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  • 📌 Toxoplasmose
A toxoplasmose é uma zoonose, ou seja, uma doença transmitida ao homem pelos animais. Para transmitir a doença, o gato precisa ingerir oocistos esporulados de Toxoplasma presente na carne crua de outro animal conhecido como hospedeiro intermediário ou ingerir oocistos eliminados nas fezes de outro gato infectado. 🐈💩
Então, para evitar a contaminação pelo felino é necessário que ele não ingira carnes cruas, mal cozidas ou com presença de cistos e controlar as saídas dos bichanos para a rua (já que dentro de casa, com a higiene em dia, dificilmente o animal será contaminado).
#informação #toxoplasmose #catfriendly #gatos #higiene 
#catlover #veterinarian #medvet #medicinaveterinária
  • 📌 Toxoplasmose
    A toxoplasmose é uma zoonose, ou seja, uma doença transmitida ao homem pelos animais. Para transmitir a doença, o gato precisa ingerir oocistos esporulados de Toxoplasma presente na carne crua de outro animal conhecido como hospedeiro intermediário ou ingerir oocistos eliminados nas fezes de outro gato infectado. 🐈💩
    Então, para evitar a contaminação pelo felino é necessário que ele não ingira carnes cruas, mal cozidas ou com presença de cistos e controlar as saídas dos bichanos para a rua (já que dentro de casa, com a higiene em dia, dificilmente o animal será contaminado).
    #informação #toxoplasmose #catfriendly #gatos #higiene
    #catlover #veterinarian #medvet #medicinaveterinária
  • 3 0 8 minutes ago
  • If your cat is still young, then it is important to introduce him or her to a variety of people and make these introductions as pleasant an experience as possible. Have your guests feed your cat a tasty treat or play with a toy which will usually encourage your kitten to accept people! #veterinary #dog #vet #cat #veterinarian #pet #veterinarymedicine
  • If your cat is still young, then it is important to introduce him or her to a variety of people and make these introductions as pleasant an experience as possible. Have your guests feed your cat a tasty treat or play with a toy which will usually encourage your kitten to accept people! #veterinary #dog #vet #cat #veterinarian #pet #veterinarymedicine
  • 3 0 10 minutes ago
  • If your cat is still young, then it is important to introduce him or her to a variety of people and make these introductions as pleasant an experience as possible. Have your guests feed your cat a tasty treat or play with a toy which will usually encourage your kitten to accept people! #veterinary #dog #vet #cat #veterinarian #pet #veterinarymedicine
  • If your cat is still young, then it is important to introduce him or her to a variety of people and make these introductions as pleasant an experience as possible. Have your guests feed your cat a tasty treat or play with a toy which will usually encourage your kitten to accept people! #veterinary #dog #vet #cat #veterinarian #pet #veterinarymedicine
  • 3 0 10 minutes ago
  • The Edmonton First Responders Rodeo Association would like to welcome returning Bronze Sponsor Stoneridge Veterinary Services Ltd. Dr. Melissa MacLean-Hittinger to our team as our on site vet for our rodeo event on July 13, 2019 at the Kinsmen Rodeo Grounds. Thank you Dr. Melissa Hittinger for helping us to ensure health wellness to the stock and our equine competitors!! Be sure to check out Stone Ridge Veterinary as they are both in house and mobile service that compassionately serve large and small animals through the Westlock, Thorhild and Sturgeon Counties.https://www.stoneridgevetservices.com/
#efrra2019 #firstresponders #veterinarian #qualityanimalcare #sponsor #thankyou #vetlife #stoneridgeveterinaryservices
  • The Edmonton First Responders Rodeo Association would like to welcome returning Bronze Sponsor Stoneridge Veterinary Services Ltd. Dr. Melissa MacLean-Hittinger to our team as our on site vet for our rodeo event on July 13, 2019 at the Kinsmen Rodeo Grounds. Thank you Dr. Melissa Hittinger for helping us to ensure health wellness to the stock and our equine competitors!! Be sure to check out Stone Ridge Veterinary as they are both in house and mobile service that compassionately serve large and small animals through the Westlock, Thorhild and Sturgeon Counties.https://www.stoneridgevetservices.com/
    #efrra2019 #firstresponders #veterinarian #qualityanimalcare #sponsor #thankyou #vetlife #stoneridgeveterinaryservices
  • 5 0 21 minutes ago
  • Happy Administrative Professionals day to our Office Manager, Erin! She's responsible for keeping our office organized and running smoothly. We don't know what we'd do without her!
  • Happy Administrative Professionals day to our Office Manager, Erin! She's responsible for keeping our office organized and running smoothly. We don't know what we'd do without her!
  • 2 1 21 minutes ago
  • Keys to a manageable on-call night:

1️⃣Coffee, lots of it
2️⃣Patience
3️⃣Comfortable scrubs that let you sleep on command
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S/o to #affinitymedwear for coming out with these ridiculously comfortable scrubs. If you’re like me and you’re about comfort and fit, try these. Trust me, I ain’t lying about 3️⃣ Rep In Frame 📸: @dr.chillostomy
  • Keys to a manageable on-call night:

    1️⃣Coffee, lots of it
    2️⃣Patience
    3️⃣Comfortable scrubs that let you sleep on command
    --
    S/o to #affinitymedwear for coming out with these ridiculously comfortable scrubs. If you’re like me and you’re about comfort and fit, try these. Trust me, I ain’t lying about 3️⃣ Rep In Frame 📸: @dr.chillostomy
  • 28 2 27 minutes ago
  • Here is a feline fundus photo taken from vetstream.com. So what is that yellow/green/blue stuff? Its called the tapetum lucidum and is a layer behind the retina that functions to reflect incident light back at the photoreceptors to increase the exposure of photoreceptors to light. This allows animals to have excellent night vision and is why certain animals, especially cats appear to have eyes that "glow" at night.
  • Here is a feline fundus photo taken from vetstream.com. So what is that yellow/green/blue stuff? Its called the tapetum lucidum and is a layer behind the retina that functions to reflect incident light back at the photoreceptors to increase the exposure of photoreceptors to light. This allows animals to have excellent night vision and is why certain animals, especially cats appear to have eyes that "glow" at night.
  • 22 3 27 minutes ago
  • Getting in some cuddle time between class and studying 🤗 Luna was rescued by animal control in October last year. She was severely malnourished and chained up in someone's yard. She's been in our home as a foster for part of that time, and at the shelter the other part. That's almost seven months of care by the shelter,  plus she's a pit bull, and she has to be the only pet in the home. She recently came back into our home as a foster, and I can't stop thinking about how, if she were in another shelter with limited resources, she might have been euthanized long ago. I don't put blame on shelters who are forced to euthanize for space, or on people who have run out of options and are only left with surrendering their dog to the local shelter. This is a much more involved and nuanced issue than can be solved on an Instagram post. All I'm saying is adopting and fostering literally saves lives. Donating helps, too, if you aren't able to have a dog in your home. 💓 Being a veterinarian in the shelter industry will be so rewarding. Shelter animals rock!
  • Getting in some cuddle time between class and studying 🤗 Luna was rescued by animal control in October last year. She was severely malnourished and chained up in someone's yard. She's been in our home as a foster for part of that time, and at the shelter the other part. That's almost seven months of care by the shelter, plus she's a pit bull, and she has to be the only pet in the home. She recently came back into our home as a foster, and I can't stop thinking about how, if she were in another shelter with limited resources, she might have been euthanized long ago. I don't put blame on shelters who are forced to euthanize for space, or on people who have run out of options and are only left with surrendering their dog to the local shelter. This is a much more involved and nuanced issue than can be solved on an Instagram post. All I'm saying is adopting and fostering literally saves lives. Donating helps, too, if you aren't able to have a dog in your home. 💓 Being a veterinarian in the shelter industry will be so rewarding. Shelter animals rock!
  • 17 1 28 minutes ago