The Major Of Loss Of Performance in the racing greyhound is injury. A Good chaser can carry a minor injury and still perform well. Eventually one injury leads to another with a gradual progressive reduction in performance. The loss of a balanced gait caused by the minor injuries results in a torn muscle, fractured bone, or damaged joint. Recurring sprains can cause joints to become unstable and may lead to Arthritis. Sprains can be difficult to heal, often more so than a fracture.
Handling Equine Patients written by Road to the Horse veterinarian, Robert M. Miller, D.V.M. In his nearly 60 years as a practicing and retired veterinarian, Dr. Robert M. Miller has produced many books, magazines articles, and videos on equine behavior and how to handle horses safely, humanely, and most effectively.
The Joints and Muscles of greyhounds need to be constantly repaired by their own adult stem cells which are stored in the bone marrow. Adult Stem Cells are responsible for rebuilding and nourishing all parts of the body. StemPets can increase and release the number of stem cells leaving the bone marrow which help to create optimal health.
Dr. Johnny K. Griggs, DVM, a retired veterinarian and owner/breeder/trainer passed away Wednesday Oct. 19. He was 84. Born Jan. 3, 1932, Griggs graduated from the University of Tennessee in pre-veterinary medicine before obtaining his …
Dr. Annette Ortmayer finished her undergraduate studies at Montana State University. She went on to Colorado State University to receive her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1985. After graduating, she joined Covina Animal Hospital as an associate Veterinarian. When Dr. Chatfield retired in 1994, Dr. Ortmayer and her husband Rick purchased the hospital and are the current owners. Dr. Ortmayer's interests include photography, traveling, and hiking with her dogs. #meettheCAHstaff