Don R. Waldron, DVM, DACVS
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates this technique, which may be indicated in patients with life-threatening upper airway obstruction, trauma, neoplasia, or functional abnormality and in many other situations.
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates this procedure, which is most often indicated in small animals for gastric foreign body removal or to obtain biopsy samples.
See how Dr. Don Waldron performs this procedure indicated for treating salivary mucoceles and, rarely, salivary gland neoplasia.
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates this procedure, which is indicated in veterinary patients that may be anorectic postoperatively or are otherwise anorectic.
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates his method of choice for this definitive treatment for dogs with GDV.
Male dogs suffering from recurrent urethral blockage due to urinary calculi may benefit from this procedure that permanently diverts urine flow.