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SMÅ DYR MED STOR CHARME Marsvin har længe været kendt og elsket som et godt kæledyr til børn, men især i de senere år har flere voksne taget det lille, sjove og finurlige dyr til deres hjerter. Denne bog henvender sig til alle, voksne og børn, som vil vide mere om marsvin. Giv dine marsvin et spændende og sundt liv. Bogen er spækket med den nyeste viden og dejlige billeder. Mange tips, teknikker vist skridt-for-skridt og gode tjeklister gør den til en praktisk og anvendelig guide til alle fans af marsvin.Køb af marsvinValg af race Marsvins adfærd Ordbog "Marsvinsk" - DanskDen daglige pasning Hyggelige aktiviteter Sundhed og sygdomOM FORFATTEREN:Mette Lybek Rueløkke er dyrlæge og en af Europas førende eksperter inden for marsvin og andre gnavere. I bogen øser hun af sin store erfaring og formidler den nyeste viden om marsvin på en enkel og klar måde.
Bør min hund kastreres? Hvad skal min kat have at spise? Skal kæledyr ikke vaccineres hvert år længere? Kan allergi helbredes? Hvad er homøopati – og hvordan bruges det til dyr?Giv din hund og kat et sundt liv henvender sig til enhver med kærlighed til dyr og interesse for deres sundhed og velfærd. Dyrlæge Lise Bang Hansen sætter fokus på, hvordan vi giver vores hunde og katte en sund livsstil, og giver samtidig et fyldestgørende indblik i de mange behandlingsmuligheder til dyr – både traditionelle og alternative.
At få en hundehvalp er en stor beslutning. Derer rigtig mange ting, man bør sætte sig ind i. Hvornår skal hvalpen til dyrlæge? Hvor tit skal hvalpen spise? Hvad skal man gøre, når hvalpen bider? Man kan bogstavelig talt have 100 spørgsmål.100 HURTIGE SPØRGSMÅL OG SVAR OM DIN NYEHVALP er en guidebog til dig, der skal have en ny hvalp. På en nem og overskuelig måde giver bogen svar på alt, man kan være i tvivl om, når manfår en hvalp i familien. Bogen er skrevet af dyrlæge Lise Bang Hansen, som er kendt for bogen GIV DIN HUND OG KATET SUNDT LIV.
Gareth Steel wants you to understand vets in a way you never could have before.How it feels to watch a healed dog bound into their owner's arms. The joy of breathing life into the fluid-filled lungs of a newborn calf after a difficult labour. The satisfaction of rescuing a distressed sheep from the high-tide line.What it's like to work 100-hour weeks for less than the minimum wage. How it can scar your soul to euthanize a beloved puppy with its grieving family beside you. The pressure of having to know such a diverse range of medicine, that one hour you can be protecting yourself from a dangerously distressed horse and the next you can be performing delicate surgery on a tiny mouse. How all these pressures have built up to the extent that vets have four times the national suicide rate, and why.Gareth Steel has been a vet for nearly twenty years and has worked all over the UK, across both rural and city practices, dealing with all manner of household pets and farm animals. This is his fascinating raw account of just how involved the job is and the toll the extreme emotions that come with it can take, but it also a heart-warming and often humorous story of the desperate lengths we go to for the love of animals.
Make accurate diagnoses and achieve successful treatment outcomes with this highly visual, comprehensive atlas! Featuring a substantial number of new high-contrast images, Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic Variants in the Dog and Cat, 3rd Edition, provides an in-depth look at both normal and non-standard subjects, along with demonstrations of proper technique and image interpretations. Expert authors Donald E. Thrall and Ian D. Robertson describe a wider range of "normal" as compared to other books - not only showing standard dogs and cats, but also non-standard subjects such as overweight and underweight pets and animals with breed-specific variations. Each body part is put into context with a description that helps explain why a structure appears as it does in radiographs, enabling you to appreciate variations of normal based on an understanding of basic radiographic principles. UPDATED! Brief descriptive text and explanatory legends accompany all images to help put concepts into the proper context. High-quality digital images provide excellent contrast resolution and better visibility of normal structures to facilitate making accurate diagnoses. In-depth coverage of patient positioning and radiographic exposure guidelines assists in producing the very best results. NEW! Expanded coverage of the neonatal and juvenile subject includes additional radiographic examples. NEW! Additional material on the normal appearance of some of the more common special procedures performed in private practice includes barium esophagram, barium gastrointestinal study, and positive contrast cystogram. NEW! Coverage of shoulder arthrography illustrates the normal expected location of the joint capsule. NEW and UPDATED! Radiographic images of normal or standard prototypical animals are supplemented by images of non-standard subjects exhibiting breed-specific differences, physiologic variants, or common congenital malformations. NEW! Enhanced ebook, included with the purchase of a new print copy of the book, provides online access to a fully searchable version of the text and makes its content available on various devices.
In this issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest editor Dr. Molly J. Flaherty brings her considerable expertise to the topic of Rehabilitation Therapy. Top experts cover current and emerging areas of interest, with introductory material for the general practitioner as well as advanced material for the rehabilitation veterinarian. Topics include everything from pain management and manual therapies to more focused areas of special interest, such as rehabilitation therapy in palliative care. Contains 12 practice-oriented topics including veterinary spinal manipulation therapy; shockwave therapy; the role of rehabilitation therapy following regenerative medicine in the canine; rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries in agility patients; therapy exercises for early post-operative orthopedic patients; return-to-work for working dogs; feline osteoarthritis management; and more. Provides in-depth clinical reviews on rehabilitation therapy in small animal practice, offering actionable insights for clinical practice. Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field. Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create clinically significant, topic-based reviews.
In this issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest editors Drs. Thomas K. Graves and Chen Gilor bring their considerable expertise to the topic of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats and Dogs. Top experts in the field cover key topics such as hypoglycemia and autonomic failure in dogs; anesthetic considerations in dogs and cats with diabetes mellitus; insulin therapy in dogs and cats; hypersomatotropism and other causes of insulin resistance in cats; and more. Contains 14 relevant, practice-oriented topics including diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome in dogs and cats; diabetes mellitus and the kidneys; continuous glucose monitoring in dogs and cats: applying new technology to an old problem; the role of nutrition in diabetes mellitus therapy; the future of diabetes therapies: ultra-long-acting insulin, smart insulin, novel GLP-1 analogs, SGLT-2 inhibitors and beta cell replacement therapy; and more. Provides in-depth clinical reviews on diabetes mellitus in cats and dogs, offering actionable insights for clinical practice. Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field. Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create clinically significant, topic-based reviews.
Organ-Specific Parasitic Diseases of Dogs and Cats takes an organ-specific approach to the impact of parasitic diseases in dogs and cats. This book provides a detailed description of the key role that parasites play in the pathogenesis of diseases, explores the manifestation of symptoms and diagnosis, and offers prevention and treatment strategies to counteract parasitic infections. An introduction by the editor is followed by chapters from various authors covering parasitic diseases in specific organs and organ systems. The book also provides an overview on the diagnostic evaluation of parasitic diseases. Parasite control, travel management, therapeutic measures, and disease control strategies round out the discussion. With contributions from experts in the field, this book serves as a useful resource to researchers, academics, and postgraduates who wish to expand their knowledge on parasitic diseases, diagnosis, and treatment, and as a reference for scientists looking to develop new antiparasitic drugs.
With nearly 100 different autoimmune diseases reported to occur in domestic animal species, this evidence-based clinical reference is a must-have for every veterinary practice! Autoimmune Diseases in Domestic Animals, from noted veterinary author Ian R. Tizard, sheds light on both common and rare conditions, including skin diseases, diabetes mellitus, thyroiditis, and hemolytic anemia. Convenient and portable, this single-source review addresses autoimmune diseases in dogs, cats, horses, and livestock species with comprehensive coverage of treatment protocols, diagnostic procedures, and the latest pathogenesis studies. All-in-one guide covers the basic science, clinical presentation, and treatment of this set of increasingly prevalent animal diseases. Comprehensive information for each disease prepares students to communicate effectively with clients. Reviews of the most recent relevant literature provide a clearer understanding of complex autoimmune diseases. Detailed coverage facilitates the accurate diagnosis and rational treatment of immunologic diseases. Information on autoimmune mouse strains and other animal models meets the needs of comparative immunology and research students. Expert author Ian R. Tizard is a well-established veterinary writer who is world-renowned on the topic of immunology in veterinary medicine.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest edited by Drs. Gregory R. Lisciandro and Jennifer M. Gambino, will cover Diagnostic Imaging: Point-of-care Ultrasound. This is one of six issues each year. Articles in this issue include, but are not limited to: Lung Ultrasound Fundamentals, "Wet versus Dry" Lung, Signs of Consolidation; Lung Ultrasound for Pulmonary Contusions; Lung Ultrasound for Pneumothorax; Ultrasound of the Diaphragm; Focused Cardiac Ultrasound in the Cat; Focused Cardiac Ultrasound in the Dog; TFAST Accurate Diagnosis of Pleural and Pericardial Effusion, Caudal Vena Cava; AFAST Target-organ Approach and Fluid Scoring System; Ultrasound of the Emergency Renal Patient; Hallmark Sonographic Signs of Ileus, Pneumoperitoneum and Right Upper Quadrant Disease; Thromboembolic Disease; Musculoskeletal; Ocular Abnormalities and Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter; and Global FAST for Patient Monitoring and Staging Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on the latest updates in Diagnostic Imaging: Point-of-care Ultrasound, providing actionable insights for clinical practice. Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest edited by Dr. Fr├⌐d├⌐ric P. Gaschen, focuses on Advances in Gastroenterology. Articles in this issue include, but are not limited to: Esophagitis, Gastroprotective therapy┬╕ Gastric motility disorders in dogs and cats, Aerodigestive diseases in dogs, Digestive diseases in brachycephalic dogs, Acute hemorrhagic diarrhea syndrome in dogs, From bench top to clinics: How to use new tests to diagnose and treat dogs with chronic enteropathies, Differentiating IBD from alimentary lymphoma in cats, Canine protein-losing enteropathies and systemic complications, Impact of GI microbiome changes in canine and feline digestive diseases, Dietary and nutritional approaches for the management of chronic enteropathy in dogs and cats, Value of probiotics in canine and feline gastroenterology, and Fecal microbiota transplantation in the dog.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest edited by Dr. Margie Scherk, is the second of two issues on Feline Practice: Integrating Medicine and Well-Being. Topics in this issue include, but are not limited to: Nutrition and risks of weight and muscle loss; Importance of maintaining muscle and weight: controversies in what to feed; Nutrition: How to feed; Nutrition: assessing requirements and current intake; Stem cell therapy and cats; Complex disease management: managing a cat with comorbidities; Hyperaldosteronism in cats, Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism in cats; Updates in feline diabetes; Feline pancreatitis; Triaditis; Hypertension in cats; Feline gallbladder diseases; Oral health and disease; and Newly recognized neurological entities.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest edited by Dr. Margie Scherk, is the first of two issues on Feline Practice: Integrating Medicine and Well-Being. Topics in this issue include, but are not limited to: Analgesia; Feline Chronic Pain and Degenerative Joint Disease; Feline Neuropathic Pain; Inevitability of Feline Aging: Meeting Physical, Psychological, and Psychoemotional Needs; Stress and Feline Health (Idiopathic Cystitis and the Pandora Syndrome); Environment and Feline Health At Home and in the Clinic; Behavior Problem or Problem Behavior?; Behavior as an Illness Indicator; News in FeLV; Understanding FIP - Update on Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Treatment; New Tests in Feline Medicine; Dermatophytoses/Nasal Planum Diseases; Ethical Questions in Feline Medicine (Declawing, Housing, Prolonging Life); and Incorporating Genetics into Clinical Feline Practice.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest edited by Dr. Lynelle Johnson, is an update on Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine. This is one of six issues each year. Articles in this issue include, but are not limited to: updates on pulmonary function testing in small animals, laryngeal disease in dogs and cats, chronic rhinitis in the cat, feline aspergillosis, canine nasal disease, update on feline asthma, canine chronic bronchitis, tracheal and airway collapse in dogs, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in west highland white terriers, bacterial pneumonia in dogs and cats, and exudative pleural diseases in small animals.