5 12, 2019
Today was another great experience at LBAH. I started my day going over very important cases with Dr. P, cases that are very common on a daily basis for veterinarians. The case we discussed was about Lil man. Lil man is a 10.5 year old neutered male Shitzu that came in because he was not eating, and unexplained urinary accidents at home. His examination and lab diagnostics pointed towards a infection in the urinary system. With a great assessment by the doctors and proper medical treatment, Frankie has been doing much better at home since he was discharged. Urinary diseases
26 10, 2019
We have a new page on this serious problem in reptiles. Click on our friend below to learn more.
3 08, 2019
If you are interested in watching a surgery of a cat with a liver disease called a shunt follow the link below. Canine Liver Surgery
31 07, 2019
A red-tailed hawk was found on the runway at Long Beach airport and brought into our Wildlife Program with a broken wing. Our ultimate goal is to fix the wing and release the hawk back into the wild. There is no guarantee that will happen, but we are willing to give it a try. Graphic surgical photos later in this page. Our Wildlife Program admission form gives you more details when it was brought in by Long Beach Animal Control on September 29th, 2018 It had a band to help us trace its origin (number 1967) and learn more about
16 07, 2019
This bunny broke his front leg. Learn how we diagnosed it and applied a splint by visiting this link on our web site.