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Veterinarian treat cows for fatigue

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Jarod, Apr 18, 2013.

  1. Jarod

    Jarod Senior Member

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    Hi everybody,

    Dr Pol is a veteranarian that has a reality TV program in Michigan where he is filmed working on various animals.

    One episode caught my attention the other day on TV. He had a cow that could not stand up from fatigue due to lack of calcium and phosphorus after being used for milking.

    Kind of interesting.


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    Wow, they're even treating the cows better than us. How did he know to give calcium/phosophorous, and not just that the heffer needed some CBT?
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    Cognitive Bovine Therapy? ;)
  4. Jarod

    Jarod Senior Member

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    They didn't say, but it seemed like standard procedure. The cow was so weak it couldn't stand up.

    On another note....Haven't see Dr Pol prescribe anti-depressants or CBT yet!
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