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THE MATING SEASON
BEHAVIOUR
Since there is usually no obvious female’s pattern tends to be 1. PROESTRUS; This stage
Forrest Hill NEWS
SPRING 2008
2. OESTRUS: This is the
Reducing the Risks of Periodontal
Disease – you can make a difference!
Periodontal disease,
Managing Risk Factors
or inflammation of the
3. METOESTRUS AND
structures that support
ANOESTRUS: These
the teeth, is the primary
cause of tooth loss in cats
and dogs. Dental care in
young adults will prevent
nursing one litter while pregnant complete cycle takes about 6 irreversible damage.
Risk Factor Management for
Canine Periodontal Disease
HAPPy ENDING FOR
nearly 50 of her supporters that gave the $500. "We are so very FEATURES
• Technical Bulletin –
Reducing Periodontal
• Product Info
– Hills Tooth Diet (T/D)
woman running a foodbank out If you would like to donate to Detecting Risk Factors
• Case History
– Blood Cell Parasite
• Watch those BBQ’s!!
• The Mating Season
can help detect underlying causes of periodontal disease • Pet Trivia
Forrest Hill NEWS is Published by:
Risk Factors
The winner of the Frontline Sony Cybershot camera
• Happy Ending for
Forrest Hill Veterinary Clinic
was Linda Teagle and the winner of the Hills promo
218 Forrest Hill Road
was Michelle Cain – congratulations to you both–
• Breed of the Month
09 410-5169 (24 Hours)
Keep waTCHing For THe nexT CoMpeTiTion
– Fox Terrier
SHAMPOOING yOUR DOG
BREED OF THE MONTH.
KENNEL COUGH – IS yOUR
pet’s teeth will help prevent periodontal disease and tooth FOX TERRIER
CASE REPORT:
DOG PROTECTED??
loss. Plaque removal should begin in young animals, because Blood Cell Parasite!
periodontal disease starts when pets are young.
Ralph is a 6 year old ginger domestic short hair (DSH) Nutritional Plan
male neutered cat presented to us recently with clinical If your pet has periodontal disease, your veterinarian may symptoms of lethargy, weight loss, inappetence and suggest a dietary change. Optimal nutrition provides for a pet’s need based on age and activity level, and reduces the On clinical examination he was slightly dehydrated, health risks associated with feeding excess sodium, calcium, had pallid (pale) gums, was slightly jaundiced and had phosphorus, protein, and calories. Foods that avoid these an elevated temperature. We suspected an infection of harmful excesses and also reduce the tartar and plaque that some sort but were concerned that Ralph may also be contribute to periodontal disease and bad breath include anaemic. Antibiotic therapy was started and blood tests Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Feline and Canine t/d®.
were run which confirmed our suspicion of anaemia and "bolt" after foxes, driving them with a red blood cell count of 17 (normal is 27-44). A regenerative anaemia was documented. A peripheral vein (cephalic) blood smear was prepared and sent to the lab to check for the blood parasite Mycoplasma haemofelis, which binds to the cats red blood cells and destroys them. Ralph was also tested for Feline Aids and Leukaemia – all of these tests were negative.
bacterium – Bordetella bronchiseptica. Our concern was the knowledge that a percentage of cats who have their red blood cells examined for M. haemofelis and actively have the infection do not show the parasite bound to their blood cells. A ‘PCR’ Transitioning Food
test performed at the Palmerston North Animal Health laboratory is much more sensitive at detecting animals Unless recommended otherwise by your veterinarian, “silently” infected. We asked for this test to be gradually introduce any new food over a seven-day period. performed and while we waited for the result, we decided Mix the new food with your pet’s former food, gradually to go ahead and treat for M. haemofelis anyway because when the disease is rife. Please talk to increasing its proportion until only the new food is fed.
of the high index of suspicion. This involves doxycycline If your pet is one of the few that doesn’t readily accept a new antibiotic and prednisone immunosuppressive therapy. food, try warming the canned food to body temperature, hand Ralph stabilised well on the therapy and his blood count feeding for the first few days, or mixing the dry food with climbed to 19 within the first week. The test results came SPECIAL OFFER
warm water (wait ten minutes before serving). Feed only the in after a week and returned a positive for M. haemofelis.
recommended food. Be patient but firm with your pet.
Four weeks after treatment began Ralph’s blood count returned to normal and the prednisone therapy CORNCOBS IN DOGS – WATCH THOSE
discontinued. We will continue to intermittently monitor Ralph’s blood count, but hopefully the infection will not What's the most common object that causes blockage of dogs' intestines? The list of things that have caused blockages would be very long and include such things as PET TRIVIA
• Using their swivelling ears like radar dishes, cooked bones, balls, plastic tags, string, rocks, and sticks. • At the end of the Beatles' song "A Day in the locate the source of a sound in 6/100ths of a One thing that seems more common to us is corncobs, Life", an ultrasonic whistle, audible only to especially cobs that have been cut up to about 2cm thick dogs, was recorded by Paul McCartney for slices. In medium to large dogs, corncobs seem to be • Seventy percent of people sign their pet's just the right size to pass out of the stomach and along • A cat can jump as much as seven times its the intestines for a while until they eventually get stuck. include their pets in family and holiday Diagnosis of this is difficult because blockage is only partial portraits, according to a survey done by the • Scientists have discovered that dogs can at first, so the dog may not look extremely sick and may American Animal Hospital Association.
smell the presence of autism in children.
even improve with initial medical treatment. Corncobs (and • Every known dog except the chow has a many other objects) don't show up on X-rays and may not • A large majority of white cats with blue eyes pink tongue – the chow's tongue is black.
are deaf. White cats with only one blue eye • A cat cannot see directly under its nose. This are deaf only in the ear closest to the blue This situation usually ends by having to remove the cobs is why the cat cannot seem to find tidbits on surgically, so better to be safe than sorry.
SHAMPOOING yOUR DOG
BREED OF THE MONTH.
KENNEL COUGH – IS yOUR
pet’s teeth will help prevent periodontal disease and tooth FOX TERRIER
CASE REPORT:
DOG PROTECTED??
loss. Plaque removal should begin in young animals, because Blood Cell Parasite!
periodontal disease starts when pets are young.
Ralph is a 6 year old ginger domestic short hair (DSH) Nutritional Plan
male neutered cat presented to us recently with clinical If your pet has periodontal disease, your veterinarian may symptoms of lethargy, weight loss, inappetence and suggest a dietary change. Optimal nutrition provides for a pet’s need based on age and activity level, and reduces the On clinical examination he was slightly dehydrated, health risks associated with feeding excess sodium, calcium, had pallid (pale) gums, was slightly jaundiced and had phosphorus, protein, and calories. Foods that avoid these an elevated temperature. We suspected an infection of harmful excesses and also reduce the tartar and plaque that some sort but were concerned that Ralph may also be contribute to periodontal disease and bad breath include anaemic. Antibiotic therapy was started and blood tests Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Feline and Canine t/d®.
were run which confirmed our suspicion of anaemia and "bolt" after foxes, driving them with a red blood cell count of 17 (normal is 27-44). A regenerative anaemia was documented. A peripheral vein (cephalic) blood smear was prepared and sent to the lab to check for the blood parasite Mycoplasma haemofelis, which binds to the cats red blood cells and destroys them. Ralph was also tested for Feline Aids and Leukaemia – all of these tests were negative.
bacterium – Bordetella bronchiseptica. Our concern was the knowledge that a percentage of cats who have their red blood cells examined for M. haemofelis and actively have the infection do not show the parasite bound to their blood cells. A ‘PCR’ Transitioning Food
test performed at the Palmerston North Animal Health laboratory is much more sensitive at detecting animals Unless recommended otherwise by your veterinarian, “silently” infected. We asked for this test to be gradually introduce any new food over a seven-day period. performed and while we waited for the result, we decided Mix the new food with your pet’s former food, gradually to go ahead and treat for M. haemofelis anyway because when the disease is rife. Please talk to increasing its proportion until only the new food is fed.
of the high index of suspicion. This involves doxycycline If your pet is one of the few that doesn’t readily accept a new antibiotic and prednisone immunosuppressive therapy. food, try warming the canned food to body temperature, hand Ralph stabilised well on the therapy and his blood count feeding for the first few days, or mixing the dry food with climbed to 19 within the first week. The test results came SPECIAL OFFER
warm water (wait ten minutes before serving). Feed only the in after a week and returned a positive for M. haemofelis.
recommended food. Be patient but firm with your pet.
Four weeks after treatment began Ralph’s blood count returned to normal and the prednisone therapy CORNCOBS IN DOGS – WATCH THOSE
discontinued. We will continue to intermittently monitor Ralph’s blood count, but hopefully the infection will not What's the most common object that causes blockage of dogs' intestines? The list of things that have caused blockages would be very long and include such things as PET TRIVIA
• Using their swivelling ears like radar dishes, cooked bones, balls, plastic tags, string, rocks, and sticks. • At the end of the Beatles' song "A Day in the locate the source of a sound in 6/100ths of a One thing that seems more common to us is corncobs, Life", an ultrasonic whistle, audible only to especially cobs that have been cut up to about 2cm thick dogs, was recorded by Paul McCartney for slices. In medium to large dogs, corncobs seem to be • Seventy percent of people sign their pet's just the right size to pass out of the stomach and along • A cat can jump as much as seven times its the intestines for a while until they eventually get stuck. include their pets in family and holiday Diagnosis of this is difficult because blockage is only partial portraits, according to a survey done by the • Scientists have discovered that dogs can at first, so the dog may not look extremely sick and may American Animal Hospital Association.
smell the presence of autism in children.
even improve with initial medical treatment. Corncobs (and • Every known dog except the chow has a many other objects) don't show up on X-rays and may not • A large majority of white cats with blue eyes pink tongue – the chow's tongue is black.
are deaf. White cats with only one blue eye • A cat cannot see directly under its nose. This are deaf only in the ear closest to the blue This situation usually ends by having to remove the cobs is why the cat cannot seem to find tidbits on surgically, so better to be safe than sorry.
THE MATING SEASON
BEHAVIOUR
Since there is usually no obvious female’s pattern tends to be 1. PROESTRUS; This stage
Forrest Hill NEWS
SPRING 2008
2. OESTRUS: This is the
Reducing the Risks of Periodontal
Disease – you can make a difference!
Periodontal disease,
Managing Risk Factors
or inflammation of the
3. METOESTRUS AND
structures that support
ANOESTRUS: These
the teeth, is the primary
cause of tooth loss in cats
and dogs. Dental care in
young adults will prevent
nursing one litter while pregnant complete cycle takes about 6 irreversible damage.
Risk Factor Management for
Canine Periodontal Disease
HAPPy ENDING FOR
nearly 50 of her supporters that gave the $500. "We are so very FEATURES
• Technical Bulletin –
Reducing Periodontal
• Product Info
– Hills Tooth Diet (T/D)
woman running a foodbank out If you would like to donate to Detecting Risk Factors
• Case History
– Blood Cell Parasite
• Watch those BBQ’s!!
• The Mating Season
can help detect underlying causes of periodontal disease • Pet Trivia
Forrest Hill NEWS is Published by:
Risk Factors
The winner of the Frontline Sony Cybershot camera
• Happy Ending for
Forrest Hill Veterinary Clinic
was Linda Teagle and the winner of the Hills promo
218 Forrest Hill Road
was Michelle Cain – congratulations to you both–
• Breed of the Month
09 410-5169 (24 Hours)
Keep waTCHing For THe nexT CoMpeTiTion
– Fox Terrier

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