A few nice healthy pet images I found:
PET scan of an healthy brain compared to a brain at an early stage of Alzheimer’s disease.
Image by Institut Douglas
The figure shows MRI, and typical [18F]FDG images from a healthy volunteer and a Alzheimer Disease (AD) patient. The color scale express the rate of glucose utilization (from minimum to maximum). In these PET (Positron Emission Tomography) images (column 2 and 3), the white and red colors represent the regions of the brain with the highest glucose utilization rates while the green and blue represent the hypometabolic brain areas.
The arrows show the posterior temporo-parietal junction (lower row) and the posterior cingulate gyrus (top row).
PET SCAN d’un cerveau en santé en comparaison à un cerveau atteint d’Alzheimer à un stade précoce.
Pet Remembrance Day – Rebel
Image by LexMonkey
This pic was taken at my grandparents’ house on my one-year birthday. That’s a tiny little LexMonkey petting a gigantic German Shepherd named Rebel.
Rebel is the first dog I have any memory of. In fact, I can vividly recall visiting my grandparents and being greeted with a healthy slobbering from Rebel’s tongue. I asked my mother why Rebel was licking me and she said those are doggie kisses. So I asked why he was kissing me and was told "Because he loves you." I’ve been an animal lover ever since.
As Rebel got older he fell victim to Hip Displaysia, as most German Shepherds do. He used to come back from the vet with bandages on his tail and backside. One day when I was about five or six, Rebel was gone. I was told someone had taken him from the backyard. I believed this lie for much longer than I should have, and kept my eye open for black German Shepherds to see if I could one day find him again.
Pet of the Week: Harmony, 5649475
Image by LollypopFarm
Harmony is a 1-year-old female cat who was found in Henrietta as a stray.
This young kitty was pregnant when she was found, and now her kittens are healthy and she is ready to go to a new home.
Harmony is a very sweet and pretty cat, and she is certainly just as cute as any of her kittens! She took good care of them, so now she would love to be taken care of herself! Come meet her today!