Ocular Disturbances in Veterinary Medicine – Canine & Feline

T-24 Ocular or Opthalamic Disturbances are common in veterinary medicine and occur due to various etiology such as parasitic infestation, mechanical injury, neoplasia, and other causes. In this article, we will discuss common conditions that occur primarily in Canines and Felines. Corneal Ulcers – Corneal ulcer is basically a wound on the transparent window ofContinue reading “Ocular Disturbances in Veterinary Medicine – Canine & Feline”

Tuberculosis in Elephants – Wild and Captive

T-23 Tuberculosis (TB) is a complex disease with many unknowns. Unlike human tuberculosis, which has been studied for over centuries, elephant tuberculosis has been investigated a few decades ago. Tuberculosis is more common in Asiatic Elephants (Elephas Maximus) than in African Elephants (Loxodonta africana). TB in wild and captive elephants is caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis,Continue reading “Tuberculosis in Elephants – Wild and Captive”

Ticks Mites Lice and Fleas

T-22 Parasitic Infestation in animals is a major cause of loss in the health of animals. Parasites can be found from cattle to goats, to dogs, cats, and humans as well and the list goes on ” n” on. This article is about ticks, mites, lice, and fleas which are a small part of aContinue reading “Ticks Mites Lice and Fleas”

Second Year

T-20 You Opened this article because you have got yourself through the first year and landed into the second year of Vet School or It’s two am you are recalibrating your life and steering clear. To ease things a bit for you, I am listing all the material you need for the second year. Second-yearContinue reading “Second Year”

Veterinarian’s Oath

T-18 The biggest moment in the life of a veterinary student is when the oath day comes. Every country council prepares the oath. In India, the oath is as follows- “Being admitted to the profession of Veterinary Medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skill for the benefit of society through theContinue reading “Veterinarian’s Oath”

Feeding of Stray

T-16 Humans or animals both need food and shelter for survival. Yet millions of animals are shelterless and food-deprived. If you see a stray and you cannot adopt, feed them. Let us take a look over what you should feed to stray dogs and cats separately as Dos and Don’ts. Do’s Canine Water – essentialContinue reading “Feeding of Stray”