September 18, 2015 09:43
Daisy found an old well!
Abandoned well, dangerous. Be safe, be proactive, fill wells and holes
Check out our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Corman-Park-Veterinary-Services-230576870304991/timeline/?ref=hl for the video of Daisy's rescue, thanks to Brad's Towing and Dr. J. as well as everyone else on scene. -Dr. D.
January 7, 2015 07:37
A series of pictures following this colt from beginning to end of his hernia surgery.
Colt is sedated.
Roy and Ashley getting ready
Finding the spot to incise
The hernia is repaired, closing the incision.
All done, the hernia is repaired and closed!
Image credit and copyright Dr. Domoslai Corman Park Veterinary Services
September 10, 2013 19:54
This horse sustained a simple cut in pasture.
It is now quite sore and festering.
Treatment includes bandaging, lot of hydro and is on meds.
Photo Credit: Dr. Domoslai
April 13, 2013 09:10
Photo credits Dr. H. Domoslai DVM
This gelding caught himself in the fence, the result was a large laceration to his face.
February 19, 2013 12:34
This summer 25 year old gelding competing
Gelding was kicked in the sheath area, then prolapsed resulting in a frost damaged penis
Gelding now recovering in Corman Park Vet Clinic.
September 24, 2012 06:15
Friday night, September 21, 2012 a 20 year horse in the Pike Lake area was chased by dogs, where in a complete lather it ploughed down an embankment and smashed its shoulder. When the owner arrived the friendly acreage dogs were taking turns biting the down horse. When I got there the horse was in severe distress. The horse was euthanized and police called to lay charges against the owners of the dogs.
February 16, 2012 19:32
The following interesting case was a one month old foal who developed a baseball size painful swelling in his neck.
The swelling never reduced after treatments with antibiotics and antiinflamatories so we surgically removed it and found a deep seated bursitis extending from his vertebral process.
He is doing well now.
March 1 2012 I am very pleased with this foal's progress after the surgery, no mobility loss, minimal scars.
See photos below
Photo credit Dr. Domoslai