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    over the world Provet Millennium Offer Prices from ONLY 8 50 plus VAT and Delivery CLICK HERE for more information Feeding or water bowls hygienic stainless steel Provet Millennium Offer Prices From 7 50 Inclusive VAT and Delivery CLICK HERE for more information Emergency kit Hopefully you will never need to use it BUT if your dog cuts it s foot this kit contains everything you need to help reduce bleeding until you can get to your veterinary practice Provet Millennium Offer Prices 15 00 Inclusive VAT and Delivery CLICK HERE for more information Save s on Dorling Kindersley Dog Books CLICK HERE for more information Nail Clippers regular trimming of nails is necessary if your dogs nails don t wear down naturally These easy to use stainless steel Resco clippers are used by veterinary practices all over the world Provet Millennium Offer Prices Small 8 99 ORDER Large 9 99 ORDER If you have a small dog do you need a new pet carrier Provet has a wide range of carriers available including the Skipper range in a variety of modern colours from Burgundy to Mint Green They come in 3 sizes and Provet Millennium Offer Prices range from

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Catalogue/giftsdog.htm (2016-02-08)
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    Prices for more information A small animal emergency kit just in case your cat cuts it s paw contains everything you need to manage the wound and stop bleeding until you can get to your veterinary practice Provet Millennium Offer Prices for more information Is it time you bought a new cat basket We have a range of Skipper carriers available in a variety of modern colours from mint green

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Catalogue/giftscat.htm (2016-02-08)
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    in energy content and excessive intake can cause obesity which is a major problem in pet Budgerigars so the seed mix should contain a high proportion of cereal seeds rather than oily seeds Owners should select a seed mix which is guaranteed by the manufacturers to be a COMPLETE food for Budgerigars In the USA and Europe the word COMPLETE on the pet food label is a statement that the food contains everything that the named species needs To achieve this the manufacturers may add mineral supplements eg iodine or calcium to the mixture of natural seeds If owners try to compile their own mixture it is unlikely to be a balanced ration and nutritional deficiencies are more likely to occur Iodine deficiency causes enlargement of the thyroid which puts pressure on the respiratory airways leading to wheezing and panting It used to be a common problem before owners started to provide complete foods Once crushed the husks of the seeds are often left in the seed bowl and owners should remove these regularly and top up the container with fresh food Feeding troughs should not be too deep otherwise the Budgie may not be able to reach the bottom layers of seed In nature seeds are usually taken off the ground and ground feeding is acceptable in cage birds and aviary birds In addition to seeds Budgerigars like and benefit from occasional small amounts of green foods Chickweed Dandelions Groundsel Lettuce Parsley Watercress and fruit including the following Apples Blackberries Grapes Oranges Peaches Pears Plums All fruits and fresh greens should be free from pesticides and washed thoroughly before they are given Too much fruit or greens can dilute the essential nutrients contained in prepared foods and so should be avoided Some breeders advocate the feeding of hard boiled egg as an extra protein source with biscuits during breeding and moulting periods and some commercially available foods contain egg A healthy beak is essential for the budgerigar to be able to eat properly and deformities or overgrowth of the beak may result in the bird being unable to eat sufficient food in which case it will lose weight and could even die so abnormalities of the beak should be treated as soon as they are recognised Some Budgerigars but not all will use a cuttlefish bone an additional source of calcium or a mineral block which helps to keep the beak trim Seed eaters such as Budgerigars require small bits of grit These are swallowed and kept in the gizzard where they help to breakdown the seeds Young budgies find seeds that have been softened with warm water easier to eat before they are fully weaned and a supply should be made available regularly on the floor of the cage or aviary The amount of food that a Budgerigar requires depends on it s activity level If a bird is kept in a relatively small cage there is limited opportunity for it to exercise and so its energy requirement

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Petfacts/healthtips/budgiefeeding.htm (2016-02-08)
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    of undigested fat in the faeces Sometimes mucous will be seen and sometimes fresh blood see dysentery and haematochezia and melaena The photograph below is of dysentery The photograph below is of black tarry melaena The photograph below is of haematochezia The picture below is of faeces blood and mucus typical of colitis Sometimes blood can be present in a faecal stool without there being any obvious external change in appearance this is called occult blood and can be detected using sensitive laboratory tests The appearance of the diarrhoea can give a very good idea of the location of the gastrointestinal disorder Appearance of faeces Location of disorder Normal colour Increased volume Large bulky soft stool Small intestine Very watery no obvious blood Small intestine Very watery stool with fresh blood dysentery Small intestine Typical of canine parvovirus infection or Haemorrhagic gastroenteritis Yellow brown or green soft bulky stool Small intestine Pale greasy putty coloured soft fatty foul smelling stool Steatorrhoea Black tarry stools Melaena Very pale white crumbly stools Lack of bile pigment Small volume but frequently passed stools Colon Formed faeces or watery faeces with mucus Colon Clear mucus or mucus Colon Watery faeces with fresh blood and mucus Colon Cause Diarrhoea is a very common clinical sign which can be associated with a whole variety of causes including FUNCTIONAL CAUSE REASON UNDERLYING CAUSE Osmotic movement of water into the faeces Excessive food intake overloading the system with retention in the intestine lumen Can be just excessive intake of one nutrient e g high fat content Failure to digest nutrients properly resulting in retention in the lumen of the intestine Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency bacterial overgrowth enzyme deficiency e g lactase deficiency bile salt deficiency Dietary intolerance True dietary allergy rare Diseases of the mucosal lining of the small

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/signs/diarrhoea.htm (2016-02-08)
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    involving emetic centres in the medulla of the brain which can be stimulated by a variety of stimuli The most common causes are gastrointestinal tract inflammation obstruction partial obstruction or distension stress fear excitement movement travel sickness toxins bacterial or chemical chemicals produced in the body in association with many diseases e g urea in renal failure pyometra trauma especially concussion of the brain or spinal cord cancer high body

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/signs/vomiting.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Reptiles and Salmonella
    of human salmonellosis were reported to the Public Health Laboratory Service PHLS and Communicable Disease Surveillance Unit in the UK Only 7 of these cases were thought to have been contracted from reptiles In humans the most frequent types of Salmonella that cause infection in humans are Salmonella enteritidis and Salmonella typhimurium two serotypes which are rarely found in reptiles However other types of Salmonella are found in reptiles and

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Petfacts/healthtips/reptilesalmonella.htm (2016-02-08)
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    Antacid anti flatulant Decreases gas production in gastrointestinal disorders Do not use in rabbits with renal disease or alkalosis Do not use with tetracyclines or iron compounds Dipyrone 6 12mg kg 2 3x daily Anti inflammatory antipyretic analgesic and antispasmodic drug Doxapram 2 5mg kg IV 5 10mg kg IV Respiratory stimulant Doxycycline 2 5mg kg twice daily orally Long acting tetracycline which is efficient against anaerobes and intracellular bacteria It is safer in animals with renal problems as it is excreted via the intestine Enrofloxacin 5mg kg twice daily orally 50 100mg L drinking water 5mg kg twice daily orally or SC Fluoroquinolone antibiotic Fenbendazole 20mg kg day orally for 5 doses Anthelminthic Fentanyl citrate fluanisone 0 5ml kg IM 0 2 0 5ml IM sedation 0 3ml kg IM Neuroleptanalgesia Fentanyl citrate fluanisone diazepam 0 3ml kg IM and 2mg kg IP or IV 0 3ml kg IM and 1mg kg Neuroleptanalgesia Fentanyl citrate fluanisone midazolam 0 3ml kg IM and 2ml kg IP or IV 0 3ml kg IM and 1mg kg Neuroleptanalgesia Flunixin 1 1mg kg twice daily SC Anti inflammatory drug Frusemide 5 10mg kg twice daily Diuretic Gentamicin 5mg kg day SC or IM 4mg kg day IM Aminoglycoside antibiotic especially effective against gram negative organisms May induce acute renal failure Griseofulvin 25mg kg orally once daily for 28 40 days 25mg kg day orally for 28 days 25mg kg day for 4 weeks orally Dermatophytosis Halothane As required General anaesthesia Innovar Vet 10 solution droperidol and fentanyl citrate 0 2 0 3ml kg IM Sedative and analgesic Used with xylazine for anaesthesia Isofluorane As required Inhalant anaesthetic of choice for rabbits Ivermectin 200 400 micrograms kg orally Two doses 8 10 days apart 200 400 micrograms kg SC 400 micrograms kg orally 200 400 micrograms kg SC IM Antiparasiticide Used to treat ear mites Ketamine 44mg kg IP 50mg kg IM 25 40mg kg IM 25mg kg IM sedation 10mg kg IV 10 minutes after xylazine Dissociative anaesthetic Irritant by IM route Must be diluted and injected with care to avoid the sciatic nerve Ketamine and Diazepam 25mg kg and 5mg kg IP Anaesthesia Ketamine and Medetomidine 25mg kg and 500micrograms kg IP Anaesthesia Ketamine and Xylazine 35mg kg and 5mg kg IP 35mg kg and 5mg kg IM Anaesthesia Lime sulphur 2 5 solution Apply topically once a week for 4 6 weeks Insecticide Lindane 0 03 solution Dip once a week for 3 treatments Chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide used to treat ectoparasites Malathion 2 solution Dip every 10 days for 2 treatments Organophosphate insecticide used to treat ectoparasites Meperidine 10 20mg kg 4x daily SC or IM Short acting narcotic analgesic Methohexital 10mg kg IV Short acting barbiturate anaesthesia Methoxyfluorane As required Anaesthesia Metoclopramide 0 5mg kg 3x daily SC 0 2 1mg kg twice daily orally SC IM or IV Anti emetic Used to treat gastric trichobezoars in rabbits Should not be used if gastrointestinal obstruction perforation or haemorrhage is present

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/rabbitdrugs.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Product
    Frogs Hanging Product Code 150 RA These pictures are available in various frame options Click on the size to add to your basket Fine Art 30 00 Fine Art 55

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Cat2000/CatJW.asp?Img=150-R (2016-02-08)
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