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Pet Animal Practice

Pet Animal Practice

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Compendiumof 
 
TRAINING ON PET ANIMAL PRACTICE
 
DECEMBER 9-20, 2004
 
Course Director
 
Dr. Suresh Chander
 
Director TVCSC
 
College of Veterinary Science
 
CCS HAU, Hisar
 
Course Coordinators
 
Dr. Prem Singh
 
Dr. Parveen Goel
 
Associate Professor
 
&
 
Associate Professor
 
Compilation
 
Dr. N.K. Rakha
 
Associate professor
 
College of Veterinary Science
 
CCS HAU Hisar
 
Dr. A.P. Singh
 
Dean
 
College of Veterinary Science
 
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar – 125004
 
2004
 1
 
Table of Contents
 1.REQUIREMENTS OF A PET CLINIC2.GENERAL AND SYSTEMIC EXAMINATION OF PET ANIMALS3. THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF SOME COMMON AILMENTS OF DOGS4. RABIES- SOME MUST KNOW FACTS5. INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF PET ANIMALS6. VACCINATION OF PETS AND CAUSES OF ITS FAILURE7. THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF CLINICAL CASES OF POISONING INCANINES8. COMMON DERMATOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN CANINES AND THEIRMANAGEMENT9. CONTROL OF ECTOPARASITES IN DOGS10. COMMON ORTHOPAEDIC PROBLEMS OF PET ANIMALS11. TREATMENT OF COMMON EYE AND EAR DISORDERS IN PET ANIMALS.12. COMMON SURGICAL AFFECTIONS OF GI TRACT AND THEIRMANAGEMENT13. SURGICAL CONDITIONS OF URO-GENITAL SYSTEM IN DOGS14. MANAGEMENT OF ANAESTHESIA IN PET ANIMALS.15. POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE SURGICAL PATIENT.16. RADIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS IN PET PRACTICE.17. OVARIOHYSTERECTOMY IN BITCH18. CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY IN FEMALE DOGS19. INFERTILITY IN BITCH20. PSEUDO-PREGNANCY AND CYSTIC ENDOMETRIAL HYPERPLASIA-PYOMETRA COMPLEX IN BITCHES21. INFERTILITY IN THE STUD DOGS22. USE OF HORMONES IN CANINE REPRODUCTION23. MANAGEMENT OF DYSTOCIA IN PET ANIMALS24. CAESAREAN SECTION IN BITCH25. ULTRASONOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS OF REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS INCANINES26. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF COMMON DISEASES OF DOGS27. SURGICAL AFFECTIONS OF TEETH IN DOGS28. PAIN MANAGEMENT IN PET PRACTICE29. FORMULATION OF DIETS FOR DOGS PRASAD30. PARASITIC INFESTATIONS IN CANINES31. HEAP A TOBILIAR ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN DOGS32. MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCY CASES IN CANINES2
 
REQUIREMENTS OF A PET CLINIC
 
Dr. Naresh Kumar RakhaTeaching Veterinary Clinical Service ComplexCCS HA U Hisar
Objectives
:The pet animals hold an important place in the hearts of human beings and particularlythose who keep them. Providing health care to the pets is a compassion and highlyrewarding profession for veterinarians. The pet clinic is set up mainly with thefollowing objectives.
To provide health care services to pet animals particularly dogs & cats
To provide vaccination facilities against all preventable diseases
To create awareness amongst pet owners regarding benefits of good management,proper nutrition, early treatment and control measures against deadly diseases.
Location
 If someone is interested in establishing a new Pet Clinic, it should be based inurban or semi-urban areas where sizeable pet population exists and people are consciousof and concerned with the pet problems.
Requirements
 
Ο
Infrastructure
Ο
Clinic equipments and general supplies.
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Laboratory equipments and supplies
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Medicines and Vaccines
Ο
Marketing strategies
 
Infrastructure
 To start up a pet clinic, adequate space is required for the following
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Veterinarian's consultation room
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Examination-cum-Injection room with wash basin
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Surgical activity area (small operation theatre if possible, or glass partitioning)
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Dispensary-cum-store for medicine, vaccines, pet foods, pet accessories etc
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Waiting area/room and toilets
Arrangements should also be made for emergency lighting like inverter or generator,adequate lighting in the clinic, land line for telephone and internet, exhaust fan andcooling.
Furniture including Doctor's table, examination and operation table (One each, atleast), Chairs, stools, bench for the pet owners in waiting area, Cupboards (two) forstoring and displaying medicine, vaccines, pet foods, accessories etc.
Clinic equipments and general supplies
Refrigerator
Sterilizer
Shadowless lamp
Infrared lamp,3

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