“How To” Videos

The information provided is designed to educate consumers on veterinary health care and medical issues that may affect their pet’s daily lives. The information should not be considered or used as a substitute for veterinary medical advice, in place of a visit, professional diagnosis or course of treatment of your pet. Medical decisions are important and require face to face interactions with a highly qualified veterinarian. Please seek help if your pet is in need of medical attention.

How to give Subcutaneous (Sub-Q) fluids to a pet?

Fluid given under the skin, subcutaneously (SQ), is absorbed into the blood stream and can be used to correct or prevent dehydration. The most frequent disease for which fluids are given is chronic kidney failure. Pets with chronic kidney failure pass large amounts of urine and may not feel well enough to drink enough to prevent dehydration. Oral injuries may also result in the need to administer fluids. In any case , owners may need to give subcutaneous fluids a few times a week to supplement the water the pet is drinking in order to prevent dehydration.

How to do a basic ear Cleaning?

This is a demonstration on how to clean a dog’s ears.  Hopefully, this video will help you. The best medicine in the world won’t work if you don’t get it in the ear correctly!

How to pill a dog?

See how to pill a dog. Always remember if your dog is in pain, aggressive or just plain grumpy get someone to help you so you are not alone or call your veterinarian for their recommendation.

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