The Vet

Once in a While, a person is born

To ease pain and Suffering , to heal what is torn

They do what they can and miracles grow

Vets are like little angels sent from above

To give animals care and a big dose of love

You can see in their eyes, the feelings they hold

For the “Dog in the window” to the “Sheep in the fold”

They talk and they touch, in a way we can’t see

To their animal patients and to all

They help all to know, how to deal with a pet

A very special person, that is known as 

“The VET”


The vet



Veterinary Surgeons performed a Cesarean section to save a Turtle

Cesarean section in a Turtle was performed by a team of veterinary Surgeons. Egg binding which is unfortunately a very common situation in reptiles and avian patients. Egg binding is a multi factorial disease that progress rapidly and might kill the bounded female.

The reason for going for cesarean section in this Turtle is for some reason the female is unable to pass an egg that has formed. If the egg is regular sized, drugs and manipulation may resolve the problem, but many times the female produce extra large eggs that won’t be able to pass. When a female can’t pass an egg and it gets stuck in the cloaca, is common in reptiles and birds.

In this Turtle the  X-ray radio graph shows  a very large, irregular shaped egg lodged in the distal oviduct. They cut the carapace with a skull opener, removed the eggs, and resealed the shell with epoxy resin. The turtle survived.

We are proud of  our Veterinary Surgeons and  appreciate them for the Great job done..

Please Watch the video of C- section performed by Veterinary Surgeons…

The below image is an another case of Turtle – cesarean section performed in China where 14 eggs were removed.

Cesarean section


104 Veterinary Asst Surgeon (VAS) Post Notification by Chhattisgarh PSC Recruitment 2015 – Last Date: 12.11.2015


Chhattisgarh PSC Recruitment 2015 – Notification

Name of the Post          : Veterinary Assist Surgeon
Number of Vacancies : 104
Pay Scale                         : Rs.15600-39100/-
Grade Pay                       : Rs. 5400/-
Mode of Application   : Online
Last Date to Apply       : 12.11.2015

Educational Qualification :
Candidates should possess Graduate (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) in Veterinary Science from any recognized University/ college/institute described in the list I & II of the Indian Veterinary Council Act 1984 (52 of 1984) and Registered Veterinary Practitioner with Indian Veterinary Council.

Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : 21 to 35 years As on 01.01.2015

Selection Process : Selection based on their performance in Online Competitive Examination & interview.

Application Fee : Candidates have to pay the application fee of Rs.300/- for SC/ ST/ OBC category of Chhattisgarh through Credit/ Debit card/ Internet Banking OR Challan.

How to Apply : Interested Candidates may apply online through CGPSC website from 14.10.2015 to 12.11.2015.

Important Dates:

Starting Date for Submission of Online Applications : 14.10.2015
Last Date for Submission Online Applications              : 12.11.2015
For more information and Official Notification Please visit the Official Website..

Full Notification Link :

Highest Milk yielding Cow in the World (100Litre/day)

Highest yielding cow

A Cow  which doesn’t even have a name but it just having a ear tag number “4307” produces about 100 liters of Milk per day . the cow has been maintained in Al Ain Dairy which is  one of the largest dairy farms in the Middle East, has about 6,000 high yielding cows.

According to Al Ain Dairy officials, it is the most productive cow in the company, which can give about 100 liters of milk per day,  The cow is being  milched three times a day. This cow, number 4307 is being called as “Super Cow” informally.  The nine-year-old has already produced more than one million litres of milk so far — 1,040,000 to be precise,” “This super cow could be the most productive cow in the Minnddle East. It was born at Al Ain Dairy. We are proud of her. She is exceptional. We have about 6,000 cows in our farm,” The cow was initially producing milk like any other cow, but after a few years it started increasing the production. It is a black and white Holstein from Netherlands, says Kingston Fernandez, marketing Manager, Al Ain Dairy.