Overview of Feline Leg Deformities An angular limb deformity is an abnormally shaped or crooked limb that results from abnormal growth of the bones. Angular limb deformities are most commonly seen in the forearm (radius/ulna), but can also be seen in the lower part of the hind leg (tibia/fibula). Injury to young, growing bones can result in an angular limb deformity.
I Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty ImagesCats, as lovable and delightful as they are, can often be confusing creatures. One minute they& 39;re euphoric, the next they& 39;re miffed. It& 39;s enough to drive a cat owner crazy! Whether your dear is cranky over a veterinarian appointment or because she despises the grooming brush, learn the key signs.
Overview of Coma, Stupor & Decreased Consciousness in Dogs Coma is the absence of alertness or consciousness. Comatose dogs are unresponsive to noxious or painful stimuli. Decreased consciousness or stupor is diminished awareness or alertness. Coma and stupor are serious medical conditions that should be addressed immediately by a veterinarian.
I Dog 1 image by nIxOiD from Fotolia.comA history of abuse can make your dog skittish, difficult to train and even aggressive. With time, love and lots of treats, you can help your abused dog become a well-trained, well-socialized member of your family.Step 1Socialize your dog to people and other dogs.
I BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty ImagesJust like you, your parakeet doesn& 39;t like being cooped up in one place for too long. By letting him out, you help him relax, exercise and feel more comfortable around you, no matter the time of day.Every DayThe best out-of-cage time for a parakeet isn& 39;t a particular time of day, so long as it occurs every single day.
I Martin Poole/Digital Vision/Getty ImagesThree-week-old kittens are too young to be away from their mom, but in some cases the mama may abandon her young and you& 39;ll have to take over. You& 39;ll have to train him.Learning from MotherKittens learn to eliminate from their mom. From birth and up through the first several week of life, a young mother licks the rear ends of her kittens to stimulate their bowels, giving them the need to & 34;go.