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FAQ

Where Is The Best Vet Office For A 14 Year Old To Volunteer At?
The Reason I Ask Is Because I Am Getting Bored Sitting Around The House And Babysitting. I Need Something Else To Do. I Hope People Can Help Me Find The Right Place. Well I Am Not Exactly 14 But I Will Be 14 July 14Th. Oh And If Anyone Needs A Girlfriend I Am Open And Not Seeing Anyone. But Try To Gibe Me Something In New Cumberland, Pa

Well, I'm not sure how much you would be able to do at a vet. But, I do know that in my area, the ASPCA allows kids to volunteer with the dogs and cats, which includes walking, feeding, bathing, and playing with them. This would be a great job for you. And at your age you will get paid for it, because if you begin working under the age of 13, you will be able to get your money when you turn 13. Since you're 14 (or almost 14) you'll be able to get paid sooner.

Hope this is what you are looking for! Good Luck! :D

Which Is Better Pre-Vet Or Bio?
Ok So I'M Looking At Colleges Right, Like Most High Schoolers, And I Know I Want To Be A Vet. I Want To Know Which Is Better A Pre-Vet Program Or Just Majoring In Biology. Is There Any Difference? -Thanks :)

Pre-vet is simply a list of classes required by a vet school. It does not grant a degree and they are different for every vet school. If you want to go to vet school you MUST complete the classes that they require but you do not necessarily have to be enrolled in a formal pre-vet program. These are only basic classes and pretty much every 4 year school offers them.
In addition to completing these classes you will need to declare another major that does grant a degree. Biology is an option and it's very popular with students wanting to pursue higher education for a variety of health care fields (including vet med). However, you are equally likely to get into vet school with any other major. There is no major requirement for applying to vet school. Biology is fine if that's what you are interested in. Other common choices include animal science, zoology, microbiology, etc. I know people with business, art and engineering degrees that are now in vet school.
The only thing that matters is that you take those required courses. Do not trust the "pre-vet" curriculum at any individual school. They are tailored for that specific school. Do some research into vet schools you are considering and make sure to meet the requirements for several programs and not just one.

Teenager Working In Veterinary Clinic?
Hello, I Am 16 Years Old, And I Would Love To Get A Job Doing Something In A Veterinary Clinic. I Do Not Have Too Much Experience In The Field, Though I Do Own A Bunch Of Animals And Care For Them Myself. I Would Love To Apply Somewhere, But I Don'T Know If It Is Worth My While Because What Is The Chance That A Veterinary Clinic Will Hire A Teenager...Do You Think That There Is A Chance That I Could Get Hired, And If You Work In A Veterinary Clinic, Do You Think That Veterinary Clinics Can Hire Teenagers? Thank You Very Much

There are Veterinary clinics that will often hire teenage workers. If you are mature, and have a strong passion for animals and follow directions you could make a likely candidate for a job. Often some of the jobs included, may be helping in keeping the kennels and cages clean, feeding and keeping the animals watered, Walking or exercising dogs, helping with some minor procedures or grooming, and even some clerical work.

If it sounds like something you might be interested in, find where your local veterinary Clinics are and visit them and ask if they are hiring anyone.

Brampton Veterinary Clinic?
I Am Looking For A Veterinary Clinic In Brampton Where I Can Get My Cat'S Shots, And Get Her Spayed At The Same Time. I Called A Few Places But They Want Her To Get Her Shots 2 Months Before Getting Spayed. But I Can'T Wait That Long Because She Is Spraying, And My Dad Wants To Get Rid Of Her, Unless I Can Get It Done Soon. Any Suggestions?

Call your local SPCA and see if they can recommend a vet clinic that will do it. 2 months is a long time, I had to wait 2 weeks with 2 of my cats, but I have also had cats done at low cost clinics where I didn't even need them to have their shots done.

Animal Neglect In Housing?
Should I Call The Vet Center Or Mp'S To Report A Neglected Animal? Can They Forcibly Take The Animal Away?

Call the MP's. The vet office can't actually do anything. They'd either call the complaint into the MP's or have you do it. Cut out the middle man and just go straight to the MP's. Good for you for reporting it!

*Actually, now that I think about it more, you may want to simply call your local animal enforcement. Its likely that the MP's don't actually have anywhere to take the animal and would direct your call to the local animal shelter (dog pound). I can remember several instances where our local shelter came on base to remove abandoned animals because our base doesn't have anything like that. The most important thing is reporting it to SOMEONE. They'll know who you should contact. Good for you for reporting it!

Opening A Vet/Adoption/Rehabilitation Center?
Hello. I Want To Plan For A Center In North Africa That Will Be Able To Take Care Of Sick And/Or Stray Animals. I Want It Two Have Three Different Parts (One For Veterinary Services, Another For Rehabilitation And/Or Keeping Healing Animals After Surgery, And A Separate Space For Animals That Have Recovered And Are Waiting To Go Home , And A Third As A Shelter For Animals Who Are Ready To Be Adopted). I Want To Know How I Can Go About Doing Thing (Excluding Funds), What I Should Consider, Any Legal Matters I Should Be Aware Of Etc. Just Tell Me Everything You Think I Need To Know.

yes lot of legal things are there
like animal protection policies