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Lizard Hindlimb Amputation Surgery – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

“My Savannah Monitor patient had a resistant bacterial infection in his right back leg that unfortunately led to necrosis of his foot and lower leg. These affected tissues were non-recoverable and amputating the dead foot along with the infection was the indicated treatment. I introduce the bone saw…Good luck in the OR and thanks for viewing!” Watch this video by …

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Yulin Festival: A Crime Against Pet Dogs & Cats – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

This video is intended to share the horrible ways dogs, cats and other animals used for food production are treated in other parts of the world. The truth is it comes down to cultural differences. The people that capture and slaughter dogs and cats in certain parts of Asia are not cruel or evil, they’re just extremely different from us. …

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Femoral Head & Neck Ostectomy – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

This is a very neat surgical procedure called a “Femoral Head & Neck Ostectomy” aka FHNO or FHO. My Corgi patient needed this surgery following a traumatic hip luxation. It’s a little graphic but a very neat orthopedic procedure. Enjoy! Femoral head and neck ostectomy is a procedure that is one of the treatment options for hip dysplasia in dogs. …

Euthanasia: When is it Time… – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

Euthanasia is a procedure in which the veterinarian helps the pet end its suffering by terminating its life. This procedure is only performed in cases of terminal disease or no possible positive outcome. The appropriate time to perform euthanasia is when the animal is suffering and at the same time, there isn’t a possible way to alleviate the suffering. If …

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Cystotomy in a Sulcatta Tortoise Video by Dr. Evan Antin

Dr. Evan Antin: “This Sulcatta Tortoise patient of mine had stones in her urinary bladder. Surgical intervention was necessary to remove the stones as shown in this video. See what it’s like to surgically access the inside of a tortoise-through the shell! The bottom half of a tortoises shell is call the “plastron” and that’s what we’re cutting into. Thanks …