Posts from October, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

South America critter

What is this South American animal?

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Cat pee 103: box Cat litter

cat litter box

Anytime your cat is peeing outside the litter box, always evaluate the litter box.  The design and management of the cat litter box is crucial to encouraging your cat proper elimination habits.  This week Dr. Anna Coffin will discuss how to design a flawless litter box! Continue…

Wordless Wednesday: What’s your diagnosis #31

pyometra

This is an abdominal x-ray of an 8 year old female.  The dog presented for vaginal discharge, lethargic and decreased appetite for 2 days.  The dog had a fever and a mass was felt on abdominal palpation.  What’s your diagnosis and treatment?

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Wordless Wednesday: What’s your diagnosis #30

Floyd's teeth

Did you know that you can age animals by when they loose their baby teeth?  How old is this puppy?  What’s your diagnosis?

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Cat pee 101: The basics

cat pee

Cat pee outside the litter box is the most common reason cats are abandoned, relinquished or euthanized.  Dr. Anna Coffin presents a series of blogs containing everything you wanted to know about cat pee and how to keep it in the litter box! Continue…

Wordless Wednesday: What’s your diagnosis #29

cuterebra

This 2 month old kitten presented due to a hole on the top of it’s head.  Yellow/green discharge was draining from the hole and the object next to it was removed from the hole.  What’s your diagnosis?

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