tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)TOA PAYOH VETS

Date:   23 December, 2007     
Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, hamsters & rabbits.
*10 a.m - 5 p.m (Mon - Sun, except Sat). Dr Sing. By Appointment Only.

*6 p.m - 10 p.m (Mon - Fri). 10am - 5pm (Sat). Dr Jason Teo. House-
calls available.

Appointment preferred.
Tel: 6254 3326, 9668-6469
Fax: +65 6256 0501
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Interesting case studies/Be Kind To Pets pictures

Rabbit backside skin infections clearing. Going home on day 4. Toa Payoh Vets Rabbit's infected inguinal skin area. Toa Payoh Vets.
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1005. Going home on day 4. tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1004. Needs veterinary attention.
Floor of balcony as toilet area. Toa Payoh Vets. Siberian Huskies, 10 days old. Pus in one eye one pup. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1003. Toilet training a young and older apartment dog in Singapore. 
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1002. Pus in an unopened puppy eye.
Golden Retriever, bloody gastroenteritis. Toa Payoh Vets Neutering at 6 months usually prevents urine marking of male dogs. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1001. Big-breed puppies still need to be crated when not supervised as they do eat anything. tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)1000. Neutering at 4 years of age may not stop urine marking. Better late than never.
Closed all windows. Fell off 7th storey. Toa Payoh Vets. Goes home 24 hours after surgery, next day. Very hungry. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)999. Many apartment cats love to escape from high rises to see the outside world. tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)998. Dec 12, 2007. Goes home. Excellent appetite and no more fever. Wagging tail when she sees the vet and staff. 
2.2 kg breast tumour is very heavy for the dog. Toa Payoh Vets Female, 8 years old, dog, large tumour removed. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)997. Dec 11, 2007. An assistant held up the tumour. Incised base and ligate big vein. A big oval gap after removal of tumour.  Undermine skin to stitch. Absorbable 2/0 horizontal mattress and interrupted sutures.  tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)996. Dec 11, 2007. The breast tumour was 2.2 kg.  Prayers by the Tzu Chi volunteers seemed to be answered as the dog survived.   
Female, 8 years old, dog, large tumour, general anaesthesia. Toa Payoh Vets High risk anaesthetic patient. Owner & family must be well informed. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)995. Dec 11,2007. Fluid therapy given overnight. 0.5% maintenance gas anaesthesia sufficient for surgery. A normal healthy dog needs 2 to 2.5% gas. Surgical anaesthesia stage - no blink, pedal reflexes, sclera rolled downwards, no pain at 0.5%.   tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)994. Dec 10, 2007.  Tzu Chi volunteers are pro-life. Owners  wanted euthanasia but volunteers advised taking the high risk surgery even if there was a 20% chance of survival. Warded 1 day for fluid therapy and antibiotics.   
20-year-old dog with big mammary tumour. Toa Payoh Vets The 20-year-old dog is a very high anaesthetic risk. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)982.  Dec 1, 2007. Nail clipping and sent home as the dog had high fever. To operate after 7 days of antibiotics. All owners have to consent to the high risk surgery. Mid-70s mum objected.  Gave pannadols & Chinese ointment to dog. Dog stops eating. tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)981. Dec 1, 2007. Tzu Chi Foundaton volunteers hoped that that this 8-year-old dog would live a better life if the ulcerated and infected tumour was removed.  
Dog 20 years old. Mammary tumour. Toa Payoh Vets Massive tumour. Singapore Dog. Toa Payoh Vets
tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)980.  Dec 1, 2007. Tzu Chi Foundation volunteers transported the dog to the vet on Dec 1, 2007 for surgery. Dog had high fever and was sent home with antibiotics. tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)964. Nov 22, 2007. An e-mail picture from a Tzu Chi Foundation volunteer to Dr Sing for advice as a house-call would not be useful in such cases.

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