gastrotomy in the dog

Dr. A. Klarenbeek (DVM) / must have been the first / in the Netherlands / describing Gastrotomy in the Dog. // In 1924 this article was published (Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde) with one German Shepherd Dog having ingested a chain-leash, the other 43 nails, screws and other metal items. (medium box-assemblage) 18 x 22 x 2cm, (c) Drager meurtant, 2016

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Comment by Drager Meurtant on July 4, 2017 at 12:16pm

Hello Stephen, reading the full text from 1924: yes, the dog survived. Doesn't mention forced - feeding.

For me, the article coming from veterinary medicine) containing so many 'assemblage elements', was a nice 'trait-du-union' with my current artistic endeavers.

Comment by Stephen Mead on July 4, 2017 at 8:49am

Good god, did the dog survive?  Was it force-fed?


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