Veterinary Homework 1. Describe the creation and breakdown of bilirubin in the normal mammal. 2. A recumbent animal has needs beyond those of an ambulatory patient. List the potential complications that may occur in a recumbent animal and what should be done to address them. 3. A client calls for an emergency visit by the veterinarian. Her prize-winning horse has stopped eating and has been pawing at the ground, stretching, and stamping. What disorder do you suspect? What tests will the veterinarian be likely to perform? What treatments may be needed? 4. An owner tells you that his cat is continually visiting the litter box with no production or urine or feces. What are a few important questions you should ask? What problem do you suspect? How do you test for the problem when the animal is first brought to the clinic? 5. Discuss the different methods available for collecting urine from both sexes of sheep and goats. 6. How often should dogs and cats receive routine dental prophies? Why? 7. Explain what the liver does and the impact a diseased liver might have on the body. 8. A client at the veterinary practice where you work has a dog that doesn't have much of an appetite. The client wants to increase the pet's desire to eat. What advice would you give?
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