(Secunda - by Jeremy Soule - The Elder Scroll V)
This one wasn't supposed to be here... So it's a little bonus yeah! =D
When I was near to finish the colors and the details of this one I thought it was sad to let it with a black background... so I quickly made one! And also add a little context =p, this place is Hilla, a country claimed by the Union of the Milky Way (looonnng story) from the planet Binshia reputed for is cold and his mountains! The biggest is 10 times bigger than Mount Everest! It was named the Mount Soudalla. The legend says the first man who gets on the top, Herjhan Scholenshy, had left his sunglasses somewhere on the top if it's true the snow probably completely recovered it! They've got a weird tradition for those who arrive on the top, that is to shout whatever they want, sometimes for those who have a strong voice you can hear it from the bottom of the mount, it supposed to give courage for those who want to reach the top.
Ok too much blah blah for today! I can't wait to enjoy their amazing ski resort!
Finally a new post guys, I hate not being able to post but at least I’ll be active throughout December.
Anyways, this is a commission for HellHyena on deviantart. I’m not 100% content with it. It turned out a little messy and the colours don’t fit 100% but I guess that’s just traditional art 🤷🏼♀️ Hope you like it though :3
Attie for the win wearing the reverse side of our Gobble till you Wobble bandana! Shipping days are winding down! Get your ￼Thanksgiving bandanas before it’s too late!
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1 51 hour ago
Since you guys have so much love for her here she is, all Heidi, all for you! 🐾
🌸The furring step is in progress!! This is a super messy W.I.P and everything is just pinned on here but he’s starting to look so cool! I can’t wait to get him all sewn and glued down ready for having! ^-^🌸
Commission for: @rhythmthefennec !
#transformationtuesday on our stacking abilities.
1. February- before we started conformation classes
2. April - started conformation classes and practicing at home
3. May - taken after our first show together
4. November - 3 shows and months of handling class under our belt.
I love taking photos and video so I can see my progress with him, but also catch the little things that I can improve on next time. #akcdogstar#thisisakc
3 4621 hour ago
Wow! This kid wears me out! Gotta catch my breath before rowing two. .
Kein Hund ist perfekt.
Aber wenn alle Erziehung ungehört verpufft, muss man sich Gehör verschaffen.
Was bei Pferden völlig normal ist, gilt bei Hunden als Tierquälerei - das Kopfhalfter.
Das normale Halti ist bei shadow super, leider er gelernt, wie er sich das einfach runter zieht. Aktuell haben wir brandneu das Canny Collar im Test und ich muss sagen: viel besser! Shadow wird damit aus seinem Tunnel geholt, sogar so weit, dass ich ihn über Spielzeug ablenken konnte! Der andre Hund war ca 10 Meter entfernt, was zwar noch ordentlich Distanz ist, aber durch parallele Wege konnte ich die Situation künstlich verlängern und somit insgesamt 3 mal den Blick zu mir mit Spielzeug bestätigen! Ich bin froh, dass wir nun endlich einen Trainingsansatz gefunden haben!
Listen up! 👂🏻 Dog routine care includes ear cleaning 🐶 As they are sensitive you might be worrying how to do it properly. The key is careful movement from outside to inside while observing a dog's response and stopping when you feel resistance. Find out more info about dog care on 𝗠𝗲𝗱𝗿𝗲𝗴𝗼 𝗯𝗹𝗼𝗴 (link in bio) 🔎
This very cute puppy Cockapoo vibrated its way through the door and into the cardiology service with its grade VI/VI continuous murmur. This type of murmur is pathognomonic for a left- right shunting PDA, however other differentials of a left basilar, continuous murmur in a young dog could include aortic/ pulmonic stenosis and other systemic to pulmonary shunts.
Loop 1) Right parasternal long axis- Eccentric hypertrophy of the left ventricle, with prominent left atrium. Changes are due to increased pre-load secondary to increased blood flow to pulmonary circulation and subsequently back to the left heart.
Loop 2) Right parasternal short axis view, at the level of the main pulmonary artery. The ductus is observed at the level of the pulmonary artery bifurcation.
Loop 3) Right parasternal short axis view, at the level of the main pulmonary artery. Continuous flow Doppler demonstrates flow through the ductus during both systole and diastole at high velocity confirming conserved systemic and pulmonary pressures. This matches with the loud continuous murmur auscultated on clinical exam
Image 1) Left sided cranial window, view of main pulmonary artery. The ampulla of PDA is dilated and the Ostium measured 3.4mm. Recommended device size is 1.5-2x diameter of PDA ostium. The ductus has a 'conical' appearance and therefore is likely amenable for ACDO closure, this was confirmed on angiography. Femoral artery diameter can be a limiting factor if introducer required is too large for vascular access.
Demonstrates full deployment but not detachment of ACDO and contrast study showing complete occlusion with no residual flow through ductus, 15 minutes post deployment.
During the deployment and also demonstrated in the video, the distal disc is released first. The device is then pulled backwards until it engages with the PDA ostium. Following this the proximal disk is released which occludes the ductus.
The puppy went home and no longer vibrates with full occlusion of the ductus. We have scheduled a follow up heart scan to assess the reverse remodelling
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