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Whether it is exam procedures, treatment procedures and even surgery procedures, our team of veterinary professionals will try to explain them in a way that is easy to understand, whether you are a pet owner or part of the veterinary field.

TPLO surgery – Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair

Cranial crucial ligament rupture is one of the leading causes of hind lameness in dogs and the most common orthopedic problem seen in veterinary practices. You probably have heard of the anterior crucial ligament injuries in athletes, which is actually similar to cranial cruciate ligament rupture in dogs, but the causes and treatment vary.  If …

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Surgical correction of inguinal hernia in dogs – Veterinary Surgery Video

What is an inguinal hernia in dogs? An inguinal hernia in dogs is considered to be an event where an organ or a piece of tissue is protruding through a usually normal body opening. When an inguinal hernia occurs, there is a defected inguinal ring that will allow some abdominal contents to move into the …

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How to Deal With an Aggressive Cat at The Vet Clinic – Suggestions by Veterinary Professionals

Do you often find asking yourself the question of how to deal with an aggressive cat at the Vet Clinic? Handling a cat can be a stressful experience for everyone involved, and it can lead to aggression if not appropriately addressed.  When the clients are making an appointment it is essential to educate them about …

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Diaphragmatic hernia in a cat – Veterinary Surgery Video

WHAT IS A DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA? A diaphragmatic hernia in cats occurs when there is a break in the continuity of the diaphragm and this allows protrusion of abdominal viscera into the thorax. In small animals, such as dogs and cats, diaphragmatic hernias usually follow violent trauma such as car accidents or falling from very high. …

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Uterine Prolapse Video by Vet Ranch – Veterinary Surgery Video

What is uterine prolapse? Uterine prolapse is a life-threatening condition in female animals which describes the protrusion of the uterus. The uterus is a muscular organ that has the role of supporting the development of the embryo and fetus. Uterine prolapse is a rare condition when it comes to small animals and is more often …

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Aural Hematoma Repair in a Dog – Veterinary Surgery Video

What is an aural hematoma? An aural hematoma (ear hematoma) is a collection of blood between the skin and the cartilage of an animal’s ear. Usually, it is caused by scratching of the ear that is too aggressive or a head shake. Both dogs and cats can suffer from ear hematomas, but dogs are more prone. Treatment …

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Bladder Stones in a Dog – Veterinary Surgery Video

WHAT ARE URINARY AND BLADDER STONES? Urinary stones (or medically known as urolithiasis) are a very common condition when it comes to lower urinary tract diseases in domestic animals. Bladder stones, on the other hand, medically known as calculi, are the result of precipitation and formation of crystals due to a variety of minerals. Urinary …

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Vaginal Prolapse in a Dog – Veterinary Surgery Video

What is Vaginal Prolapse in a Dog? When a vaginal prolapse in a dog occurs it is seen as a swollen, doughnut-shaped vaginal tissue that is protruding from the vagina from the inside out.Some of the causes for vaginal prolapse may include genetic predisposition, a proliferation of the vaginal mucosa (or vaginal hyperplasia), hormonal disbalance, …

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