ASSESSMENT OF STRATEGIES FOR AUGMENTING KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF DOG OWNERS ABOUT CORRECT HEALTH AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN PUNJAB

Yerramareddy Roopa1, Rajesh Kasrija2, H.K. Verma and S K Kansal3 1M.V.Sc Student, 2Asstt. Prof, 3Professor, Department of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education, College of Veterinay & Animal Science, GADVASU, Ludhiana (Punjab), India. [Received: 30.7.2018; Accepted: 15.4.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.094-097} The present study was conducted in Teaching Veterinary clinical complex, College of Veterinary & Animal Science,

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON CANINE BABESIOSIS

Sajida Bano1 and Chandan Lodh2 1M.V.Sc. Student and 2Professor, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Ethics and Jurisprudence, Faculty of Veterinary Science & A.H., WBUAFS, Kolkata-700037, (W.B.) India. [Received: 06.11.2018; Accepted: 29.5.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.090-093} Canine babesiosis is increasing in incidence and prevalence and is now a major problem in dogs. During this study, a total of 250

HISTOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION AND GRADING OF MALIGNANT MAMMARY NEOPLASMS

Sneha R. Thorat1, A.P.S. Brar2 N.K. Sood3 and Kuldip Gupta2 1M.V.Sc. Student, 2 Professor; Department of Veterinary Pathology, 3 Senior Veterinary Pathologist Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary & Animal Science, GADVASU, Ludhiana -141004 (Punjab.). [Received: 18.6.2018; Accepted: 25.3.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.084-089} Mammary tumors are the most common neoplasms that affect female dogs. The present

SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF NECROSED RECTAL PROLAPSE IN A DOG

N. Nagaraju1, B.R. Balappanavar1 and L. Ranganath2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery & Radiology, 2 Dean, Veterinary College, KVAFSU, Hassan (Karnataka). [Received: 09.6.2018; Accepted: 18.2.2019] Five year old male dog was brought to Veterinary College Hospital, Hassan with a history of complete rectal prolapse, tenesmus and anorexia. The prolapsed mass was necrotic and irreducible. Resection

MANAGEMENT OF MEGAESOPHAGUS IN A GERMAN SHEPHERD BITCH

P. Revathi1, S. Sunandhadevi2, L. Sivasudharsan1, A.U. Hareesh2, J. Deva Rathanam3 and K. Rambabu4 1Assistant Professor, 2Contract Teacher, 4Assistant Professor and I/c, Department of Veterinary Clinical Complex, 3Assistant Professor, Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, Proddatur, Andhra Pradesh. [Received: 06.8.2018; Accepted: 11.3.2019] A three year old German shepherd bitch was presented

REPAIR OF CALCANEAL FRACTURE WITH PANTARSAL ARTHRODESIS OF HOCK JOINT IN A DOG

Randhir Singh1, Shobha Jawre2, Rajay Verma3, Sandeep Nagar3, Apra Shahi2 1Assistant Professor, 2Associate Professor, 3M.V.Sc. Student; Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, NDVSU, Jabalpur- 482001 (M.P.). [Received: 26.11.2018; Accepted: 30.5.2019] A male dog was presented with complete lameness of right hind limb. Survey radiographs confirmed for calcaneal fracture.

SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF INTESTINAL FOREIGN BODY – A CASE STUDY

D.R. Manjunatha1 , G. Padmavathi2, P. Veena3, G. Vani4, and R.V. Suresh Kumar5 1Ph. D. Scholar, 2M.V.Sc. Student, 3Professor, 4Asst. professor, 5Professor & Head; Department of Surgery & Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, SVVU, Tirupati (A.P.). [Received: 16.7.2018; Accepted: 25.3.2019] A two year old male Spitz dog weighing 15 kg body weight was presented to

MANAGEMENT OF ORAL EPULIDES IN DOGS – REVIEW OF FIVE CASES

Shongsir Warson Monsang1, Sabyasachi Bhattacharya2, V. Lalzawmliana2, Justin B. William3 1Associate Professor, 2Assistant Professor, 3Professor & Head, Department of Surgery & Radiology, College of Veterinary Sciences & A. H., R. K. Nagar, Tripura, India. [Received: 04.10.2018; Accepted: 09.4.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.073-075} Five cases of dogs presented with clinical signs of pinkish masses of various sized sprouted

SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF GASTRIC DILATATION AND VOLVULUS WITH PYLORIC OBSTRUCTION IN A DOG

Naveen Kumar Verma1, P.D.S. Raghuvanshi1, Deepesh Gautam1, Rajesh Kumar1, Pankaj Patel1, A.C. Saxena2, Amarpal3 and P. Kinjavdekar4 1Ph.D. Scholar, 2 Scientist, 4Principal Scientist, 3Principal Scientist & Head; Division of Surgery, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar (Bareilly)-243122, (U.P.). [Received: 30.11.2018; Accepted: 28.5.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.070-072} An eight-year-old male Labrador retriever dog was presented to Referral Veterinary Polyclinic,

FIBER OPTIC ENDOSCOPY ASSISTED RETRIEVAL OF THORACIC OESOPHAGEAL FOREIGN BODY IN A PUP

L. Sivasudharsan1, N. Sumiran2, G. Kamalakar2 and K. Rambabu3 1Assistant Professor, 3Assistant Professor I/c, Department of Veterinary Clinical Complex, 2Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery & Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, SVVU, Proddatur- 516360 (A.P.). [Received: 16.8.2018; Accepted: 12.3.2019] {DOI 10.29005/IJCP.2019.11.1.067-069} A four month old pup was presented to the Department of Veterinary Clinical Complex, College

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