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Posted on November 29, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Once your horse has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, your veterinarian will prepare a course of treatment to your horse. The treatment usually consist of anti inflammation and analgesic to reduce pain. If your horseâs joint/s become severely damaged or if the pain is intense, your veterinarian may recommend surgery.
Symptoms of joint pain include: Swelling, Lameness, Raised foot, Heat (usually felt on the fetlock or joint).
This product specially developed to treat chronic joint and tendon pain in horses. Activex is safe to use daily, it won’t results negative effects. The topical pain relievers work by reducing the transmission of pain signals to CNS by depleting chemical messenger, Capsaicinoids do this by limiting substance P signals. Product Details.
Posted on December 28, 2007, under Misc
Updated to reflect tremendously expanded knowledge of the anatomy of the dog, this new edition describes and illustrates the specific morphology of the dog with some reference to other species. With eight new contributors, this text includes more in-depth understanding of the nervous system, fetal growth, bone formation, the lymphatic system, the organization of the brain, the structure of the eye and ear, and more! No other book on the anatomy of the dog has such up-to-date detail of structure as this third edition.
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. New edition of a text of canine anatomy, for veterinary students, clinicians, and researchers. Updated and revised. Incorporates nomenclature from Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria 1983. Previous edition 1979. Variety of halftone illustrations, some with color highlighting.
- Absorbine Veterinary Liniment contains botanical extracts and topical analgesics that help your horse to heal itself.
- Liniments are mild stimulants to the circulatory system that assist nature in returning a fatigued muscle, joint, or tendon to normal.
- Absorbine Veterinary Liniment is an effective treatment for temporary muscle soreness.
- Helps heal minor cuts and relieves insect bites. Due to Federal Regulations, this item can only be shipped using Ground Service.
- Absorbine Veterinary Liniment aids in the relief of Temporary muscular soreness, stiffness and swelling caused by exposure, Overwork or exertion.
Posted on August 12, 2008, under Misc
Very young puppies and kittens are highly susceptible to infectious diseases because their immune systems are not fully mature. While nursing, their motherâs milk contains antibodies (special proteins) that provide some immunity to diseases; however, these maternal antibodies do not last long, and there may be gaps in protection as the milk antibodies decrease and the puppiesâ or kittensâ immune system isnât yet capable of fighting off infection.
In many instances, the first dose of a vaccine serves to prime the petâs immune system against the virus or bacteria while subsequent doses help to further stimulate the immune system to produce the antibodies needed to protect a pet from specific diseases. To keep these gaps in protection as small as possible and to provide optimal protection against disease in the first few months of life, a series of vaccinations are scheduled, usually 3-4 weeks apart.
For most puppies and kittens, the final vaccination in the series is administered at about 4 months of age; however, in some situations, a veterinarian may alter this schedule based on an individual animalâs risk factors. Remember that an incomplete series of vaccinations may lead to incomplete protection, making puppies and kittens vulnerable to infection.
source: avma brochure, image source: perfectpuppycare.com
Posted on September 8, 2007, under Misc