Seeing inside your pet when your pet does not feel well is not so easy, especially if you are a veterinarian or vet technician who loves your pets and you do not want to find anything really wrong with your pets.. It requires some very special machines. If you are serious about it, and serious about being proactive about your pet's health, you can buy used versions of these machines and keep a close watch on your pet's internal health at home.
3 April 2017
Dogs use many different strategies to communicate with us, but they can't always figure out how to tell us when they are in pain. In some cases, dogs may even hide their pain. This can be especially true when it comes to a toothache. The following are signs that your dog may be suffering dental distress. Symptom #1: Difficulty eating There is one time when a dog can't easily mask their discomfort – when eating.
16 March 2017
When you take your dog into the veterinarian to be spayed, you may not be sure exactly what you should expect. This can make the procedure scarier than it needs to be, especially since it is very routine and is likely a procedure that your dog's veterinarian performs several times each week. This article is going to discuss 2 things that you can expect when you take your dog into the veterinarian to get spayed.
8 March 2017
Running a new veterinarian clinic can be a rewarding experience, but starting and growing that business can be stressful both mentally and financially. Here are a few things you can do to save some money and keep stress to a minimum while you are growing your veterinarian practice and client base. Buy Your Equipment Used An excellent way to keep your costs down while building up your newly opened veterinary clinic is to buy used veterinary supplies whenever possible.
1 March 2017
Making sure that your dog or cat receives regular checkups and vaccinations at the veterinarian's office is absolutely important. However, if you're looking to reduce your pet's stress, minimize pain, or treat chronic illnesses, give these three alternative treatments a try. Acupuncture Acupuncture is starting to become a common sight at many veterinarians' offices. Acupuncture has to either be performed by a veterinarian or under a veterinarian's supervision, so talk to your vet to see if they offer an acupuncture program for pets.
30 July 2015