In honor of the first day of spring (which was yesterday - my bad!) i thought I’d post the most toxic house plants for pets! Though this may or may not be on the VTNE (I can’t remember 😬) it’ll definitely be asked a million times in practice. However, this list is missing mistletoe and poinsettias but they’re not a “spring” plant. Just an FYI!
Today, you took your Hippocratic (medical) oath after years of long and hard struggle of late-night studying, working, and persevering. I still remember how many family and friend gatherings that you had to miss out on because you were prioritising.
Congratulations on your well-deserved success, Van @antoniaadji. I really wish I could be there to see this happen.You have made us all proud. I look up to you as a young woman of dedication & substance. Best wishes for your upcoming adventures in life.
Your lifelong dream has come true: now you are officially a veterinarian! 🎉🎉🎉😍🤗🎊🎊🎊 #veterinarian#veterinarymedicine#veterinarylife
🚨NEW VLOG ALERT!!!!🚨
📹This vlog is all about the chemotherapy options I recommend when a dog's lymphoma relapses or comes out of remission. •
🤔Should your dog go back on multi-agent CHOP or a single agent protocol like Tanovea or Lomustine? •
🧐Does it matter how long they have been off chemotherapy? •
👩⚕️My answers are all right here! Link is in bio •
😊Thanks for watching! xo
📢and tell me what other topics you want YouTube cancer videos in (when to spay/neuter cones out next week)
UPDATE ON THIS BABE - her surgery was extremely successful! @michiganstateu VETERINARY is the best on the planet. We picked up P on Tuesday and we are rocking DAY TWO. 🙏🏻
Penny tore her ACL/ shredded her meniscus over a period of time. GIRLFRIEND PLAYS HARD - she has a DISNEY LIFE. Vacations + organic food + hiking on a daily and an abundance of friends. This BABE is going to come out stronger then ever and I can’t wait for you to see her! 🐃✨⚡️ #PennyGirl
🎉🎉 COMPETITION TIME 🎉🎉 Horse Health Week begins next week and what better way to celebrate than a competition to win a whole year FREE membership on our popular Horse Health Programme 😮🐴😮🐴 This is our biggest prize giveaway yet, with a year of HHP membership costing £132 but you will be getting over £300 worth of products/services 😮
The Horse Health Programme membership will include:
🐴 Annual vet health check
🐴 Annual Flu and Tetanus booster (or the first part of a horses initial vaccinations)
🐴 10% off all veterinary treatment
🐴 Dental check with routine floating and sedation if needed
🐴 4 faecal worm egg counts per year
🐴 Autumn tapeworm saliva test, with free autumn wormer if required
🐴 Multi horse discount of £1 for each additional horse
🐴 20% discount on selected lifetime care medicines
To enter all you need to do is:
1. Like our Carmarthen Veterinary Centre Large Animal and Equine Facebook page
2. Like, comment AND share the Facebook post
Good luck everyone and the winner will be announced on Friday 29th March 🤞🏻🍀🤞🏻🍀🤞🏻🍀
So today in the Klinic we are all a bit sad, as it one of our vets last day with the team 😥
Amy started her career with us as new graduate fresh out of Uni in 2015. The team are so proud to have been a part of the first chapter of Amy’s professional career, supporting her over the past 4 years and watching her grow into an incredible clinician.
I am sure that by now most of our clients would have met her at some point or another and will agree that she (and her collies 🐶) have become invaluable members of the Klinic team and will be sorely missed.
During her time with us, Amy has developed an interest in emergency and critical care work and now as she is nearing the end of her post-graduate certificate in the subject, she has been offered an amazing opportunity to lead a team in a specialist out of hours department.
This is a great next step in her career to help grow her skills further and although we will miss her, we wish her every bit of happiness for all her future endeavours 🐾 #veterinarysurgeon#veterinarymedicine#team#goodbyes#emergencymedicine#vetklinic#collies#amazingteammates#newadventures#newchallenge
Our good friends at the Newtown Animal Control Shelter need our help!
We love cats and dislike seeing them scared and helpless.
But we can change that by donating items for them to feel at home and maybe they will find their furever home in the process 💕🐱 The Newtown Animal Control Shelter is asking for :
🐱CAT LITTER, any kind
🧡Dry cat food Rachel Ray any flavor
🐱Can cat food, any kind 🧡ID cat food for seniors or special needs
🧡Dawn dish detergent
🐱30 gallon trash bags
🧡 Used fleece blankets
🐱Used towels and rags
The Newtown Animal Shelter
21 Old Farm Road
Newtown, CT 06470
Let your dog be a happy dog at play group!
Play for hours
May help with separation anxiety or depression
Supervision by trained staff
Check this out! A Chaco Golden Knee (Grammostola pulchripes) was seen in the Avian and Exotics Service at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph this week. We actually can listen to their heart using a Doppler unit placed on top of the opisthosoma (lower abdomen). On this video, the heart can be heard beating (the heart rate is quite low in spiders).🕷 #spider
We got in to see a new neurologist for a different perspective. This one came highly recommended. At first, it was like any other neurologist: "Here's the list of drugs, blah blah blah, here's the order in which I like to prescribe them, blah blah blah, you're already on a cocktail of four? Well let's add another one"...But then, she messed up science (dun dun dun) Mommy won't stand for that.
Referring to this article:
the doc interrupted my mom's statement about my seizures starting on the full moon to say that this study has conclusively proven that there is absolutely no correlation between the full moon and increased seizure activity in animals. What she didn't know is that my mom had read that very article just a few weeks earlier, along several other peer-reviewed articles about studies in humans that concluded there is, in fact, a correlation between seizure activity and the lunar cycle when you consider particular subsets of patients. And there's nothing wrong with considering certain subsets of patients, because while all seizures may share certain characteristics, the underlying causes and triggers vary drastically between patients. Epilepsy is not a disease, it's a term used to say "for some reason, you have recurring seizures." My mom still rants about it – as you know this is all being instagramed after the fact - "All that study shows is that there is no correlation between ALL seizure activity and the full moon! I don't care who you are, 36 plus months of a Gaussian distribution of seizure activity centered on the full moon is statistically significant!" Then she pets me and tells me we're going to beat this thing together.
⁉️Vocês sabiam? Coelhos 🐇🐰
• Os coelhos, assim como as lebres, fazem parte da ordem dos mamíferos lagomorfos.
• Mede, em média, cerca de 40 cm, sendo seis ou sete da cauda. A unha dos artelhos é fendida.
• O coelho permanece constantemente alerta. Se fareja perigo, raspa vigorosamente o solo com as patas posteriores para advertir os companheiros. Quando está tranquilo, desloca-se sempre por meio de pequenos saltos. Para fugir, corre sempre-em ziguezag.
• Nascem nus, de olhos fechados e incapazes de caminhar, cinco a oito meses após já estão aptos a reproduzir.
• Os coelhos têm dois tipos de abrigo: o primeiro, que lhe serve de morada, compõe-se de uma câmara bastante profunda, a que dão acesso muitas galerias, escavadas em ângulos retos. Cada casal tem o seu próprio abrigo, não tolerando intrusos.
• O segundo tipo de abrigo é reservado à criação: consiste numa toca simples escavada na terra, sem galerias laterais e de pouca profundidade. O coelho permanece escondido durante quase todo o dia. Ao final da tarde, sai em busca de alimento, mas mostra-se sempre bastante prudente.
• A alimentação do coelho é semelhante à da lebre: capim seco,trigo verde, luzerna, beterraba, couve, folhagens em geral e frutas vermelhas no verão. Mas aprecia as cascas das árvores, sobretudo no inverno, causando prejuízos às florestas. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fonte: Ciências e resumo.
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Check this out! A Chaco Golden Knee (Grammostola pulchripes) was seen in the Avian and Exotics Service at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph this week. We actually can listen to their heart using a Doppler unit placed on top of the opisthosoma (lower abdomen). On this video, the heart can be heard beating (the heart rate is quite low in spiders).🕷 #spiders#spidersofinstagram#spider#throwback
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This cat came in for his annual exam and this was a completely incidental finding! In this video you can see a parasite squiggling around on the cornea (surface of the eye).
The parasite in this cat’s eye was manually removed. The eye was then examined for any other parasites and for any damage to the surface of the cornea. .