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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) Help!

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

Wow Hunter Pet Questions?
I'M An Experienced Hunter (Level 79) But There'S A Few Things I Need To Figure Out. For One- If You Tame An Elite Beast Does It Have Better Stats Then If You Tamed A Non Elite Beast Of The Same Level? And Does The Level You Tame It At Effect How Big It Gets? I Got My Cat At Level 10 And I See Hunters With Slightly Different Cat Models And They'Re My Level But Their Pet Is Bigger. Anyone Know The Answers? Thanks!

"If you tame an elite beast does it have better stats then if you tamed a non elite beast of the same level?"
No.

"And does the level you tame it at effect how big it gets?"
No. In fact, I'm pretty sure they stop increasing in size after level 60.

"I got my cat at level 10 and I see hunters with slightly different cat models and they're my level but their pet is bigger. Anyone know the answers?"
Are the PETS themselves the same level? If so, then they are the same size. Maybe it just looks different from a distance.
If they are the same level but still different sizes, please provide a screen shot :)

Several Pet Questions?
I Need A Pet To Train For This Class Where You Train A Pet And Thats How You Get Your Grade. I Would Like A Bird, Dog, Or Rodent. Dog: Now I Would Like A A Dog That Does Not Shed Alot, Grows To A Max Of A Medium Size, And Is Very Intellegent, And Very Simple To Train. Bird: I Wouldnt Like A Small Bird Like The Size Of A Finch But Also A Medium Sized One. The Life Span Can Be From 5-30 Years. Rodent: I Would Want Something Like A Ferret, But The Only Thing I Hate About Rodents Is The Smell Except For Rabbits, But I Hear That Rabbits Are Very Hard To Train Is That True?

Taking on the responsibility of owning and caring for a pet just to take a class and get a grade is a poor reason to seek a pet.

Perhaps you can be a foster home for a dog that is at a shelter and your training will help it find a forever home?

You may decide that you just want to keep it after all, but in this instance, the visit to the shelter should help you find the dog there that needs you and your attention and traning most.

I hope the class is about training you how to train a pet.

BTW, Neither ferrets or rabbits are rodents.
Ferrets belong to the weasel family (Mustelidae) and are related to mink, skunks, weasels, and otters. Rabbits belong to the order Lagomorpha, of which there are two families Leporidae (Rabbits and Hares) and Ochotonidae (Pikas). Pikas somewhat resemble the Guinea Pig, which isn't a pig at all, but a rodent of the Cavy family (Caviidae) native to South America, and includes the wild cavies, and the capybara. Chinchillas, rats, mice and squirrels are also rodents.

Rabbits can be trained, and an adult rabbit is easier to train than a baby. Before you decide what animal you want to *train*, decide what animal suits your lifestyle, suits your budget and that you would be willing to put forth the effort to make a part of your family.

edit: Agrees that a pet rat is a very trainable and can be an affectionate pet. Many breeds of dog and mongrel/mixed breed dogs are highly trainable. I have seen rabbits trained to do tricks and known housetrained rabbits. There are many abandoned rabbits who need a forever home, socialization and training, too.
I don't have as much experience with birds.

I would still like to know more about this class.

EDIT: Male rats and mice can have very strong urine odor and require a thorough *daily* cleaning of surfaces (ladders, wheel, top layer of bedding) to keep them indoors if you do not want your home smelling of them. Female mice require much less attention to odors as their urine does not have anywhere near the odor level. If you use a baby wipe to swipe off metal or plastic surfaces once a day, you can go a week without a thorough cleaning/changing litter/bedding. Baking soda and peroxide mixed works wonders for all pet odors.

Should I Try To Get A Job A Local Vet Center?
Im Interested In Animal Science And I There Was This Kid From Our School Who Was Hired As An Intern At Our Vet Center. Im Not Sure If I Want To Be A Vet, I Was Thinking More Management And Production But Would They Still Hire Me? Im Still In High School By The Way But So Was He. Thanks!

if you stand out and tell them that your interested in the field then yer they should hire you, dont mention about management yet though, they might find it a little edgy coming from someone in high school.

Interview At An Emergency Vet Care Center. I Need Help!?
Hi, I Have An Interview Set Up This Friday At An Emergency Vet Care Center. I Am A Little Hesitant Because I An Not A Certified Vet Tech. They Saw My Resume. I Have Plenty Of Experience In The Animal Care Industry And Was A Kennel Manager For 2 Years. I Have Also Gone On The Road And Done Kennel Trainings For Entire Kennel Staffs Before Grand Openings For A Popular Pet Store Company. I Guess My Resume Was Enough To Get The Initial Interview But I Am A Little Worried Not Having Worked In A Vet Clinic Before, Let Alone A State Of The Art Emergency Care Facility. Any Advice For The Interview? Does Anyone Think I Stand A Chance? Thanks.

I was in the same situation a few years ago. I was 19 and it was my first job, and they took me on as a vet receptionist. Though the job was NOTHING like a receptionist. It was so involved and term-oriented that I had to quit. I felt like i couldn't provide the right information to clients and assist the doctors in the proper way. You sound like you have a lot more experience than I did, so kudos. I think even if you have a little amount of experience it will help you in the long run. You'll also learn along the way!