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

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Tis' The Season

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   September 16, 2015 13:48

Preg checking has begun!  Book early!

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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.

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Behind The Scenes at Corman Park Veterinary Services

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 9, 2015 06:57

Chantelle, one of our work ed students sorting through 120 fecal samples for Johnnes dz herd test!

Image credit and copyright Dr. Domoslai

Age Limit On Castrating Bull

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 7, 2015 08:51

Q:  Is There an age limit on castrating a bull

A:  Thanks for the question. 

There is no age limit on castrating a bull, however the younger the better. 

Castration is not recommended after 1.5 years of age. -Dr. D.

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Cows Are Tricky

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   September 13, 2013 10:33

Preg checked yesterday and calved today

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Pregsure

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   November 12, 2011 08:08

Q:  Dr. Domoslai, Below is a link to an article re 'Pregsure' - similar to some of the drugs in the the Pfizer Gold program that we use. Hope the MLV eliminates this problem. Have you had any cases like this? 
A:  Thanks for the question Peggy.  I looked at all the North American data on MLV vaccines and any cases that might look like those bleeding calves from Pregsure vaccinated cows and could find nothing like that.  I think that Pfizer has been pretty up front with there product lines and would let us know if there was any risk or if similar cases have been seen in North America.  Sounds like an interesting distressing disease and to think that the producers who are trying to protect there cattle and do the right thing inadvertently cause the condition.  Take care. Dr. Domoslai DVS
http://www.producer.com/livestock/article.aspx?aid=41494

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