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  • Technique for Saving More Newborn Calves Open link in new window
    A technique that may help to save more calves is the Madigan squeeze technique, developed by Dr John Madigan for treating newborn foals that were depressed and inactive. The method seems to also be effective in newborn calves that are depressed and not alert. 
  • Hip Dislocation in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    Hip dislocation is the common term for the separation of the femoral head from the pelvic acetabulum. In order for the hip to dislocate, trauma must be severe enough to break the capital ligament.
  • Bladder Stones (Struvite) in Cats Open link in new window
    While struvite bladder stones can sometimes be found incidentally while looking into another problem, most of the time they are found when the cat is showing signs of lower urinary tract disease.
  • Calving Difficulties and Solutions Open link in new window
    At calving, it may be necessary to assist cows and treat newborn calves.  
  • Thyroid Treatment Using Radiotherapy for Cats Open link in new window
    This method of therapy is generally considered the safest and most effective method of treatment for feline hyperthyroidism.
  • Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex in Cats Open link in new window
    Feline allergic skin disease can take some highly ulcerative forms, especially involving the upper lip. Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex is a hard condition to explain, especially since it has several forms, but we will give it a try.
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    Allergic conjunctivitis is most commonly treated with eyedrops or ointments containing corticosteroids,
  • Nail Trims for Kittens Open link in new window
    There are several low stress handling methods that can be used to make it easier for you to trim your kitten's nails.
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Open link in new window
    FIV is a virus that causes AIDS in cats; however, there is a long asymptomatic period before AIDS occurs and our job is to prolong this asymptomatic period.
  • Laboratory Tests Hinting at Cushing's Syndrome Open link in new window
    Excess thirst, excess urination, excess appetite, poor hair coat and a pot-bellied appearance. This is a classical disease for which lots of information is available. We have attempted to include an explanation of this complicated problem and all the latest information.

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