2004 Companion Newsl. 1 (2004)

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New Radiology Suite Features MRI


Designed Just for Animals


A     n I Il A Tn nI l d.\I ic L n(cit r in B iston w ill e n
       hI   IomITI to Th in11 IRI in Ncw I.iiglaiid
       dcsigncd spccifically tor aniimals. Ihc NRI I, a
kcY component   if the new radiolog iic su i. whih is
expected to bC ciiomiplcted this summeur. Work on the
project began in Jantuar.
   IThe nw N1RI  is part it Angells ongoing nission to
be an animal hospital that proides state-of-the-art
Larc. said I.arry NI. I IiL1 X).. N., presidcnt of lic
Nli(  .A-Angell. It tomplecnts the high lcvel it spc-
cialty services we provide in the expert care of animals.
  I  he NRI is heing detclo ped by Advanced Vcterinar
  i nchniilogis Iic ., . ICidur in the dcsign, unginccrti
And  ianufacturc if Nagnctic RcsonanIcC iimagiing
.111I s stmls sicctpeic.ills for s tcrinary applicutiew
A\\  has delsiguld sinrilir tWchnology for the AiumnI
Nlclcal  ( Ctiicr in Manh.tan, NN  York I its. aind
  fraell Animial I lospital in Paramrnj  N.J. F:Te n\w
ridfiology suitc is ill allow  Angcll to  pro% iii  its clitII
i\b i 1RI   scriicus sN   (i1 JiA\s A iwck. *T hispitul ,
riti   his.i imobil N11RI inn that is availabl oiili
or t   di is .a  w %Uk.
  -i's Csciiting [o bC AlC to gut ste-io-thi-acltcIrt iu
and hav  it avlahilbc  dly.i said Kadih Reck, 1).\ 11
A( VR.,  director of Aigcll's Diagnotic imaging kums
and A board-ccritiid specialist in icterinar rid beh
We11  hv able to more C.sil diAguiSc conditions i
aimi1,1l patients And alsou hlip referring %eicrinariin
the asscssnt   of their paents.


ct  j IId I cipcd tn   , iE .1 pprn\iniI.uIcI III ' I.
Thu   11RI unit will be leascd troiml AV.
  AVI  wi ill spund tw\%) wcks at Angell training t.i
mcimbcrs io usc th neCw  tmachine. The radiiolog i
tho first phasc of a ncw ( linical ( .ir- ( CTiCr to I
at AngeLllI-BastonII. Th  ente-11Lr te ll t  niir,     nTo  ,\I i
aoI in  r oins statelo h cLi prt N S  niur\ ici n.




















MR[ magu


About Companion. This publication is a team
effort of all adoption and veterinary centers.
It replaces Animals magazine, Animal Action
and all newsletters previously printed by the
various MSPCA-Angell facilities. For more
information, see page 2.


  HIGHLIGHTS



                        Dental   Care
                        at   Angell


                             3





Animal Care and -
Adoption Centers


      4-7


DOCTI]OR

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Boston   Magazine


        8


Frank   Stanton
      Gift


New Leader Joins MSPCA's


Efforts to Protect Animals


T      l i c   \  h a s .a n e w s - Ia w -
      cItori cint direc.tiir at its
         hl.Peter F. Gaollub,
 \11.\1.. I q.. crite in board  in
lanuars. I 1: bnrigs a wsecalth of
us crtence to the position, ha tig
Iricticed both law and verennary
iiclicinti.
  I is . a %crs unique comrlnation
that \isl crcc his work wsith the
  I  PIN\ I a  ns I titorcenent
Departnci rt  r  isll. said (irter
I ikc, s icc presideit tt aniial pro-
tection. -1,T hac that kind of
kiowledgc  and background  isill
certainl hae  a positnic impact on


    -ork \i  Jo tcm
    -luh  %ill ucrSc i\ o full time
    itiihrth   cioordinators and
 I  iullrttm ( 15,11  I s pcoal statc
   h1u, officers. I L  officers  atral
   is d to i t stigatc .imtral
      or nglct.
   It is rugrtrilc that in\ animal
     cs uiiinccssarilk at the hand if
     ini heings, said Illubi. ut
     i Icurs cant Iv vcrihtcrc at
     si i wic rcli on the gencral pub-
     millions of c(\s. hearts and
     -    Io help us identit po -
     sus an   i id otuntalls rescuc the
     inals from harm.
  I n one rcc;nt cisc, Officer tita
  1 nt.1 ai nctp(ionded to a s tcrinar-
     call abour a collapwd dog
   isis  IcaricJ imti her clnic.
     tian crrmnig the dog clamed
hi   \c.ir-old aughter had kiedJ
the dog.  ue to abdirnal  h   ariin
rhagig  cinimpbation  the man
mruncted th   ls ermrrarian to
currhantte the dog. Upon furtecir
itimestigation. thc Lctendant adin
wJc he l cked rhic dog hard to
Irg to  got into a chair. Ihu
cintinucJ the refendant' .s
iihour  a finding for i\ tmte'
imposed  a StLOW  tirc ATid
hini to undcrgo anger- I
counilig.
  If you suispect anial .'
contact our Lass [itri
Department  at osl'  22
or TWA)h S 2s ISil so sic can
is-estigatc. A caller rmay requ<
that his or her name Ie kept
confidenial.
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           Nevins Farm Jump-starts


           Horse Foster Care Program


         1I  feol ~  i   O I')0 i hIl[l Ell tIrlll - J .11 1 J  'AIil .1fl ab d   111-  1)
  I.   cipacity - createceda tr       to     tiister hincs ior ninc horses. juip
starting the ncw program.
  Ile Equine and  l ari Antimal  and Adopion center's toster   care program
hid  leen in the planning stages for svceral nionths, said iir(n )'nryan. harn man-
agcr. Thc rcspi ronse troim people willing to help has heenc turratic, biii sc are still i
grear need it addiional h  is.
  Ncint. harim s the onl fachilt in Nuw England with in oprtn-duir pihic for
uInaIntcJ  or nc'glectcJ horses nd i fari animals. so i tt n Inomiiics mer riwdcc.
  I   oicr care tarmihics offer horses spuce and often spcL3I trcatinci or rchabilita-
non. I amTilhes can als- help rcducc sress. I Hors istcr carc .ii iiinli c a long tcrm
coinititi.   I ocal horsewomian Kerr\ (ulmrnC  answiercd the call, bringing
aipus king A ami. a   4  car-oild Ihoroughhred to her barn im DccnIber.
  It gis  ic a good fcling to know I an coing something important. Nit   kb
amii1 I pro iding ( am \ with a specia I hoimc. loie and one-on-onc arnention. hut I
hldping to gc hiin a second Lchanci in ife.- said Giilinttc.
  Kcing  a hors placd  im a liing, permannrit home is the ultimate paott.
SIrc  iin. ( )ui tsrtr familis pla an cssuiniaI role im helping us rcuth that
ind   iake a 1 i iIttcrcncc  I  1hi I \ l  i t hiurses lki  ( .iiii.
  April is Adopt a Horse Montb at Nevins Farm. A variety of breeds, ages and
ability levels are available. To find out more about our bone adoption and fIrr
care programs, call (978) 687-7453, ext. 11 1. or -nail harntaff@rnpcarg.

            Foster parent.










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