Did you know that there are five different types of white blood cells? They can be remembered with the mnemonic "Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas", though they are not in that order in this image. From left to right, this is a neutrophil, monocyte, basophil, lymphocyte, and eosinophil. The light pink dots around them are red blood cells.
Puppy announcement - Tap the pin for the most adorable pawtastic fur baby apparel! You'll love the dog clothes and cat clothes! <3
What Does My Horse's Blood Test Mean?
Reading a blood test can be confusing. Here's a helpful infographic developed by TheHorse.com that describes a typical blood test and what it’s results might mean for your horse. #horsehealth #infographic
Canine Rehab & Arthritis Center got their first patient into the new underwater treadmill today! 'Sulley' had a TPLO with CCO about a month ago. The rehabilitation therapy is helping her get back to full activity....but we think she'll really miss this cool underwater treadmill once therapy is completed.#dogs#pets#animals#veterinary#rehab
During National Veterinary Technician Week (NVTW) October 13-19, 2013, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reminds everyone how important veterinary technicians are to the veterinary health care team. #veterinary#dogs#pets#animals
2012 20th Anniversary Open House - Demo Surgery Prepped at Everett Veterinary Hospital and Boarding House, Klamath Falls, OR -- http://www.everettveterinary.com/community
Have you taken puppy growth photos of your dog? We'd love to see them! #dogs #doglovers #puppies
UCD Vet School Final Year Video - Submitted by Fiona Hey guys! Loved your video :) Made me smile all the way through, and it reminded me of my own class. I love to see vet students having fun! Best of luck to all of you
Staff from Animal Planet Australia and our veterinary team perform stingray physicals on a routine basis to monitor health
Many a veterinarian or vet tech have heard someone say, "You guys are just in it for the money!" It's time for veterinary professionals to clear up that nasty rumor: http://www.snoutschool.com/social-media-vs-veterinarians-just-want-money-epidemic/