It’s my half birthday! I’m 6 months and 47 pounds! Currently battling these summer fleas but I’m a healthy boy ❤️ as of now I LOVE shoes, but JUST the inside soles of the shoes. It’s a weird quirk but I like removing all of my mom and dads shoe soles and leaving them around the house. They still love me! 😂
Update on little Mouch..the vet rang & he may be able to come home tommorow but still with painkillers & a bucket on his head. His condition is very painfull but he would prefere to have his familly around him.❤🐇💊🙂These are more baby photos. He was jumping onto monitor but looking adorable😍 #sickpet#pray#bunny#rabbit#love#sweet#photoartist#artist#vet#cute#sad
Paciente de 615 gramos y poco menos de dos meses remitido a cirugía de enucleacion. Los pacientes pediatricos requieren de consideraciones especiales, sobretodo con la dosificación de drogas, su metabolismo, prevenir hipoglicemia, hipotermia entre otros factores. Pirata se recuperó rápidamente del procedimiento sin alteraciones.
Stride for Vets is now offering 50% off all workouts with my trainer. Working out is one of my leisure activities. Any veterans looking to stay in shape? Or if you know a veteran that is struggling with weight loss\gain. Make sure to reach out to me! Link is in my bio! (Trainer: @whouley_11 )
I live for helping animals to make them healthy & happy but I have to admit...amongst a busy, emotional, stressful day it sure is nice to break it up with a routine check up by a puppy 🐶! Puppies are legitimately a LOT of work but omJeeeeze they’re freakin cute!
Tag a friend that needs a lil puppy in their life this Tuesday evening 🤗💓. #puppy#puppybelly#puppyvet#vet#veterinary#perksofthejob#ridiculous@conejovet
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Since the X-ray challenge went so well last week, I thought I’d try you on an endoscopy image! Endoscopy is the process of inserting a small camera into an area of interest to provide more information, facilitate a biopsy or perform a minimally invasive surgical procedure. It is used commonly in both human and veterinary medicine - and can be used on anything from a turtle to a giraffe! The camera is attached to the end of a long and flexible tube that is driven with controls that you usually hold in your hand - quite a difficult process to master!
So, can anyone have a guess and what it being imaged or “scoped” here?
My only hint would be to remember that there was small trick with my platypus X-ray question last week! 😉