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Thank You To Our Sponsors, Vendors, Rescues, Volunteers, And Visitors Who Helped Make Our Fifth Annual Event Success!!! We Were Able To Raise A Total Of $8,500 For Red Paw Relief Team For Displaced Animals In Our Region.
Monday, June 10, 2019
If your pet is actively having a Seizure, seek emergency medical attention immediately. Avoid handling or going near your pet’s mouth. Unfortunately, animals having a seizure are disoriented and often bite and they may accidentally harm you. If you think that you have seen a seizure-like episode but are not sure, please call a member of our veterinary hospital as soon as possible. Such episodes will usually recur and may be associated with other serious health problems. Isolated, short duration seizures can often be treated by your veterinarian.
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Heartworm is a treatable disease but the damage caused by the heartworms is permanent. Patients with heartworm disease are staged based on changes noted in bloodwork and radiographs which show a patient’s heart, vital organs, and blood vessels. Higher class heartworm patients have a poorer prognosis and treatment carries higher risks of side effects and complications. The actual treatment for heartworm disease centers around killing the bacteria inside of the worms, reducing inflammation caused by the worms, and ultimately, killing the worms themselves.
Friday, June 7, 2019
Hot Spots are itchy, red, moist lesions under the skin that result from licking or scratching. Hot spots can be a singular area which can be very large in size or there can be several at the same time in different areas of the body. Fortunately, hot spots look a lot worse than they are and most will heal quite well with a comprehensive treatment plan as outlined above. During your visit, a member of our World of Animals’ Veterinary Hospital will also discuss the underlying causes of hot spots and attempt to identify the inciting cause.
World of Animals at South Philadelphia is a full-service hospital equipped to handle a wide variety of diseases and conditions. Focusing on the highest quality medicine and attention to detail, the World of Animals Team is always happy to answer your questions to ensure that all pet owners have the information needed to make the best decisions for their pets.
There are many causes of Congestive Heart Failure but it’s important to think of this more as a “state of being” than the disease which causes it. Pets can go in and out of congestive heart failure many times as medications are initiated and dosages are changed, or as a disease state progresses. There is always an underlying disease state which causes this. The most common cause of heart failure is valvular disease, or an age-related defect in the valves which separate the chambers of the heart.
Thursday, June 6, 2019
Betsy Came To See Dr. Stupine For Her Annual Physical And Heartworm/Lyme Test. She Passed With Flying Colors!!!!
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Dr. Wrigley is a 2001 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He has over 14 years of clinical experience in both emergency medicine and general practice in Pennsylvania, California, and Oregon, as well as 4 years of post-graduate experience studying neuroscience and nutrition at the Pennsylvania State University. When not enjoying time at home with his cat Joy, he enjoys backpacking, hiking, camping and trail running.
Monday, June 3, 2019
Thank You For All Who Attended Our Sunday Funday Fundraiser To Benefit Red Paw Emergency Relief Team
Our Fifth Annual World of Animals' Sunday Funday To Benefit Red Paw Emergency Relief Team Was PAWsome! Thank You To All The Volunteers, Vendors, Sponsors And The Many Visitors Who Joined Us. This Event Is Not Possible Without Each And Every One Of You.