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A young French bulldog has inguinal hernias
 
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17 August 2015. Two swellings in the inguinal area. The dog had been neutered by a vet one year ago. The undescended testicles were removed by a vet who had pushed them downwards above the scrotal area. That was one year ago. .
Views: 4184 Kong Yuen Sing
Spay/Neuter Surgery: Incision Placement
 
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In this video, we’ll explain the differences in surgical incisions, and what variables determine incision placement and length. Find out how to best perform this procedure in both canine and feline patients, and watch as we demonstrate the process step by step. We offer in-person, hands-on training at our Asheville, N.C., Spay/Neuter Training Center. Visit https://www.aspcapro.org/training-site-training/veterinarian-training
Views: 6043 ASPCApro
8 Dog Neuter Adult Male Pt 1
 
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
QuickSpay ~ Quick Recovery & Male Puppy Neuter - Early Age Surgery
 
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
Views: 10208 DoctorMackie
Scrotal Castration ~ Large Dog with Hernia Repair (Part 2 of 2)
 
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Dr Mackie explains his personal Scrotal Castration incision technique, on a LARGE MALE DOG with Hernia Repair... Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
Views: 16221 DoctorMackie
A 3-year-old French Bulldog has inguinal hernia
 
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Inguinal swellings in a French Bulldog. Possibly inguinal hernias as they can be reduced. Some pain felt by the dog during reduction. The dog had been neutered and 2 retained testicles were pushed down to pre-scrotal area and removed by a vet last year.
Views: 652 Kong Yuen Sing
9 Dog Neuter Adult Male Pt 2
 
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
Quickspay ~ Cat - Adult Male
 
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
Views: 66155 DoctorMackie
‪Castration in Equine   گھوڑے کو کیسےخصی بنایا حاتا ہے۔
 
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Castration means removal of Testicles from someone. In medical terminology, it is known as gonadectomy. Testicles can be removed either by surgery or by any other means which includes the uses of chemicals also. In chemical castration, drugs are used which produces Pharmacological actions on the reproductive organ due to which the object loses the ability to reproduce. Neutering is another term which is used for castration in animals. This process is performed in animals to control their population or to make them perform some required actions or to train them for a specific purpose. training
Views: 229 ANOVUS PAKISTAN
Non-surgical neutering - Are you ready?
 
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If all non-profits could neuter male dogs non-surgically today, it would pour over $50 million dollars into the animal welfare community. Dr. Robert Weedon, Visiting Clinical Instructor of Shelter Medicine at the University of Illinois, Shelter Veterinarian of Champaign County Humane Society and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Alliance for Contraception in Cats & Dogs discusses the technology behind ZeuterinTM, the only FDA-approved nonsurgical sterilant for use in male dogs. This presentation, given at the 2013 ASPCA/Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Conference outlines the importance of training and proper injection technique, tips for successful implementation and real-life examples of how animal welfare groups are currently using it.
Retained Testicles in a Kitten.
 
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The veterinarians advice about what to do and when if your pets testicles do not descend into the scrotum as they grow into sexual maturity. What to do about this condition and how much it might cost.
Views: 263 Krista Magnifico
What Happens When You Get Your Dog Neutered?
 
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Dog Neuter by A Mobile Vet
 
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Dog Neuter by A Mobile Vet
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Dog neuter at Toa Payoh Vets - Myanmar language
 
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Dog castration (neuter) surgical technique video is produced in the Myanmar language for presentation to the Final Year Students at the University of Veterinary Science, Yezin, Myanmar in Aug 15, 2014 Dr Daniel Sing of Toa Payoh Vets performs the open prescrotal neuter of a dog. Each vet has his or her own method. I usually use 3-forceps method. Absorbable sutures are used.
Views: 337 Kong Yuen Sing
5 Puppy Spay Female
 
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
MYTH: You Shouldn't Spay Your Dog Before Her First Heat - WRONG!!
 
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There are many ill-conceived myths concerning fixing your pets. One widely-spread myth is that you shouldn't spay your dog before her first heat. This couldn't be further from the truth. Make sure to spay / neuter your pets by four months to prevent accidental litters. And while you're at it, subscribe and enjoy a ton of great videos. http://www.WhenToSpay.org
Views: 878 When To Spay
Live Dog Neutering!
 
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In honor of Bob Barker's last day on The Price is Right," John neuters his dog live on the air.
Views: 44614 WatchThisTV
Video of Dr Davis laying down a stallion
 
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Laying a stallion down for surgery at the 2014 Low Cost Gelding Clinic: Dr. Eric Davis of the Rural Veterinary Experience Teaching Service (R-VETS) helps an anesthetized stallion lay down for his surgery. Once the stallion is safely down, the anesthetist and student assistants swoop in to prep the stallion for his procedure. This horse was a cryptorchid stallion (undescended testicle), but he's now a gelding!
Views: 270 CHANGE Program
SpayNSave Spay/Neuter Clinic March 19, 2011
 
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For more information about SpayNSave please visit : www.spaynsave.org And please always spay and neuter your companion animals :)
AQHA yearling for sale
 
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Touchdown JB "Owen" is a AQHA yearling for sale. He goes back to Ima Cool Skip, Ms Skip Dee Sea, Terriblea Quincy, The Phenomenal, Doncha Skip A Quincy, Howdy Dreamy Dude, Just one look Mr, & Touchdown Kid to name a few. His parents are To Touchdown and Wincredible Covrgirl. He will make an AMAZING halter/pleasure horse fo someone in the future. The reason we are selling Owen is that when we had the vet out to have him gelded, we were told he is Cryptorchid (he has one undecended testicle) So in order for him to be gelded, he needs a bit more of a complex surgery that will cost more than we can afford to put in to him at this time. Other than that he is a GREAT horse!! MAKE US AN OFFER ON HIM. ALL OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED. call with questions 651-434-8849.
Views: 620 barrelracing576
Post-op visit with Frosty, the cancer surviving pitbull who was dumped to die.
 
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My father and I run Wolf Creek Dog Rescue strictly out of pocket, and perhaps about $100-300 ANNUALLY in donations. Here we currently home 16 dogs from various backgrounds - dogs that were dumped out in rural areas, dogs with severe medical needs that would not otherwise be given a chance, dogs from severe abuse or neglect situations, and dogs with behavioral quirks or certain qualities that make Wolf Creek their permanent sanctuary. We are now in desperate need of help from the community, to help save an abused and abandoned dog we rescued, who ended up direly needing intensive surgery which included losing his penis and much surrounding anatomy to help save his life, and is not out of the woods yet. We rescued an 8-10 year old male pit Monday, 11/24/2014, in Hemet... He had a giant horrific tumor on his sheath which had burst open and was bleeding very steadily, which needed immediate emergency surgery as well as a biopsy to make sure its not malignant, along with a tumor that was found on his scrotum. Evaluating the mass, the vets came to the conclusion that he would have to lose his penis, bacculum (the bone that runs through the penis), the projectile tissue above his penis, as well as his scrotum & testicles and surrounding tissue, to be as sure as possible that any microscopic cancer cells that couldn’t be detected on x-rays and screening did not get missed and cause more problems and a future surgery. Because of the loss of his penis, the vets also had to reroute his urethra (where he pees from) and create a new outlet for it. The cancerous mass on his scrotum was skin cancer, which isn’t quite as invasive and easier to remove and get rid of completely, BUT THE BLOODY HORRIFIC MASS ON HIS SHEATH WAS HEMANGIOSARCOMA – WHICH IS A VERY HORRIBLE AND AGGRESSIVE AND INCURABLE FORM OF CANCER FOUND IN THE BLOOD. We are hoping with this surgery, and the removal of as much possibly contaminated tissue, that this will be the last of it, and he will be able to pursue a happy healthy life from here on out, but there is a great chance that more problems may befall him in the future if any cancerous cells spread. He has been a regular at the emergency vet, because on top of his surgery, the tissue around where he was stitched back up became necrotic (began dying for no reason) and he also had a bad infection at the beginning of the incision. Because of this, they had to re-suture areas of the incision, and are culturing bacteria found in the infection to determine the best antibiotics to use, and currently a gauze pack is being put inside the open part of the incision while the vet determines what tissue will die before closing up the incision and hoping no more tissue will die and cause restitching yet again. He has been patient and sweet through such a traumatic time that I can only IMAGINE, but his grave situation and continued need for veterinary care – right now he has to go in every two days just to get his gauze changed and for the staff to evaluate his progress – has brought what we first thought would be a $1500-2400 surgery to well over $6000. He is a very sweet, loving, older dog, and it is our goal to make him as happy and healthy as possible, and most likely plan for his continued comfort here as a resident here unless he finds a wonderful forever home to call his home after his full recovery from surgery. He smiles, and gives kisses and love so freely!!! It amazes us every day to see what this dog has gone through, and how thankful and gentle he continues to be. If there is anyway you can help, either by donating anything (through PayPal) at http://wolfcreekrescue.webs.com/, through GOFUNDME at gofundme.com/SaveFrosty, or by even sharing this post, I would be truly appreciative and thankful. I'm normally not one to ask for help, but the feed bills here average $400 a month for the various rescue dogs, and we have undertaken a lot of costly rescue missions this year, so funds are extremely low, and like I said, we save numerous lives on less than $300 a year in donations. Even a dollar helps, and especially with this holiday season approaching, the best gift you could possibly give us right now is support. Thank you for your time && happy holidays, all you awesome pet parents out there
Views: 272 MariahVictoriaRose
Large Obese Dog Spay
 
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Ovariohysterectomy of a large, mature, overweight, postpartum dog.
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Ask the Vet - Locked stifles, joint supplements, SI injections, and more! - November 2017
 
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You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about clicker training, SI injections, feed thru joint supplements vs joint injections, locked stifles, when to geld a horse, and way more! Additional reading/watching material mentioned in the video: Ask the Vet monthly video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-ZnjHhkdZ0jyhk8W_2dCawStF Ask the Vet individual topics playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY Ask the Vet blogs: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/category/ask-the-vet/ Horse Health Library Videos: http://pak.horse/2qDfCLe Clicker Training blog: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/2017/05/how-to-pull-a-mane-with-no-muss-and-no-fuss/ Ask the Vet form: http://pak.horse/2gkBThy "The effect of MSM on biomarkers of oxidative stress in sport horses following jumping exercise": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2586020/ Joint reasearch from Larry Bramlage and others: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6920476_Oral_hyaluronan_gel_reduces_post_operative_tarsocrural_effusion_in_the_yearling_Thoroughbred Have some of your own questions? Ask away using #AsktheVetVideo! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at [email protected] and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. What is the best age to geld a stallion? Is it better to do it before starting them under saddle? 2. I have a young horse that had a locked stifle. It happened twice so far, once when she was 2 years old and the second time was about a year after that. Why does it happen? Is there a treatment for it? And is it a long term problem? 3. Is there any benefit to joint supplements given in feed? I have been told they are helpful but also that horses do not metabolize them when given this way and injections are better. Is this true? 4. My horse recently got her SI injected, and I was just wondering if there was anything I could do to help her be more comfortable, especially after hard work/jumping? Could I poultice/liniment the area or is there something else I could do? Thanks! 5. Clicker training for horses has been growing in popularity. What are the pros and cons of it? Is it a more humane way to train horses?
Views: 4072 SmartPak
Spaying And Neutering Teacup Potbellied Pig
 
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www.teacuppiggies.com This is a graphic spay of a female mini pig. Spaying a mini pig similar to sterilization of dogs and cats but more difficult surgery because of the unique anatomy of the teacup potbellied pig. They have miles of intestines and a uterus that’s very long because of the large number of piglets that are born at one time. Teacup pigs and micro pigs are becoming more popular and it is important to have your teacup potbelly or micro pig spayed. You may ask should I have my pig spayed? A unspayed pig has behavior will not want in a pet pig. She will have a heat cycle every 21 days and during that time forget her litter box training as a way of marking for attracting a mate. So if you have a micro, teacup, or miniature pig for proper care you should have your pet pig spayed.
Views: 7146 Joyce Wells

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