Ehhez a helyes állatorvoshoz csak úgy tódulnak a beteg kedvencükért aggódó nők

Dr. Evan Antin valószínűleg tudja, hogy a nőket a helyes pasi-cuki állat kombináció mindennél jobban vonzza, mert a közösségi oldalakon rengetegen követik, ahogy különböző állatokkal pózol.

Dr. Evan Antin olyan népszerű, hogy Facebookon közel félmillió, Instagramon pedig több mint egy millió rajongója van. Sajnos, ha hozzá szeretnéd vinni a kis kedvencedet oltásra, akkor egészen Los Angelesig kellene repülnöd, mert Thousand Oaksban dolgozik egy állatorvosi rendelőben.

A doki Instagramját elnézve valószínűleg nem létezik olyan állat, amivel ne szelfizett volna már… És mindegyik jól áll neki. Még a madárpók is. ;-)

#WildlifeSurgery is def one of the coolest parts of being a vet. It’s just about the animals and getting them healthy again if possible and for the passion for the field of vetmed. This precious 4-5 month old opossum came to me with severe, irreversible right forelimb damage. I surgically amputated her arm and she was sent to live on her days at a wildlife educational facility. Please see the short video about her story on my YouTube channel (link in bio) and fall in love with her like I did 🤗❤️. FYI many times injured/orphaned/sick Willdife are not good candidates to be reintroduced back into the wild and much of those animals are either kept in captivity the rest of their lives or they’re humanely euthanized. To be brutally honest well over 50% of wildlife must be euthanized because they will not survive in the wild with the significant injuries or illness they suffer by the time we see them. I know that’s a depressing statistic but it’s the honest truth-we do what we can and often the best thing for these misfortunate animals is not to let them fend for themselves in the wild when they’re not acceptably equipped to do so. Remember, living as an animal in the wild is not rainbows & sunshine. Every day is a struggle and extremely stressful. Eat or be eaten. Fight to survive. Mother Nature is an absolute bitch sometimes and wild animals need every tool they have to make it another day and reproduce as best they can. Reproduction is what drives nature and evolution and wildife populations around the world….end soapbox. I hope you enjoy the video and I hope this post brings you a little reality on what it means to be a wild animal. Don’t get me started on how mankind has only made things more challenging for our beloved wildife-habitat destruction, pollution, poaching, etc, the Sixth extinction is coming…Ok I’m really done now, lol. Watch the video, subscribe to my YouTube if you like and have a great night ☺️ #wildife #nature #wildvet #vet #veterinary #opossum #marsupial #northamericasonlymarsupial #wild #lovemothernature #respecther #remembershecanberealmeantoo #natureismyhappyplace @conejovet

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A férfi Los Angeles közelében, Thousand Oaksban dolgozik, ha esetleg valakit érdekel.

What reptile is more #patriotic than a #rattlesnake !? Please respect these fine creatures and understand their true value in the ecosystems they inhabit and that’s especially by helping control small mammal populations. This is not only important for a balanced ecosystem & food chain but also helps reduce the spread of diseases including zoonotic diseases (= disease transmissible from animals to humans) and reduce damage to farm crops by small mammals. This Prairie rattlesnake was 4 feet long btw! I hope all my American compadres had a wonderful #4thofjuly 🎉🎆🎇✨🐍 #USA #independenceday #snake #humansareanimalstoo #patriot #merica #proudtobeanamerican #[email protected]

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Attempting to take a pic with an 84 lb (38 kg) #EnglishMastiff that can’t sit still is a bit of a joke 😅 However, this breed brings up a very important topic-What age to neuter!? There are several factors that go into making this decision for a giant breed but in general, I personally try to wait until they’re at least 1 year old. The reason is because as the intact (not neutered) dog matures their testosterone, which is produced primarily from the testes 🥜, is a major player for them to develop a well-muscled body. The thought process here is that having more muscle will better support the joints and reduce osteoarthritis (aka OA) as the dog ages. OA is almost inevitable in giant breed and even most large breed dogs btw; common joints affected include all major weight bearing joints like hips, knees (aka stifles), elbows, ankles (aka hocks), wrists (aka carpi), shoulders, and back (intervertebral) joints. Believe it or not but if the dog is a good candidate I might consider not neutering at all…this of course is assuming they don’t have access to intact females, are not dog or people aggressive, don’t try to escape the yard (usually in search for females), and overall behave as little gentlemen. But keep in mind that other male dogs (intact OR not) tend to be more aggressive towards intact male dogs because of the testosterone-related pheromones put out by an intact dog. That’s all just my opinion and if you have questions regarding your pet then I highly encourage you to consult with your local vet! Overall, neutering is extremely valuable and very important as a small animal vet 👨🏻‍⚕️ Best of luck and happy castrating 🙀😜 #mastiff #giant #dog #neuter #intact #vet #vetmed #veterinary #noneedforamateifyoucastrate #nocatcallsiftheresnoballs #dontbeafoolandleavethejewels #justmakeacutrightoverthenut #drseusswouldbeproud @conejovet

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I miss #Fiji ! And my bra @joey._.brown 😄I’m super proud of Joey for pursuing his dreams yet again and for this step of his journey that means helping protect the #criticallyendangered Fijian Crested Iguanas of Monuriki Island! There’s less than 100 individuals left in the wild here and his efforts make a difference 1 lizard at a time. Helping out was an incredible experience and field research is super fun! We’d find most of these beauties by climbing trees at night in this tropical dry forest and for each individual we’d take physical measurements (lengths and weights), implant a microchip and give them some love ❤️. I’ve got a fun video under way to show you guys what this kind of research is all about and how important it is to help sustain and grow this special iguana species. #iguana #lizard #herping #research #wildlife #conservation #livingthedream #iguanastayhereforever

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As a vet people often ask me about euthanasia and comment “how can/do you do it?” “Is it ethical?” “is it hard for you?” Humane euthanasia is one of the most sensitive aspects of being a veterinarian and it’s extremely emotional for all parties. There’s too much to say about it in the caption of a post so I made a YouTube video (link in my bio) describing why, when and how we euthanize pets. In short I will say I strongly believe in it and it is one of the most valuable tools we have as veterinarians. I apologize for today’s post being depressing but it’s very important to me and should be touched upon for anyone of you that has a pet. It chokes me up to even say this but this is part of having a pet. Give them the best life you can and accept that you’ll likely outlive them. FYI this pic is of my cat and he’s totally healthy and fine. I didn’t want to share someone else’s pet here or an actual euthanasia. Sending pets to heaven is a highly personal and spiritual affair. I hope you can watch this video and take away a new perspective on euthanasia, especially if this might be a new topic for you. @conejovet

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120 lbs, Some of you nailed it! The Galapagos tortoise from yesterday’s post was a handful but I’m used to picking up massive tortoises and reptiles 😬. Did you know the Galapagos tortoises can weigh over 600 lbs? Full grown Galap’s look like little VW Beetle with legs to me, lol. And FYI they can eat over 50 lbs of food in a day! That only leads me to consider how much 💩 they make everyday 😝. And they can live well over 100 years and probably over 200, that’s a lot of tortoise 💩💩💩. Btw, this pic is a #throwback from like 2011 @sandiegozoo when @joey._.brown used to work in the reptile department and always let me go BTS to feed and play with this monsters! #galapagos #tortoise #bts #reptile #sandiegozoo #juschillin #tortoisesmakegreatfriends #untilyoutrytoridethem #yeehaw🤠

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