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

Any idea why this osprey is upset?

Follow this link to find out- www.lbah.com/currentnews/the-osprey-and-the-crow/

The photo was taken by Dr. P while teaching wildlife photography at Bolsa Chica in Huntington Beach.
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Wild Baby Birds

Please visit our Wildlife Care page for more information on this- www.lbah.com/wildlife-care/

As a reminder each spring, if you find a baby bird, and it is no obviously injured, either put it back in its nest or leave it where you found it, as long as there are no other animals around to injure it. This gives it the best chance of survival.

Injuries to look for are blood anywhere, lacerations or bite wounds, a drooping wing, or lameness. If you are not sure bring it to us for an assessment. If it is not injured please be prepared to take it back where you found it.
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Mystery X-Ray Answer From Yesterday
Several people saw the cause of this problem on the radiograph we posted, so kudos to them!
Here is the link to the disease this dog has- www.lbah.com/canine/disk-disease-ivd/

The problem area is circled on this radiograph.
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Mystery X-Ray
This small breed 10 year old dog recently is reluctant to go up and down the stairs for some reason. Does the radiograph give us any clues as to why?
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Polar Bear Trip
This male polar bear playing on the ice is from Dr. P's 2012 trip to Svalbard. Here is the link to this trip- www.lbah.com/wildlife-photography-blog/svalbard/
He is going back in June of 2021 in case anyone is interested in joining him.
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Mystery X-Ray Time
Any idea what is going on with this cat?
If you need help we have a page that teaches you how to read a radiograph-
www.lbah.com/avian/how-to-read-a-radiograph-x-ray/
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That's One Hungry Baby Squirrel ...

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Business As Usual (sort of)

The injured wildlife we care for in our Wildlife Care Program (www.lbah.com/wildlife-care/) don't know anything about some darn virus, so they keep coming. Here are few of our latest that Dr. P examined this week.
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Business As Usual (sort of)
This time we will show what our nurses and caretaker do when we take your pet from your car and examine it in our treatment area.
Tomorrow we will show some wildlife that were examined yesterday.
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Business As Usual (sort of)
A big thanks to our staff for adapting to the new normal for the past month.
We thought we would share a few behind-the-scenes happenings at the hospital.
Today we will show the front office staff.
Tomorrow we will show the nurses and caretakers helping pets in the treatment area.
Next day some of the wildlife Dr. P examined.
Oh, and by the way, if you want a haircut, gel manicure, or personal training, by all means give us a call!
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