Veterinarian who barks
Tim Cutler knows how to bark, but he is not a dog. He is a very qualified veterinary ophthalmologist, eye surgeon, whom the world is hardly a couple of hundred. And he knows how to bark!
The majority of people prefer to communicate with their animals in human language, but Kettler believes differently and prefers to talk with animals like dogs. He was confident that in this way faster and likely to win the trust of the animal. "Customers always ask: is that, well, my dog barking? - Tippy Nicole laughs. - And I say to them - no, it is the doctor who is treating your dog. "
Tim Cutler knows that if you are going to do eye operations elephant, the most important thing to get him to lie down on the right side. "Once I was invited to do eye operations elephant in North Florida, - he said. - Elephant lay on his left side, but then we have something needed just left eye! I had to leave with nothing and come back the next day. "
Cutler - Hereditary veterinarian, his father was also a veterinarian. He was not surprised when his son also went to study at the "animal doctor". But later surprised to learn that Tim wants to specialize in ophthalmology. "Eyes - it's not so much a" mirror of the soul "as" a window into the human - and not only - the body, "- says Cutler.
Now our hero in '41 and most of his time Cutler holds in his clinic in Florida in West Palm - where he treats his patients chetyrehlapyh - cats and dogs suffering from vision problems. Cataract. Glaucoma. Injured lens. eye injuries caused by fire, water, fight with relatives, or too close contact with the Christmas tree. Cutler familiar with all of this firsthand. A detailed study of the animal's eyes, Tim can readily determine the existence of problems of the brain. The best reward for him, says Cutler - is to improve the condition of pets. "Dogs for the first time in many months or even years can see their owners. Horses return from injury to competition or again begin to work ", - he says the results of its activities. It happens that day Cutler to twenty patients, mainly cats and dogs. But it happens that the twenty patients hardly going for a week. Among the dogs, says Cutler, mainly those who are more prone to problems with vision - Shih Tzu, pugs, Tibetan terriers.
Cutler maintains that it has no favorite breed. To him, everyone is equal, and poodles, and savage pit bulls, and assures that the latest people often unjust. Recently, he met a girl who had a dog. Now they are together in the company of two cats and the American pit bull named by storm. "It is a friendly and nice - Cutler describes his dog. - The only danger that you face if you get caught her eye - you can lick to death. "
Cutler used to mark that has hundreds of dogs - because he treats them all. But he has to treat not only dogs and cats, among his patients have rhinos, gorillas and giraffes, and other pets to the local zoo.
Alice, the female rhinoceros was an eye infection, and besides, she was terrified of all examinations and procedures. Fortunately for rhino, surgery is not required. Fortunately for the rhino, but unfortunately the doctor: "This was a chance to do the surgery rhino", - he complains. In 2009, Cutler was a member of the team of surgeons who were to relieve the suffering of Josephine, a female gorilla, who turned 42 years old, and who had been suffering from cataracts. Doctors helped, and Josephine is now leading a full life, in no way inferior to their relatives.
Cutler has recently triggered so that it consulted the giraffe. "The huge field for work - says ophthalmologist. - Still, after giraffes eye more than any other living creatures "Later Bakari, a giraffe from a local zoo, managed to injure the eyelid - and again, not without the help of Cutler.
Nicole Tippy, assistant Cutler, admire the tenacity and dedication of his boss and says that for her to work with him - a great honor.
The survey Romeo eyes, fifteen Pomeranian, the owner of which is the Daria Bidwell of Lake Worth. Green liquid - it is a plague and inflammation. The cause of inflammation are hormonal changes in the body of an animal, a consequence of old age.
A haven korotkoshestnogo cat named Custard, the owner of which is Ella Tuut from Boca Raton, the veterinarian is necessary to use a lens. Diagnosis Cutler - feline herpes, a disease that is very common among cats.
Operation French Bulldog Biggie, who belongs to Marvel Website of Royal Palm Beach. Biggie injured eye during a fight with another dog.
Tim Cutler and his assistant Nicole Tippy operate a dog.
Pearl Johnson, of Delray Beach worries, while the doctor examines her Boston terrier named Toby, a week after the animal transplanted cornea. Cutler was decided to operate again because the dog has brought in an eye infection.
Pearl Johnson, of Delray Beach calms her Boston terrier named Toby.
Boston Terrier Toby before re-operation for corneal transplantation.
The operation to transplant a cornea Boston Terrier Toby completed.
Tonya Barreto kissing his French bulldog named Girl, before you give it up for the operation Dr. Cutler.
Tim explains the specifics of the device owner of the animal's eyes at his office in Palm Beach.
Survey Baxter's eyes, the Tibetan terrier, whose owners are Bonnie and John Sargent of Bointon Beach. The dog will do cataract surgery.
Eye Baxter, Tibetan terrier, suffering from cataracts.
surgery glazik Baxter, Tibetan terrier, cataract.
Tim Cutler inserts an artificial lens in the eye Baxter.
Inspection Baxter after surgery.
A visit to the local zoo, where Tim invited to inspect and assist wildlife.
Dr. Elizabeth Hammond watches as Cutler examines 74-year-old chimpanzee in a zoo.
Examination of the newborn baby forest horned antelope.
Tim Cutler photographs camel eyes.
Tim Cutler genuinely concerned for each of their patients.
Dr. Tim Cutler with Tian Smiklas and Kathy Dudley-Perk during a visit to the stables in Wellington and inspection dwarf horses.
Survey eye dog named Whoopi, basset hound, which was operated on to remove glaucoma.
The assistant Nicole Tippy Tim Cutler helps dogs inspection by Gris nickname that has inflammation of the eyes observed.
Tim examines medical reference during surgery to remove a malignant tumor in the dog's eyes.
Cutler brings a dog named Gris impatiently waiting for their owners.
Conversation with Daria Bidwell of Lake Worth after surgery that Tim made her fifteen years of Pomeranian named Romeo.