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Posted on September 3, 2008, under Tutorial
The purpose of pet insurance is to mitigate the risk of incurring significant expense to treat ill or injured pets. As veterinary medicine is increasingly employing expensive medical techniques and drugs, and owners have higher expectations for their pets’ health care and standard of living than previously, the market for pet insurance has increased. Most pet insurance services allow credit cards to deal the transaction.
Some providers will cover the cost of specified complementary treatments if theyâre deemed necessary for your pets recuperation after sickness or injury. Many insurers will pay out compensation for the loss or death of your pet and some may also contribute to the cost of cremation or burial. If you are planning to take your pet abroad at some point in the future its important to ensure that the protection of their pet insurance policy is extended overseas.
Most pet insurance providers allow you to reduce the cost of your policy by increasing the excess you will need to cover in the event of a claim and this can be a good option providing your pet is in good health and you set the excess at an affordable amount. Money.co.uk provides a good comparison of the best pet insurance quotes online. You could find the best protection for your pets and save on the cost in minutes. Whether you have a dog, cat, horse, rabbit or more exotic pet, they can help you find the best pet health insurance policy for the best price without the stress.
Posted on August 12, 2008, under Tutorial
Canine parvo virus causes lethargy; loss of appetite; fever; vomiting; and severe, often bloody, diarrhea. Vomiting and diarrhea can cause rapid dehydration, and most deaths from parvo virus occur within 48 to 72 hours following onset of clinical signs. If your puppy or dog shows any of these signs, you should contact your veterinarian promptly.
Vaccination is important. Young puppies are very susceptible to infection, particularly because the natural immunity provided in their mothersâ milk may wear off before the puppiesâ own immune systems are mature enough to fight off infection.
If a puppy is exposed to canine parvo virus during this gap in protection, it may become ill. An additional concern is that immunity provided by a motherâs milk may interfere with an effective response to vaccination. This means even vaccinated puppies may occasionally succumb to parvo virus. To narrow gaps in protection and provide optimal protection against parvo virus during the first few months of life, a series of puppy vaccinations are administered.
source: avma brochure, image: cvmbs.colostate.edu
Posted on January 10, 2011, under Veterinary Book
The long-awaited Second Edition of Veterinary Hematology: Atlas of Common Domestic and Non-Domestic Species serves as a major update to this essential introductory hematology atlas. In addition to a thorough update of all chapters, the new edition now includes coverage of laboratory animals and pocket pets, two new chapters devoted entirely to avian and exotic animals, and a PC compatible CD providing a wealth of additional hematological images. Now fully updated and revised, the Second Edition
Posted on September 8, 2007, under Misc