PLEASE HELP! I really need advice on cats fighting. Sweetie (short hair) was taken in a few months ago after she got attacked and injured outside. I paid a HUGE vet bill to get her better including all her vaccinations so I took her in. She’s very young and extremely energetic which is part of the problem. The other two are 4 years old. She is such a loving cat which is why I named her Sweetie. If anyone could give me advice on cat fighting I would greatly appreciate it! @pretty_pearlie @kittypridecatgrooming @thepurrfectcatgroomer @rukasthecat @thedrpol @pinkspaniel @catstradamus #advicecats#vetrinarymedicine#catsfighting 😺😾😾
Las estereotipias son patrones de comportamiento repetitivos e invariables que no tienen un objetivo o una función obvias. Las estereotipias equinas se pueden considerar como signos de frustración, estrés o dolor incrementándose los niveles basales de beta-endorfinas y/o cortisol y otros cambios psicológicos como la hipersensibilización dopaminérgica.Stereotypes are repetitive and invariable behavior patterns that do not have an obvious objective or function. Equine stereotypes can be considered as signs of frustration, stress or pain, increasing basal levels of beta-endorphins and / or cortisol and other psychological changes such as dopaminergic hypersensitivity.
I spent my day at a conference with the Executive Officer of one of our local medical units. There is a need in the Colorado Army Reserve for experienced Nurses, Doctors and Veterinarians. There is a lot of great opportunities for you to serve locally. #performancetriad#armymedicine#vetrinarymedicine
Coba spent yesterday at the vet getting IV medication and fluid, then we got to bring him home for the night. He is on 8 pills a day to help fight the infection and heal his stomach and gut. He has improved in his mood and is moving around more. We managed to get him to eat a bit today but at his checkup the vet was still concerned so he is spending another day hooked up to IV. Praying he will start eating and that we will be able to care for him at home after today! Transcona Vet has been amazing in caring for him and giving him lots of love! ❤ #sickdog#ileus#blacklab#vetrinarymedicine#vetrinarycare
Taking a cue from the @wellcomecollection : here is a variation of an anatomical fugitive sheet. This plate illustrates the internal organs of the pig with folding components and 71 different points.
The pig: its external and internal organisation ; an illustrated representation and brief description ; with illustrations. edited by G. T. Brown. London: George Philip & Son., [19-?].
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Throwback to a healthy and (un)happy boi. We ran a blood test and he was in tip top shape, clean(ish) bill of health.
Fast forward to now, Neon should be getting his catheter out soonish. He passed the blood clot but there is still blood coming out. When I go to work on Monday I'll ask about it and see what they say. //
Ideally Monday we'll be able to take out the catheter without having to bring him back to the vet. Crossing my fingers until then.
Last night we spent hours at the emergency vet with my sick little wizard cat. Falcon has FLUTD, a chronic urinary issue that can manifest in multiple ways, one of the effects can be that the bladder gets too alkaline so mineral crystals form and cause an obstruction in the urethra. Sadly a urinary blockage is fatal within 24-72 hours. Luckily we caught the blockage early and the Vet was able to do a procedure to clear out his urethra. It’s quite common for more crystals to form after the initial blockage and could cause another so it’s not a sure bet. The only things they can do is feed him a prescribed food to acidify the urine, dose him 2x a day with amoxicillin (inflammation in the urethra can often mean a UTI) and a give him a strong sedative to relax the urethra to assist in urinating. I love western medicine but I don’t always trust in it alone. Tonight I’m monitoring my little guys and I’m additionally giving him a dropper full of Apple Cider Vinegar, diluted 1:4 in water, every 30 min or so to acidify his urine to break up the crystals. I’m also giving him a tincture with oregon grape root, both for its antibiotic properties and to assist the amoxicillin in working better, it also contains echinacea, usnea, and honeysuckle in the herbiotic blend. All I can do now is distract myself with my favorite Swamp Thing, a comic I totally recommend to all herbalists! 🌿🌱🍃
Send healing thoughts to my sweet little grey cat as its going to be a scary couple of days for this little guy 🌚