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« on: October 15, 2008, 10:16:41 pm »

Genetic disorders by Breeds dogs
CONTACT INFO FOR
USA AND CANADIAN VETERINARY LICENSING BOARDS

 
Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) runs an emergency hotline--1-888-426-4435--that provides round-the-clock telephone assistance
 
Toxic Plants by Name

Here is a link to the famous Merck Vet Manual. 
 
Merck Vet Manual
 
 
 NORMAL BODY TEMPERATURE
 
The normal temperature for dogs and cats ranges between 100 to 102.5F. It is possible for the owner to take a pet's temperature, depending upon the disposition of the pet. Have someone assist you by holding the back end of the pet. Use a rectal thermometer; an oral thermometer should never be used to get a rectal temperature. First shake the thermometer thoroughly until the column of mercury is about 96. Lubricate the thermometer with petroleum jelly or mineral oil. Grasp the pet's tail and lift it. With a gentle, twisting motion insert the thermometer until half its length is in the rectum. Retain your grip on the thermometer and tail for at least three minutes. Remove the thermometer and read the mercury level. If the pet's temperature is above 103F (which is considered to be a fever) or below 100F consult your veterinarian.

 

 
 
 1 female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in 6 years

Puppies- weeks          4     6     9     12     16       20     
Measles                           x                                     
Distemper                         x    x       x       x        x
Parvo                              x     x       x       x       x
Corona                                  x       x                     
Adenovirus  Type 2            x     x       x       x        x
Parainfluenza                    x     x       x       x        x
Leptospirosis                                   x       x        x
Lyme Disease                          x       x                   
Giardia                                   x       x                   
Kennel Cough            x       x     x      x       x        x
Rabies                                                    x             
     
Benadryl 1-2mg per lb, every 8 hrs
 (65lb dog, 2-4 25mg tablets every 8 hrs)

Aspirin 5 mg per lb every 12 hrs
 (1 325mg tablet per 65lb dog per 12 hrs)

Hydrogen peroxide to induce vomiting:
1-3 tsp every 10 min until dog vomits

Pepto Bismol 1 tsp per 5lb per 6 hours - DOGS ONLY
(3-4 TBSP per 65 lb dog per 6 hrs)

Kaopectate 1 ml per 1 lb per 2 hours
(3-4 TBSP per 65 lb dog, 2 hrs)

Immodium 1 mg per 15 lbs 1-2 times daily

Mineral oil (as a laxative) 5-30 ml per day
Do not use long-term

 
 
 
 
 
 
1 female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats in 7 years

Kittens-  Weeks     8         11          14          16-20                             
Distemper-
Panleukopenia        x          x            x               x   
Rhinotracheitis       x          x            x               x   
Calici Virus            x          x            x               x   
Chamydia              x          x            x               x   
Leukemia                          x            x               x   
Feline Infectious
Peritonitis   (FIP)                                             x 
Ringworm                                                       x
Rabies                                           x                     
 
If your cat is 6 years old in people years,
      she is about 40 years old in cat years.
      TRUE.  Here's the rest of the age chart.
        People=======Cat
      6 months = 10 years
      8 months = 13 years
      1 year = 15 years
      2 years = 24 years
      4 years = 32 years
      6 years = 40 years
      8 years = 48 years
     10 years = 56 years
     12 years = 64 years
     14 years = 72 years
     16 years = 80 years
     18 years = 88 years
     20 years = 96 years
     21 years = 100 years
« Last Edit: October 16, 2008, 12:56:49 am by ^Purrson^ » Report Spam   Logged


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