Veterinarian Mt Pleasant SC Canine Influenza H3N8



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Veterinarian Mt Pleasant SC Canine Influenza H3N8

Veterinarian Mount Pleasant SC discusses symptoms, causes, risks, and prevention of Canine Influenza, H3N8. This emerging canine disease is very contagious and help in prevention is easy. Zip codes serviced include 29464, 29465 and 29466 along with Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Awendaw and Charleston, SC.

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Dog Aggression 101 – Dog Training with America’s Canine Educator



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Dog Aggression 101 – Dog Training with America’s Canine Educator
As a dog advocate it is the mission of America’s Canine Educator to assist dogs in distress. There are many misunderstandings about what dog aggression actually is and what the signs are. As well as what causes dog aggression you will learn how to identify different types of dog aggression in this video.

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Teaching your dog the down Command – Dog Training with America’s Canine Educator



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Teaching your dog the down Command – Dog Training with America’s Canine Educator is about teaching your dog the down command. Thomas goes over the easiest way to teach your dog to down! If you have trouble getting your dog to lay down when you tell them this video is for you. Learn quickly how to establish the down command with your dog and eliminate those issue today

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The Binary Dog – Robert Cabral’s Dog Training and Approach to Canine Communication #3



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In this video I discuss the “Binary Dog” approach to communicating clearly with dogs. Using a simple YES and NO training exercise, dogs can be taught basic commands as well as complex behaviors. Using clear communication with your dog through luring and shaping will develop solid obedience, quick sits and downs durations in obedience.

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Have Dog aggression on the leash? Stop it Today! Dog training with America’s Canine Educator-



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02:00 – initial assessment
03:00 – Owner discussion
05:37 – method for resolving the issue
08:51 – training (working with the dog)
12:52 – Transformation/wrap up

Thomas breaks down the process of why our dogs react differently on the leash and how to fix it now! Many people have issues with their dogs reacting aggressively when on a leash. Americas Canine Educator Thomas Davis works with this German shepherd with on leash to resolve her aggressive behavior. Once again dog behavior is diagnosed and redirected in a positive way. For you to be become the best dog trainer possible, your German shepherd, pit bull, or any other canine with canine aggression must understand who is in charge. This can be achieved through adopting Tom’s methods and using them consistently. As always thank you for watching, Please like, subscribe and share! Lets change as many lives as possible. Thanks for being part of our pack!

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How to use an E Collar properly – Dog Training with America’s Canine Educator



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E Collars are an effective tool in Dog Training provided that the user does the research on How to use an E Collar properly. If you think E Collars are some form of torture Thomas explains why those misconceptions are incorrect. Thomas discusses prong collars and E Collars in terms of situational applications. Like any other job effective use of tools can make your life much easier. As always we thank you for watching!

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Dog Training: Stop Your Dogs from Barking and Jumping on Guests – Thriving Canine



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Stop your dogs from jumping and barking on guests.

Chad Culp, Certified Dog Trainer, Canine Behavior Specialist and owner of Thriving Canine reviews techniques to work with dogs who bark, jump and become unmanageable when they hear a doorbell. Some dogs jump on guests the minute they come in the door. Chad demonstrates basic as well as advanced training exercise providing suggestions for managing your dog while greeting and entertaining guests.

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-How to manage dogs when guests come over (1:40)
-How to manage guests of the dog training exercise (1:58)
-Tether your dog at the door if dog’s training isn’t advanced (2:44)
-Calmly bring your dog around guests on leash (4:00)
-Praise your dog for a job well done (4:47)
-Allow guests to say hi to the dog now that your dog is calm (4:43)
-Practicing this dog training exercise often – even when alone (5:09)
-Desensitize your dogs to doorbells and door knocking (5:18)

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UF veterinary students advance surgery skills using synthetic canine cadavers



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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida veterinary medical students are implementing some of the most advanced technology in the world by using the first-ever synthetic canine cadavers in a surgery lab.

The canine models, which bleed and even have a pulse, have all of the bones, muscles, relevant organs and vascular components found in actual dogs. Made from a library of more than 100 synthetic materials that mimic actual living tissue in terms of mechanical properties, densities and other properties, the model “is an actual synthetic animal with all of the relevant body systems, with a heart that actually pumps synthetic blood through the core, organs and limbs,” said Christopher Sakezles, president of SynDaver Labs, which makes synthetic human cadavers as training aids in human medicine. “It can be intubated and ventilated.”

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine bought 25 of the true-to-life models last year after talks with SynDaver Labs. Initially, a team including the college’s executive director, John Haven, and UF small animal surgeons J. Brad Case, D.V.M., and Stanley Kim, B.V.Sc., visited the company’s headquarters in Tampa to discuss whether the company could create a canine abdominal model that veterinary medical students could use in surgery courses as an alternative to canine cadavers.

“During the visit, we showed them our current human technology and I suggested building the full dog, because, why not?” said Sakezles.

Further discussions then ensued with the UF surgeons to tweak the model’s design.

“We gave them a list of specific features we wanted to see in the model,” said Kim, an assistant professor of small animal surgery at UF. “They then built a prototype and brought it up for us to test. We tested and provided feedback on three or four iterations of the model before the final product was created.”

The students who participated in the first lab on Nov. 29 were seniors enrolled in an advanced surgery course. Two labs were held in different time slots on that day with students stationed in teams at different work tables. The class was given a series of abdominal surgical procedures to perform — a splenectomy and a liver biopsy were on the list but other types of procedures will be covered in the future — with audiovisual monitors installed on walls above each station as teaching aids.

Chris Alling, a senior UF veterinary medical student who participated in the lab, said the models were helpful from a student’s perspective because all of the typical pressures of surgery, including blood loss, anesthesia maintenance and asepsis, are removed, or at least mitigated.

“Of course, we still do our best to maintain sterile technique and limit hemorrhage, but when errors are made, we don’t experience the same level of anxiety as if we had endangered a living, breathing patient,” Alling said. “This allows us to focus more fully on the surgical techniques themselves, which ultimately builds confidence for when we will be eventually faced with real cases.”

The models are compatible with all known surgical instruments and imaging techniques.

“I thought the lab went spectacularly,” said Case, who assisted in teaching the class. “I think it was great that the seniors got the first shot and were able to do the more advanced procedures. That said, I think the sophomores this spring will love being able to perform their first-ever mock spay procedure in a SynDaver canine versus through the historic use of cadavers. I am really looking forward to that.”

Kim added that he felt “very fortunate” to be a part of the team that delivered this experience to the students.

“It may turn out to be one of my biggest contributions to veterinary medicine,” he said. “Simulation is the way of the future for surgical training in both the human and veterinary fields, and in helping to develop this model, we at UF are leading the way in simulation veterinary surgery.”

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Aggressive German Shepherd-Dog training with America’s Canine Educator-



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Thomas Davis America’s Canine Educator goes over the difference between true aggression and fear. In this video you will see how a fearful dog can be misunderstood as being aggressive. This german shepherd is reacting to his owner in a very unpleasant way. Thomas quickly illustrates that the dogs behavior is a direct result of who is handling him. Check the time stamps below to start from multiple points in the training.

00:57 –Disclaimer– Do not approach an aggressive dog.
01:38 — Thomas calms cooper down
05:45 — owner starts working with Cooper
07:13 — Thomas explains “what just happened”
08:55 — The corrections!
13:00 — If this were a Chihuahua
14:40 — That was fear?

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Canine Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with Tyler Muto | K9 Connection Dog Training Buffalo, NY



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This video showcases the training of Bella, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

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