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Is there rehabilitation for horses after serious injuries?
Horses
Is there rehabilitation for horses after serious injuries?
Horses are prone to serious injuries. Not only because they run at high speed, jump over obstacles and make sharp twists and turns, but also because of their anatomy. Their legs have evolved to become long and thin, stan…
February 8, 2022 • 20 shares
My cat came in with scuffed claws - why is that?
Cats
My cat came in with scuffed claws - why is that?
Cats are innate explorers, and little birds and mice are not the only victims of feline adventures; sometimes our free-spirited pets can injure themselves too. But what are the most common accidents that can happen outsi…
October 14, 2021 • 51 shares
Why are my cat’s eyes dilated?
Cats
Why are my cat’s eyes dilated?
Cats have very distinctive eyes; the iris or coloured part of the eye. It can range in colour from blue to greens or hazel or copper appearance. The pupil is the black part of the eye seen centrally which controls how mu…
July 7, 2021 • 30 shares
Should I throw sticks for my dog?
Dogs
Should I throw sticks for my dog?
Simple answer - do not throw sticks for your dog. Many pet owners are unaware of the dangers that stick throwing poses to their dogs. Dogs inherited the urge to play fetch from their wolf ancestor. Wolves had the drive t…
December 10, 2020 • 58 shares
When should I be concerned that my dog or cat is bleeding?
Common Conditions
When should I be concerned that my dog or cat is bleeding?
Most people get queasy at the sight of blood, and for good reason. In both people and animals, bleeding is usually a sign that medical attention is required. Understandably, the sight of your beloved furry companion blee…
December 2, 2020 • 46 shares • 2 comments
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Fox hit by car
One recent morning, in the middle of the snowy weather, it was a real struggle to get to work. After a difficult journey, I was surprised to find that the nurse was already checking in a patient. A motorist had found a s…
February 15, 2010 • 2 comments
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