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Posted on November 19, 2008, under Misc
“This book will undoubtedly become a standard reference text” “Anyone who takes radiographs of horses is likely to benefit from owning and reading the book” “The book can be thoroughly recommended for its practicality, readability and thoroughness. Even the most experienced equine clinician will glean practical advice from this book” T. S. Mair, Veterinary Times –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
“This book will undoubtedly become a standard reference text”
“Anyone who takes radiographs of horses is likely to benefit from owning and reading the book”
“The book can be thoroughly recommended for its practicality, readability and thoroughness. Even the most experienced equine clinician will glean practical advice from this book”
T. S. Mair, Veterinary Times –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. VIEW PRODUCT DETAILS
Posted on December 7, 2011, under Misc
Show your vet your thanks and appreciation with these products.
Veterinarian Caduceus Pendant
Most products are available in 14k gold and sterling silver. The majority of the pendants and charms can also be made into rings, earrings, tie tacks, cuff links and key rings. Price: $112.28
Veterinary Caduceus Cufflinks
Veterinary Logo Cufflinks in a shiny silver finish on a black enamel background. Price: $49.95
Personalized Beveled Glass Name Plate
For professionals who have clearly made a name for themselves. Heavyweight, solid glass nameplates make a lasting impression on office guests. Suitable to buy as a Christmas Gift. It’s not lightweight either so shouldn’t knock over easily. Great Quality, Attractive Design, Good Value, and Unique Vet Gift. Price: $19.99
Personalized Veterinarian Wooden Notepad and Pen Holder
This simple wooden note pad holder and pen set is the purr-fect way to thank your vet for their care or to celebrate a new graduate. Engrave with up to 2 lines at the bottom. Price: $29.95
Wooden Jewelry Box with Lock
This elegant locking Animal Vet memory boxes are a great way to show your support and appreciation for veterinarians. With beautiful Veterinary Symbol inlay for a meaningful gift that any veterinary technician, practitioner or staff member will love. Price: $74.00
Personalized Veterinarian Stamp Holder for Stamp Roll
Veterinary Stamp Box Shown – silver Veterinary symbol postage stamp dispenser in turquoise and blue aluminum. These stamp boxes are meaningful gifts for veterinary school graduate, veterinarian or veterinary hospital staffer. Price: $24.95
Veterinarians ID Badge Holders
Fun gift idea for vet tech, veterinary school graduate or practicing veterinarians. Unique, retractable ID badge holders with silver or gold veterinarian logo designs in 8 cool reel colors. Price: $7.95
Dachsund Cuff Bracelet
This unique bracelet wraps a dachie completely around your wrist; adjustable for comfort, it’s the perfect gift for dachshund lovers or your veterinarians that’s loo–oong on personality. Price: $69.95
Real Doctors are Vets Travel Mug
This solid design travel mug able to holding a full 15 oz. and fitting into most vehicle’s cup holders (includes snap-tight lid), it’s also a great choice for travel. Price: $24.50
Horse Anatomy Wall Clock
Decorate any room in your home or office or your veterinarian practices room with this well design wall clock. Black plastic case. Price: $15.00
Veterinary Wall Clock
Nice looking wall clock with dark grey color and veterinary symbol at the center. Price: $15.00
Barking Dogs Clock with Light Sensor
With Light Sensor features 12 of the most popular breeds and their authentic barks to alert you at the top of each hour. Light sensor deactivates the sound at night. For wall or desk. Glass face, plastic frame and metal components. Ring in the hours with the distinctive sound of man’s best friend. Price: $24.95
Real Doctors are Vets Baseball Cap
100% brushed cotton Cap is unstructured and an ideal way to beat the heat. It features a sturdy low profile brim, sweatband, and adjustable closure, as well as Premium Printing for images that last. Price: $17.00
Real Doctors are Vets Messenger Bag
From school, to carrying your laptop, to a hip alternative diaper bag, this bag is practically all you need to get you through every stage of your life — and look hip doing it. Price: $28.50
Real Doctors are Vets T-Shirt
Comfortably casual. Preshrunk, durable and guaranteed. Price: $18.00
I am a professional: Veterinarian Dark Tee
Durable, high-quality, pre-shrunk 100% cotton. Price: $24.00
Posted on January 10, 2011, under Veterinary Book
Health Professional and Patient Interaction, 6th Edition is an updated, comprehensive textbook that emphasizes communication skills in a health It teaches both the student and healthcare professional how to effectively communicate with clients and patients in a respectful manner. The content and examples presented in this text are all those that health professionals, particularly those in Physical or Occupational Therapy, can relate to personally. The text uses examples and scenarios from a var
Posted on October 21, 2011, under Tutorial
If you have a dog these are some tips that will save your money visit your veterinarian.
The surface of the eye (cornea) should be clear. The center of the eye (pupil) should respond to light. You can see a light in your pets’ eyes light up and constricts the pupil. The right and left pupils should be equal.
The pink tissue around the eye called the conjunctiva. It is normally a light pink color. In infections, it will be a darker pink and the eyes to produce a white or greenish discharge. There are a number of home remedies to treat conjunctivitis.
Your dog should shake your head, if he might have an ear infection.
The outside of the ear (pinna) should be a light pink and its palpate should be flat. Any thickening could indicate an ear infection, allergy or a blood blister in the ear (ear hematoma).
The inside of the ear (ear canal) should be easy to find and free of discharge. A small amount of light yellow discharge is probably normal wax. Any foul smelling odor indicates an infection. A yellowish discharge often has a yeast infection. Hard black deposits indicate likely your cats ears to ear mites. If dirt and odor are present, then clean your pets’ ears.
Check for any signs of discharge from the right or left nostril. The occasional clear discharge is normal for some animals, but continuous discharge indicates a problem, like an allergy.
Your pet can benefit from a hypoallergenic diet, which can be bought commercially. Alternatively you can make home diet, you make yourself. Whatever food you choose, they must be fed for 12 weeks.
If after 12 weeks your pet it still scratching, then it is probably not a food allergy.
Pay special attention to creases in the lower lip large breed dogs with lots of extra skin. If saliva accumulates, then wipe the area with an antiseptic such as pharmaceuticals Biotene.
Pick up your pets lips and examine their teeth. The gums should appear a healthy pink color (except in breeds such as Chows with dark pigment). Pay special attention to the area where the teeth begin.
Inflamed gums appear a darker red and may bleed even if you touch them. This is a sign of gingivitis and may mean your pet needs a dental cleaning.
Palpate the base of the jaw and the beginning of the neck. In this section you can view the corner of the lower jaw (mandible). You should be able to feel the parotid gland and submandibular lymph nodes. In a healthy animal, most of the time you do not feel anything in this field.
Each lymph node swelling is serious, you have your veterinarian look for what caused the swelling. It is very important to catch the signs early. Your pet can benefit from some immune stimulation.
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