July 2, 2015


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The operating theatre

The holding cages.
Next? Cats wait to be fixed.
Anseeuw works with animals in the clinic.
Dr. Erika Anseeuw examines an x-ray of a cat with a fractured leg.
Anseeuw does an initial check on a dog that came to the clinic.
Preparing for a check on the tear ducts on an older dog in the adoption program.
A dog's eyes are illuminated by ultraviolet light. The vet administers special eye drops that can illuminate eye problems.
Checking eyesight on an older dog by setting up an obstacle course to see if she bumps into things.
A cat awaits a medical procedure in the holding cages.
A cat awaits a surgery.
The vet sews up after a cat spaying procedure.
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs holds extracted ovaries of a cat that are going to be sent away to the USA for research.
Blood samples testing for various disorders.
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs, right, prepares to send off the ovaries of a cat wish a rare disorder. They are working with a research project in the United States.
The busy OR of the vet hospital. A list on the wall keeps task in order.
Animal Health Technician Crystal Pariseau and vet student Sarah Wilson try to get a blood sample for tests.
Preparations for surgery.
Vicki Farmer adjusts gas levels before the procedure.
A cat is encouraged to wake up after an operation in the arms of veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs.
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs comforts a dog in the animal hospital.
The holding cages. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Next? Cats wait to be fixed. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Anseeuw works with animals in the clinic. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Dr. Erika Anseeuw examines an x-ray of a cat with a fractured leg. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Anseeuw does an initial check on a dog that came to the clinic. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Preparing for a check on the tear ducts on an older dog in the adoption program. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
A dog's eyes are illuminated by ultraviolet light. The vet administers special eye drops that can illuminate eye problems. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Checking eyesight on an older dog by setting up an obstacle course to see if she bumps into things. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
A cat awaits a medical procedure in the holding cages. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
A cat awaits a surgery. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
The vet sews up after a cat spaying procedure. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs holds extracted ovaries of a cat that are going to be sent away to the USA for research. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Blood samples testing for various disorders. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs, right, prepares to send off the ovaries of a cat wish a rare disorder. They are working with a research project in the United States. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
The busy OR of the vet hospital. A list on the wall keeps task in order. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
- Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Animal Health Technician Crystal Pariseau and vet student Sarah Wilson try to get a blood sample for tests. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Preparations for surgery. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Vicki Farmer adjusts gas levels before the procedure. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
A cat is encouraged to wake up after an operation in the arms of veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
- Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press
Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs comforts a dog in the animal hospital. - Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press

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