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For fangs, he’s your man

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Dec 05 2011

Dr Stephen Coles with a some-more common patient, Choko, who was struck by a horse.

Dr Stephen Coles with a some-more common patient, Choko, who was struck by a horse. Photo: John Woudstra


For veterinary dentist Stephen Coles, given to a pearly whites of an

Article source: http://www.theage.com.au/national/melbourne-life/for-fangs-hes-your-man-20111204-1odc7.html

For inadequate fangs, he’s your man

Root Canal | Posted by admin
Dec 05 2011

Dr Stephen Coles with a some-more common patient, Choko, who was struck by a horse.

Dr Stephen Coles with a some-more common patient, Choko, who was struck by a horse. Photo: John Woudstra


For veterinary dentist Stephen Coles, given to a pearly whites of an

Article source: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/melbourne-life/for-faulty-fangs-hes-your-man-20111204-1odc7.html

Great ape given purify check of health

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Jun 23 2011

Jumatano

Jumatano is sedated during a Melbourne Zoo so visiting dental veterinarian Dr Steve Coles could check out her damaged tooth and remove it. They also did a health check-up. Picture: Craig Borrow


Source: Herald Sun




JUMATANO a 80kg chimpanzee was a ideal studious as she had a tooth removed.


The 11-year-old, who is lerned in usurpation anaesthesia, quietly offering her shoulder for an injection during a enclosing doorway before being stretchered into a car and taken to surgery.

Six vets gave Jumatano a works during Melbourne Zoo.

From a tooth descent and clean, a chest X-ray, blood tests, weight check and even a Pap allegation and breast check, Zoos Victoria

Article source: http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/great-ape-given-clean-bill-of-health/story-e6frea6u-1226080206877?from=public_rss

That’s a lowland chimpanzee in their midst

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Jun 22 2011

Jumatano

Jumatano gets a inspection from veterinary staff during Melbourne Zoo. Picture: Craig Borrow
Source: Herald Sun


Gorilla

Jumatano gets a inspection from veterinary staff during Melbourne Zoo. Picture: Craig Borrow
Source: HWT Image Library




JUMATANO a 80kg chimpanzee was a ideal studious as she had a tooth removed.


The 11-year-old, who is good lerned in usurpation anaesthesia, quietly offering her shoulder for an injection during a enclosing doorway before being stretchered into a vehicle

Article source: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/that039s-a-lowland-gorilla-in-their-midst/story-e6frf7l6-1226079598962