Small Animal

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smvanjoske10
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Small Animal
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2012-09-06 00:05:40
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  1. Scientific name for cat:
    male:
    female:
    young:
    • Felis catus
    • Tom
    • Queen
    • Kitten
  2. DSH
    DMH
    DLH
    • short hair
    • medium hair
    • long hair
  3. Core VX
    Non-core VX
    • core- Distemper (Panleukopenia), Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (sks Herpes Virus), Calicivirus (combo)
    • -Rabies

    • non-core- Leukemia
    • - Chlaymydia
    • - FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis)
    • - FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus)

    • combo vaccines abbreviated based on first letter of disease
    • - DRC, PRC, FVRCP
  4. repro in cats:
    sexual maturity:
    castration:
    gestation:
    • males:
    • - 5-12 months
    • - 5-6 months

    • females:
    • - 4-9 months
    • - 6 months
    • - 63 days           
  5. scientific name for dog:
    male:
    female:
    young:
    • Canis familiaris
    • -dog
    • - bitch
    • - puppy (younger than 12 months)
  6. core VX
    non-core VX
    • core- Distemper, Adenovirus Type II, Parvovirus (combo)
    • - Rabies

    • non-core
    • - Bordetella
    • - Parainfluenza
    • - Cornoavirus
    • - Leptospirosis
    • - Lyme

    combo based on diseases: DA2P, DA2PP, DA2BP, DA2LPP
  7. repro in dogs:
    - sexual maturity:
    - castration:
    - gestation:
    -estrus or "heat"
    • males:
    • - 6-9 months
    • - 5-6 months

    • females:
    • - 6-18 months
    • - 6 months
    • - 63 days
    • - lasts 21 days; every 6 months
  8. Ausciltation of the Heart:
    Left side
    Right side
    • Left side: Aortic, Pulmonary, Mitral
    • Right side: Tricuspid
  9. Palpation of teh Abdomen
    Left side
    Ventral
    • - left side:
    • 1. diaphram & kidneys             4. NA
    • 2. liver & spleen                       5. pelvis
    • 3. kidneys                                 6. bladder or uterus

    • -Ventral:
    • 1. Diaphram & spleen & kidneys    2. liver & stomach
    • 3. colon                                           4. NA
    • 5. Pelvis                                          6. bladder
  10. 3 first impressions of the animal
    • 1. attitude and awareness
    • - BAR
    • - QAR
    • - Depressed
    • 2. gait
    • 3. general appearance
  11. Vital Signs
    - Temperature
    - Heart Rate & Pulse
    - Respirations
    -MM & CRT
    • T: 100-102.5 
    • P: 70-180 BPM - dogs
    •     up to 220 - small breeds & puppies
    •     160-240 BPM - cats ( ? anything over 220)
    • R: 16-24 RPM - dogs (do NOT count panting)
    •      16-30 RPM - cats
    • MM & CRT: pink & moist, < 2 secs
  12. Dog Groups:
    - Sporting Group:
    - Hound group:
    - Working group:
    - assist with hunting. "Forerunners" find and indicate the location of game. " flushers" expose game, "retievers" retrieve the game and bring it to the hunter.

    - assist with hunting adn tracking using sight and scent.

    - work in various jobs including guarding, sledding, adn rescue
  13. Dog groups:
    - terrier group:
    - toy group:
    - non-sporting group:
    - herding group:
    - hunt ground animals and vermin.

    - companion dogs bred for pure enjoyment. often have luxurious coats.

     - mixed group with various purposes. do NOT fit in any other group.

    - assist with livestock. guard and control movement of livestock.

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