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My Cat Broke His Tail?!? Help?!?
Okay, I'll Make A Long Story Short: Child A And Child B Were Playing (Well, Sort Of). Child A Ran Into The Bathroom, Trying To Get Away From Child B, So Slammed The Door Shut At Fast As He Could, But Didn't Realize Our Cat (Very Tiny And Slender, Not Hard To Miss) Was Going Through. The Cat Gave A Bloody Murder Scream So Animated And Violent I Didn't Think Possible For A Cat To Vocalize, So Was Obviously In Pain. The Tail Was In A *Completely Shut* Door For No Longer Than 3 Seconds (Child A Had A Delayed Reaction As To Who Was Actually Screaming, And Panicked Trying To Get The Door Unlocked). The About The 1/3 Point Near The End Of The Tail, It Is Bent, An Likely Snapped. The Cat Isn't Being Mean (Surprisingly) But Doesn't Want To Be Comforted, And Tries To Get Away If You Hold Him. He's Sitting Under The Couch. I Know There's Probably Not A Cast You Can Put On A Tail (Just Like If I Broke My Toe), But Is There Anything I Can Do To Comfort Him And Soothe The Pain Until I Can Get Him To The Vet Tomorrow Morning? Also, It's Not Visibly Cut Or Bloody, But Should I Do Something To Prevent It From Getting Infected? Also Are There Any 24 Hour Online (Free) Vet Chats Or Something Like That? Thanks.

Is there a 24-hour vet you can take him to? A cat's tail is its spinal cord. It's very, very painful, and there's no painkillers you can give him which will ease it that you could measure correctly without risking killing him. The tail will need to be amputated as spinal cord can't heal on its own. I *strongly* recommend you find a 24-hour vet to avoid any longer-term damage if you can, and just get your cat some pain relief. Try the phone book, or calling a vet you know is closed to see if they have an out-of-hours emergency advice message.

My cat broke his tail in a similar door-jam accident a couple of years back but he's fine now and living a happy and fulfilling life with a stump, which he wiggles when he gets mad. It's very cute.

Is There A 24 Hour Vet Hotline?

If you live in a bigger city, they usually have emergency vet clinics that are open when normal vets aren't. If there's no emergency clinic nearby, your regular vet probably checks their voicemail in the off hours to handle emergencies. If you call during the off hours their answering machine should direct you.

Can I Feed My Dog Calming Medicine Everyday?
My Dog Has Been Acting Very Hyper These Past Few Days, I Cannot Walk Him Because He Just Got Neutered. I Left Him In His Kennel For A While To Go Shopping, And When I Came Back, He Moved His Kennel Off Of The Wooden Floor And Dug His Way Out And Destroyed Some Plants. When I Bring Him In, He Starts Running Around Like Crazy And Knocking Into Stuff. I Recently Bought Some Calming Medicine Because He Got Neutered And It Is To Keep His Stitches From Opening Up, But I'M Not Sure If Its Good For Him To Eat It Everyday

My dog freaked out at the sight of a cat, scratched at our picture window, and broke it. Two days later the vet okay-ed us using Prozac to calm her down. She's been better since.

We give her two pills every day, and I haven't seen any bad signs yet. But, of course, I would always make sure to check with a vet before doing it.

Best Dog Flea Medicine?
What Is The Best Flea Medicine Out There Now? We Used To Use Advantage, But Switched To Frontline Like 4 Years Ago For Longer Lasting Use (And It Seemed To Last Through Washes Better). However, Frontline Plus Had Gone Down The Crapper. I Just Found My Dog Covered In Fleas, And We Just Treated Him 2 Weeks Ago (Supposed To Last 3 Months?) Anyways I Know Everybody Else Has Been Having Problems With Frontline Plus As Well, And I Was Wondering What People Would Suggest As An Alternative.

The best medicine available right now is Vectra.
After awhile the fleas develop a tolerance to flea meds. I agree, Frontline is not as effective as it used to be but the formulation has not changed.

I see Capstar mentioned several times. It's a quick kill but it does nothing to prevent future fleas.
I would suggest treating your house, too. This works great:
http://www.richsoil.com/diatomaceous-ear...

I Want To Be A Vet For Exotic Animals And Equine Animals?
I Know Equine Animals Are Specialized On Horses, That Is What I Didn'T Know. I Just Found That Out. I Want To Work With Exotic Animals But Leanr For Horses. Too Because I Love Horses And I'M Planning To Have Some. So I'M Wondering If I Can Study For Both? And If I Do What Will The Classes Differ From Exotic Animals? And How Much Longer Will I Take To Become A Vet? Anyone Who Has Done This Before?

First you have to take more general/basic courses, then later you take more specialized ones for horses or exotic animals. Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado has a very good program. Check into what they have to offer! You might also do an internship with a local vet and gain some experience that way.

Is Vca Atwood Animal Hospital A Good Vet For Rats?
Which Vet Should I Request That Deals With Small Animals? Are They Gentle, And Is It Good Staff? Also, How Much Money Is It To Take My Rats There To Get Treated For Mites And A Respiratory Infection? I Want To Know That This Is The Right Vet. Thanks In Advance!!!!

Generally VCA is a very good chain of vet hospitals and they will probably have someone who knows a bit about ratsnand how to treat a URI and mites. Plus if your lucky (like my VCA out here) there may be a vet there that SPECIALIZES in rats :)
Im not exactly sure how much it could cost, but it could be upwards of 200$. I was at the VCA out here seeing my vet for one of my girls because she had a URI and spent 150$ for a check over and antibiotics, so you could be looking at an extra 50$ or so for mites...but thatd be a rough estimate...

Good luck, and i hope your ratties turn out alright!