:::::: donkey with hoof abnormalities July 2012 :::::: horse with joint inflammation during July 2012 :::::: horse with wounds during July 2012 ::::::  donkey with wound during June 2012 :::::: horse with colic during June 2012 :::::: horse with hoof abnormalities during June 2012

 

donkey with wound

Readers: 1998

STORY FORM

 

Date

 

June  2012

 

Country

Syria

Location

Refuge name or

mobile clinic location

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine / stables

Photos or video

Photos

 

ANIMAL

Donkey/ horse/ mule/ camel

 

Donkey  

Animal age and name (if has one)

7 years, called Jammouleh ( means pretty in English).

Male/ female

 

female

Work of animal (what does it do on a daily basis)

 

Used in faculty as animal for teaching  the students the methods of treatment, surgery, and anesthetization.

Work hours (how long does it work for every day)

 

 

Working conditions (what is the environment like that it works in)

 

 

OWNER

Owner’s name

 

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Family details (e.g. do they have wife/ children?)

 

 

Area owner lives

 

 

How did owner get animal to SPANA?

 

 

Owner quote- what did they say about SPANA? What did they say about importance of animal?

 

 

How long has owner worked with animals? 

 

These are all of the questions for the owner- you can complete the rest of the form without them.

INJURY/ ILLNESS

Injury/ illness

 

wound

Injury/ illness signs

 

Laceration in the skin and the tissues, losing of hair, and redness in the place.

Injury/ illness cause

 

 

Collision the donkey  with sharp tool in the wall of the stable, which caused cutting of the skin and losing part of it.

 

 

Treatment description

 

The  dirt was removed and the hair was cut around the place of the wound. The wound was cleaned with the salty water, then it was touched with the solution of tincture of iodine. The donkey was given anti tetanus, the wound was sprayed with alamycine. Also, the animal was given 3 doses of antibiotics for 3 days, and 3 doses of vitamins for 3 days.

 

Recovery time

 

About 45 days

Advice given to animal owner by SPANA staff

 

 

To remove the sharp tools from the stable, to be careful for his animal during coming in and coming out of the stable. He was advised also, to care with his animal and continue the treatment until the recovery.

 

 

ANY OTHER INFORMATION

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Email story form details and images/ video to: Katie@spana.org.  Or post to SPANA Head Office.

 

By vet Lina Taftanazi


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