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Part 3: Surgical Colic
As we saw in the previous part of this series, Medical colics are those which can be managed medically, usually on the yard. However, about 1 in 10 cases of colic require emergency referral to an equine hospital for surg…
July 26, 2012 • 7 shares
Colic: Part 2: Medical Colics
In my last piece, I looked at how the vet will examine a horse with colic. Following this, and using all the information from the history and workup, he or she has to decide if the colic is Medical or Surgical. The terms…
June 22, 2012 • 3 shares
Colic: Part 1: Diagnosis and Workup
It's something all horse owners dread - colic. However, colic is a symptom, not a disease in its own right, and has a wide range of different causes. This is the first in a three-part series where I'll be looking at coli…
June 14, 2012 • 25 shares
Do cats get inflammatory bowel disease?
Do cats get inflammatory bowel disease?
If your cat often has an upset tum, you might be wondering what’s causing it. Most of us are familiar with the term inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) as a cause of long-term digestive issues in people. So, it might be onl…
May 1, 2023 • 168 shares
Why is my dog’s poo yellow?
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Why is my dog’s poo yellow?
Being up close and personal with our dog’s bowel habits is part and parcel of being a dog owner. We all at some point have been guilty of having long conversations regarding the character of our dog’s faeces, especially…
February 19, 2022 • 106 shares
Can I Choose my Own Referral Vet?
Can I Choose my Own Referral Vet?
The veterinary surgeon who your pet sees for vaccination and check-up exams is likely to be a general practitioner. These vets will have the equipment to diagnose and treat a wide number of encountered health issues. On…
November 13, 2021 • 20 shares
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