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Cryptorchid Neuter In A Dog. Cost, Options and Case Example
Dr. Magnifico is a small animal veterinarian who discusses her patient Cash who is a crytorchid dog. Why you never leave a testicle behind and how much it might cost you. Warning surgery video. For more help on this ask me for free at Pawbly.com. I do not reply here.
Views: 268 Krista Magnifico
Rare Double Cryptorchid Surgery
-------VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED-------- Taz is a male Queensland Blue Heeler who is a rare double cryptorchid medical case. Usually in a cryptorchid case only one testicle will drop while the other stays in the abdomen. In Taz's case both testicles never ended up dropping so both stayed in the abdomen. If not removed the testicles can become cancerous. Luckily Taz had both removed and is now happy and healthy!
TUTORIAL - Male Cat Cryptorchid in Abdomen
Hello! In this tutorial the tutorial will be more difficult because this video will show you how to repair a male cat with cryptorchid in the abdomen. You can do it by yourself from now by following the instructions in the video. I have done this surgery myself many times with the technique seen in the video, it's an easy way to do this.
Views: 8443 Dr.Ming Kwan
Canine Cryptorchidism Explained by Doc Pawsitive
Doc Pawsitive takes a few moments to explain cryptorchidism in male dogs, also known as undescended testicle(s). The term cryptorchidism broken down simply means "crypto" or hidden with "orchid" or testicle. A cryptorchid dog has a hidden testicle, which is defined as a testicle that has not descended into the scrotum, the normal position for testes. This condition is more commonly seen in toy breed dogs such as Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terriers, Maltese, Pomeranians and others. Cryptorchism is a heritable condition, meaning it can be passed down through generations and consequently cryptorchid dogs should never be bred. The majority of dogs should never be bred anyway, but the undescended testicle is prone to other problems in the long-term, including testicular cancer. In a normal male dog, the position of the scrotum below the body ensures the testicles are maintained at a lower temperature than normal canine body temperature. The lower scrotal temperature ensures the sperm viability for reproduction. Undescended testicles at higher than normal temperatures have a much higher incidence of testicular cancers or neoplasms. Studies show that over 50% of testicular Sertoli Cell tumors occur in cryptorchid dogs. The reason for this condition is simply a failure of the testicle to migrate to the normal position as puppies develop in-utero, or inside the mother. Embryologically the testes start out in nearly the same position as the ovaries in a female dog, however while the ovaries stay put, the testes migrate down through the abdomen headed for the scrotum. With cryptorchism, one or both of the testes fails to migrate the full path and reach the scrotum. Occassionally the testes may nearly reach the scrotum and can be felt in the groin area right next to the scrotum. Other times the testes remain intra-abdominal, or inside the abdomen. In the instances of intra-abdominal cryptorchids, the canine neuter surgery will be more expensive than a standard neuter because of the increase in surgical difficulty. An intra-abdominal cryptorchid neuter is actually more similar to a canine spay or ovariohysterectomy and consequently costs almost the same as having a female dog spayed.
Views: 20593 MellowYellow1800
Undescended testicle in a Golden Retriever
Cryptorchidism is the condition in which the testicle is not descended into the scrotum. This 2-year-old Golden Retriever has only one descended testicle. In this dog, I cannot palpate the left undescended testicle under the skin and so it must be inside the abdomen. The owner informed me that Dr Daniel had said that the retained testicle was the right. The owner must be informed that there needs to be an opening of the abdomen to fish out the retained testicle. This testicle will be near the bladder. The owner was not in favour of removing the normal descended testicle. Removal of the undescended one prevents complications if it becomes cancerous. As the active exercising dog is very thin, a blood test is done.
Views: 12061 Kong Yuen Sing
Canine Inguinal Cryptorchid, 1 incision
It goes without saying that these videos are intended for educational purposes, and these surgeries should only be performed by veterinary professionals.
Views: 546 Harmony Vet Care
Abdominal Cryptorchid Cat Castration
This video shows a technique for castration of an abdominal cryptorchid cat. The retained testicle is located with the use of a spay hook.
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A young French bulldog has inguinal hernias
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: 5328 Kong Yuen Sing
QuickSpay ~ Quick Recovery & Male Puppy Neuter - Early Age Surgery
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: 10640 DoctorMackie
Male Feline Cryptorchidism and Castration
"A vet and another originally thought "V" was female as there were no testicles present. My human insisted that "V" was male. Months later, a single testicle began to descend. The other was fat and juicy and remained in the abdomen. The vet said it couldn't be functional, but he would remove it anyway. He doesn't know the passion and vitality of the Vajra Lineage. We're a fertile bunch! Good thing too: because it was still active and able to 'perform'. The vet executed a great surgery, removed each testicle. This presented a great educational opportunity. I asked my human to record it. So, for your education, I present: Venus' castration." – Vajra, Venus' grandmother. #Cryptorchidism #ProudOfMyGrandSon
Views: 6537 TuacaKelly
Dr Belinda's Veterinary Vlog: Episode 13 - Bye Bye to Bertie's Balls - A Tale of Cryptorchidism
One Ball Bertie came in for his castration. He is cryptorchid which means that one of his testicles didn't descend into his scrotum. Find out why it is important to castrate cryptorchid dogs and follow his surgery from start to finish.
Views: 554 Dr Belinda The Vet
Quickspay ~ Cat - Adult Male
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: 77402 DoctorMackie
Laparoscopic surgery for veterinarians
Many veterinarians are starting to offer minimally invasive options for spay, liver biopsy, gastropexy, rhinoscopy. Scopes enable your eyes to see inside the abdomen, thoracic cavity, nose, ear or a joint. Instruments become an extension of your hands to dissect, cut and coagulate. Please contact VetOvation at 919.247.0328 or visit our web page at www.vetovation.com to learn more about our equipment and training programs.
Views: 335 Les Meadowcroft
Spay Surgery
We here at Willard Veterinary Clinic wanted to show you what goes on behind closed doors in a surgery suite. Most of this video is raw footage, with commentary by one of our doctors. If you are squeamish please do not view this video, as it is a surgical procedure.
Views: 1720 Willard Veterinary
100 Dogs Neutered With NEW Chemical Injection Saving Thousands - Hope For Dogs | My Dodo
WA2S Films web: http://www.WA2S.org WA2S Films Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WA2S.org Hope For Dogs: http://www.hopefordogs.org My DoDo: http://www.mydodo.org Like My Dodo? You'll love Hope For Dogs rescue videos from the World Animal Awareness Society & WA2S Films. Dr Peter Denooij of Canada was in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic teaching many volunteers at the October 2016 mega spay neuter, hosted by Rescatame Punta Cana and Caribbean Spay Neuter, how to use calcium chloride solution to neuter male dogs. This fairly new procedure - an injection of Calcium Chloride in a solution takes a fraction of the time to complete, and the the cost is 80% less than conventional spay neuter surgery. Help the World Animal Awareness Society save thousands of at risk dogs working with dozens of dog rescues around the world. The work never stops, and we need you. Donate and help us help rescuers save more lives! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9ZPQCGKA7QXSY Subscribe and stay tuned for more videos from the WA2S Films official YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/WA2sorg WA2S Films is: Deanna Vollano & Tom McPhee WA2S Films productions are filmed on Sony, Panasonic, and DJI camera systems c. 2017 All Rights Reserved Hiring WA2S Films for Your Next Shoot Supports The Work Of The World Animal Awareness Society & WA2S Films http://www.WA2S.org/WA2S-Films 818.561.5109 Los Angeles Music courtesy Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Narration courtesy of Vocal artist Mark Rider: http://ridervo.com The words The Dodo are trademarked by their rightful owner: TheDodo.com, Inc. which is owned by Group Nine Media GNM: Serial Number: 86975013 World Animal Awareness Society & WA2S Films have no affiliation with GMN or The Dodo whatsoever.
A rare case of a cat with no descended testicles
Sep 29, 2015. This Persian cat, male, 6 months old has no well developed scrotal sac. The cat has penile erection every night and humps the pillow for the past 2 weeks. So the young lady wanted him to be neutered. A check on the inguinal area showed no obvious retained testicle. In conclusion, the testicles are retained inside the abdomen. There is a younger cat introduced. This cat hissed at him earlier but now are best of friends. This is a timid cat and so it is possible that he has the beginning of FIC. The owner will slim down the cat, give ;pain killers and let me know whether the evening humping behaviour and penile erection persist.
Views: 1972 Kong Yuen Sing
Retained Testicles in a Kitten.
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: 321 Krista Magnifico
Pomeranian Facts
POMERANIAN - Top Dog Facts About the POMERANIAN The Pomeranian, belonging to the Spitz family, is one of the most popular toy dog breeds in the world. The breed’s ancestors were sled dogs common in the Arctic region for long. One of the breeds descended from these tough dogs was the German Spitz, which was bred for smaller size in the Pomerania region, in modern-day Germany and Poland. From here, the smaller dog was taken to England around the mid-1700s, where it was first called the Pomeranian. These dogs were still larger in size compared to the modern Pomeranian, and were almost always white or grey in color. Queen Charlotte, the queen-consort of King Edward III, and Queen Victoria, helped make the breed popular in England. Queen Victoria also encouraged a systematic breeding program that focused on developing smaller dogs of a wider range of colors. The first breed standard was written in England towards the end of the 1800s. The Pomeranian came to the US around the same time, and has remained popular as a pet and as a show dog. Time for some Ruff Trivia: - The Pomeranian is known as the Zwergspitz in some countries. What does ‘Zwerg’ mean? o A: Happy o B: Dwarf o C: Home What do you think, give it your best guess in the comments below before we get to the answer! Hang on tight and we’ll get back to this Ruff Trivia Question toward the end of the video. The height of an adult Pomeranian is typically between 8 to 11 inches, and weight between 3 and 7 pounds. It has a thick, double coat, with a short dense undercoat and a profuse, harsh, long outer coat. The heavily plumed tail is set high and lies flat on the back. The most common colors are orange, black, cream or white, with less common colors being brown, red, blue, sable, tan, spotted, brindle, or combinations of any of these colors. Its ears are small; gait is smooth; and expression is alert and foxlike. Grooming: Daily brushing is recommended to keep the Pomeranian’s thick coat clean and without matting, as well as to minimize shedding. Many owners prefer to trim the coat every 1 to 2 months. Regular brushing of teeth, trimming of nails and cleaning of ears are needed. Environment: A Pomeranian is an extrovert by nature, loves being the center of attention and makes for an excellent family pet. It is very friendly with family members, loves to curl up in the lap of a grown up and is good with kids. It can get aggressive with other dogs and also tends to be very defensive when faced with new sounds or people. It is one of the more vocal breeds, particularly if not trained to stand down when instructed by the owner. Training: The Pomeranian is known to be an intelligent dog that can be trained easily. Because of its small size, its exercise needs are easily met by moving around inside the house, or a moderate walk. Health: The life expectancy of a Pomeranian is 12 to 16 years. Kneecap dislocation, tracheal collapse and severe hair loss are some common ailments. Cryptorchidism, a disorder in which one or both testicles do not descend, is a common issue, which can be easily treated through minor surgery. Merle-colored Pomeranians are prone to some additional genetic problems like deafness, ametropia, micropthalmia and colobomas. An outgoing, high-energy dog, the Pomeranian is perfect for a small apartment. It is very intelligent and eager to learn, and if you can give it some daily time for training and play, it will keep you company and entertain you with its antics too. Find out if the Pomeranian would be a good addition to your home. Now you can visit Brooklyn’s Corner.com to take our quiz and find out which dog would be the best match for you.
Views: 712 AllAboutDogs
Male Dog Castration Paul Kelly Veterinary Surgeon
http://paulkellyvet.com Male Dog Castration Hi my name is Paul Kelly I am a veterinarian and my practice is located on the Fairyhouse Road just outside the village of Ratoath in county Meath. My practice is 16 miles from O'Connell Street in Dublin city centre. My practice is called Paul Kelly veterinary surgery. In my practice we cater for mostly small domestic pet animals and exotics pets. One of the most common procedures I carry out most days is dog neutering and castration of dogs or young male pups. Some people call it spaying, but for male dogs the correct terms are castration and neutering. The procedure can be carried out if the dog is at least five to six months old. That's the earliest age at which you can carry that particular procedure on dogs and pups. Castrating a dog is removing the reproductive organs i.e. removing the testicles. For your male dog, castration means removing the testicles, this has many advantages for you as a dog owner. It means that your male dog will stop producing the male hormones, which will have the effect that your dog will not be spraying around your home marking his territory as much; it will also mean that your dog will not go off in search of females looking to mate with them. It also lessens the chances of your dog getting into fights with other males over female in heat. Another important result of having your dog neutered or castrated is that it greatly reduces the risk of developing problems related to their prostate getting enlarged in later years, which can cause health issues for your dog. Both dog neutering and cat castration take place under general anaesthetic, I give all dogs a general medical health check to ensure that they are in a fit and healthy condition to undergo the operation. The costs of spaying are approximately €90 to €100 depending on whether the cat is a three or six kilo cat. Costs of castrating a dog is €180 to €200 again depending on the weight and size of the dog. The aesthetic accounts for a lot of the cost of the procedure. The dogs are in and out in one day, they recover very quickly. . If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call me or my team here at the surgery, you can reach us on +353 1 8027 604 or visit our website at http://PaulKellyVet.Com Our surgery address is 3B The Old Mill, Fairyhouse Road, Ratoath, County Meath. Ireland Thank you for watching the video. male dog castration male dog neuters spaying a male dog
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Subcutaneous ureteral bypass device placement
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Scrotal Castration ~ Large Dog with Hernia Repair (Part 2 of 2)
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: 16683 DoctorMackie
Can dogs detect prostate cancer?
In a study presented at the 2014 AUA annual meeting in Orlando, FL, Gianluigi Taverna, MD, of Humanitas Research Hospital in Milan, Italy, reported results from a study in which trained highly trained dogs detected prostate cancer volatile organic compounds in urine samples. One dog's rate of accuracy was 99%, with 100%sensitivity and 98% specificity, while a second dog's rate of accuracy was 97%, with 99% sensitivity and 96% specificity.
Views: 534 Urology Times
8 Dog Neuter Adult Male Pt 1
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)
Blood work of pyometra Miniature Schnauzer Pt 2
Mar 19, 2015. A 6-year-old Miniature Schnauzer's blood test showed bacterial infections but no kidney disorder. Low red blood cell count indicated bleeding.
Views: 95 Kong Yuen Sing
9 Dog Neuter Adult Male Pt 2
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)
Laparoscopic Crypt Orchid Resection dog
Laparoscopic surgery is a great option for animals with a crypt orchid. If your practice is interested in adopting this equipment please contact VetOvation at 919-247-0328 or visit our web page at vetovaation
Views: 31 VetOvation Inc.
Using the KX5000 Veterianry Ultrasound to Examine a Dog with Cystitis and Vulvovaginitis
Watch as a veterinarian uses a KX5000 Veterinary Ultrasound to Examine a Dog with Cystitis and Vulvovaginitis. Please visit https://www.keeboVet.com to see the selection of new and used ultrasounds we sell at best prices.
Views: 603 KeeboVet
Live Dog Neutering!
In honor of Bob Barker's last day on The Price is Right," John neuters his dog live on the air.
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Dog neuter at Toa Payoh Vets - Myanmar language
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: 374 Kong Yuen Sing
Endoscopic superficialization of hemodialysis arteriovenous fistula
The video shows an alternative minimally- invasive technique to superficialize deep running but otherwise matured AVF in obese patients.
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What Happens When You Get Your Dog Neutered?
The surgeon makes a small incision in the front (toward your dogs head) of scrotum. Neutering your labrador the site. If your dog's testicles don't descend, you still need to have him neutered. Neutering your male dog dogtime health general 45 neutering url? Q webcache. Neutering your male dog pros and cons purebred puppy. Dog neuter surgery, from start to finish petcha. Includes myth 4 male dogs need to have sex before being desexedmyth 5 faq when is desexing surgery not safe do? 9. What happens after the surgery? . Neutering after care all you need to know about caring for your dog neutering surgery. These dogs tend to have more testicular tumors than normal you been told that neutering is a must for your male dog? Absolutely enlarged prostate occurs in 80. 12 things you need to know about spay neuter dog neuter surgery, from start to finish petcha. By spaying or neutering your dog, you are veterinarian sedates dog and puts him under general anesthesia. Neutering (castrating) male dogs & puppies benefits of spaying and neutering your dog ask a vet all you need to know about spay neuter surgery or not? New studies change answer for some pet 4 bizarre things nobody tells. What to expect when your dog gets neutered youtube. The attending staff monitors his breathing and heart rate. Each testicle is removed and the blood supply vas deferens (spermatic cord) are tied off spay neutering dogs 101 everything you need to know associated with your dog's or neuter get an idea of what not included 19 jul 2017 can have really great benefits both pet you! castration spaying a dog vary lot depending on type so it's best check vet. The cost 3 jul 2014the behavioral and medical benefits of neutering male dogs puppies. If you have a golden retriever whom want to hike with for many years, by spaying or neutering your pet, you'll help control the pet homelessness crisis, in older dogs, dogs that are overweight health problems 6 oct 2015 rather, pay some vet do it while thank stars that, though means work and bills worry about family find out why dog is important how surgical cats will cease roaming mate because hormonal urge so has been what people think happen their dog, not always happens at all, if decide neutered, also need 17 feb 2011 don't neuter yet read this life saving information encourage get animal sterilized as soon it's safe 25 jun 2012 result change pets behaviour based on getting worse after i believe could bitch litter first before her, breeding should. Googleusercontent searcha male dog can be neutered any time after eight weeks of age. Neutering your male dog dogtime. That is the major reason vasectomies have never been that popular in veterinary occurs when you are training or working your dog, using him for field work topic of spaying and neutering most often brought up by dog owners; For dogs this cycle approximately twice a year last three think because male don't to worry about issue? . Why neuter your dog? Petfinder. Spaying and neutering
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Study examines cancer risk for golden retrievers
Study examines cancer risk for golden retrievers
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Testes Scan
Testes Scan serves to image the testicles. The Ultrasound Suite presents the best technology in testicles scan in Ireland. Available in Dublin and Bray. Call Now or Book online on http://www.theultrasoundsuite.ie/medical/testes-scan.html
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MYTH: You Shouldn't Spay Your Dog Before Her First Heat - WRONG!!
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: 895 When To Spay
Hollie Klug-Demonstration 1: Appropriate Garb and Glove Technique
ASHP Sterile Product Preparation Training and Certificate Program
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Spaying And Neutering Teacup Potbellied Pig
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: 7607 Joyce Wells
Post-op visit with Frosty, the cancer surviving pitbull who was dumped to die.
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
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Large Obese Dog Spay
Ovariohysterectomy of a large, mature, overweight, postpartum dog.
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Spaying and Neutering Your Pet is Easy! First Coast No More Homeless Pets
6 Steps to Spaying or Neutering Your Pet - First Coast No More Homeless Pets offers free and low-cost spay/neuter programs! Thank you to IWEarYourShirt.com and Bissell for this awesome video! www.fcnmhp.org
Male white lab mix neutered
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Ask the Vet - Locked stifles, joint supplements, SI injections, and more! - November 2017
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?
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