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The Human-Animal Bond

The History of Veterinary Medicine  

Our No Kill Shelter

The FoxNest Veterinary Hospital in Seneca, South Carolina

Pet Insurance Why I recommend it and recommended companies.

Zoonotics: Diseases, worms, and parasites people get from pets.
To include Tuberculosis and Brucellosis. Pasteurella, Encephalitis, Samonella, e-coli, and Cryptosporidium  Toxoplasmosis from Cats  Cat Scratch Fever  Ringworm
Also a little about the diseases transferred to people from animals by mosquitos, fleas, ticks, flies, and lice to include malaria, yellow fever, encephalitis, plague, heartworms, Rift Valley Fever, Lymes Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Tick Paralysis, & Monkey Pox.  Also West Nile Disease. 

And a lot about....

"What To Expect When You Go To The Vet"
if your pet should have a problem with ...

Abscesses, wounds, and injuries

Arthritis, Lameness, Fractures, and Ligament Injuries
To include Femoral Head Removal, Hip Dysplasia, Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries, Panosteitis, Radiographic Demonstrations, Disc Disease, and Bone Surgery

Bladder, Urinary Tract, & Kidney Problems  Feline Urinary Syndrome or FUS, blocked cats, antifreeze poisoning, bladder stones, calculi, & uroliths, and cats urinating outside the litter box.

Blood Diseases, Anemias etc
Strokes, Vascular Diseases, Anemias, DVT, DIC, Blood Parasites, Rat Poison, & Bleeding disorders

Cancer, Masses, Lumps and Bumps  Including lymphomas, osteosarcomas, squamous cell carcinomas, mast cell tumors, hemangiosarcomas, granulomas, leukemia, feline infectious peritonitis, lung cancer, lipomas, fibromas, warts, moles, cysts, and a little about chemotherapy.

Cardiology  Heart disease in Cats, Cardiac Hypertrophy, Valvular disease, Cardiac Insufficiency, Congestive Heart Failure, Heartworm Disease, and a little history about the milestones in treating heart disease

Cats: general information page and directory of diseases and problems specific to cats including vaccine recommendations, leukemia, feline viral infections, feline upper respiratory disease and cats that just aren't feeling well.

Dentistry and problems of the mouth and throat

Dermatology: Skin problems including allergies, rashes, bacterial infections, and itching. Hair Loss, Yeast Infections, Hormonal Problems

Diabetes

The Dog Page:  a directory of problems of concern in dogs including parvovirus, distemper, canine herpes, and other diseases

Ear Infections and Other Ear Problems

Eye Problems  and Ophthalmic Diseases

Exotics:  Pocket Pets, Rabbits, Hamsters etc

Fleas, Ticks, and other parasite problems

Heart disease; Cardiac diseases, vascular diseases, Stroke, heartworm treatment and prevention

Hormone Diseases: Diabetes, Thyroid Disease, Cushing's Disease or Hypercortisolism, Addison's disease or Hypocortisolism, Pancreatitis, obesity as a disease

Infectious Diseases  Colds, Distemper, Parvo, Lepto, Bruceellosis, Panleukopenia, Feline AIDS, Leukemia, Hepatitis, Kennel Cough, Ringworm, Rabies, FIP, Canine Herpes, Toxic Shock Syndrome, & More

Intestinal problems: diarrhea, constipation, torsion, indigestion, and gas. Also pancreatitis, vomiting, esophagitis, colitis, parvo and other types of dysentery

Kidney Disease

The Importance and meaning of Lab Tests

Liver Diseases     

Medications/Pharmacy

Metabolic Diseases: Diabetes, Thyroid Disease, Cushing's Disease or Hypercortisolism, Addison's disease or Hypocortisolism, Pancreatitis, obesity as a disease

Neural Problems and Diseases: Epilepsy, Rabies, Distemper, FIP, Paralysis, Tetanus, Seizures, Disc Disease, Toxoplasmosis & others

Nutrition & Diets
Includes information about Prescription diets used to treat disease, and a discussion about the pet food industry

Obesity; new information and about Pfizer's new FDA approved treatment

Parasite Problems; Fleas, Ticks, Heartworms, Intestinal Worms, Mosquitos, Lice, Mites, and other welfare recipients

Poisons  Snakes, Insects, household chemicals, plants, and foods that might poison your pet

Reproduction, breeding, & rearing information
Includes information about feline and canine heat or estrus, breeding, C-Sections, pyometra or Infected Uterus, dystocia, no milk, mastitis

Respiratory Diseases

Senior Pet Page: Geriatric Medicine

Skeletal-Muscular Problems Arthritis, Fractures, ACL, Ligament Injuries, Disc Disease, Pannus, and many other problems of the bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments

Skin Problems: allergies, rashes, bacterial infections, and itching. Hair Loss, Yeast Infections, Hormonal Problems

Surgery: Spays, Castrations, Testicle Recipes, Soft Tissue Surgery, Hard Tissue Surgery (Bones), C- Sections, Declawing, Tumor Removal and Cancer Surgery

Wounds, punctures, injuries, and abscesses

Urinary Tract Diseases and Problems

Vaccine and other preventive health recommendations

Veterinary Pet Insurance

WildLife Page:  Taking care of baby bunnies, squirrels, and birds.  A very funny story about beavers, and other misc information

Zoonotics: Diseases, worms, and parasites people get from pets.

Welcome to
The Animal Pet Doctor

This website is about ...

"What To Expect When You Go To The Vet" should your pet have a problem or needs attention.  I've outlined how I treat hundreds of different diseases and problems in pets.

This page is a DIRECTORY of links to the topics and outlines on this site.
 
I've tried to make each page interesting, useful, insightful, practical, and succinct. 

The links are to your right.

In addition to the treatment outlines, other topics include pet owner responsibility, the history of veterinary medicine, and the Human-Animal Bond.

I've put my heart, soul and life time experience into writing this site; please enjoy and share.

Thanks, Roger Ross, DVM FoxNest Veterinary Hospital   Seneca, South Carolina

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