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Arthur, a 6-month-old opossum came to us this week because of a painfully swollen shoulder. A physical exam revealed that he had sustained an injury that created a shoulder fracture, causing a large abscess. Arthur’s abscess was first drained and the area cleaned. Once he is fully healed from this initial surgery, we will work […]
This week we celebrate hairball awareness! We will learn preventative measures to help our furry friends through this rather unbecoming act. Routine grooming is ingrained in a cat’s daily routine from the day they are born. While the occasional hairball is expected, due to their fastidious personal grooming, frequent hairballs could indicate a problem. Tiny […]
What You Should Know About the Midwest Canine Influenza Outbreak The Virus The canine influenza outbreak afflicting dogs in the Midwest is caused by a virus closely related to Asian strains of influenza A H3N2 viruses, currently in wide circulation in southern Chinese and South Korean dog populations. The virus is currently afflicting more than […]
This week a 1/2 oz. baby love bird named “Babybird” came to us in need of help. While her parents were nursing her, a strand of human hair got wrapped around her left leg, cutting off her circulation. We were able to successfully undo the tourniquet and treat the wound locally. Little love bird “Babybird” […]
The benefit of x-rays are endless in the medical world. X-rays are pertinent in determining your pet’s condition and help us to make correct assessments about their health. This case study involves Sawyer, an 8-year old mixed-breed, who was adopted by an officer from a local shelter several years ago. Sawyer came to us because of an […]