Fatou had her baby! Isa is 1 month now, both are healthy and happy.
Captain always wanted his freedom back, was scratching the gate, trying to get out! Nobody came forward to home him in The Gambia. Time to go back to where his heart is! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
"Captain" is the living proof, one leg down, one eye missing: No prob! Now he only needs a home! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
We were not sure if it was the right decision to keep him with us and not put him down. His fractures of the pelvis and right femur, most likely caused by a car accident, seemed too severe. But Sur...
Micha was hoping that the Mangoworms would show some support and leave The Gambia simultaneously with him... It seems he was wrong! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
He returned to the area where he lives after the 2nd chemo. Fatou brought him back for the follow up. www.vetclinicgambia.com/ www.patreon.com/vetclinicgambia
9! Nine kitten... NINE! Looking for a home! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
A very warm welcome! And noisy! And hungry... www.vetclinicgambia.com/ www.patreon.com/vetclinicgambia
Thank you for taking over, Florian!
"Chance" His very first video in 2012 caused some trouble... my YT account was barred! He came a long way without a neck! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
A happy, smelly boy! (Now even less smelly...) He can lead a normal life, that's the most important thing. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Small tumor but the dog doesn't seem to be bothered too much! The owners of course kicked him out because he didn't please their eyes and nose anymore... He received his first dose of Vin...
I am leaving The Gambia on the 16th July. I guess this was the last time I saw "Micky"... www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Food, food, food! Bella, me, happy! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Mangoworms... but why so many in one ear? Once again: Please don't wash your dogs in the sea! They will never trust you again. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Owned dogs... :-( 5 out of 11!!! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Healthy, happy and a handful! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Many fleas. WAY TOO MANY FLEAS!!!!!! AAAAAAAAHRGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Bella, happy. And hungry! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Happy doggies! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
It's kind of fascinating how neglected owned dogs become in The Gambia. Regulary. It's obviously a fashion here: Buy a dog, throw it some food from time to time and forget about it other...
Karla took her for home a trial with her dogs and it seems to work out! A happy day! I can't wait to see her again for a check up. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
I think her distal Ulna growth plate suffered a Salter-Harris-Type V damage. radiopaedia.org/articles/salter-harris-classification Worst prognosis... :-( www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Operation "no babies" went well! Hair is there! Could become a bit more though... ;-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
She is a real beauty! With a real big problem... I doubt that the front leg can be kept functional on the long run. For sure not by me. This would be an interesting and challenging case for any ort...
Monkey lost, I wonder if it was a Baboon, other red monkeys in The Gambia are too small to inflict such damage to a 30kg dog. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
A nice surprise guest! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphodromantis_viridis www.vetclinicgambia.com/
We were alerted of this dog, living on the fishing site of Tanji. She seems to be a young female. (100% sure about the female...) We found 2 types of parasites in her skin that cause Mange: Demodex...
Unfortunately a very sick cat... Not much that we could do for this old boy. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
9 dogs from Gunjur, a long day for us to fix them all. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
From time to time we have to have some good news on this little YT channel...: William goes Germany! He will lead the life of a spoiled, European brat. ;-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Looks like a happy end for our old boy! But keep your fingers crossed... www.vetclinicgambia.com/
A loved and cared for dog in The Gambia, for a change. Luckily the bone was not stuck badly. But it's the 2nd time this happened to Juny. Maybe he is not the smartest... ;-) www.vetclinicgambi...
"Jatta" and "Flea" got rid of all their parasites by now, internal and external. They enjoy very much going for a walk with Isatou. Why on earth would you want to put down these...
A lot of people always suggest that I should find homes for many of the TNR cases. For you guys: This is how owned dogs in The Gambia look like. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
She was 2 days with us, the OP site on the Orbita looks a bit rough but is not painful, not infected. She will be fine, back home. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
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TNR in The Gambia: Full of surprises, once again! The Eye-OP for this girl was rather tricky and way too bloody for YT... But she survived it so far and will stay in the clinic for some days to hea...
...as long as you have ears...! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Tina found her in a ditch by the side of her road with 1 puppy. How did she get there? Why is she so well fed? Who had the crap idea to remove 5cm of one Uterus horn??? Many questions - no answers...
"Brownie" and "Scooby", much better! Pa Samba must have realized that "Whiskey" and "Whiskey" was a bit awkward even for Gambian standards. www.vetclinicgamb...
Mama is called "Lucky", of course... But I think the quiz will be too difficult as a non-gambian will never think of "naming" the sibling of "Whiskey" like this. ;-) B...
Fatou found her on the streets of The Gambia, not far from the clinic. We spayed her as part of our TNR program but she could not be returned to the streets with this massive CTVT in the vagina and...
Fatou and Mariama did a great job today, 4 female dogs brought in from Brufut plus 1 male puppy from a beach bar in Ghanatown. The tumor on one girl was luckily benign and easier to operate on than...
Crazy, all crazy in The Gambia. The ones with sense are a minority, sadly. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Two beautiful puppies were mutilated and are now neglected by the very same person who cut off their ears. No hope for this country. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Nature is the greatest healer. She will be alright but it takes times. The thread must have cut through the skin and even damaged the Periosteum of the bones in the forearm. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Old equipment, regular breakdowns... At least the old cars, our van is from 2002, can usually be fixed for small money in The Gambia. Till the next breakdown! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Nasty wounds on the hind legs. But she has a chance to heal! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
We are not running out of sad stories in The Gambia... www.vetclinicgambia.com/
2 weeks with us, time to improve! Tetanus got beaten this time, not only me. :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Yes, we do have sheep at the clinic at times! This one is quite a beauty, but with a nasty horn. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
"Tyson" outsmarted us, big time. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Tetanus in a cat, quite uncommon! Luckily he is not completely stiff. Eating and drinking is not affected. He should be alright within the next 2 weeks. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Hopefully not too skinny for too long! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Thank you, Vic and Yvonne for caring for him. I hope it works out on Christmas eve when he meets "Mikey" for the first time! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Nasty guys, if you ask me. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentastomida But: The cat will lead a normal life with them in her belly! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
He was 12kg when he came to us, lost a few grams when I neutered him. Now he puts on weight seriously! Happy and nearly healthy. :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Neglect in it's classical appearance in The Gambia. A 7 month old Yorkie-Mix that never saw a brush. It took us 45 minutes to shave off all the entangled fur. Then we could start to remove the...
Antibiotics, antibiotics, antibiotics... But: No progress! Time to re-think. :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
The continent without limits! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Fatou got married. :-) We are happy for her! (and a bit scared about what might happen next...) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
His progress is slow, but steady! He can't bark yet, interestingly. Pepper is his buddy, takes care of his personal hygiene. :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
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Can this be from the ticks? Amblyomma variegatum are bad and dig themselves in deep but I never saw anything like this before. "Brian" is staying with us at the clinic for now. Cross your...
Bingo has a home!!! :-) This is how we found her in September: frplayer.info/show/STBMM3dLMWp6c2M.html www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Too many! And I even forgot to show the 2 kittens that need a home, too! But we will manage to keep and rehome all of them, somehow. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Beautiful flowers, women and bugs in The Gambia! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
All my ranting seems to have worked out. Junior came on time for his check up, looking good. A few dead Ticks on him, Nexgard works for now. Next check up: End of November!
I think if you can do a little dance when being happy: Everything is alright!
Fatou and I can't do anything but talk to these people... Will they start to care for Junior? I doubt it. Hope dies last. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
I did not get a proper reply from the owner yet if he is willing to let go of Junior. At least our big boy is feeling better today! And he still has a kind of big tongue! ;-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Rehoming is the way forward for this dog. :-( I hope the owners agrees. If not: Junior will need some Nexgard and the owner a new brain. www.gofundme.com/nexgard-for-vet-clinic-gambia www.patreon.c...
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Improvements! Small, tiny, very slow. But she is getting there. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Happy Tanka, happy owner, happy Vet! Mangoworms not so happy anymore as we removed them... He has come a long way since May, here is his first video: frplayer.info/show/bENYeldEenh5VDg.html www.ve...
"Chance" is the perfect role model for the attitude of Gambian dogs: Never give up! Here is his collection of videos: frplayer.info/listPLDh4soVr3B0dRuwUnRL9CoFUt90Y3gsGC.html www.vetclin...
Pus in the womb: She is suffering from a Pyometra. An open form, the pus had partly leaked out from the vagina. But rather complicated, a lot of adhesions from the omentum, she must have suffered ...
I guess it's too easy... :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
There is hope for "Bingo". Now it's crucial that she regains some control over her bladder. The next 1-2 weeks will tell. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
TNR, successful but saddening this time. 4 happy dogs neutered/spayed, vaccinated and dewormed. 1 dog that was suffering too long already... Being eaten alive by Lice! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Dogs, dogs, dogs. This batch came from Lamin, 30 minutes by car from the clinic. Mariama did a good job with grandma's ear! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
A well cared for dog in The Gambia! Might be an idea to give him a bit more indoor time though... www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Nothing better than playing with water on a hot day in The Gambia! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Team Marisca and Fatou: 4 female dogs brought in today! With ears, without ears... All spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and tattooed today! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
This is a happy day!!! :-) Thank you, Norma! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
I must admit that I am fascinated by the parasites in The Gambia! So many Fleas in this case, on one spot! Why did they all decide to start sucking blood there? Nice ambiance? Good view from the ea...
It took some time, but: We got there! :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
These girls are starring our show regularly! Here's their last appearance: frplayer.info/show/ZGFhUDlVRWlrQ0U.html The care doesn't seem to improve a bit... :-( All futile, in this countr...
TNR, TNR, TNR... And sometimes you come across weird things! This one was a CTVT! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canine_transmissible_venereal_tumor A big thank you to Helen for joining the TNR team! www.ve...
Thank you, Zacharias and family! I think "Tanka" hit the jackpot. :-) www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Fatou found her living happily in Banjulinding, 10km from us. The tumor does not seem to bother her much! She was spayed on arrival and will receive a chemotherapy with Vincristine on day 5 and da...
Chance is living with us now for 2,5 years. He is not the luckiest dog alive, and not the easiest going either... But this accident at least made him stop from running out of the compound! For all ...
He will keep his leg. No contact with the owner for more than 2 weeks now... I guess he is up for adoption! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Hygromas usually occur at the elbow, but can be in any location where bone is lying close to the skin. If they get infected, they cause problems... www.vetclinicgambia.com/
I'm still hopeful that "TankaTanka" will keep his leg. Time will tell. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
TNR, TNR, TNR... Sona leaves us for 3 months, Rambo is back after a bit more than 3 months! www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Full of surprises, this job in this country... Unfortunately the surprises are hardly ever positive. www.vetclinicgambia.com/
Here's his first appearance with us: frplayer.info/show/enYzYnFUTnpjckE.html Fatou went to check on him and, surprise, surprise: He is still with us! www.vetclinicgambia.com/