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Corman Park Veterinary Services
5 miles West of Saskatoon, sk
on Highway 14 at Saskatoon Livestock Sales

Full facilities for the management of equine health issues.

Dr. Harvey Domoslai, DVM
Phone: (306) 384-7676
Emergencies: (306) 227-8331

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Interesting Cases

A Loonie sized stone was removed from this geldings urethra at the end of his penis.

Interesting Cases
Horse Owner Today

Cap Removal

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   August 24, 2015 15:05

 

 

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The Lost is Found

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   August 21, 2015 07:15

Happy reunion!

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The Rescue Ambulance

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   August 20, 2015 07:04

CPVS donor door on "The Rescue Ambulance", "We All Need a Rescue - K9 Rescue".

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Dogs

Recent Upturn in Parvo Cases

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   August 17, 2015 14:17

Steph, our vet tech, talks about parvo.

https://youtu.be/skDnFDP8RJY

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Dogs

Barb Wire

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   August 13, 2015 07:41

This youngster had a run in with a barb wire fence.

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Large Animal Vet

Cougar Takes Cow Near Saskatchewan River

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 29, 2015 10:08

A cougar took down a 1400 lb cow in the middle of a stubble field close to the Saskatchewan River, approximately 50 miles from Saskatoon.  

The cat ate at the kill site. 
The cougar then removed the skin from neck and shoulder with surgical precision, no tears.
The cougar then fed, eating approximately 40 pounds of meat from the neck and shoulder. No others eat while the cougar is feeding.

Photo credit Dr. Domoslai

Note the differences between cats and scavenger feeding patterns.   Cougars eat meat.  Scavengers eat the anus/intestines first.
As a comparison see the moose carcass, the intestines and anus are consumed first by scavengers.

Photo credit Dr. Domoslai

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Near Fatality Via Accidental Injection

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 28, 2015 11:36

image credit:  Micotil

Micotil is a drug used to treat pneumonia in calves and lambs. 

While it is very effective, it is also lethal to humans in small doses! 

Recently a producer accidentally injected 5.5 cc of micotil into his wrist.  He was taken by ambulance to ICU where he was treated with supportive care for several days.

The learning point here is to always inject micotil using a one handed injection technique.  Know the potential problems and #besafe.

Great news - The injured producer will be discharged very soon.  The doctors involved with his case are putting together a paper on the circumstances and presenting it this summer in a San Francisco toxicology seminar.

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Drug Reactions

Midnight C-Section

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 17, 2015 08:49

Midnight c-section on January 9 2015

Goat is prepped for c-section

C-section completed, one kid alive and one was dead.

All images copyright Dr. Domoslai

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Herd Health Check

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 17, 2015 08:35

Future milk cows in the barn for health check.

Image copyright of Dr. Domoslai

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cattle

Recent Russian Immigrant Gavr

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 16, 2015 18:50

Recent Russian immigrant Gavr, and his Russian immigrant registration papers.

All images copyright Dr. Domoslai

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Dogs