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    The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs

    Posted on October 11, 2010, under Veterinary Book

    The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs (Illustrated Encyclopedia of...)

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    Here is the ultimate book for dinosaur lovers–a complete identification guide featuring 600 dinosaurs, written by a leading expert and stunningly illustrated.


    UNL veterinary medicine students get national honor

    Posted on November 8, 2008, under Misc

    In just the program’s second year, students in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine are proving they are among the best in the nation.

    The UNL Student Chapter of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners recently won first place in a competition at the American Association of Bovine Practitioners’ annual meeting.

    The club, composed of veterinary students in UNL’s veterinary medicine program, was honored for a case report it submitted to the AABP Student Case Presentation Competition. The report summarized club members’ findings in a project in which they studied reproductive health problems at a dairy.

    The report was one of 11 selected for presentation at the AABP’s annual meeting in North Carolina this fall. Students Jennafer Glaesemann of Fairbury, Neb., and Jeffry Faimon of Lawrence, Neb., gave the winning presentation.

    Last year was the club’s first year in existence–and the first year for the Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine–and all club members now are sophomores, making their achievement even more impressive, since their competition was composed of third- and fourth-year students.

    “This is an exceptional accomplishment because they were competing with the best abstracts selected from veterinary colleges across the U.S. and Canada,” said David Smith, veterinary professor in the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. “Further, the case presentations are usually from upper-class students. It is very unusual for students in their first year of veterinary school to be involved in clinical cases.”

    Six UNL students attended the AABP conference.

    The Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine is a partnership with Iowa State University in which Nebraska students receive their first two years of education at UNL and complete their DVM educations at ISU.
    source: www.hpj.com


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    Grooming Your Dogs

    Posted on July 9, 2008, under Misc

    Some breeds require more intensive grooming than others, but ordinarily your dog should be groomed everyday. Use a soft bristled brush to brush his fur daily.  Keep his nails short, but not too short, and well trimmed at all times. Clean his ears with cottons swabs,and wipe off excess mucus from his eyes and nose.  Don’t forget his canines – a soft bristled toothbrush and a doggy flavored toothpaste will keep his molars looking sparkling clean.


    Acupuncture Guide Book for Dogs and Cats

    Posted on April 30, 2010, under Veterinary Book

    Acupuncture for dogs and cats.jpgAcupuncture is adapted to our Western understanding from traditional medicine. The authors provide anatomical reasons for acupuncture meridian points and configurations, means: each point is described with location, depth, indications, but also with the “morphological substrate” of the underlying anatomical structure.

    The book provides a complete insight into acupuncture for dogs and cats. New in the second Condition: the extension contains a chapter on TCM – processed here too: Western orthodox medicine.

    1st Part:
    Anatomical history of veterinary acupuncture Basics of Acupuncture: What is an acupuncture point (see anatomical)? What are meridians? “Abstract” acupuncture points are traceable to structures that are scientifically proven, anatomical (nerve and blood vessels, joints, tendon spindles, Head zones)

    * What are indications and contraindications?
    * How does acupuncture?
    * How do you select the points?
    * What are the needles you use, how stands it?

    In addition, other methods of TCM are explained (moxibustion, laser acupuncture)

    2nd Part:
    Atlas of the body points acupuncture points in dogs and cats with drawings easier to find.

    It will be the location, the corresponding anatomical structure of the acupuncture point and the indications for all 12 major and the two special meridians Conception and Governing Vessel described below.

    3rd Part:
    Auriculotherapy and diagnostics (= Diagnosis and treatment of ear acupuncture points). Anatomical bases, effect, indications and application of ear acupuncture. Read more about this book…