australia, NZ and European Electrical and Emission Standards. It is used to rapidly dry many types of animals. The Dryer may be mounted on the wall or can sit on a shelf. It will dry in approximately half the time of a stand dryer, using the force of the air to drive the water out of the coat rather than a heating element.
The powerful 240 Volt 1400 Watt motor will strip water from the animals coat whilst also removing loose hair. The NizeGuy Dryer is reliable, safe (for user & animal) and is the only dryer designed to be used right at the wash tub. Designed to meet the needs of the Veterinary profession and Groomers.
Features: Air operated makes it safer around water, Electrical safety, High air flow dries quicker, you can move around without having to move the Dryer, Preferred for use on large dog breeds, Dual large capacity high efficiency filters with replaceable filter socks, 3 meter Dryer hose, 1400 Watt Two speed High Velocity Forced air Dryer. Product Details – Download Brochure
Posted on September 19, 2010, under Veterinary Book
The Princeton Encyclopedia of Mammals is the most comprehensive and accessible reference book on mammals available. Unsurpassed in scope and stunningly illustrated, this book covers every known living species, from aardvarks to zorros. The informative and lively text is written by acclaimed researchers from around the world and features a concise general introduction to mammals followed by detailed accounts of species and groups that systematically describe form, distribution, behavior, status,
Hundreds of stunning photographs highlight a comprehensive guide to horses, offering a wide range of information covering subjects such as the evolution of the horse and an exploration of the role horses have played in history. 50,000 first printing.”The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire. With too many wonders close inspection dispels both mystery and joy. Not so with the wonder that is the horse.
Posted on August 18, 2010, under Veterinary Drug
A specially formulated iodine solution for disinfecting animal skin, premises, and instruments. Contains 5% povidone Iodine.
Povidone-iodine, the active ingredient in BetadineÂ® is active against most gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including antibiotic-resistant strains, as well as most protozoa, fungi, and viruses in vitro. For more than 4 decades BetadineÂ® has been used in homes and hospitals worldwide as an important first line of defense against topical infections. Betadine help to reduce bacteria that potentially can cause skin infection.
Posted on December 26, 2008, under Tutorial
It is nearly impossible to tell if a dog has fever without taking his temperature first. One of the best outer signs that your dog may not be feeling well nor has fever is lethargy, meaning that he is just lying around not wanting to play, drink or eat.
If your dog’s temperature is over 104 degrees, you will need to get him to the vet. If it is below 104 degrees, keep him cool and hydrated.
If you are taking the temperature with a mercury thermometer, you will need to leave it in approximately three to four minutes before reading it.
To read the thermometer, gently slide it out of the rectum and wipe the inserted end off with either a baby wipe or a dry tissue.
Have someone assist you in keeping your dog still. If he is not feeling well, he may be more prone to biting.
If you are taking his temperature with a mercury thermometer, you will have to shake the mercury down. If you are using an electronic thermometer, it should be ready to go.
After reading the thermometer, wipe it down with an alcohol pad or a germicide wipe to ensure that it is clean.
Slowly and gently lift your dog’s tail to insert the lubricated end of the thermometer right inside of his rectum.
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