This section of the site allows you to write to our D.E.L.T.A. Rescue veterinarian, Dr. Gaylord Brown, with your questions regarding animal health.
In this video you will be introduced to Dr. Gaylord Brown along with questions about: Dog breathing heavy, How much exercise is good for your pet, Running with a puppy, Barking dog, My dog has fleas, Grooming tips, Dogs bad breath, Dog pulling hair out, Multi vitamins for dogs, Cat scratching, Dog nail clipping tips, Dog likes to chew human hair, Treats for good teeth, Elderly pet that shakes a lot, Vacinations for puppies, Why should I fix my dog.
Disclaimer: By posting to and reading the ASK THE VET section on the D.E.L.T.A.Rescue website, you must agree and understand our terms, which are as follows: our veterinarians will give advice on the general health, care, and well-being of your pet and will answer general questions about diseases and disorder that affect pets. However, a physical exam, laboratory work and a complete history taken on your pet by your veterinarian is ALWAYS needed to diagnose your pet. Advice received on this website is never to be used in place of hands-on veterinary care from your veterinarian. This is meant to share with you and your veterinarian what we do at Delta Rescue for our own animals.
ASK THE VET – CATEGORIES
Many issues have already been addressed and are categorized below. This may be a quick way for you to find answers.
Diet and Nutrition Questions related to your pet’s diet.
Heart & Respiration Questions related to you pet’s pulmonary and respiratory functions.
Kidney & Urinary Questions related to your pet’s urinary system.
Skin & Coat Common questions regarding your pet’s skin.
Tumors & Cancer Questions and concerns for animals struggling with cancer.
Vaccinations Questions regarding your pet’s vaccinations.
Miscellaneous Questions not related to any of the above topics
Dedication & Everlasting Love to Animals, also known as D.E.L.T.A. Rescue is the largest “No Kill, Care-for-Life,” Sanctuary of its kind in the world. Founded by Leo Grillo in 1979, D.E.L.T.A. Rescue incorporated as a non-profit animal rescue organization in 1982 and that same year became a tax-exempt 501 [c] 3 organization. The D.E.L.T.A. Rescue SuperSanctuary is home to more than 1500 animals that have all been abandoned in the wilderness.
Being the first care-for-life facility, D.E.L.T.A. Rescue does not adopt out its rescued animals to the public. “I’d rather not be a hero, adopting out our animals and STEALING homes away from animals in the pound – wonderful animals who will be killed only because they can’t find new homes”, says Leo Grillo.
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