The Dog Doctors Youth Outreach Program
Animal Doc | A Site just for kids!
Please ask your parent or another adult to look at these pages with you.
« Canines & Felines (Dogs & Cats)
- Dog Behavior: Why do they act like that?
- How do dogs get worms?
- The Case of the "Country Cats"
- Should I spay or neuter my pet?
« Exotic Animals (Exotic Pets, Wildlife & Zoo Life)
« Poultry (Chickens, Ducks, Quail, Turkeys, etc.)
« Ruminants (Cows, Goats, Llamas, Sheep, etc.)
- Beef Cattle Body Condition Scoring
- Fun Facts About Sheep
- What's so great about goats?
- Meet Highlander the Llama
« Equine (Horses, Donkeys, etc.)
Animal Doc was originally developed by Dr. Mac Smith for the Large Animal Medicine Department at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Funding was provided by a grant to Drs. Jim Moore and Mac Smith: "Awards in Research, Service and Teaching: Development of a web-based outreach program for middle school children" 1999-2001.
Dr. Smith is now working with The Glass Horse Project.
- dog behavior — Nancy Gerstenfels, MS
- worms — Dr. Susan Little
- spay and neuter — Dr. Karen Cornell
- country cats — Dr. Coretta Patterson
- exotics — Dr. G. Heather Wilson
- poultry — Dr. Jean Sander
- cattle — Dr. James (Jim) Brett
- sheep and goats — Dr. Lisa Williamson
- llama — Drs. Tracie Daniels and Julie Ekedahl
- horse surgery — Drs. Doug Allen, Randy Eggleston, Bill Hay, Jim Moore, Eric Mueller, Andy Parks, Bill Rhoads, and Cynthia Trim
- Paco — Dr. Randy Eggleston
Animal Doc was originally adapted for use on The Dog Doctors website by Timalynn M. Matthews and Lois Klesa Morrison.
Last Updated April 10, 2007
The content and opinions expressed on this Web page do not reflect the views of nor are they endorsed by the administration of the University of Georgia or the University System of Georgia.
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College of Veterinary Medicine
The University of Georgia
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Note: Treatment of animals should only be performed by a licensed veterinarian. Veterinarians should consult the current literature and current pharmacological formularies before initiating any treatment protocol.