2020-04-03
  • 11:57 am What Are The Perfect Conditions to Make or Keep Fish Healthy?
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  • 1:55 pm 18 Microscopy – Chilodonella
  • 1:44 pm 19 MICROSCOPY – Trichodina
  • 1:44 pm 20 MICROSCOPY – Miscellany

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Denamarin was a “me too” veterinary preparation of Milk Thistle sold as a ‘proprietary’ answer to the far-more-effective “Urso” which is ‘ursodehydrocholic acid’ and had been working WELL for liver disease, cirrhotic, fibrotic, infectious….But Veterinarians didn’t ‘control’ the drug and there was a generic. Milk Thistle contains minuscule amounts of UDCA and so it was […]

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The following is excerpted from one of my fave sites, (Vetfolio) for my notes category. (For future reference but linked for bibliographical accuracy.) Limbal (Epibulbar) Limbal melanomas are the most common ocular melanomas in dogs, accounting for 20% to 50% of these tumors,17-19 and are less common in cats.7 In both species, this tumor is typically a […]

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This is up here mainly for me. Or in case I have a colleague who wants to see a few things I put together to help me formulate a halfway decent chemotherapy protocol. Certain medicines are hard to get, including Chlorambucil and Cyclophosphamide. Those would run into the thousands over 2 months. However, Doxorubicin and […]

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This is only in my Vets Notes and Libraries section because it’s pretty much veterinarian notes on appetite, appetite stimulation, rule outs for failing appetite and medications that may help. There’s a discussion of ‘recently’ discovered hormones Leptin and gRhelin that mitigate appetite in dogs and pretty much every other mammal. “My Dog Won’t Eat.” […]

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Cushing’s Disease Veterinary Notes So, I put together 39 pages of information on Cushing’s Disease, which is overactive Adrenal Glands. The body produces way too much Cortisol and the impact is insulin antagonism, and hunger and thirst, weight gain, thinning skin, premature aging. And increased vulnerability to infections. Actually, a lot of the same symptoms […]

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Holy moley! Awesome! https://www.cochranelibrary.com/

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease ( IBD ) – Feline This is in my Vet Notes section as more of a library entry Inflammatory Bowel Disease is common, and I think more common in cats than dogs tbh. Recommendations: Metronidazole, steroids, fiber diet, B12, and probiotics. Inflammatory Bowel Disease _Feline_ Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Medical […]

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Dr Yanong on Antibiotics and Fish Dr Yanong wrote this down in Florida for the fish farmers and the aquaculture people, and is keenly important to, and relevant to, the tropical and pond fish trade. It is extremely thorough and the section on bath treatments with the doxycyclines / OTC’s against certain bacteria and in […]

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How Toxic Is Advil Ibuprofen to Dogs? This document is authoritative for Ibuprofen toxicity in dogs. It’s in my Vets Notes library section for my future reference.  I did not write this and it is produced in its entirety. https://drjohnson.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/PDF_Ibuprofen_Toxicity_Dogs.pdf

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Download:  Bromethalin – Toxicology – Merck Veterinary Manual Bromethalin, a nonanticoagulant, single-dose rodenticide, is a neurotoxin available as bars (blocks), pellets, seed, and a fake worm you can give to Moles. The net result is cerebral and spinal edema and increased CSF pressure, leading to neurologic dysfunction. Bromethalin can cause either an acute or a […]

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This doesn’t pass for what someone like Terence Hamilton knows, as he is an oncology specialist, but for ‘the basics’ out here in general practice, this has good information. Looks like it was written / compiled by an AHT  –  not a doctor but it’s damn good nonetheless. So I’m putting it here for my […]

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