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    DW0066 Provet List Price 21 60 Discount Price 19 98 Save 1 62 nbsp There is a Provet minimum discount of 7 5 VAT Standard nbsp 20 nbsp Description A liquid supplement in an economical concentration that is easy to administer and acts quickly to calm and relax dogs and cats The inclusion of herbal remedies homeopathic remedies and nutritional supplements in Provet s online catalogue is for the benefit

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    Price DW0053 Wheatgerm Oil Capsules 100 4 90 4 53 DW0054 Wheatgerm Oil Capsules 200 8 40 7 77 DW0055 Wheatgerm Oil Capsules 500 19 40 17 94 The inclusion of herbal remedies homeopathic remedies and nutritional supplements in Provet

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  • Provet Database Access
    Club Rescue Lancashire Northern Labrador Rescue Nottinghamshire Northern Labrador Rescue Yorkshire Northern Labrador Rescue Northumberland The Labrador Rescue Trust Somerset The Labrador Rescue Trust Somerset The Labrador Rescue Trust Wiltshire Lincoln Humberside Yorkshire Terrier Club Rescue Nottinghamshire Yorkshire Terrier Club of Scotland Rescue Sterlingshire Yorkshire terrier Club Rescue Bedfordshire Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Cheshire Yorkshire Terrier Rescue West Sussex Westie Rescue Scheme West Yorkshire Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Welfare Rescue SErvice Essex Eastern Counties Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rescue Cambridgeshire Humberside Cavalier King Charles Club Rescue North Yorkshire Humberside CKCS Club Rescue Lincolnshire Midland CKCS Club Rescue Midland CKCS Club Rescue Worcestershire Midland CKCS Club Rescue Midland CKCS Club Rescue Leicestershire Northern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society Rescue County Durham Northern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society Rescue North Yorkshire Northern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society Rescue Lancashire Scottish Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Rescue Sterlingshire South West Wales CKCS Club Rescue South West Wales CKCS Club Rescue Gwent Southern Counties Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rescue Buckinghamshire West of England CKCS Club Welfare Scheme Devon Marbelton Boxers Lancashire Tyegarth Surrey Brenda Lynch Bloomfield Middlesex J Young Ayrshire Allertonshire GSD Club North Yorkshire Birmingham District GSD Association Staffordshire Bolton District GSD Club Cheshire British Association for GSDs West Midlands British GSD Training Club Lancashire Clyde Valley GSD Club Strathclyde Crewe North Staffs GSD Club Staffordshire Derbyshire GSD Club Yorkshire Fife GSD Club GSD Alsatian Club of The United Kingdom Hampshire GSD Club of Bristol Avon GSD Club of Devon Devon GSD Club of Essex Essex GSD Club of Hertfordshire Hertfordshire GSD Club of Kent GSD Club of Northern Ireland GSD Club of Scotland Ayrshire GSD Club of Suffolk Suffolk GSD Club of Wales Gwent GSD League of Great Britain Shropshire Heads of The Valleys GSD Club Humberside GSD Club North Humberside Iceni GSD Club Essex Leicestershire GSD Club Leicestershire Lincolnshire GSD All Breeds Training Society Lincolnshire Lowland Counties Alsatian Training Club Lanarkshire Midland Counties GSD Association Derbyshire Norfolk GSD Club Norfolk North Eastern GSD Club Tyne Wear North Wales Alsatian Club Anglesey North Yorkshire South Durham GSD Club Cleveland Northern Alsatian All Breeds Training Society Lancashire Northumberland Durham GSD Training Club County Durham Preston Fylde GSD Club Lancashire Reedyford Dog Training GSD Club Lancashire Sheffield GSD Society South Yorkshire South of Scotland GSD All Breeds Training Club South Western GSD Club Somerset South Yorkshire Alsatian Association South Yorkshire Southern Alsatian Training Society East Sussex Southern German Shepherd Dog Club Hertfordshire Tyne Valley GSD Club County Durham West Yorkshire GSD Club West Yorkshire Wigan Alsatian All Breeds Training Club Lancashire British Rottweiler Association West Sussex Eastern Counties Rottweiler Club South Yorkshire London South East Rottweiler Club Kent Midland Rottweiler Club Derbyshire Northern Ireland Rottweiler Club Northern Ireland Northern Rottweiler Club West Yorkshire Rottweiler Club Surrey Rottweiler Club of Wales Vale of Glamorgan Scottish Rottweiler Club South Western Rottweiler Association Hampshire Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Warwickshire Eastern Counties Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society Hertfordshire Humberside Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Midland Cavalier King

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    is ill as only he or she can correctly advise on the diagnosis and recommend the treatment that is most appropriate for your pet Description Hypoplasia means a failure of an organ to reach normal size due to a failure during development Common examples are renal hypoplasia and testicular hypoplasia If the degree of hypoplasia is severe organ function may be so badly reduced that clinical signs result and life

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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Hip Dysplasia - is screening working ?
    scoring of hip XRays for radiographic changes associated with hip dysplasia In other countries eg Finland such schemes have been running even longer The aim of these schemes is to identify individuals with radiographic evidence of the disease and to encourage breeding only from animals with very low scores The long term intention is to reduce the occurrence of the disease in predisposed breeds by reducing the genetic pool of affected animals and earlier reports in the literature claimed success from such schemes A Finnish report however by Lepp a nen et al Journal of Small Animal Practice 2000 41 19 23 involved a review of 10 335 German Shepherd Dog records over a 12 year period 1985 1997 and it raises questions about the value of current screening programmes They could find no evidence of genetic improvement in German Shepherds during the study period even though in Finland the Kennel Club do not allow breeding from dogs unless they have only mild hip dysplasia Grade C on their classification or better The report reveals some other interesting findings For example there has been an increase in the numbers of offspring graded affected C or worse and a decrease the number graded excellent grade A when one of the parents were graded as normal grade B or only mildly affected Grade C Most important of all the report raises the whole question about whether or not such schemes can work After all it is well documented that hip dysplasia is the result of many factors not just genetic inheritance It is possible that stricter controls on breeding ie only allowing breeding from dogs with Grade A excellent hips might result in genetic improvement but this needs to be proved On the other hand if breeding from stock selected on their

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    hard palate and soft palate following trauma Cause There are several possible causes for congenital cleft palate a Genetic cause An hereditary basis for the disease is suspected for congenital clefts but the mechanism has not yet been determined Any such genetic trait is thought to be multifactorial recessive polygenic and dominant with partial penetration b Excess vitamin A intake during pregnancy In 1967 Wiersig and Swenson reported that 125 000 IU of Vitamin A per kilogram body weight given to Beagle bitches on days 17 22 of gestation resulted in cleft palate developing in their puppies Vitamin A is an essential nutrient for normal growth and defects in bone growth are seen with insufficient as well as excessive dietary intake Vitamin A has a controlling influence over both the osteoblasts and osteoclasts in epithelial cartilage and so there is a rational explanation as to why excessive vitamin A intake might result in cleft palate In addition commercially prepared complete pet foods contain more than sufficient available vitamin A yet breeders and owners frequently supplement their pet s ration with vitamin supplements High vitamin A content is also a feature of many natural food sources including liver and fish oils Cod liver oil is a very popular nutritional supplement with pet owners and it contains 18000 m g per 100ml 4000 IU per gram Some vitamin injections contain as much as 500 000 IU of vitamin A per ml c Cortisone Administration of cortisone during pregnancy can lead to the development of cleft palate in the fetus d Hydroxyurea Administration of the cytotoxic drug hydroxyurea hydroxycarbamide is reported to cause cleft palate Acquired cleft palate is common following falls from a height and less commonly following road traffic accidents Breed Occurrence The following breeds of dog have been reported to have cleft palates mixed and small terrier breeds Beagle Bernese Mountain Dog Boston Terrier Bullmastiff Bull Terrier Chihuahua Cocker Spaniel Collie Dachshund English Bulldog German Shepherd Dog Golden Retriever Miniature Schnauzer Norwegian Elkhound Pekingese Shih Tzu Staffordshire Bull Terrier Toy Poodle Wire haired Fox Terrier Brachycephalic breeds are reported to have about 30 risk whereas German Shepherd Dogs have the lowest risk In cats cleft palates have been reported in mixed breeds Siamese Manx and Abyssinians with Abyssinians having the highest risk Signs There is a visible split in the roof of the mouth or the soft palate This results in food material particularly fluids passing into the nasal cavity and the following signs Fluids eg milk pass down the nose during feeding Sneezing Coughing gagging Snuffling Rhinitis Pneumonia due aspiration of foods Poor weight gain Stunted growth Inability to feed properly Bronchopneumonia accounts for 30 of deaths due to cleft palate Cleft palate is sometimes associated with congenital deformities in other body systems Complications Inhalation of foods leading to aspiration pneumonia and death Diagnosis Diagnosis is based on the clinical signs and careful visual examination of the oral cavity Fine line fissures sometimes occur in the hard palate in

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    and rarely spread but they frequently recur locally after treatment Epulides are benign and although they can grow to be quite large present problems with eating and sometimes ulcerate and bleed they are not life threatening Epulides are cauliflower type fibrous growths which occur along the gum margin hence they are called gingival cancer and they are sometimes called periodontal fibrous hyperplasia They are common in brachycephalic short nosed breeds of dog especially the Boxer and English Bulldog In general cancers occur more frequently with advancing age Young dogs however frequently develop warts in the mouth and on the tongue and these are cause by papilloma virus and the warts themselves are benign The warts can affect eating and sometimes localised secondary infection can occur giving a foul smell on the breath but the disease is not serious and is self limiting lasting only about 6 12 weeks Cats In cats about 50 of cancers in the mouth involve the tongue and the most common oropharyngeal cancer is squamous cell carcinoma Signs The signs associated with oropharyngeal cancers will vary depending upon the site of the tumour and the type of cancer Typical signs are Difficulty or pain when eating or swallowing Bad breath halitosis Bleeding from the gums or tumour mass Ulcers in the mouth Development of abnormal growths in the oral cavity or pharynx including the tonsilar crypt Diagnosis Sometimes diagnosis can be made based upon the typical appearance of the cancer the history and presenting signs A black pigmented ulcerated bleeding tumour that has appeared and grown very quickly in the mouth of an ageing Chow Chow is likely to be a malignant melanoma whereas multiple small cauliflower type growth in the mouth of a young puppy are most likely papillomas In other cases the type of

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