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    In the following essay, I will debate the issue of animal testing along with the manufacturers whom participate, and provide information for both sides. I will start by presenting some basic animal cruelty laws. The Animal Legal Defense Fund maintains a database of criminal animal cruelty cases in the U.S. reported to our organization. In the last ten years, over 30% of cases that we have tracked involve animal neglect (Animals Neglect Facts). Animal cruelty includes some of the following, torturing

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    I’m pretty sure that once in your life you have heard the word or term “Parvovirus”, or in its shortened form, “Parvo”. Likely, if you have heard of this word you know it isn’t a great one. Canine Parvovirus is a severe life threatening virus, hence the name, found in dogs of nearly any size and usually found in dogs 6 months or younger. The Parvovirus attacks blood cells and sharply affects the intestines. In 1967 the parvovirus was discovered and given the name CPV-1 and at the later period of

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    Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is currently a common issue among house cats in the United States. Feline lower urinary tract disease is a term used to describe the formation of urinary crystals and stones found in the bladder, ureter, urethra, and kidneys. Nutrition and diet have been proven to play an integral role in cause, prevention, and treatment of FLUTD. Understanding the role and balance of magnesium, phosphorus, and calcium in the diet can help owners make better dietary choices

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    Feline panleukopenia virus (FPV), or feline distemper, is a viral disease caused by feline parvovirus- a viral infection which weakens the immune system by reducing the white blood cell count then attacks rapidly dividing cells such as those found within the intestinal tract and stem cells found in bone marrow (Garigliany et al. 2016). The virus can survive in environments for long periods of time, resisting most disinfectants and increasing the risk of exposure to felines. Kittens and fetus are

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    Savannah cats are an amazing cat breed. With striking horizontal spotting and dark tear drops its no secret that Savannah cats are exotic looking. But the amazing part is they are actually considered a domestic cat breed and one of the largest domestic cat breeds in the world. Bellow is information on Savannah cat personality, weight and more. Savannah Cat Diet A Savannah cat’s diet should contain little grain content plus high in protein. Savannah cats cannot digest high grain content in commercial

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    However, for all of his health issues, he proved a loving and trusting companion. For starters, he carried cat herpes. Thankfully, this strain can only pass from feline to feline. Generally, with medication, it will not harm the animal too much. However, I only uncovered this little-known fact a month after we said our goodbyes to him. Feline herpes causes respiratory problems in cats if left untreated, and Gimli keyed the term ‘respiratory problems’. Every breath he took sounded like an asthmatic having

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    Feline Leukemia Virus

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    other species of animals that are equally affected by these diseases as well. Generally, the viruses that these species fall victim to exclusively affect a single species without affecting other species. Feline Leukemia virus for example can be found exclusively in cats. More specifically, this Feline Leukemia is a retrovirus, which leads to metastasis, tumor growth, and slow infections to develop. The FLV is one of the most common ways that cancer occurs in cats weakening their immune systems and making

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    • In the morning I helped Adriana restrain a dog named Sinbad for a jugular venipuncture. He was a well-tempered dog just very vocal, so with one hand I grasped his muzzle, tipping his head back towards the ceiling so we can extend his neck. Then with my other hand I wrapped my arm around his front so he wouldn’t start sliding backwards. Luckily Adrian is very quick at finding the jugular vein so Sinbad didn’t have to stay in this position for too long. • On this day an emergency came in, it was

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    Professional Conduct Critique A 3 years old female spayed DSH presented with a large rectal prolapse. Two days prior to presentation the cat was continuously straining and going back and forth to the litter tray. On the night before presentation the owner observed a development of rectal prolapse. On the clinical the cat was BAR. General clinical examination was unremarkable. A 5 cm oedematous and inflamed rectal prolapse was present. An investigation and treatment plan and was done and a cost

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    Animal Deworming Essay

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    Deworming of dogs and cats A part of the selection process all our animals receive one dose of deworming. At the time of adoption you should see at least the following information: • For cats : one dose of Revolution® • For dogs: one dose of Advantage Multi® (sometimes we also give Revolution). It is possible that the animal has received more than one deworming, depending on the age and parasites it may be infected with. If the client has simple questions you can refer to the chart below to answer

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