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A six–year–old spayed female Golden Retriever was brought to DoveLewis with the presenting complaint of being poisoned. The dog was immediately triaged to the treatment floor for assessment. On physical examination, she was found...
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A 14 y/o mixed–breed dog presented to DoveLewis laterally recumbent and hypotensive. A ventrodorsal and lateral radiograph of the abdomen was performed. The lateral radiograph is included. The lateral radiograph demonstrate...
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Nathan Bodnar, DVM, walks you through placing an esophagostomy tube in a cat. Esophagostomy tubes are a simple way to introduce nutrition to an anorexic animal or one recovering from oral trauma/surgery. NOTE: This cat is imm...
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A 7 ½ year old neutered male pit bull terrier was examined by his regular veterinarian for a 5 day history of a “swollen” abdomen. The abdominal distention had progressed during this time and was accompanied by a poor appetite of...
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A 12-year-old female spayed Lhasa Apso presented with several days history of vomiting, diarrhea and hyporexia. Physical examination revealed a tense abdomen as well as cranial abdominal pain. Blood work was suggestive of dehydrat...
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A four-month-old female Shepherd mix presented with a two day history of vomiting multiple times daily. Abdominal palpation demonstrated a tense abdomen and a possible firm tubular structure in the region of the cranial abdomen. A...
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Used for anything from soft tissue injuries to bone fractures, spoon splints are common in veterinary hospitals. In this video Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, will walk you through proper placement of a spoon splint on a dog.
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From broken toenails to large lacerations, dog feet see a lot of action. In this video Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), walks you through how to apply a basic foot bandage on a dog.
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Under the advisement of a veterinary ophthalmologist, Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, takes a scalpel blade to an eyeball! A fluorescein stain follows the foreign body removal.
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You may not need this very often; in fact, you probably forgot how to get started! Ehmer slings seem simple but looping a figure eight in the correct direction can be a challenge. Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, will walk you through pl...
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An eight-month-old, intact male Rottweiler presented to DoveLewis for weakness and vomiting of an uncertain length of time. The owners had been out of town for four days and the pet sitters did not notice signs of illness. He had...
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We all know that ear wounds bleed a lot, and bleed often. To keep your hospital (and the client's home) from looking like a crime scene, an ear bandage is a must. Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), walks you through placing an ear ba...
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Client communication is one of the most important skills for the veterinary team. Even during emergency situations time must be taken to communicate well. This article from a seasoned ER DVM gives you tips of the trade to keep you...
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During an exuberant play session, Sebastian failed to complete an acrobatic jump onto a carpeted climbing tree and instead pulled the tree over. The vertical portion of the tree landed across his abdomen; pinning Sebastian to the...
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Xylitol is a sugar alcohol used as a sweetener in many gums, candies, and baked goods. It is also appearing in some brands of toothpaste. Xylitol is a common sugar substitute providing sweetness without calories and it also has so...
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After years of practice in veterinary medicine, I still find myself pondering astonishingly: what won’t dogs eat? We know that most dogs do not have discriminating tastes, but I remain amazed at the wide range of things that dogs...
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History An 81#, nine year old male neutered Labrador Retriever presented to DoveLewis after being struck by a car. After the incident, he was not seen to rise. He had a history of an episode of immune mediated hemolytic anemia j...
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Caring for patients in respiratory distress for any reason can be very daunting. As we watch their respiratory rates rise, our own heart rate and blood pressure can continue on this same trend. Beyond the physical exam, the first...
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I knew it was only a matter of time before the worry and fear of drug resistant infections jumped from the world of human medicine to our utopia of veterinary medicine. Veterinary Medicine: where we don’t HAVE to wear gloves with...
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As long as there are Labrador Retrievers (and like-minded dogs) in this world the veterinary profession will have to deal with toxin ingestions. While identification and treatment of these toxin ingestions are often vital to survi...