Do you know what to do if your pet suddenly collapses? As a service to pet owners, we've developed a Pet CPR infographic that will: Help you easily find the correct compression location on your cat or dog based on its size and shape Safely and accurately deliver rescue breaths Teach you the basics of pet CPR so you can help your dog or cat until they can get to a veterinarian For a more detailed understanding of pet CPR, watch our Pet CPR - Baker Pet Talks, featuring Dr.
Cats and dogs like people have cardiac disease, which when noticed, often presents itself as a cough of exercise intolerance. Without symptoms noticed at home, during a routine visit to your veterinarian, a clue that something is going on my be noticed when your veterinarian hears a heart murmur. What is a murmur? A heart […]
This page has a wide variety of radiographs on cats. Before going through this page you might want to take a gander at our Learning How to Read a Radiograph page. Once we show you the normals that are labeled see if you can figure out what is going on with the abnormal radiographs. Good
Dental Disease in domestic pets is such a bug issue and seen within Veterinary Practice daily. RVN/Vet Techs etc need to be aware of the dental formulas of a range of animals to be able to note down...