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Posted on November 11, 2008, under Misc
Cleaning up the cat ears is not difficult. Here’s an easy way to clean the cat ears:
* can be done once a week.
* Use the Cotton Bud with baby oil on it, do not use water or alcohol, they will be left behind and cause infection.
* When in 1-2 days have been especially dirty and get smell infection, go to the veterinarian is a best way
Posted on July 28, 2010, under Videos
The 27 minute Introduction to Equine Dentistry DVD Video is a must have DVD for Vet Students in their early studies. This DVD Video presents the basics of equine dentistry using anatomically correct 3D animation. It also provides excellent presentation material for veterinarians that give educational lectures to clients and horse-clubs.
This DVD presents the basics of equine dentistry in a manner which is easy to understand by the veterinary student or veterinary client. DVD topics included are anatomy of the skull and teeth, aging process, the chewing cycle, a guide to age indicators tooth nomenclature, incisor and molar malocclusions, the Triadan System and dental examinations.
Created in CG-animation which creates a 3-D viewing experience from basic anatomy to the process of aging, delivers incredible digital visuals and straight facts about the importance of equine teeth.
The Introduction to Equine Dentistry DVD Video developed to allow licensed veterinarians and horse-owners to share a common knowledge of equine anatomy, equine dentistry and the life-long care of horses. It can be utilized as office educational material or part of educational presentations. An important addition to veterinary-client education material. The detailed introduction to equine dentistry presented in a dynamic, easy to follow, 3D computer-generated motion video and audio presentation.
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Posted on November 26, 2008, under Misc
The BEST joint formula available for joint, cartilage and tissue damage caused by arthritis – in a TASTY Liquid that your dog will love – provides optimal levels of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Green Lipped Mussel, Hyaluronic Acid and MSM – also contains natural anti inflammatory agents. Recommended to support healthy hip and joint function. Helps to maintain joint flexibility and alleviate aches and pains associated with exercise.
After the initial three week period the number of teaspoons can often be reduced to a level that maintains the pet. Reduction should be done gradually in 1/2 to 1 teaspoon increments depending on the size of the pet, and should not be reduced more then one time per month. Administration may be increased at any time depending on the pet’s needs.
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Posted on June 16, 2010, under Veterinary Drug
This product contains the naturally occurring prostaglandin F2 alpha (dinoprost) as the tromethamine salt. Each mL contains dinoprost tromethamine equivalent to 5 mg dinoprost: also, benzyl alcohol, 9.45 mg added as preservative.
For intramuscular use for estrus synchronization, for abortion of feedlot and other non-lactating cattle; treatment of unobserved (silent) estrus and pyometra (chronic endometritis) in cattle; for parturition induction in swine; and for controlling the timing of estrus in estrous cycling mares and clinically anestrous mares that have a corpus luteum.
LUTALYSE is effective only in those cattle having a corpus luteum, i.e., those which ovulated at least five days prior to treatment. Future reproductive performance of animals that are not cycling will be unaffected by injection of LUTALYSE. Inject a dose of 5 mL LUTALYSE (25 mg PGF2a) intramuscularly either once or twice at a 10 to 12 day interval. With the single injection, cattle should be bred at the usual time relative to estrus.
Estrus is expected to occur 1 to 5 days after injection if a corpus luteum was present. Cattle that do not become pregnant to breeding at estrus on days 1 to 5 after injection will be expected to return to estrus in about 18 to 24 days.
Induction of abortion in feedlot cattle at stages of gestation up to 100 days of gestation did not result in dystocia, retained placenta or death of heifers in the field studies. The smallness of the fetus at this early stage of gestation should not lead to complications at abortion. However, induction of parturition or abortion with any exogenous compound may precipitate dystocia, fetal death, retained placenta and/or metritis, especially at latter stages of gestation.
LUTALYSE Sterile Solution is supplied at a concentration of 5 mg dinoprost per mL. LUTALYSE is luteolytic in cattle at 25 mg (5 mL) administered intramuscularly. As with any multidose vial, practice aseptic techniques in withdrawing each dose. Adequately clean and disinfect the vial closure prior to entry with a sterile needle.
LUTALYSE Sterile Solution is available in 10 and 30 mL vials. View product Details