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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.

Foot Boo Boo

This little guy came in with an infected foot. You can see the bandage on his foot after we did surgery to correct the problem .

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Suzanne De Costa MoschellaHedge hog

3 days ago
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Chloe HarrellThis is a hedgehog!

3 days ago   ·  1
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Stacey SellersIt's a sweet hedgehog baby

3 days ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalYes, it is a hedgie!

3 days ago   ·  1
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Molly SinnenIs that someone's pet?

3 days ago
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Christopher Corderpigmy hedgehog

3 days ago
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Betsy ParrottHedgy!!!

3 days ago
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Amy PearsonAren’t these illegal here? But they’re so damn cute!!!

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Nancy McCarthyHedgie!

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Fluid Therapy in Animals

One of the most important medical treatments for sick animals is the administration of supplemental fluids.

Sometimes they are given as a life-saving measure on a pet that is hit by a car, sometimes they are given on a long term basis for a chronic disease, and almost always they are given in surgery to minimize anesthetic risk.

Alex is holding a dog getting subcutaneous (just under the skin) fluids at our hospital. This is a common procedure for pet owners to perform at home for pets with chronic kidney disease.

We have a very nice web page that gives you details on fluid therapy, and shows steps on how you can administer them at home.
Here is the link- www.lbah.com/word/fluid-therapy/
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Pancreatitis in Cats

This problem occurs in other animals besides cats, but in cats it is more problematic. This is because they are good at hiding the symptoms of this problem. This is not good because it is painful.

Typical symptoms are lethargy, not eating well, with vomiting and/or diarrhea. Some cats have few symptoms, and just sit in pain.

Ultrasound has revolutioned our ability to diagnose pancreatits in cats. We are now treating this problem much earlier, and cats that just seemed a little off are now recognized as having pancreatitis, and feeling much better with our treatment.

An ultraound picture and report are on this post so you can see what we are looking for and the details of an ultrasound report at our hospital.

Pancreatits is part of a disease in cats called Triad Disease. This means it involves the liver and small intestines, in addition to the pancreas. You can learn much more about all of this at on our web page on IBD-

www.lbah.com/word/canine/inflammatory-bowel-disease-ibd/
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Chrystina DemopoulosI have taken in a lost cat about 1year ago. I finally got him to the Vet and he's been neutered but has FIV. My Vet thinks he's about 9-10 yes old. What should I expect and what is a cats life span w/this disease?

1 week ago

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Extern Daily Diary

Hi! My name is Dr. Ray and I am visiting Long Beach Animal Hospital until the end of this week. I am currently an intern at VCA Valley Animal Hospital and Emergency Center in Tucson, Arizona.

I have a passion for veterinary medicine with dogs, cats, and exotic pets (including birds, small mammals, and reptiles). Last week I got to see and learn from many cases here at Long Beach Animal Hospital, but the highlight case was a rabbit with a distended abdomen.

Radiographs (x-rays) showed a large tubular structure within the abdomen, which is not normal. The two most likely differential diagnoses for what this tubular structure could be included pyometra (infection of the uterus) or uterine adenocarcinoma (a common type of cancer in female rabbits); cancer was less likely as this case involved a young rabbit.

The next day the rabbit came in to the clinic for a spay surgery. The rabbit recovered from anesthesia with no problems and is currently at home recovering from her surgery. It turned out the rabbit did not have cancer, but a fluid filled uterus, and will make a complete recovery and eat many carrots in her lifetime!

The LBAH has a detailed section on rabbit diseases, including pictures of how we spay them (called an OVH), at this link-
www.lbah.com/word/rabbit-diseases/
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Cheyenne better watch out!

There are a couple of newcomers in town, and if Cheyenne does not behave, we might snatch these two cuties from Dr. K and make them our new mascots.
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Shelley BeayLove them!

2 weeks ago   ·  1
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Nancy SalemVery cute. Flame point is gorgeous, so is the Teddy look alike 😻

2 weeks ago   ·  1
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Birthday Girls!

Happy Birthday to Talia and Jessica, two ladies who have killer smiles, and are always willing to go out of their way to help everyone!
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Susan GernaeyHappy Birthday Ladies!!!

3 weeks ago
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Guadalupe BarraganHappy birthday to the princess Thalia

3 weeks ago   ·  1
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Long Beach Animal HospitalSo Talia is a princess now!

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Bilal Ahmad MakkiMay she live long

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Dental Page update

We have updated the Dental Page on our web site with the latest information on this serious and overlooked problem. There is a big emphasis on prevention, and how you can go about it.

In this picture we are looking at the dental X-rays of a pet with periodontal disease. Our anesthetist is closely monitoring anesthesia.

We don't want the teeth to get to the point where we need to anesthetize your pet and need to take X-rays to identify and remove rotten and painful teeth.

www.lbah.com/word/canine/dental-disease/
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Beautiful Peregrine Falcon

This one came in to our Wildlife Program with a bad leg. Radiographs revealed the problem, and after stabilizing the bird medically Dr. Wood went right to work fixing it. Our team did a great job and had the pleasure of taking a group photo before releasing the falcon to South Bay Wildlife Rescue for long term rehabilitation. Good job team!

To learn much more about our Wildlife Program, and see actual surgeries, follow this link: www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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Becca SnevetsWhat a magnificent bird, thank you for your program and what it does.

1 month ago
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Vicki Baker RileyCould he have survived in the wild with this type of injury?

1 month ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalHe never would have survived with such a serious fracture.

1 month ago

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Sonette BalesSo glad she’s getting help. I hope she will be releasable.

1 month ago
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Beth KatteThank you for all you do!

1 month ago   ·  1
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Lucy Hamilton-DuncanBravo, Dr. Lizzie!!!

1 month ago

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Namibia Trip

Dr. P's Namibia trip, seeing the dunes, the black rhino, and the cheetah, is up and running. Follow this link and scroll down to the trip:

www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-photography/
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Vicki Baker RileyWhat a fabulous trip!! It’s on my bucket list.

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalWe are going back to Africa in 2019 Vicki, so if you want to join us let me know.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Buddy the Wonder Dog

Buddy came in recently for his 3 month recheck on his Addison's Disease and his bladder stones. He was all decked out in his Santa outfit. Yea buddy!

You can learn more about what Buddy has from our web site:

Addison's- www.lbah.com/word/canine/addisons-disease-hypoadrenocorticism/

Bladder Stones- www.lbah.com/word/canine/bladder-stones/
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Amy HansonHe’s a handsome gent! ❤️

2 months ago   ·  1
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Botswana baby!

Dr. P's recent Botswana trip is on the LBAH Wildlife Photography page. Here is the link- www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-photography/
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Meredith KennedyFantastic! The leopard series is my favorite...No, wait--the Lions on the Airstrip is the best...No, wait--the Ground Hornbills...the Wild Dogs...No, the Black Mamba! That

2 months ago   ·  1
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Meredith KennedyThat's really my favorite!

2 months ago   ·  1
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Becca SnevetsWonderful work, amazing photography, explain more about going on a safari?

2 months ago

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Watch Those Glue Traps

A good samaritan found a kestrel stuck in a glue trap and brought it into our Wildlife Program.

First order of business was to stabilize him with warmth and shock therapy. Soon after we gently removed the glue from the leg and foot, and then wrapped him in a snug towel to warm up and recover.

We have other injured wildlife cases in our Wildlife Program link- www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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Sonette BalesThank you for your work with wildlife!

1 month ago
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The owl wearing sunglasses is actually wearing special laser goggles to prevent damage to its senstitive eyes while we treat the chronic wound on its foot. You can see Alex in this picture performing the procedure.

We typically see over 1,000 injured wild animals in our Wildlife Program each year, and this owl is one of them. To learn more follow this link- www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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Sherri EngelbretsonPoor boo boo.

2 months ago
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Becca SnevetsIn love that Long Beach Animal Hospitals treats wild animal!

2 months ago
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Liana MayThat foot is AMAZING!

2 months ago
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Julie Campionlaser treatment?

2 months ago
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisLaser Therapy??

2 months ago
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Michiko VartanianBecause he’s too cool for school.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Amy HansonWhen you’re cool the sun shines on you all the time.

2 months ago
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Stacey SellersDilation? Or laser?

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalVery good, we are doing laser treatment for a chronic wound on its foot.

2 months ago   ·  2
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Mary Ann SpeicherAh! everyone beat me to the two best answers.

2 months ago
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Cheyenne's Christmas Gift List

Now that Black Friday is here, I thought I would make things easier for my fans by posting my Christmas present list.

There are only ten different things I want this year:
Catnip
Catnip
Catnip
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Catnip
Catnip
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingI have to bring Cheyenne a Christmas present. ^..^

2 months ago
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Mystery X-Ray Answer

Here are radiographs of the original bone plate that was put in. Now you can visualize the screw holes. In the last radiograph you can see a side view of the radius and screw holes in the bone taken through the splint that was applied to this leg.
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Cynthia DensonI'm so glad LBAH was available during MC's time of need. I was quietly frantic and she was so non-plus about what was going on. The staff especially DR. P was very nice--MC made a special friend. DR. P was honest,kind generous and caring about the both of us--needless to say MC and I think DR.P and the entire Sunday staff

2 months ago   ·  1
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Cynthia Densonare the cats meow. She is doing just fine (doing all that she is suppose to do). I can't thank LBAH enough--- Thank you DR. K and DR. Y and staff for being so caring.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Mystery X-Ray Time

Can you guess what is going on in this radiograph of the front leg of a dog?
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisChecking the previous fracture after pins were removed.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Chloe HarrellBroken ulna

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalPretty good answers so far, I am looking for something more specific.

2 months ago   ·  2
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Chrystina DemopoulosBee- bee gun shots?

2 months ago
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisHoles for bone graft?

2 months ago
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Rebecca SpiraPin firing

2 months ago
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Jeremy FlemingPost-op removal of an internal plate and screws. Complete healing of a radius/ulna fracture with slight malunion of distal ulna. Adequate healing of distal radial fracture. Job well done! Locking compression plate (LCP)?

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalHi Jeremy, great to hear from you. Are you ready to do this surgery?

2 months ago

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Long Beach Animal HospitalThe plate was taken out because a drainage tract appeared on the skin well over a year after surgery. We will be splinting it for the next month at least due to the lack of integrity of a bone with all of these holes.

2 months ago
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisWell I was pretty close. And I’m not a student or a vet tech.

2 months ago
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Saran ChhoeyFor my suspected is bone sclerosis lesion. How is it doctor?

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalThere is no bone sclerosis, these are holes from removal of screws where there was a bone plate.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Peggy SellersHi folks! We miss you here in NC....but I found a great vet for Hatteras and Bitzer...Dr. Donna Tyson with Tyson Animal Hospital

2 months ago   ·  1
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Long Beach Animal HospitalHi Peggy, glad to hear you are settled. Happy holidays!

2 months ago   ·  1
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Come join us today at our booth in Long Beach at the Holiday Bone-Anza!

You can meet our staff, enter our raffle, and meet lets of other pet owners. Dr. Wood is there to answer your pet medical questions.
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Meredith KennedyLove the kitty ears!

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal Hospital added 3 new photos.

Those cute feet from yesterday belong to an Eurasian Eagle Owl.

He came in for an exam because he was not eating for 2 days, and the owner was worried that he ate a toy.

He was given a thorough exam, and radiographs were taken. There was evidence of an upset GI tract, but no toy was visualized, so Ollie was treated symptomatically with fluids and medication.
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Cathie FountainIs it legal to own an Owl?

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalNot sure about this one?

2 months ago

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Can you guess who these belong to?

Try to guess the exact species.
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisOwl??

2 months ago
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Chloe HarrellAn owl, but I don’t know what kind...

2 months ago   ·  1
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Long Beach Animal HospitalIt is an owl, but not the kind we usually see in our area

2 months ago   ·  1
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Mark LemonsWho who

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalAny other guesses?

2 months ago

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Chloe HarrellGreat horned owl

2 months ago
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Suz FukumotoI don't think I'm allowed to guess =P but we really love how his feet look so furry also! Jealous that you guys get to see so many amazing species.

2 months ago
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisBarn owl

2 months ago
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Mary AldrichCarl?

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalMary, what exactly do you mean by "Carl"!!!

2 months ago   ·  2
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Long Beach Animal HospitalIt's an Eurasian eagle owl. I will post photos of it tomorrow,

2 months ago   ·  1
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Chloe HarrellOMG, Heather knew it! Also, I think Mary was trying to tag her friend, Carl, who may have known the answer. Lol!

2 months ago
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Jc SchneiderProbably and owl and I will say Great Horned.

2 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalIts an Eurasian Eagle Owl

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Colt is feeling much better (and lighter) after removing a 14 pound mass from his abdomen.

This is Colt with his happy mom, 2 weeks after surgery when Colt came in to have his skin staples removed. You can learn all about how we diagnosed and treated Colt, including pictures from surgery, at this link:
www.lbah.com/word/canine/spleen-hematoma/

Yea Colt!
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Rex KramerAs Colts dad, I have to thank you guys for saving my dude. He's been with me through 3 states, and many years and now dudes got his pep back, and im so thankfully to have more years with him.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Long Beach Animal HospitalAll of us at LBAH are glad he is doing well!

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That's One Big Shell

We had a sulcata (African spurred tortoise) come in for some shell work. He weighs over 80 pounds, so its definitely a two person job for Emily and Alex!

To learn more about how we care for tortoises, and to see a cool surgery on how we remove large bladder stones from tortoises, follow this link and scroll down to the end of the list- www.lbah.com/word/reptile-diseases/
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Long Beach Animal Hospital updated their status.

Tribute To A Great Doctor

The staff at the Veterinary Cancer Group gave a nice tribute to their founder and leader, Dr. Mona Rosenberg, for 25 years of working towards making the Veterinary Cancer Group the best place in California to send your pets to if they are stricken with cancer.

Several people talked about how Mona influenced their careers in such a positive manner, and how proud they feel to work with her.

Great job Mona (and Ethel for setting this up)!
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Musa Wamsa Kwereba GathuaCongrats!

2 months ago
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Mona RosenbergThanks for attending the event, Carl Palazzolo!

2 months ago

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Long Beach Animal Hospital added an event.

Dr. P will share his stories and pictures of his recent trips to Botswana and Namibia in an entertaining and fast paced 1 hour presentation. Happy hour prices apply.
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Chai the entertainer, doing what he does best

Dr. Kennedy's cute kitten knows how to have a good time. Soon he will be training to be an Uber driver.
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Linda GonzalesLouAnn Porter Roughley Miss Wesa ❤️

3 months ago   ·  1

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Meredith KennedyHe really wants to be an Uber driver, but doesn't have opposable thumbs, unfortunately. He makes up for it in cute nuttiness.

3 months ago   ·  1

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Botswana / Namibia Presentation by Dr. P

Wednesday November 8th at 6:30 PM

Brix Wine Tasting and Restaurant
16635 PCH, Sunset Beach, CA 90742
562-592-3167
www.brixsunsetbeach.com

Happy hours prices apply during the slide show. Please email Sara at Brix to confirm a spot:

saranicole1012@gmail.com
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Nancy Pearl GoldbergThat should be a great slide show !!!!

3 months ago
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Cheyenne's recommened reading list

Cheyenne wants all pet owners, and especially cat owners, to be aware of the importance of an early diagnosis of kidney disease.

Kidney disease is prevalent, chronic, and serious, and all dogs and cats 8 years of age and older should be screened and/or treated.

Our web page has all the details. Cheyenne (our webmaster) updated the page this morning with information that Dr. P learned at a seminar this weekend devoted soley to kidney problems in dogs and cats. Here is the link:

www.lbah.com/word/canine/kidney-disease-chronic-renal-failure/

Happy Halloween from all of us at LBAH!
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Cute Tree Frog

This little guy came in for a blood panel. He is so cute we just had to share his picture.
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Teresa TennysonYou guys are amazing.

3 months ago
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JoAnne GillespieAmazing!

3 months ago
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingYes he sure is cute ...

3 months ago
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Amin Nageriblood panel plz a little explanation or link

3 months ago
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C-Section time again

Sunday night at 1 AM Dr. Wood and Dr. P did a C-Section on an exhausted female dog that had been in labor for several days. This is not good news for the puppies, and the chances of them surviving are not good.
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Colleen HershonThank you for this excellent and educational slide show, and for all your efforts to save the mom and pups. <3

3 months ago
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Amy HansonI hope the puppy makes it and Mom recovers fully 🙏🏽

3 months ago
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Chloe HarrellCongrats to Dr. Wood and the team, for saving mama dog! Here’s hoping the little pup makes it! 🤞

3 months ago   ·  1
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Stacey SellersThank you for being there for this poor mama! Hopefully people viewing this learn to not let their dog suffer for so long, or just spay and neuter from the start!

3 months ago
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Crystal OnoGo Dr. Wood! What amazing work

3 months ago
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Vicki Baker RileySo sad for the pups, but happy you were there to save the mother.

3 months ago
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Peggy Schrello LebrechtDr. Wood is the best! Nice work all.

3 months ago   ·  1
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Peter CraneSo lovely! Here's to the team!

3 months ago   ·  1
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Meredith KennedyWhat a cute little muffin. Thank you, Dr. Wood and Dr. P, for saving her!

3 months ago
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Amin Nagerithank you so much for life saving job and informative link may you all live long'

3 months ago
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Kalindi ChowDr. Wood is the best and she did such an amazing job taking care of my baby Molly. Unfortunately she was too small to have the puppies and they were bigger than what he tummy could handle. Thank you Long Beach animal hospital! ❤️ Molly & myself were so grateful we stopped by with some flowers for Dr. Wood 💕

3 months ago
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What's Not To Like About Giraffes!

These are Angolan giraffes, at a waterhole in Namibia.
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Cathy Ingber Garciagorgeous!

3 months ago
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Airborne Cheetah

Once a cheetah gets into its full stride all 4 legs are off the ground.
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingI LOVE this photo <3

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Cheetah adaptation

When chasing prey cheetah need to "turn on a dime" at high speed. They are going so fast that they can overshoot their prey if they did not have this ability to turn. Their tail is a great aid in allowing them to stay on target as their prey zigs and zags.

You can see the cheetah in this picture using its tail as a rudder as it turns it head to the left in anticipation of going that direction. The dust it is kicking up gives you an idea of its speed.
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Cheetah Anatomy

Cheetah have several anatomical adaptations that allow them to run at over 60 mph for several hundred yards. They have large breathing passages, large lungs, lighter bones, and a large heart compared to other similar sized mammals.

They also have a flexible spine that allows their front legs to come forward to a greater degree, allowing for greater thrust from the rear legs. You can see that in this picture.
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Amin Nageriit looks like it is going to fall the next moment

3 months ago
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Meredith KennedyThey also have non-retractable claws, like a dog. I believe this is to provide good traction for running, but doesn't let them climb trees as well as other cats. Cool photo!!!!

3 months ago
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Eladio G DiazGreat picture.

3 months ago
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingCheetahs are worth fighting for to stop their steady decline.....

3 months ago
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Cheetah on the move

Had an opportunity to photograph the cheetah at the Cheetah Conservation Fund during their morning exercise. This one was just starting her stride.
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Karen HaneyNice! Wish I'd seen this last nigjt. Remind me to shnight. A video we took at the wild animal park this summe.

3 months ago
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Suz FukumotoThank you for these special cheetah pics! Just in time for my daughter's 6th birthday tomorrow. Her birthday wish is for a cheetah (or a unicorn or dinosaur), and we've been stalking this page waiting for this for the past 3 wks =)

3 months ago
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Long Beach Animal HospitalTell her Happy Birthday from us!

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Vestibular Disease
Our own Dr. Wood helped a geriatric dog recover from this disease. A large part of the treatment for this is educating owners on just what this means and what to expect for recovery.

Yea Dr. Wood!

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Dr.Elizabeth Wood diagnosed our 17 yr old dog with Old Vestibular disease. This video documents the dog's 5 month recovery.

Long Beach Animal Hospital added 2 new photos.

Owl with foot injury

This owl from our Wildlife Program is being treated with our special therapy laser to aid in healing the problem on the bottom of its foot.

You can learn more about this laser therapy at this link- www.lbah.com/word/services/companion-laser/

You can learn more about how we treat injured wildlife for free at this link- www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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One last rhino from Etosha before we go off to the Cheetah Conservation Fund

This male black rhino was approaching a water hole when we got this shot.
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Nancy SalemBeauty

4 months ago
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Amy HansonGreat pic!!

4 months ago
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Douglas GibbsWhat a presence

3 months ago
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingAwesome

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Love at First Swipe

Lots of action at the waterhole in Etosha last night. A male lion was resting as a very wary giraffe came to take a drink, while the ostrich and springbok waited their turn in the distance.

Out of nowhere a lioness appeared and took a swipe at the male before taking a long drink.

The other giraffes in the area found this lion behavior quite amusing.
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Colleen HershonMe too

4 months ago
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingGreat photos...

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Update from Etosha National Park

We saw a black rhino today, and also a lioness eating breakfast that was none too happy (you cannot see her tail twitching in the photo) when some tourists in a large vehicle disturbed her with their excessive movements in the vehicle.
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Amin Nageriis that oryx is hunted by the loiness

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The Skeleton Coast

Visited a few shipwrecks on our drive up the coast. The birds have made good use of them.
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Oryx

First time seeing an Oryx, a type of antelope that is adapted to this arid environment. It has a special digestive system that can eat toxic plants.
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Nancy SalemMajestic

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Amin Nageriwhat is special in its digestive system that makes it enable to eat toxic plants too

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Dr. P is in Namibia, now with access to Wifi for a day.

Saw my first desert adapted elephants. Notice anything different about their feet?
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Long Beach Animal HospitalNot only are their feet more splayed to help them when walking on sand, their legs are slightly longer than elephants that don't inhabit the desert.

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One last leopard photo before Dr. P leaves Botswana. Many more to come in the future.

This female is hunting, and we caught here just as she was jumping across a log.
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Mark LemonsGreat image C.

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Suz FukumotoBeautiful. (But my 5yr old daughter says cheetahs are better)

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Long Beach Animal HospitalCheetah pictures will be sent from Namibia soon for your daughter.

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Meredith KennedyReminds me of my cats, only larger.

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Leslie Abrahams GoslingPerfect!

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Long Beach Animal HospitalLeslie, are you all settled in after a great trip?

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Cape Town Update

Dr. P is in Cape Town after spending a week in Botswana. Here is a preview of many of the photos taken in Botswana.

It is a female leopard that is waiting for the temperature to cool down before she goes out for a hunt.

We saw many leopards on this trip, sometimes in the act of hunting.
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Lizzie WoodAmazing!!!

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Meredith KennedyWhat a beauty!

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Amy HansonAll about the eyes!

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Long Beach Animal HospitalAmy, you remembered!

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Victoria Falls Day

Dr. P is in Zimbabwe, at the 3rd largest waterfall in the world based on volume. There is a section called Devil's Pool where you can swim to the edge with a guide.

Here is Dr. P with Dr B, Rudy, and a very friendly Zambian guide.

Off to Botswana tomorrow.
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Lisa Belisle-HarrisAnd a nice double rainbow 🌈🌈

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Eladio G DiazYou will love Chobe National Park.

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Meredith KennedyWoweeee!!!

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Happy Anniversary and Birthday to Dr. Wood!

Dr. W had a birthday yesterday, but just as importantly, it is her one year anniversary of starting work at the Long Beach Animal Hospital.

Dr. Wood has done an outstanding job in every aspect!

She has taken over the Wildlife Program, and with her efforts, we have released even more injured wild animals successfully.

Dr. Wood is a good diagnostician and surgeon, and always has a positive attitude. Her enthusiasm is contagious.

It's been a great year working with you Dr. Wood, and we hope to have many, many more in the future!
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Amin NageriHBD

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Heather StarkeyHappy Birthday, Dr Wood = )

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Mumuni SulemanaWowwww

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Kelsey Marie WhiteHappy Birthday Dr. Wood. 🖤Stimpy and I

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Nancy SalemThis looks like a coconut cake🐾

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Gretel the Therapy Dog

Dr. P had a chance to meet Gretel (and her canine friends) while visiting someone at the hospital.

Gretel's favorite area of the hospital is the pediatric ward, but she is welcome wherever she goes.
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Nancy SalemWhat a beautiful name for a beautiful dog 💗

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Long Beach Animal HospitalShe had a great personality, and found her calling!

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Remember These Guys?

One month ago these fledgling eagles were testing their strength and flying ability around their nest. See my prior posts to learn more about them.

One month later I went back to see if they were still around.
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Answer to the mystery X-ray

There is hip dysplasia on the right hip (see circle). The left leg has a decrease bone density in the proximal femur (see circle) with a proliferation of bone in the mid shaft of the left femur (see arrow) . These changes are probably osteosarcoma (cancer), although they might be an osteomyelitis or even a fungal infection
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Nancy SalemWhat tests to diagnose further ? Fungal infection is far better than evil C.

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Long Beach Animal HospitalA bone biopsy and fungal titer would be the next tests.

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Mystery X-Ray

Notice anything wrong on this pelvis radiograph of a middle aged large breed dog that is painful in the back end and limping on the left rear leg?
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Amy HansonYou got me

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Dale SabinThe ball joint on the left hip doesn't look nice and smooth like the right side. Possibly Hip Dysplasia? Just a guess. I fix airplanes not animals.

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Sherri EngelbretsonOk. Used to be a Technician so I have to take a stab at this. Looks like the ball isn't sitting in the socket all the way.

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Carl VivianoFractured pelvis

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Vicki Baker RileySomething funky with the left hip joint. It looks smaller and maybe looser.

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Long Beach Animal HospitalThere is hip dysplasia on the right hip. The left leg has a decrease bone density in the proximal femur with a proliferation of bone in the mid shaft of the left femur. These changes are probably osteosarcoma (cancer), although they might be an osteomyelitis or even a fungal infection. See circled areas on the X-ray above.

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Tater Did It Again

Tater ate a plant pit that got stuck in her stomach. As a matter of fact, this is the 3rd time we have had to surgically remove something stuck in her stomach over the years.

To learn much more on how we do surgery at the Long Beach Animal Hospital please visit this link- new.lbah.com/word/surgical-services/
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Alicia ManloveWhat kind of plant pit? My dogs chew on palm fruit which look like pits. We read theyre not dangerous if ingested. We take them away if we see them chewing on them. I don't want this to happen!

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Meredith KennedyIt appears to be a palm oil kernel, with the outer fruit digested away, leaving a 'hairy' looking kernel. It's not toxic, but the size can be a problem if it creates an obstruction. In Tater's case she was lucky we got it out before it tried going into the small intestine, where it would very likely have gotten stuck.

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Junior Veterinarian Presentation

Dr. P gave a presentation to a group of 6-9 year olds in northern Michigan in a town called Harbor Springs. It was a blast, and they sat still for at least 30 minutes, and asked a lot of great questions (and told me all about their pets they had at home).
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Suz FukumotoI know a lot of little ones (and big ones too) who would appreciate this presentation! Any chance of coming to Hawaii anytime?

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Junior Extern Daily Diary

At the end of yesterday it was whirlwind of activity, with surgeries, 6 abdominal ultrasounds, 2 echocardiograms, and lots of exams. I slept well!

Today for the first time I examined wildlife! I learned how to hold and perform an exam on a dove. I found the heartbeat and checked for any abnormalities, especially for wing fractures.

We took a radiograph and did not find any abnormalities. We will provide nourishment and rest and send this dove to one of our rehabilitators.

Tomorrow is my last day at the hospital, time is going way too fast!
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Cooper's Hawk Re-Nesting

A young Cooper's Hawk was brought into our wildlife program. It had no injuries, so our dedicated team consisting of Dr. Kennedy (our photographer), Dr. Wood (our hawk doctor), and Alex (our tree climber), put it back in the area it came from.

Our team had to drive to this spot, scout for an appropriate area, climb a ladder (yea Alex), and put the hawk into a tree. Quite the job ladies and gentleman!
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Wildlife Presentation by Dr. P

He is giving a presentation on his many trips around the world in the last 30 years to all 7 continents. He will also show some behind-the-scenes pictures of how we care for injured wildlife.

All our welcome to join us at 5:30 on July 11th at the Brewitt Branch Library. Here is the link to the library-

www.lbpl.org/location/brewitt/default.asp
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Charlotte M BlaireI've heard it's going to be GREAT! Shared!!!

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Long Beach Animal HospitalHopefully Charlotte it motivates you to go on a trip with use one day!

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Leslie Abrahams GoslingShared!

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Nancy SalemThanks for being mindful of cat feeding time 😻

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Janielle Jackson-AlvarezThanks for telling me about it. I will may try to go.

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Back to Africa

Dr. P's Sep 2017 Botswana and Namibia trips are full, so he is planning his next Africa trips, sometime in 2018 and 2019. If you have any interest in going, maybe you can convince him to take you to see the mountain gorillas (zoos only have lowland gorillas).

He went there in 2011. It's an adventure not to be missed, especially since they are in such low numbers and their future is tenuous at best.

Here is the link to the full page and explanations of what it is like to go on a unique trip like this-

www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-photography/rwanda-gorillas-2011/
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Vicki Baker RileyAmazing!!

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Long Beach Animal HospitalYes, Vicki, the trip and the gorillas are amazing, and glad I saw them!

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Sherri EngelbretsonHandsome boy

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Nikki Berrios RoseIt was so wonderful to experience the gorillas! A dream come true!!

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Fawn video

A few seconds of feeding one hungry fawn.
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Feeding a Fawn

Dr. P has a friend named Marty with lots of wildlife that he has adopted, rescued, or is taking care of for the Department of Natural Resources in Michigan.

What a blast! The most fun was the fawns, the male deer, and the elk. Video of feeding the fawn will be posted later.

Dr. P will be going back later this summer to help Marty and teach wildlife photography.
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The proper use of an E-Collar

We use E-Collars a lot to prevent pets from injuring themselves, especially after surgery. Sometimes it's hard to put one on a pet, and it ends up on one of our staff!
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Alicia ManloveThe inflatable 'donut' kind is the best! We'll be there Wednesday with my girl MP showing it off for everyone! 🐶

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New Extern

Our latest extern is from Australia. He reviewed the record of a hospitalized case soon after arrival, and is seen here getting ready to present his findings to Dr. P in rounds. His tail is a little longer than our usual extern, and he doesn't eat as many donuts, but so far he is doing great!
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Botswana Trip Opening

Our Botswana trip on Sep 15th-27th of this year has an opening at our camps for an additional 1-2 persons. This link has details on the itinerary-

www.lbah.com/word/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Botswana-and-Vic-Falls.pdf

If you or anyone you know is interested in going please contact us now before the camps fill this last spot. Email us at vet@lbah.com

We will be seeing a vast array of different wildlife in their natural settings. We plan on photographing lots of big cats!
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Leslie Abrahams GoslingBeautiful cats <3

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Breakfast time for eagle chicks

Dr. P spend significant time in a kayak at 6 AM, waiting for just the right time and light, for this opportunity to photograph the male eagle returning with breakfast for his chicks. It took one week for the weather to be just right and the eagle to show. When he saw the eagle coming in the distance he started shaking, realizing he finally had his opportunity, and he better not miss the shot!

For you technical types, the photo was taken with a Canon 1Dx Mark II at 50 yards, using a 400mm D. O. II lens and 1.4X teleconverter. The photo was shot at 1/3000th of a second with an ISO of 1250 and an aperture of f/5.6.
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Lois Grant-VizardAmazing!

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Long Beach Animal HospitalGlad you like it Lois!

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Leslie Abrahams GoslingAwww off to feed the kids and Mom too xx

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Baby Snapper Vide

This is the little guy from my earlier post.
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Meredith KennedyA baby dinosaur!

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Baby Snapping Turtle

Dr. P is in Michigan teaching photography in Seney National Wildlife Refuge. It's the time of year for the snapping turtles to lay eggs.

He came across this little guy thinking it was a recent hatch. It turns out the females turtles are just starting to dig their nests and lay their eggs.This means this guy was from last year's hatch! How he survived the brutally cold and long winter is anyone's guess.
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Above and Beyond!

Christina from South Bay Wildlife Rescue, and our very own Dr. Wood, went above and beyond today.

A juvenile Cooper's hawk was brought into our Wildlife Program. It was determined to have no injuries, so Dr. Wood and Christina returned it where it was found.

Eagle-eyed Christina found the nest somehow, and Dr. Wood got on a ladder and climbed (that's the "above" part in the title of this post) up to the nest to replace the bird. Christina is our photographer in these photos.

This was a great job by some dedicated individuals to help the wildlife in our area. Great job ladies!

Check out this link if you want to see Christina and Dr. Wood releasing a barn owl- www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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Birthday Cupcakes for the Birthday Girl

It was Sandra's turn to celebrate another one!
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Meredith KennedyHappy Birthday, Sandra!

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Hounds for Hills

We have a booth today at the Hounds for Hills community event at Signal Hill Park. Come join us and enter our raffle, meet other like-minded pet owners, and get your questions answered.

Signal Hill Park
2175 Cherry Avenue
Long Beach CA 90755

11 am- 2 PM
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Guess the Species

The little ones nest in a tree, and jump down out of the nest at an early age, and then learn how to hunt in the water.

Do you know what these birds are?

What are the chicks called?
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Antenna SheHooded Mergansers and? Ducklings?

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Tedd GreenwaldMinimergansers

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Meredith KennedyI call them Merganettes but I might be the only one.

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Long Beach Animal HospitalYup, Hooded Merganser and ducklings, although I like the Minimergansers and Merganettes answers better!

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Tedd GreenwaldMerganitas a snapping turtle calls them lunch

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Long Beach Animal HospitalThe first time we saw them we counted 7 ducklings. The count today is still 7, so no snapper appetizers yet.

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Dinner Time for Our Eagle Chicks

Dr. P went out in a kayak to get a better vantage point on the eagles. He watched the nest for a while as the female awaited a dinner of steelhead trout from the male. After the male eagle dropped off dinner two fuzzy chicks appeared.

The male went to a tree after he dropped off the trout. He decided Dr. P was a little to close so he strafed him. Guess it was time to go!
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Brad WingersWell, they don't call him "Eagle Strafer" Dr. P for nothin!!!

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Leslie Abrahams GoslingGood for the Eagle. His #1 priority is to keep his family safe!......Eaglets and Juvies are always the cutest though but I would be safe and watch them from a distance.

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Long Beach Animal HospitalIf you watch them from a distance you won't get any photos like these.

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Vicki Baker RileyFabulous! We're on Orcas Island, WA and just observed 2 bald eagles feeding their adolescent chick on a rock. Once I looked at the pictures I realized the chick the one was feeding had a red head. It was a vulture! My husband insists it was a chick that flew in. Once I get home I'll post a picture. It's not great because I have a 50x lens, but you can still see the 2 birds clearly. Oh, and speaking of strafed, my husband had the experience of having a falcon dig his claws into his head when he was waiting for his carpool van. Apparently he was too close to a nest. The impact knocked my hubby to the ground and he was bleeding from the talons.

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Long Beach Animal HospitalCan't wait to see your picture Vicki, sounds like it was a vulture. Cool story about your husband!

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Charlotte M BlaireWow! Thank you for sharing these!!!

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Dr. Wood doing her thing

Dr. Wood examining Stimpy to make sure everything is in proper working order.

To learn more about how we care for reptiles, including an interesting surgery where we remove bladder stones from tortoises, follow this link-
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Meredith KennedyStumpy looks very interested in his record!

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Meredith KennedyStimpy! Couldn't catch autocorrect in time.

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Kelsey Marie WhiteHaha thank you Dr. Wood. You seem to be the only vet she truly enjoys.

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What, no chocolate?

It was Anais's turn to celebrate a birthday!
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Good Samaritan

One good samaritan drove all the way from south Orange County to bring an injured crow to us. She rescued it after it was hit by a car.

After a thorough exam it was determined to have no fractures or major problems. It was treated for shock and will be going off to a crow rehabilitator.

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Wendie SweetwoodI used to take all four of my rabbits to see the wonderful staff at Long Beach Animal Hospital because they were very rabbit savvy

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