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FROM TIME TO TIME WE HAVE QUITE A VARIETY OF PETS COME THROUGH THE CLINIC, HERE IS A FEW VIDEOS OF EXOTIC ANIMALS RECEIVING TREATMENT.
BOO, a 7 month old raccoon came to the County Animal Clinic to get a check up. Being an exotic pet, before any clinical procedure is performed Doctor Ronald Anders must be sure that the animal is in good health. After seeing that Boo was indeed in good physical health, he received a thorough check up, along with a distemper shot. He also used the Opthalmascope to determine if there are any problems with the retina cornea, lens, and if there are any issues with the iris of the eye. If there are any underlying problems this special diagnostic instrument will provide the information necessary for possible further treatment.
Fancy was brought to us by WILD ANIMAL RESCUE.volunteers. Fancy was paralyzed After just 2 treatments of animal acupuncture and oher forms of treatment. Fancy may soon be released back into the wild.
Fancy returned to the County Animal Clinic this week for another treatment. She cannot be released back into the wild yet. Please watch this amazing video of Doctor Anders treating Fancy with the MR4 laser.