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Vet for a Day
"Step into the shoes of a vet for a day, and try to diagnose the different canine patients. Try to have fun, and perhaps learn something new!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Your first patient is a standard poodle who is itching constantly and causing his skin to become inflamed and sore. You should diagnose him with having
A Broken Leg
This dog is showing all the classic symptoms of lungworm. He is most likely to have been snacking on _________ .
This dog has a sebaceous cyst on her belly. You advise the owner to __________ .
bathe it in boiling water
leave it alone
Your last patient before lunch has a yellowish tinge to her skin and the whites of her eyes. You suspect _______ .
a broken leg
During lunch a call comes in to say a dog is suffering from theobromine poisoning and is very ill. You think the owner has been using _____ , instead of dog treats, to reward his dog.
Another case of poisoning comes in. This time the dog has accidently eaten some rat poison, and needs needs to get it out of his system before the strychnine kicks in. You decide to make the dog vomit by ___________ .
swinging him upside down
pouring mustard down his throat
feeding him more poison
giving him an electric shock
This dog has inflamed, bleeding gums. It is most likely he has ___________ .
The owner is worried about her dog twitching whilst asleep. You tell her to _________ .
gve him a headache pill
not worry; it's normal
keep him awake
give him prescribed antibiotics.
This dog, an Irish Setter, has P.R.A. (Progressive Retinal Atrophy), which affects the _______ .
This patient is 13 years old and is just coming in for a check up. Which of these health problems is NOT associated with old age?
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Compiled Oct 27 13