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South Bellmore Veterinary Group Radiologie und Kardiologie

Unser Haus x-Ray Machine ermöglicht uns sofortige Bilder, um uns bei der Diagnose und Behandlung Ihres Haustier zu unterstützen. Darüber hinaus haben wir eine brandneue Ultraschall-Maschine und EKG, die uns ermöglicht, mit Bord-zertifizierte Lösungen und Kardiologen, die uns bei der Diagnose und Anpassung der Behandlung zu Ihrem Haustier helfen können.

 

Über uns

 

Bellmore Veterinär-Klinik ist ein Pionier auf dem Gebiet der kleinen tierischen Veterinär-Pflege.

 

Für lange Inseln und Königinnen seit über 65 Jahren.

 

Der Gründer der Krankenhäuser, Dr. Robert Ferber entwickelte seine Liebe für Tiere als Kind, indem Sie Zeit in einem der vielen Pferd Ställe, die in Flushing zu jener Zeit anwesend. Nach seinem Abschluss am City College in New York folgte Dr. Robert seinen Traum, Tierarzt zu werden. Nach dem Abitur am College of Veterinary Medicine in 1939 an der Cornell University eröffnete er das North Shore Animal Hospital in der gleichen Schule. In 1942 schloss Dr. Robert das Krankenhaus, um im US Army Veterinär Corps zu dienen. Nach Beendigung seiner Führung mit der Armee eröffnete er das Krankenhaus in 1946.

 

Zeitachse

 

1948

 

Das Jahr 1948 sah viele Veränderungen, wie das Krankenhaus zog an seinen jetzigen Standort und Dr. Robert's jüngerer Bruder Leonard trat der Praxis nach seinem Dienst in der Armee und der Vereinten Nationen Relief und Rehabilitation Verwaltung.

 

1970

 

In 1970, nach dem Abitur am College of Veterinary Medicine in Cornell, Dr. Robert's Sohn, Dr. Alan Ferber trat der Praxis. Nach der Pensionierung von Dr. Robert, in der Mitte der 80er Jahre, leitete Dr. Alan die Praxis bis zu seiner Pensionierung in 2004.

 

1980

 

In 1980, Dr. Ronald Rosen trat das Team an der North Shore Animal Hospital und ist derzeit der Senior Partner. Seine Interessen umfassen Innere Medizin, insbesondere Katzen-Medizin, Co-Authoring das Buch "so denken Sie, Sie wissen über Katzen". Darüber hinaus bietet Dr. Rosen die Behandlung in der kostenlosen und alternativen Medizin.

 

1996

 

In 1996, Dr. Michael Ferber absolvierte das gleiche renommierte College of Veterinary Medicine in Cornell als sein Vater, Großvater und Onkel. Dr. Michael's primäre Interessen sind die Rekonstruktion der Chirurgie der Hunde Knie und Ohr.

 

1999

 

Dr. Robert Foley trat der Praxis in 1999 und ist der Direktor unserer Schwester Facility, der Süd-Bellmore Veterinär-Gruppe. Seine primären Interessen sind innere Medizin, Dermatologie und Soft-Tissue Chirurgie.

 

2002

 

In 2002 die Partner des North Shore Animal Hospital eröffnet stolz die Süd-Bellmore Veterinär-Gruppe in Bellmore, NY. Sie sind entschlossen, ihre 65 Jahr Standard der Exzellenz in die Süd-Küste von Long Island zu bringen.

 

2010

 

Dr. Ferber und Foley eröffnen die East Meadow Veterinär Klinik.

 

Bei South Bellmore Veterinär-Gruppe kümmern wir uns um Ihre Haustiere, als wären Sie unsere eigenen.

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South Bellmore Veterinary Group New York - Oor behandeling

 

Oor behandeling

 

Reinigen van de oren van uw huisdier is een cruciale stap als het gaat om het voorkomen van oorontstekingen.

 

Algemene schoonmaak

 

Dit diagram illustreert de fundamentele anatomische herkenningspunten van de gehoorgang van honden. Voor algemene reiniging gebeuren thuis zijn de punten van belang de oor-klep, gehoorgang verticale en de horizontale gehoorgang.

 

Het verticale kanaal is het langste deel van de externe oor. Zolang recht naar beneden de verticale gehoorgang, het horizontale kanaal schoonmaken wordt uitgevoerd en het trommelvlies zal worden vermeden, waardoor schade aan het trommelvlies.

 

Stap 1.

 

De klep van het oor is zachtjes trok en de opening naar de verticale gehoorgang is gevisualiseerd.

 

Stap 2.

 

Wijs het puntje van de reiniging oplossing fles in het openen van de verticale gehoorgang en een royaal bedrag van schonere inblazen in het kanaal. Het doel is te vullen het hele kanaal (de verticale en de horizontale canal).

 

Vervolgens de klep van het oor met de ene hand houd en massage de gehoorgang met de andere. Sommige vloeistof en puin zal waarschijnlijk start coming out van het oor op dit punt.

 

Vrijgeven van het oor en laat uw hond zijn/haar hoofd schudden voor 2-5 minuten. Dit zal helpen brengen meer puin. (U kunt dit doen in een ruimte van het huis dat een beetje vies, krijgen kan als oor kwijting uit het oor vliegen kan).

 

Stap 3.

 

Veeg het oor schoon met behulp van een cottonball.

 

Een andere techniek die gebruikt kan worden is om een cottonball in de gracht te duwen en geniet het licht met de cleaner. Wacht een paar minuten voor de katoen te drogen. Wanneer wordt de katoen verwijderd zal een groot deel van het puin houden. DOEN niet duw die de katoen tot nu toe dat u niet meer verwijderen. We raden een paar pincet beschikbaar voor het verwijderen van de katoen als u problemen ondervindt bij het verwijderen van het met je vingers.

 

Q-tips zijn optioneel. Veel dierenartsen voorstander geen van het gebruik van Q-tips als ze kunnen leiden tot ernstige schade aan de gehoorgang, of zelfs het trommelvlies als ze niet goed gebruikt worden. In onze praktijk zullen we zachtjes Q-tips gebruiken om de plooien van de grachten die moeilijk te reinigen met cottonballs alleen schoon te maken. Zolang u zachte, het puntje van het staafje te allen tijde kan worden gezien, wijzen en niet de tip is recht naar beneden en niet naar het hoofd van deze techniek is meestal veilig.

 

Stap 4.

 

In de meeste gevallen wordt een zalf voorgeschreven als onderdeel van de behandeling. Na het schoonmaken wordt een kleine hoeveelheid zalf toepassen door een gehandschoende vinger (handschoenen kunnen worden gekocht bij een apotheek van uw dierenarts verkregen). Met behulp van uw vinger een jas van zalf van toepassing op de hele gehoorgang en binnen deel van het oor-klep. U hoeft niet een heleboel zalf om hiervoor te gebruiken. Denk aan het oor als een uitslag en u de uitslag met de medicatie zijn coating. Te veel zalf zal bemoeilijken latere reinigingen en medicatie wordt verspild.

 

Als u denkt dat de oren almaar slechter ondanks de behandeling, te stoppen met alle medicatie en bel uw dierenarts. Sommige dieren kunnen allergisch aan een onderdeel van de reiniger of aan de zalf. Alternatieve behandelingen zal moeten worden gebruikt voor deze patiënten.

 

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review 2017-09-25 07:35
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STILL (Grip Book 2) - Kennedy Ryan

This is the 2nd book in the GRIP series.  This series is a spin off to the acclaimed Soul series by the same author.  I recommend reading these titles in order to avoid spoilers and enjoy the series for what it is.

 

Marlon AKA Grip & Bristol's story continues in this heartfelt novel of love and all that it colors in your life.  It took him eight years to convince Bristol to give him a chance he has no intention of blowing.  All around him there are factors at work trying to sabotage the relationship he has finally won.

 

Bristol feels like she is on a learning curve.  There is so much about Grip's life she is still adapting to.  She does not want to give him any regrets for choosing her.  Only there is so much coming neither of them is prepared for.......

 

This was truly an emotional read.  With such a beautiful story, even the words are very poetic and I find myself wishing I had them set to music that I could listen to.  Like the other books in this amazing series - it slowly takes a hold of your heart and squeezes.  These are characters that will live on in my heart for a good long while.  I sure hope to see more of these deep and interesting characters.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2017-09-14 03:23
Completely (New York, #3) - Ruthie Knox Completely (New York, #3) - Ruthie Knox

Wow was this story emotional!  I just could not put it down.  In book 2 of the New York series, Madly, we met Rosemary Chamberlain, mom to Beatrice and ex-wife to Winston.  Now Rosemary is back for her own story.

After Rosemary divorced Winston so she could "find" herself again, she joined a group of other British women to climb the Seven Summits - the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.  The first one she was tackling was Everest.  While on Everest, an avalanche hits and Rosemary is rescued by one of the guides, Kalden Beckett....who happens to be very handsome and the son of the most famous female climber, Yangchen Beckett.  After the emotional rescue, Rosemary ends up spending the night with Kal and is thrown for a loop.  Rosemary has never felt such a strong connection to someone before.  The two of them travel together to New York from Nepal and start to quickly have feelings for each other.  Rosemary is conflicted between wanting to be with Kal and wanting to find herself.  Just when Rosemary thinks she has her life figured out, everything changes.

Rosemary was a determined character.  She knew what she wanted, but didn't truly understand what that really was.  Kal didn't really know what he wanted, but because of things from his past, he tended to just ignore everything.  Together they both were able to finally figure out what they each really wanted.  I loved how Kal was younger than Rosemary...it added a little something to the story.  I also really enjoyed the path these two went on to get to their happy ending, but boy was it really emotional!  If you cry easy, have tissues close at hand toward the end of the book!  Overall, this was a great, emotional read!

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review 2017-09-13 22:10
Historical fiction for those interested in the history of New York, women’s history during WWII, and followers of Egan’s career.
Manhattan Beach: A Novel - Jennifer Egan

Thanks to NetGalley and to Scribner for providing me with an ARC copy of this book (due for publication in October) that I freely chose to review.

I read Egan’s A Visit from the Goon Squad a few years back and I was fascinated by its language, the stories, the way the story was told, and its inventiveness. When I saw Egan’s new book on offer at NetGalley I couldn’t resist. I have not read any of Egan’s other novels, but this one is very different from A Visit. For starters, this is a historical fiction novel. Both from the content of the novel and from the author’s acknowledgements at the end, we get a clear sense of how much research has gone into it. The novel covers a period around World War II, in New York and the surrounding area, and focuses on three stories that are interconnected, and are also connected to seafaring, the seafront, New York, and to the war era. The story goes backwards and forwards at times, sometimes through the memories of the characters, and sometimes within the same chapter, we get to see how that particular character got to that point. Although the story is narrated in the third person, we are firmly inside the character’s heads, and we can be at sea one minute, and the next at home remembering one gesture, a smile…

Anna Kerrigan is the strongest character and the one we spend more time with. We follow her story and know of her circumstances: a severely disabled sister, a father who disappears, and a mother who decides to go back to her family. Anna is a young woman, independent and determined to live her own life. She has never made peace with her father’s disappearance and remembers a strange encounter, when she accompanied her father as a child, with a man later revealed to be a gangster. Anna’s story was the one I was most interested in. Partly, because she was the character we got to know in more detail, partly because of her eagerness and determination, as she decides to become a diver and does not give up until she achieves her goal (at a time when being a woman severely limited one’s options, even during the war, when there were a few more openings, as she was already working at the Navy Yard). Her relationship with her sister, her training to become a diver (and you feel as if you were with her inside the incredibly heavy suit), and her obsession with finding out what happened to her father make her somebody to root for, although I found it difficult to engage at an emotional level with the character (it was as if she was contemplating herself at a distance and always analysing what she was doing, except for some brief moments when we get a sense of what she is feeling).

Dexter Styles is a strange character: he married a woman of the upper-class, and he has a good relationship with her father and her family, but by that point he was already involved in some shady deals and the underbelly of New York clubs and gambling joints, and he is smart, elegant, classy, but also ruthless and a gangster. I’ve read in a number of reviews that there are better books about New York gangsters of the period, and although I don’t recall having read any, I suspect that is true. I found the background of the character interesting, and his thoughts about the links between banking, politics, legal business, and illegal enterprises illuminating, but I am not sure I would say I completely got to know the character and did not feel particularly attached to it. (His relationship with Anna is a strange one. Perhaps it feels as if it was fate at work, but although I could understand to a certain extent Anna’s curiosity and attraction, Styles did not appear to be a man who’d risk everything for a fling. And yet…).

Eddie, Anna’s father, makes a surprise appearance later in the book and we get to learn something that by that point we have suspected for a while. From the reviews I’ve read, I’m probably one of the only people who enjoyed Eddie’s story, well, some parts of it. I love Melville (and the book opens with one of his quotes) and when Eddie is at sea, in the Merchant Navy, and his ship sinks, there were moments that I found truly engaging and touching. He is not a sympathetic character overall, as he takes a terribly selfish decision at one point in the book, but seems to redeem himself (or is at least trying) by the end.

This is a long book, but despite that, I felt the end was a bit rushed. We discover things that had been hidden for most of the book, several characters make life-changing decisions in quick succession, and I was not totally convinced that the decisions fitted the psychological makeup of the characters or the rest of the story, although it is a satisfying ending in many ways.

The novel’s rhythm is slow, although as I mentioned above, it seems to speed up at the end. There are jumps forward and backwards in time, that I did not find particularly difficult to follow, but it does require a degree of alertness. There are fascinating secondary characters (Nell, the bosun…), and the writing is beautifully descriptive and can make us share in the experiences of the characters at times, but I also felt it didn’t invite a full emotional engagement with them. I was not a hundred per cent sure that the separate stories interconnected seamlessly enough or fitted in together, and I suspect different readers will like some of the characters more than others, although none are totally blameless or sympathetic. An interesting book for those who love historical fiction of that period, especially those who enjoy women’s history, and I’d also recommend it to those who love seafaring adventures and/or are curious about Egan’s career. 

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