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    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/teachers/Curriculum/SFrame.htm (2016-02-08)
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    lips fatigue increased respiratory rate increased heart rates It is confirmed on laboratory examination of blood samples There are many possible causes of anaemia which may require other tests to be performed to make the diagnosis including the following Haemorrhagic anaemia blood loss from the body the most common cause of anaemia in pets External haemorrhage wounds nose bleeds Internal haemorrhage into urine faeces or body cavities eg the abdomen Common causes of haemorrhage include Trauma Tumours of various organs Blood clotting defects Poisoning with anticoagulants eg warfarin prevent blood clotting and cause haemorrhages Severe liver disease the liver manufactures important clotting factors Large numbers of blood sucking parasites eg ticks hookworms Gastrointestinal ulcers can occur after drugs eg non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs Haemolytic anaemia increased destruction of red blood cells the least common cause of anaemia in pets Autoimmune disease caused by antibodies being produced against the animals own red blood cells Toxins eg snake venom onions paracetamol phenylbutazone fertilizers nitrates lead copper Blood parasites eg Mycoplasma haemofelis previously called feline haemobartonella infection leptospirosis canine heartworm dirofilaria immitis Reaction to an incompatible blood transfusion Hypotonic fluids given intravenously Physical injury to red cells burns radiation poisoning Low

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Petfacts/healthtips/anaemiacauses.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Product
    Fortune Subject Novel Product Code 1905241003 Provet List Price 10 99 VAT 0 Rate nbsp 0 nbsp Description This is the first novel by Billy Kelly Price includes packing and postage to UK addresses It is an excellent story well

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Cat2000/General.asp?ProdId=23471 (2016-02-08)
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  • Provet for publishing Billy Kelly A Fool's Fortune Novel Gift Wrapped
    leaning on his half door staring out at the wide Atlantic Ocean and the green mound of Mutton Island thinking of mushy peas and dreaming of fortunes After being presented with the letter Fanahan leans back on the half door and calmly returns his gaze to the horizon beyond which he speculates hopefully there rest vast mountains of gold and diamonds just waiting to be gathered up in large wooden

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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Bordetella bronchiseptica in Cats
    recognised as causing significant disease in cats Now a vaccine has been developed When Bordetella bronchiseptica infects cats it affects both the upper and lower parts of the respiratory system Cats present with nasal discharge sneezing lymphadenopathy fever inappetance and a cough The cats also develop a mild to severe pneumonia Studies involving culturing samples from swabs taken from cats in the UK and USA suggest that 5 of healthy

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/bordatellacats.htm (2016-02-08)
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    is species specific and causes respiratory genital or systemic disease Serological surveys Cats There is a high prevalence of contact with Chlamydofila felis in cats based on serological screening 45 of farm cats and 30 of household cats showing conjunctivitis Dogs Up to 50 of normal healthy dogs have antibodies to Chlamydia Breed Occurrence There is no breed specific increased incidence Signs Cats Chlamydofila felis is a common cause of conjunctivitis which often affects one eye a few days before the second one gets inflamed Affected cats have inflammation of the conjunctiva blepharospasm and an ocular discharge Cats with feline immunodeficiency virus infection may develop prolonged signs Chlamydia may be involved in genital infections of cats but this is inconclusive Dogs Chlamydia have been suggested to cause chronic keratitis in dogs but they are also found in the eyes of normal dogs so the significance is not proved Only isolated cases of infection has been reported possibly indicating transmission from other species e g budgerigars Complications Diagnosis Generally swabs taken from superficial sites or aspirations from deeper tissues are examined directly for inclusions or cultured on McCoy tissue cultures Fluorescent antibody techniques are highly specific and there are some ELISA tests available but interpretation is problematic Cats Intracellular chlamydial inclusions can be seen in epithelial cells collected by swabbing the conjunctival membrane or on positive fluorescent antibody testing of conjunctival scrapes Chlamydia can be isolated from faeces and rectal swabs and may inhabit the genital tract Treatment Oral tetracycline is the treatment of choice except for superficial infections at a dose rate of 22 mg kg three times daily for 3 4 weeks Alternatively doxycycline at 5 10 mg kg twice daily for 3 4 weeks Cats Treat conjunctivitis due to Chlamydofila felis with topical tetracycline ointment administered four times

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/chlamydia.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • CAB International End-User Licence Agreement
    of more than 2 copies of a CABI Publishing article or abstract is prohibited other than for classroom or instructional use Users wishing to re use articles or abstracts for purposes other than classroom or instructional use should contact CABI Publishing to obtain written permission Individual articles or abstracts may not be made available in fee paying servicesused for the purposes of monetary reward by means of sale resale loan transfer hire or other form of exploitation of the Licensed Materials and may not be systematically supplied or distributed onward from the site of the User Copyright Except where otherwise stated CAB International is the copyright holder for all Content and this licence in no way implies any transfer of that copyright to the User Users may not modify or adapt in any way any of the Content protected by these copyrights Copyright notices must not be modified or removed from any Content obtained under the terms of this licence Liability Although CABI Publishing has taken reasonable care to ensure that the information data and other material made available online is error free and up to date it accepts no responsibility for corruption to the information data and other material

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