What’s Been Happening at LBAH

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Check out this extensive list of people, pets, medical and surgical problems, and staff that we have been involved with over the last year.

5 days ago

Long Beach Animal Hospital

Guinea Pig Bladder Stones

Mr. Darcy was not feeling well and had some blood in his urine, so him mom brought him in for an exam with Dr. Kennedy.

Radiographs revealed two bladder stones, which Dr. Kennedy removed a few days later.

You can learn more about his treatment and see his surgery at this link on our web site:
www.lbah.com/word/guinea-pig/bladder-stone-removal-in-a-guinea-pig/
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Happy 4th of July from Cheyenne!

Cheyenne has been as busy as ever (when he is not napping, of course). Here he is teaching our receptionists how to use our computer system.
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Happy 4th of July from Cheyenne!

Cheyenne has been as busy as ever (when he is not napping, of course). Here he is teaching our receptionists how to use our computer system.

 

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Cheyenne's work is never done.

You mean America? Her birthday must be the 4th!

Miss you Cheyenne ❤️🐾

Time for our hawk chick to go to South Bay Wildife Rescue

We gave one hungry hawk chick a last meal before Alex took her to South Bay for long term rehabilitation. She had quite the personality, and we will miss her!
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So awesome!!!

Definately a baby Coopers Hawk! They are feisty and ravenous lol.

So cute!!!

2 weeks ago

Long Beach Animal Hospital

Time for our hawk chick to go to South Bay Wildife Rescue

We gave one hungry hawk chick a last meal before Alex took her to South Bay for long term rehabilitation. She had quite the personality, and we will miss her!
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She’s adorable!

Tara Buchanan Potter

3 weeks ago

Long Beach Animal Hospital

Guess the species

This fuzz bucket came in to our wildlife program weak and with a head tilt. His radiograph shows no fractures. Take a look at it and see what you think.

He is doing better on symptomatic treatment, and will be transferred to South Bay Wildilfe Rescue for long term rehabilitation, which they excel at.

What do you think the species is?
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Guess the species

This fuzz bucket came in to our wildlife program weak and with a head tilt. His radiograph shows no fractures. Take a look at it and see what you think. 

He is doing better on symptomatic treatment, and will be transferred to South Bay Wildilfe Rescue for long term rehabilitation, which they excel at.

What do you think the species is?Image attachment

 

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An eagle?

We don't think it is an eagle.

It it a baby hawk? Maybe red tail?

Nestling Red-shouldered Hawk

Looks like a hawk to us, we are thinking red-tailed.

He sure is cute. He looks a little hangry

Hawk

Tara Buchanan Potter

Could it be an Osprey?

Not a clue, but Im sure he's in good hands. Hoping the crow my husband drove over to you all a few weeks aog mended up well!

Sleeping with the wrong pillow. Red Tailed Hawk.

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