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Posted on Jun.04, 2012, under Veterinary Software
Clinic Ware is a user friendly veterinary software system built by veterinary industry experts. Clinic ware with drag and drop funcionality makes it a time-saving software. The Patients module is directly linked to Accounts and records all Pet data whether an “only-Pet” or part of a big “family”. A full history is recorded.
Inventory has never been easier to use and yet at the same time provide so many time saving options. From managing “expiry dates” to automatically adjusting stock as it is sold or used, you will be amazed at the efficiency. Fully supported with Bar Code recognition and labeling as well. (continue reading…)
Posted on Feb.01, 2010, under Veterinary Software
The Diagnostic Imaging Atlas by Odyssey Veterinary Software is the complete client education source for all veterinary hospitals. As an author and educator, the 3D anatomical illustrations and images are of the highest quality for continuing education. The program provides a quick illustrative guide for all veterinary conditions for client communication in a very easy-to-use format. (continue reading…)
Posted on Jul.29, 2008, under Tutorial
Dog Anal Sac Disorders may be caused by androgen stimulation since they occur predominantly in males. Combined androgenic and estrogenic influences may be involved because when they do occur in females, spayed females are more commonly affected than sexually intact females. The others predisposing factors include chronically soft feces, recent diarrhea, excessive glandular secretions, and poor muscle tone; retained secretions may lead to infection and abscessation; small breed dogs, including miniature poodles, toy poodles, and chihuahuas are reportedly predisposed to anal sac carcinoma. (continue reading…)
Posted on Jul.09, 2008, under Tutorial
Neutering or spaying your dog is an absolute must. There are too many dogs without homes or shelters for your dog to contribute to the canine overpopulation. Dogs should be neutered before they are 6 months old. Neutering a dog has many benefits – they become less territorial and less aggressive. Neutering also prevents the development of various cancers in your dog like cancer of the prostrate.
Females need to be spayed before 6 months too. You don’t want your dog to go through a pregnancy and a stressful and hormone ridden delivery every three months. Moreover, the scent of a female in heat can attract unneutered males from miles around. Dogs attracted to a female have been known to try to enter yards, and indulge in bloody fights over the female.
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.