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Demodex Mange in a Pit Bull Puppy with Great Results!

Demodex Mange in a Pit Bull Puppy with Great Results!

Doc Pawsitive, “Leader of the Pack” at the PAWS Veterinary Clinic discusses Demodex mange in dogs. Demodex is part of the normal skin flora in all dogs but can occassionally proliferate and cause skin disease.


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Roundtable Rival – Lindsey Stirling

Roundtable Rival - Lindsey Stirling

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A Vet Shows How to Examine Your Own Dog

A Vet Shows How to Examine Your Own Dog

Watch a veterinarian explain how to examine your dog at home. Topics include inspection for fleas and ticks as well as their control. Inspect your Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier, Boxer, Schnauzer, Irish Setter, Westie Terrier, Corgi, Golden Retriever, Labrador, Poodle, Bichon, Beagle, Shih Tzu, Collie, German Shepherd, Pomeranian, Pug, Whippet, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Bull, Pomeranians, Rottweilers, Golden Retriever, Doberman Pinscher, and Bulldog


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English Cocker Spaniel Puppy Birth – 5 puppies

English Cocker Spaniel Puppy Birth - 5 puppies

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Our English Cocker Spaniel Sam having puppies

This is the full length video, If you want to watch a much shorter version that just shows the births, i’ve divided it into 5 videos and linked them together.

link at start of video

It was her first time, she had a bit of pain with the first one, but the 4 following puppies were no trouble. This is the full video i haven’t cut anything. Its a bit long, the one right at the end is definitely worth watching as i got the whole thing really well too.

This is our first time doing this so apologise in advance if we didn’t do everything correctly, all the dogs were very healthy.

Video filmed on blackberry Q10

الانجليزية المنغمس الكلب جرو ولادة حية خمسة الجراء Arabic
English আদর করা spaniel কুকুরছানা আমার পাঁচ একপাল বাস Bengali
英国可卡犬的小狗活产五只小狗 Chinese
chiot cocker spaniel anglais naissance vivante cinq chiots French
english cocker spaniel κουτάβι ζουν γέννησης πέντε κουτάβια Greek
अंग्रेजी लाड़ प्यार करना चाटुकार पिल्ला जन्म पांच पिल्लों रहते हैं Hindi
Inggris cocker spaniel anjing hidup lahir lima anak anjing Indonesian
inglese cocker spaniel cucciolo in diretta alla nascita di cinque cuccioli Italian
イングリッシュコッカースパニエルの子犬が誕生5子犬を生きる Japanese
english membiarkan anjing spaniel hidup kelahiran lima anak Malay
filhote de cachorro cocker spaniel Inglês viver nascimento de cinco filhotes Portuguese
Английский кокер-спаниель щенка живорождения пять щенков Russian
Inglés cocker spaniel cachorro de nacidos vivos cinco cachorros Spanish
ค็อกเกอร์สเปเนียลลูกสุนัขภาษาอังกฤษอาศัยอยู่เกิดห้าลูกสุนัข Thai
tiếng Anh Cocker Spaniel sống con chó con sinh năm con chó Vietnamese

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BIRTHDAY CAKE for the Dog Homemade How to Dog Birthday Cake Recipe | Snacks with the Snow Dogs 20

BIRTHDAY CAKE for the Dog Homemade How to Dog Birthday Cake Recipe | Snacks with the Snow Dogs 20

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Ingredients
1 egg
1/4 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup cooking oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/3 cup honey (optional)
1 cup shredded carrots
1 cup whole wheat or white flour
1 teaspoon baking soda

Directions:
Preheat Oven to 350. Combine the egg, peanut butter, oil, vanilla, and honey (if you use it) in a large bowl, and blend it together. Stir in Carrots, then slowly add Flour and baking soda. Mix until thick. Spoon into greased round cake pan.

Bake for 40 mins at 350. Then leave in pan for 10 mins after removing from the oven. Them move to a cooling rack.

Frosting:
1 8oz Package of Cream Cheese
Dash of Cinnamon
Splash of Vanilla Extract
A squirt of Honey

Put it all in a bowl and whip until creamy! Ta da!

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Excellent Lowchen

Excellent Lowchen

Lowchen competing at Excellent level


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Penn Vet & Pets for Life, Bringing Veterinary Care to the Community of Philadelphia

Penn Vet & Pets for Life, Bringing Veterinary Care to the Community of Philadelphia

In a North Philadelphia rowhome, four students from the School of Veterinary Medicine are examining Pebbles, a friendly cocker spaniel. She’s a little overweight but otherwise healthy. “She has a great hairdo,” fourth-year student Hannah MacAyeal tells Billy, Pebbles’ owner.

The group then initiates another conversation about Billy’s other cocker spaniel, a male named Mr. Earl, who isn’t neutered, and points out the benefits of neutering Billy is initially unsure, by the end of the visit he is more comfortable, and arranges for Mr. Earl to have the surgery.

The students’ visit was a part of the Pets for Life program, an initiative of the Humane Society of the United States that provides free spay/neuter and wellness care for pets in underserved communities. Penn Vet has partnered with the program since 2013, an arrangement that enhances the education of veterinary students while providing animals with care they need—but their owners may not be able to afford.

The program is representative of an expanding notion of what shelter medicine entails. Rather than focusing just on animals in shelters, Pets for Life shares information and provides resources for owners to keep their pets healthy at home.

Philadelphia is one of the core locations for Pets for Life and has become a model of success; the program has since expanded to 30 cities, concentrating in pet service “deserts.” In Philadelphia alone, more than 13,000 pets have been seen as part of the program.

“Over three-quarters of the clients in the program have never been to a veterinarian,” says Brittany Watson, director of shelter animal medicine and community engagement at Penn Vet. “We’re able to be this link for these individuals to trust veterinarians and understand why this care is so important.”

As part of their shelter medicine rotation, Penn Vet students in their third or fourth year do neighborhood outreach with Pets for Life each Thursday of the spring semester. Sometimes it’s to check up on pets who have been neutered or vaccinated; other times it’s pure door-to-door canvassing, striking up conversations with residents about their pets.

These visits give the students real-world experience in primary veterinary care. In one outing earlier this spring, they encountered ear mites, skin diseases, behavioral problems, and undiagnosed masses.


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Dogs Welcoming Soldiers Home Compilation 2012 [HD]

Dogs Welcoming Soldiers Home Compilation 2012 [HD]

Soldiers coming home to their lovable pups! Man’s best friend!

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Dogs 101 – Akita

Dogs 101 - Akita

All about akitas


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Laparoscopic (keyhole) Ovariectomy (Dog Spay) – Towcester Veterinary Centre Small Animal Hospital

Laparoscopic (keyhole) Ovariectomy (Dog Spay) - Towcester Veterinary Centre Small Animal Hospital

Towcester Veterinary Centre Small Animal Hospital is the only veterinary practice in Northamptonshire that currently offers its clients the option of performing routine surgical procedures, including bitch spays, using laparoscopy. Laparoscopy or minimally invasive surgery(keyhole) is a surgical technique in which the operation is performed through small incisions as opposed to much larger incisions needed for the more usual open techniques. The advantages are many fold including less post operative pain, less haemorrhaging and shorter recovery time.