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How Much Does The 24 Hour Vet Cost ? ?
They are all different and it depends on the location, what the problem is with your dog and what tests or treatments they need to do.
My Rabbit Is Acting Weird And We Have No 24-Hour Rabbit Vets.?
My Rabbit (3 Years Old) Was Fine Just 3 Hours Ago When I Got Home. He Did The Usual Hopping Around My Feet And Running When He Heard Any Bag Rustling. I Worked On Some Homework For A Few Hours And Then Went To Pour Myself A Bowl Of Cereal Waiting For Him To Come Running And Beg Me For Some But He Didn'T. I Went To Find Him To Give Him A Piece And Put It In His Bowl A Foot Away From Him And He Didn'T Respond. Then I Started To Worry. He Was Laying Stretched Out Against The Wall And Breathing Quickly. I Went To Put The Food In Front Of His Nose And He Didn'T Even Sniff It. So Then I Petted Him And He Didn'T Respond Like Normal, He Just Laid There. I Picked Him Up And He Just Let Me (Not Normal) And Then Went Back To Laying Down Stretched Out Again. I Tried Calling My Vet'S Emergency Line But No One Over Night Works With Rabbits. She Referred Me To A Clinic Further Away But They Also Didn'T Have Any Rabbit Specialist. I Told Him That My Rabbit Is Shedding A Lot And I'M Worried He May Have Ingested A Lot Of Fur Blocking Things And That I Massaged His Stomach To Hopefully Help Things Move Along. The Vet Also Suggested Getting Pineapple Juice In A Syringe Since The Juice Helps Aid Digestion, So I Ran To Walmart To Get Those Things, But He Didn'T Like The Juice At All (Ran Away And Hid Under The Couch) I Managed To Squirt It On His Mouth So That He Has To Ingest Some Of It When He Cleans Himself. I Now Have 6 Hours Until The Vet Opens Tomorrow. I'M Freaking Out. I Am Really Hoping I Don'T Wake Up To A Dead Bunny In The Morning Because I Love Him So Much. I Am Pregnant And Don'T Want To Get Super Upset Because It'S Bad For Baby, But I Know If My Poor Bunny Dies On Me I Am Going To Be A Complete Mess :(
Does Anyone Else Know What I Can Do On My Own? I Fear I Will Never Sleep Tonight And I Have A Long Day Ahead Of Me Tomorrow (Vet, First Day Of Class, First Day Of New Job)
Given the symptoms you describe I think you may be looking at GI Stasis -a condition where food does not move along the GI track as it should and is very often confused with hair obstructions. Fur is usually found in GO track but the condition is actually one your animal is more or less prone to from birth. I hate to say it but prepare yourself as this condition is serious although bearing in mind I am diagnosing without ever having seen your animal and frankly I am not sure you want or can afford possoible surgical intervention
Simethicone is I think safe for bunnies and may help as does reportedly abdominal massage or jiggling the belly to try and get things moving if the animal will tolerate this
Emergency Vet-- Pay Later?
My Cat Has Hurt Her Paw And My Vet Will Only Accept Payment The Day Of The Visit. I Have Called Seven Different Hospitals/Clinics/Care Centers, And They All Say The Same Thing When I Explain The Situation. If This Were A Human Child With A Broken Hand I Could Take Her To Any Emergency Room And They'D Treat Her And Send Me The Bill Later. Why Is This Different For Animals?
If this were a human child, then medicare or someone would pick up the tab if you do not pay or do not have insurance. There is NO such thing for vets. If they are not paid, they lose the money. Are you willing to work for no pay? Neither are vets. Unfortunately, vets often get 'stiffed' - so can you blame them? If you are an established client at a vet practice with a good payment history, then that's a different story. Go online and look into care credit - most vets accept that.
Should I Have To Pay This Emergency Vet Bill?
I Took My Chihuahua To The Vet Last Month And They Gave It The Lepto And A Couple Of Hours Later He Started Panting And Shaking. We Took It Back To The Same Vet And It Was After Hours So We Had To Pay For An Emergency. It Was 100 Dollars Plus The 160 Dollars That I Had To Pay For Both Of My Dogs To Get Their Shots A Couple Of Hours Before. I Called Different Vets And I Looked Online And It All Said That They Should Have Let Me Know That Chihuahuas Are Prone To Being Allergic To The Lepto Shot, If I Would Have Known That I Would Not Have Given It To Him. Later, When I Took Him In She Even Told Me That Chihuahuas Are Prone To This. I Dont Get Why She Didnt Tell Me When I Took Them In Before He Had The Allergic Reaction. Do You Think That I Should Have To Pay The $100 Dollar Emergency Bill?
Did you sign anything at the vet's? Read the small type. Usually you sign off on anything the vet does or uses on your pet and hold the vet harmless for any results. That includes bad drug reactions. You can argue with the vet, and if you make it loud and public (like, other vet patients are waiting in the waiting room), the vet might reduce the rate just to get rid of you (but you may need to go to a new vet after that). Personally, I'd just swallow the cost but make it plain to the vet that in the future she has to inform her clients of the possibilities that may happen with their breed so the owner can make the decision whether to take the risk or not, she could get sued or even shut down if too many of her patients get sick from her doctoring.
Does Fort Hood, Tx Have And Veterinary Clinics/ Centers Anywhere?
I just looked it up and I found some. They are Killeen Veterinary Clinic (4.97 mi), East lake Veterinary Clinic (6.46 mi), Bar N Veterinary Clinic (13.36 mi), Coryell Veterinary Clinic (13.74 mi), and Town & country Veterinary Hospital (6.34 mi).
Is Veterinary Technician And Veterinary Assisting The Same Thing (Field Of Study)?
My Final Career Goal Is To Work At A Canine Rehabilitation Center, However, After Doing Research On It, I Found Out That I Need To Be A Vet Tech Before I Can Attend A Canine Rehabilitation Institute. While Looking Up Schools, I Saw Them Interchangeable Use Tech And Assistant And I Don'T Know If It'S The Same Thing Or Something Different.
The Wording These Websites Use Is Somewhat Confusing. I Originally Thought Going To School For Vet Assistant Would Be A Shorter Amt Of Time Then Vet Tech But, Then From Reading, They Said The Vet Tech Course Is 2 Years Of School.
Can Someone Please Explain This To Me Bc The Websites I'Ve Been Reading Aren'T Very Helpful And Are A Little Confusing.
No, veterinary technician and veterinary assistant are two different positions.
Veterinary assisting is an entry level position in a veterinary facility with no legal requirements for any specialized training or education or credentialing. Veterinary assistants are commonly trained on the job and may have had no previous experience or special knowledge.
Veterinary technicians are required (in most states) to have a 2 year degree in veterinary technology from an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program and to have passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam and be credentialed by the state. They are also generally required to attend a set number of continuing education courses each year to keep up with changes in veterinary medicine. Veterinary technicians are educated in veterinary anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, animal husbandry, surgical assisting, anesthesia, medical nursing, diagnostics such as radiology and ultrasonography, clinical pathology, parasitology, medical terminology and record keeping, biological collection and sample handling and preperation, etc. They can also specialize in areas such as emergency and critical care, internal medicine, anesthesia, dentistry, behavior and equine nursing.
The American Veterinary Medical Association maintains a list of accredited degree programs on their website: https://www.avma.org/ProfessionalDevelop...
Before enrolling in a veterinary technology program, it is a good idea to volunteer or take a job at a veterinary hospital to see what the job of a veterinary technician really entails. Many people think that it will suit them but find out differently once they start school. Having personal experience in a veterinary facility will also help you to excel in your classes by giving you real-world application for what you are learning.
Also, contact your state veterinary technician association. They can give you detailed advice on the requirements for being a veterinary technician in your state and also help you to choose an appropriate school