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86401, 86402, 86409, 86411, 86412, 86413, 86437, 86445

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Help The Vet Has Only Given Our Horse 24 Hours......?
My Daughters 8 Year Old Horse Fell Ill Tuesday. We Rushed Him To The Vet. He Was Shifting All His Weight To His Hind Legs And Was Extremely Stiff. The Vet First Said It Looked Like He Founder But The Coffin Bone Was Still Attached. So We Treated Him For Foundering. Now This Morning He Started To Paw At The Ground And He Is Bloated. He Shows Signs Of Cramping And He Is Passing Black Stools That Look Like Black Mulch. We Have Treated Him For Colicing But Not Successful So Far. The Bowels Are Moving So It Is Not At Twisted Gut. Please No Matter How Small You Think It Might Be Please Let Us Know.

Either take him to a veterinary hospital or put him down now.

As good as the local vet is, he's not a specialist and doesn't have the equipment or skills to save this horse. You're just prolonging the inevitable, and the horse is hurting. If you cannot control the pain (and if he's pawing you're not!) you really must act.

I recently lost my daughter's horse due to colic. On necropsy, they discovered a pin head sized hole in his stomach which had leaked into his abdomen, causing peritonitis. No one can even guess how he got it, as there was nothing there to have caused it.

Sometimes, we never find out what was wrong, or what caused it, but still have to do the hard thing for the sake of the horse.

I'm sorry for your (coming) loss.

Are There Any Emergancy 24 Hour Vets In The Usa?
I'm Curious. Here In The Uk, Regardless Of The Opening Times Of Out Vets, We Know We Can Ring Them And Get An Emergancy Number To Call For Out Of Hours Appointments To Get Our Pets Seen Straight Away. Do You Have The Same System In The Us? I've Seen So Many Posts That Say "The Vets Isn't Open". Does This Mean That There Isn't Anything You Can Do? Now, I Don't Agree With A Certain Something That Goes On In The Us (Declawing) But I Don't Think That The Us Government Or Animal Associations Would Be Cruel Enough Not To Allow Pets To Be Seen Unless It's Between The Hours Of 9Am And 5Pm. Someone, Please Clear It Up For Me!

My vet clinic has 4 different vets. There is an apartment in the clinic and someone stays there 24/7. I live in a small rural area in the US. I think lots of times that's a cop out on here. People want free advice so they play the "vet isn't open" card and don't realize we aren't vets and could give them wrong info. Before I let my cat suffer or die in an emergency situation, I would call the vets at home. Every one has their name listed on their clinic ad in the Yellow Pages and their home number isn't hard to find. There's just really no excuse for not getting to a vet for an emergency.

Pet Cargo Questions...:3?
Hi There, I Wanted To Ask Some Questions... The First Best Answer Will Be Chosen As Best~ What Are Pet Cargo'S? Are They Expensive? Do Pets Sometimes Die In Pet Cargos? Where Are They Located? In A Plane...? Thanks~

Pet cargo is not a thing, it's a method of transport. It means the pet is traveling alone, without a passenger on the aircraft, on it's own "ticket". Some countries require pets be shipped as cargo (also called manifest cargo) so that they clear customs legally. A pet's cargo cost is usually more than a persons ticket. Nearly 2 million pets are estimated by be shipped by air cargo each year, and a small fraction of 1% die or have other incidences of illness or escape. Death is usually due to a pre-existing undiagnosed illness, like a heart problem. Cargo means pet's fly in the belly or cargo area of the plane in a specific area, often just inside the doors. The crates are strapped down to prevent movement. The law requires all pets flying must have a health certificate issued from a veterinarian within 10 days; usually vaccinations are also required, and some countries have other requirements that must be met for import.
Sally Smith
Airborne Animals LLC - moving pets across the coutnry and around the world
www.airborneanimals.com

Parent/Pet Question...........?
Ok, So Im 12 Years Old And My Mom Dosnt Want To Get Any Other Pet Than A Fish. The Only Reason She Likes The Fish Is Cause Its Easy To Feed/Clean.Now, Suppose Your Kid Wanted To Get A Pet(Could Be Any Land Animal) Would You Say Yes Or No? If No Then Why. I Am Trying To Get Both Sides Of The Story Here Cause I Dnt Understand Whats Wrong With Hamsters . I Mean Ill Take Care Of Them P.S U Dont Have To Be A Parent Just Tell Me What U Would Do

Well, I've said "yes" to a lot of pets. Right now we have a dog, three cats, a rabbit, a mouse, a snake and a giant 10-year-old goldfish. I love them all. But I spend half my day (it seems) feeding them, walking them and cleaning up various bodily excretions. No one else does it. It's not that my kids are lazy or irresponsible, they're just busy - with school, sports, friends, etc. If I don't take care of the animals, it won't get done. So I'm basically a professional poop cleaner-upper. I love my pets, but my life would be a whole lot easier if I wasn't such a sucker for animals.

That's probably what your mom wants to avoid. She probably realizes how these things often work: your kids beg for a pet and promise to be totally responsible for it. And for a while, they are. But once the newness wears off, the pet is often forgotten. And then it falls to the parents to feed and take care of it, or else it dies or suffers from neglect. If you really love animals - but don't want to add another responsibility to your life - it's better not to get one.

I'm not saying that YOU would forget about your pet and not take care of it. I'm just guessing that your mom might worry that would happen, and that may be why she doesn't want to get one.

But look on the bright side. It won't be THAT long before you move out and live on your own, and then you can have all the pets you want! And if you're not careful, you can become a professional poop cleaner like me! =)

Is There A Charity That Subsidizes Veterinary Care For The Owners Of Pets Received From Shelters?
I Am A 20 Year Old College Student Interested In Getting A Dog. I Am Not Planning To Get One, However, Because I Am Unsure If I Will Be Able To Afford Veterinary Bills And Other Incidental Costs. I Am Wondering If There Are Any Charities Out There That Will Fund Vet Bills For Owners Of Pets Received From Animal Shelters, Or Any Other Ways To Make Pet Ownership Affordable.

I've never heard about charity that offers that type of services....
I guess its your responsibility of taking the veterinary bills.
If you dont want the veterinary bills then, be sure you take care
of your pets.

What Can Increasing My Chance'S Of Owning A Veterinary Animal Care Hospital Or Working In One For A First Job?
I Love Animals And I Mean All Animals I Have A Five Year Old Ball Python Three Cats And Dalmatian-Terrier Mix Dog And Three Red Ear Sliders.I Have Always Been Into Caring For My Friends Pets But I Don'T Know Much About The Veterinary Business Like Good Money?Is It Easy To Open Shop Or Even Get A Job Like The Chances Or Statistics Of Being Hired. The Funny Thing Is I Am Only Thirteen But I Want To Know What I Should Study, Which Collages Which Will Look Good For This Job, Things I Could Study Now To Get Started Maby Just As A Hobby While I Am Young I Love Helping Animals The One Thing I Could Not Do Is Put Animals Down My Gradnmother Rune A No-Kill Animal Shelter And I Volunteer At Noas Ark Animal Shelter.I Alredy Have A Colledge Fund With Around 4000 Dollars And I Recieve 50 Every Month That Is Channeled Into It And I Also Have A Bank Fund Of Mine With Around 500-600 Dollars I Make A And B Grades Every Once In A While A C.If You Can Answer Any Of My Questions Or Have Any Suggestions Post Them If Anyone Answering Is A Vet Please Post If You Like Your Job Why Or Why Not And I Have Been Hurt By Mad Animals Before So I Can Take Pain.If There Is Any Liscends I Need Please Say I Want To Know Everything Cause If I Start Now I Hope I Can Achieve Something Thanks For Answering Have A Good Day

he love for animals is important for a future in veterinary medicine. However, you have to love science as well - and people too. Just about every patient is attached to a human - the one that will pay the bill.
In most states you have to be a veterinarian to own a veterinary hospital.
Getting into vet school is more difficult than getting into medical school. You should have A grades across the boards, and have a good amount of animal related work (volunteer or other) under your belt.

Euthanasia is part of veterinary medicine. Vets put animals to sleep everyday and there is virtually no way around that. If you don't think you could ever do that then you shouldn't even consider vet school.

perhaps a career in veterinary technology would work better for you.

Look at avma.org for info about careers in veterinary medicine.

Good luck