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Does This Look Like A Scrotal Ablation?
We Got Our Dog Neutered 2 Days Ago And Paid Extra For A Scrotal Ablation. I Don'T Think They Did It, Though. Does This Look Like A Scrotal Ablation?
Yes. A typical canine neuter incision is much higher up in the inguinal area just in front of the scrotum, not actually on the scrotum itself. The fact that there is an incision at the scrotum means that your vet did not perform a routine neuter. Most likely, your dog is simply swollen and once things heal and the swelling goes down it will look less like the scrotum is still present.
If Feminism Was The Norm In Canine World, Would One Find All Dogs Past The Need Of Procreating, Neutered?
Feminism wouldn't last 2 minutes in nature.
In nature... natural ability & inclination is rewarded... not legislated against.
"Murder" happens every second in nature if you think about it... & animals have have their own ways of dealing with "crimes" against other animals. Disease happens everywhere.
Feminism has no place there.
When survival is on the line, crippling males & propping up females so that a false semblance of "fairness" emerges would surely kill them off.
...Just like what's happening to our society/families/marriage. (speaking of cancers)
Veterinary School Vs. Medical School?
This Is Kind Of A Long Story, But I'Ll Shorten It As Best As I Can. I'M 18 Years Old And A Senior In High School In Indiana. Yesterday I Found Out That I Got Rejected From Purdue (I Was Interested In Their Veterinary Program). This Was My Top Choice College Because Of The Prestigious Vet Program That They Offer So I'M Definitely Bummed About It. The Thing Is, I'M Beginning To Question My Career Field. Have You Ever Felt Like You Were Destined To Do Something? Call It A Hunch, But I Feel That I Was Put On This Earth To Save Lives. I'Ve Always Had An Undeniable Love For Animals Which Is Why I Wanted To Be A Vet, But Then Again I Love Helping People. There'S This Show Called Trauma: Life In The Er That I Watch Of Emergency Doctors And Whatnot And I'M Really Interested. So Whether Animal Or Human, I Know For A Fact That I Was Meant To Save Lives. It'S What I Want To Do. I Know That Veterinary School Is Harder Than Med School Because Of The Fact That Not All Animals Have The Same Body Systems. It'S A Lot To Learn. I Also Know That Their Are Very Few (I Think Only 26 Or 27) Vet Schools In The U.S. So It'S Very Competitive. By The Time I Graduate Next Month, My Gpa Will Be Atleast A 3.1, As I Am On My Way To High Honor Roll Or Honor Roll. Unfortunately, My Current Gpa Is 2.97 ((Bummer, Right? It'S Like Torture)). So I Feel That That'S The Reason I Didn'T Get Into The Vet School. Anyways, I Just Wanted Some Other People'S Opinions On What I Should Do? I Know That In The End, The Choice Will Ultimately Be Up To Me, But I'M Starting To Second Guess Vet School And Maybe Leaning Towards Med School...Any Suggestions, Ideas, Opinions? (Answers From Veterinarians And Doctors Are Greatly Appreciate) Thanks Everybody :]
Well, the good news is you didn't get rejected from veterinary school. You were rejected from Purdue's undergraduate program - vet school comes after 4 years of undergrad coursework. In addition, attending Purdue's undergrad program doesn't necessarily make you a more attractive applicant for their veterinary program. However, Purdue IS the only vet school in Indiana, and getting into an out-of-state veterinary school is even more competitive than getting into your in-state school, so you if you are really set on Purdue you should make sure that you are very familiar with their requirements.
Your high school GPA is not taken into account when you apply to vet school - only your undergrad grades are seen by the schools. Grades are very important, and you do need to do well, but even a 4.0 applicant will be rejected if they don't have lots of veterinary experience, a great personal statement, and excellent recommendations. Vet schools also like to see that you have a life outside of classes, so participation in hobbies, clubs, etc., is important as well. There are a good number of applicants that are accepted with 3.4's because they have really succeeded in other areas.
Here's a link to Purdue's vet school admission requirements and other info about their program: http://www.vet.purdue.edu/admissions/col...
Med schools and vet schools do require many of the same prerequisite classes in college, so you can definitely prepare for both at the same time while you figure out what you want to do - it may be a good idea to volunteer at both human and veterinary hospitals for a while and see what suits you better.
Hope that helps!
How Do I Make A Resume With Mostly Medical & Veterinary Experience Appeal More To Other Types Of Businesses?
I Need To Make A 2Nd Version Of My Resume So I Can Go After Jobs Outside The Medical & Veterinary Fields But I'M Not Sure How Or What Skills To Show/Minimize So That Prospective Employers Look Beyond The Medical & Animal Work. Should I Not List What I'Ve Done At These Jobs & Just Try To Come Up W/The Things That Transfer Or What?!
For your second version you will want to list the same employers, because they are real and you don't want to omit them...but when you talk about your tasks and duties, focus more on the administrative, accounting, organizational or other tasks you performed rather than the medical/veterinary aspects.
You don't need to minimize skills on the resume, but you will emphasize your skills and experience at what they are looking for. Job clubs and job search coaches actually encourage you to customize your resume for every job you apply for.
Try sitting down with no judgement or editing and make a list of all the things you've done for your various employers - I mean all of them, big or small, important or not - no judgement, no editing, just write.
Then use those lists when customizing your resume, you can choose what to highlight and focus on.
Good luck and best wishes!
All Vets For Equine Animals!!!!! I Need Help I Have A Donkey Who Is Not Doing Well At All Can You Help Me?
Ok So My Donkey For The Last Week Has Been Laying Down Not With The Horse Or The Cow. As Of Tonight Sunday June 26 He Is Not Eating He'S Not Pooping He Is Peeing But Not Pooping. We Think That He Lost A Tooth But We Found It And I Checked To Make Sure That He Had His Back Teeth. When He Walks His Back Legs Are Stiff. When He Eats Everything Is Sucked On And He Is Just Not Acting Right. I Have Fed Him Oat Meal With Molasses In It And Tonight I Put A Little Bit Of Vegetable Oil In It To See If It Will Loosen Up Some Of That Stuff Inside. I Have A Vet Coming Tomorrow But I Would Like To Know A Little More Tonight About What I Might Be Dealing With. Thanks!!
I am not a vet, but what are you waiting for? Call the vet now!!! You should have called the vet a week ago when your donkey started exhibiting abnormal behavior. Maybe you should also check your pastures for toxic plants, just to be sure he did't ingest a poison, and keep him moving! Don't feed him again until the vet clears him.
What Kind Of Pets Do Veterinarians Care For(Small Animal Vets)?
I Just Want To No All The Pets Small Vets Would Care For
You need to call the specific vet and ask them.
I know a dog-and-cat vet who also knows how to take care of camels and elephants, but doesn't anymore!
There are vets for almost any animal in the pet trade, especially the ones that are most common. If you're looking for a tarantula vet, though, good luck.
They even have vets for fish, you just need to look around.
One small animal vet may specialize in only small avians, rabbits, and guinea pigs... but another may specialize in chinchillas and all rodents, etc. It really depends on the individual, and which pets are popular in that area.