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Video Interviews with Dr. Pam Wiltzius
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5 February 2011 - 5:27 pm
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The Tripawds video playlist below features interviews with Dr. Wiltzius (aka: tazziedog). As of this posting it includes these five videos:

  • Bone Cancer Diagnosis in Dogs
  • Common Canine Amputation Complications
  • Splenic Tumor Ultrasound Diagnosis
  • German Shepherd Skin Condition Check-up
  • Meet Three Legged English Mastiff Tazzie

Stay tuned to the Tripawds news blog for posts with more details from our visit. Many thanks to Pam for letting us take her time to share this information. Please start a new topic if you have any questions.

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very cool!

 

It is all good info.  I like that you can see the images on the ultrasound even though I didn't quite understand what I was looking at.  I am sorry for the puppy though!

 

Elizabeth and Sammy

Diagnosed with osteosarcoma in the right front leg 8/23/10,

leg fractured 8/27/10,

leg amputated 8/30/10

http://sammyand.....pawds.com/

 

I couldn't begin to say how special Sammy is to us.  Living and laughing with and loving this wonderful boy is priceless.


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I just wanted to post an update to let everyone know that Chaos the pitbull had his spleen removed later that week and he was one of the lucky ones because his tumor was a benign hematoma.  The surgery cured him!

Pam

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Oh that is GREAT news! We'll put an update in the News post too, thanks for letting us know. You ROCK Dr. Pam!

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That's fantastic news! 

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