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FAQ

Are A Puppy'S Canine Teeth Supposed To Fall Out Before The New Ones Come In?
My Puppy Is Now Almost 6 Mos Old And Has Lost Most Of His Baby Teeth. Up Until Now, The Little Ones Have Fallen Out First, Then The Big Ones Grew In, In Their Place. The Problem Is That His New Canines Are Growing In Without The Little Ones Falling Out First. Is This Suppossed To Happen? Do I Need To Get Them Removed?

Sometimes the baby canines will stay in place for awhile after the adult canine comes in. I've had several dogs that this happened too.

In alot of cases the baby canine will come out on its own. If your pup isn't neutered yet, you can keep and eye on them until he goes in for neutering. When he gets neutered the vet can remove them at the same time if they are still there. This will save him going under twice.

If the baby canines still haven't come out after the adult canines have fully come in, then yes they should be removed. I generally give my dogs a month after the adult canines come in for their baby ones to come out. Unless there is swelling, redness, and discomfort, then I'd have his teeth looked at right away.

Pet Clinic In Spring Hill, Fl (Hernando County)?
I Live In Spring Hill, Florida. Right Now I Am Looking To Adopt Second Dog. The Dog Is Free Because He Was Rescued By A Neighbor Of Previous Owner. So I Need To Get Him Utd With Shots And Sure Thing Neutered Because My Little Pug Is Not Spayed, Which I Will Get Done Very Soon As Well. So My Question Is: Does Anyone Know A Good Clinic Or A Vet In My Area Where I Can Get All Of My Pet's Needs Taken Care Of Without Having To Open A New Credit Card?!

I know the Humane Society in Tampa does them. Here is the website with fees and info:

http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/spay-n...

There isn't much in Hernando or Pasco counties but here are some in Pinellas:

SPCA Tampa Bay
9099 130th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33773
Phone: (727) 586-3591
http://www.spcatampabay.org/

Friends of Family Pets Program - This spay and neuter assistance is available year-round for the pets of people on limited income (earning $20,000 or less and $5,000 for each dependant). Pitt Bulls and Pit Bull Mixes are free all year, click here for more details!

August Special: Owned-felines 6 months+ are fixed FREE for qualified applicants!

You must apply in person Tuesdays 9am - 4pm with a valid 1040 form. Call (727) 586-3591 to see if you qualify. Hablan espanol!

The Spay & Neuter Clinic of Pinellas County
1710 Drew Street Ste. 7
Clearwater, FL
Phone: (727) 447-PETS

Dog Spay: $45-$130 (depends on weight)
Dog Neuter: $35-$75 (depends on weight)
Cat Spay: $40
Cat Neuter: $25

Canine Spays vary by size:
0-25 lbs.: $45
26-50 lbs.: $75
51-75 lbs.: $85
76-100 lbs.: $90
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 725-7200

Canine Neuters vary by size:
Under 100 lbs.: $40
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 725-7200

Additional charge of $20 for all pets in heat, pregnant, obese or lactating. Vaccination and medical testing services available. This is a year-round program.


The Day & Evening Pet Clinic for SPCA Referrals
3160 Alt. Hwy 19
Palm Harbor, FL
Phone: (727) 785-7200

Feline Spays: $40
Feline Neuters: $35

Canine Spays vary by size:
0-25 lbs.: $45
26-50 lbs.: $75
51-75 lbs.: $85
76-100 lbs.: $90
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 785-7200

Canine Neuters vary by size:
Under 100 lbs.: $40
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 785-7200

Additional charge of $20 for all pets in heat, pregnant, obese or lactating. This is a year-round program.



Pet Pal Animal Shelter Spay/Neuter Clinic
1900 34th Street South (U.S. 19)
Saint Petersburg , FL 3371
Phone: (727) 328-SPAY (7729)

Dogs
Male
Under 100 pounds: $40
Over 100 pounds: $85
Female
1-25 pounds: $45
26-50 pounds: $75
51-75 pounds: $85

Cats
Female Spay: $40
Male Neuter: $35

Is Veterinary School Really Harder Than Medical School?
My Cousin Always Tells Me Veterinary School Is Harder Than Medical School, Is He Right?? I Don'T Believe Him

Sometimes, hard is what you make it. Maybe if you study for the right amount of time and pay close attention to the professor, then you won't have that many problems. In general, those are both VERY hard professions to get into because the schooling is hard. But, just because it's hard, that doesn't mean you won't get good grades. I found my freshman year of high school VERY hard, but I still made good grades ( 3.00 GPA). I studied for 6 hours per day. I always asked the teacher questions when I needed help or didn't understand a term or lesson he/she was teaching. Don't give up if that's what you really want to do. I will pray for you. I prayed for my cousin who entered graduate law school last year because she was fearful about attending law school. Are you attending veterinary or law school or planning to? If so, make the best out of your work. Remember, effort is more important than making good grades because you followed the task and understood the key to success. As long as you made average grades and studies the right about of time, then you won't have many problems. Just like I was fearful of taking a full IB course-load. IB classes are WAY harder than AP classes. I always had a 3.50 or higher in those classes, even though it was "HARD".

Where Can One Obtain A Veterinary Medical License?
In California Where Can One Obtain A Veterinary Medical License Or A Registered Veterinary Technician Certificate? And What Does One Have To Do In Order To Obtain One?

UC Davis is a great veterinary college.

Veterinary Job In The Military...?!?!?!?!?
I Came Across A Photo On Facebook That Showed Military Caring For A Dog? Is There A Way To Be A Vet In The Military? Every Detail About It Would Be Appreciated

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/medical-and-emergency/animal-care-specialist.html

Enlisted ^^

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/amedd-categories/veterinary-corps-jobs/veterinarian.html

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/amedd-categories/veterinary-corps-jobs/veterinary-hpsp-student.html

^^ Officer

Certified Veterinary Assistant Salary And Job Description?
I'M A Sophomore In High School Planning To Transfer To My Districts Career School For Junior And Senior Year, After I Get My Prerequisites Out Of The Way. If I Complete My Required Classes At The Career School, It Says I'Ll Graduate As Either A Certified Vet Assistant. Is This A Paid Job And Can You Give A Brief Summary Of What'S Done If You Have This Job? Thanks!

A "certified veterinary assistant" is a diploma or certificate that states that you have had at least some level of basic training in the workings of a veterinary facility. These certificate programs can vary widely because they are offered by so many different groups/organizations and thus they aren't typically well-respected in the veterinary medical field unless you note who you are certified through. For example, in a future resume you would put "Certified as a Veterinary Assistant Lvl 1 through NAVTA". That would allow your potential employer to assess the value of the certification based upon what he knows of the group that certified you.

Veterinary assisting is an entry level position in the veterinary field with no legal requirements for special education or training, but training and education are definitely of value in the veterinary medical field where your actions and words will have an affect on the quality of life or even survival of patients. Tasks for veterinary assistants can range quite widely from front office work --answering phones, making appointments, record keeping, etc--to kennel work where you maintain a clean environment for the animals and the staff and provide basic care for patients and help monitor patients for changes in their situation. Animal restraint, assisting in labwork, assiting in surgery, dealing with clients and taking patient histories, weights and temperatures, all can be part of the daily tasks of a veterinary assistant. However, most states also legally limit the tasks that can be performed by a veterinary assistant and it is important to determine those limitations for your state before you start working in a veterinary facility.

As for pay, it typically starts out at minimum wage and increases with time and increase in skills.