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

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FAQ

Anybody Know Of Any Animal Hospitals In Miami That Treat Birds Too?
I Live In Miami, And Wish To Seek An Animal Hospital That Can Also Treat Birds And Is Close To My House. I Found A Bird Who Seems To Be Missing An Eye. Today I Am Going To An Animal Hospital To See If They Treat Birds But I Still Would Love To Know About Other Hospitals. Please.

These sites explain all about what to do for orphan and injured birds -
http://www.crowsystems.com/rehab/babybir... - this is an excellent article - be sure to read down the entire page for info on how to care.
http://www.stokesbirdsathome.com/q&a/arc...
http://besgroup.blogspot.com/2006/02/wha...
http://www.projectwildlife.org/find-babysongbirds.htm
And these Yahoo Answers too -
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Aq1GdvtmX27UJrgshR77Jersy6IX?qid=20060711181307AAZ59uh
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=1006050608886

I've got a lot of links to wildlife carers from a lot of countries on my site, at
http://au.geocities.com/leaswebsite/links under "Wildlife Assistance" - just click on them all, click on your country and state, have a browse, 'phone them and ask their advice.

Very very best of luck.

What Is A Good Bird Hospital?
My Bird Goes Into Weird Sezure Modes Whats A Good Animal Hospital?

This Should Help You:
http://www.aav.org/vet-lookup/

What Is A Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer?
What Is A Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer And What Do They Do? I Am Interested In Becoming A Vet And I Saw This And Was Wondering What It Is.

Job Opportunities with the Fed Government and State Department of Health and Human Services.
Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM). Supervisory PHV (Public Health Veterinarian)

Duties
• planning, organizing, coordinating and adapting the full range of meat and poultry inspection operations in slaughter and/or processing establishments;
• ensuring establishments meet requirements of the Pathogen Reduction and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations;
• overseeing other consumer protection, non-food safety concerns such as proper labeling and packaging;
• serving as team leader who works with and supervises other public health professionals to ensure establishments under our jurisdiction comply with sanitation standards and properly implement systems that control hazards from entering the food supply;
• enforcing Federal meat and poultry inspection procedures prior to slaughter and throughout the entire establishment, including humane handling, ante-mortem inspection, post-mortem inspection, processing operations, veterinary dispositions, and transportation and distribution of meat, poultry, and egg products to markets and retail stores
In this position, you will have a dynamic, multifaceted role protecting consumers as a Public Health Veterinarian. You will conduct food safety assessments of one or more slaughter and/or processing establishments to ensure processes, facilities, procedures and equipment are technically and scientifically sound and meet regulatory and public health protection regulations. Your duties will encompass closely planning, organizing, coordinating and adapting the full range of meat and poultry inspection operations in privately owned establishments.

You will be directing ante mortem and post mortem inspection of livestock and/or poultry to detect, identify and diagnose conditions that may render food products unfit for human consumption. You will utilize communication skills by regularly conferring with plant management to ensure regulatory requirements are met. In addition, you may supervise other FSIS employees such as one or more food inspectors and/or consumer safety inspectors. You will also be responsible for overseeing the humane handling and slaughter of livestock, and providing veterinary medical expertise on the proper disposition of animals and/or carcasses. As a Public Health Veterinarian, you will also ensure that plants meet requirements of the Pathogen Reduction and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations, as well as overseeing other consumer protection, non-food safety concerns such as proper labeling.

You will conduct food safety assessments of one or more slaughter and/or processing establishments to ensure process, procedures, facilities and equipment are technically and scientifically sound and meet regulatory and public health protection regulations. Applicants need to have obtained a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or equivalent degree, i.e., Veterinary Medical Doctor (VMD), from a school or college of veterinary medicine accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA).

Qualifications:
Degree: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or equivalent degree, i.e., Veterinary Medical Doctor (VMD), obtained at a school or college of veterinary medicine accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA). The AVMA web site, http://www.avma.org, has a listing of all AVMA-accredited veterinary medical schools.

.You must have a DVM degree (or will receive your DVM degree within the next nine months) from an AVMA accredited veterinary medical school. If you have a degree from a foreign veterinary medical school, that is not accredited by the AVMA, click on this REQUIREMENTS link.

You will start at either the AP-0701-03 or AP-0701-04. To qualify at the AP-0701-04, you must have:
•At least one year of post DVM specialized professional veterinary experience that demonstrates the ability to independently perform the veterinary medical duties required of the position; or

A Master's degree, from an accredited college, in an area of specialization; or

Successfully completed two years of an internship, residency program, or fellowship training program in a discipline related to the position.

Medical Or Veterinary Assistant?
I Want To Use My Gi Bill To Go To School Like A Medical Institute. But I Cant Make Up My Mind On Wether I Should Be A Veterinary Assistant Or A Medical Assistant? What Do You Think Is Better? What Gets Better Pay?

VETERINARY ..... PEOPLE PAY DEARLY FOR THEIR ANIMALS MEDICAL YOU CAN ONLY GO SO FAR WITH A MEDICAL ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE OR DEGREE... WITH A VET. ASSIST, YOU CAN CAN DO SIDE WORK AND MAKE MONEY MEDICAL YOU CANT.

Is It Really Nescessary For Me To Neuter My Rabbit?
Okay Im Planning On Getting A Male Rabbit Only One, It Wont Really Be Around Any Other Rabbits Unless At Some Point It Comes In Contact With One Of My Friend'S Rabbits(Also Male, But Not Neutered) Should I Really Get It Neutered Or Will It Be Fine?

Altered rabbits are healthier and live longer than unaltered rabbits. Your neutered male rabbit will live longer, given that he won't be tempted to fight with other animals (rabbits, cats, etc.) due to his sexual aggression.

Altered rabbits make better companions. They are calmer, more loving, and dependable once the undeniable urge to mate has been removed. In addition, rabbits are less prone to destructive (chewing, digging) and aggressive (biting, lunging, circling, growling) behaviour after surgery.

Avoidance of obnoxious behavior. Unneutered male rabbits spray, and both males and females are much easier to litter train, and much more reliably trained, after they have been altered.

Altered rabbits won't contribute to the problem of overpopulation of rabbits. Over 7 million adorable dogs, cats, and rabbits are killed in animal shelters in this country every year. In addition, unwanted rabbits are often abandoned in fields, parks, or on city streets to fend for themselves, where they suffer from starvation, sickness, and are easy prey to other animals or traffic accidents.

Altered rabbits can safely have a friend to play with. Rabbits are social animals and enjoy the company of other rabbits. But unless your rabbit is altered, he or she cannot have a friend, either of the opposite sex, or the same sex, due to sexual and aggressive behaviors triggered by hormones.

Spaying and neutering for rabbits has become a safe procedure when performed by experienced rabbit veterinarians. The House Rabbit Society has had over 1000 rabbits spayed or neutered with approximately 0.1% mortality due to anesthesia. A knowledgeable rabbit veterinarian can spay or neuter your rabbit with very little risk to a healthy rabbit. Don't allow a veterinarian with little or no experience with rabbits to spay or neuter your rabbit.

Anyone Had Their Rabbit Neutered?
I'M Getting A Buck And A Doe, So I Will Have To Neuter The Buck. I'Ve Been Thinking That It'S Quite Cruel, But It'S Necessary, So I Just Wanted To Know: 1. What'S The Operation Like? 2. Are There Any Risks With The Anaesthetic? 3. Is It Traumatizing To The Rabbit? 4. What Would I Need To Do In The Week Before And After The Operation?

I have had one of my rabbits spayed out of the two I have. The neuter operation is a lot less risky than the spay (the spay operation involves an internal operation). There is always risks with anesthetic, but my rabbit was fine. Week before, book the operation. You are not allowed to give the rabbit much food the day before the operation because the stomach needs to be empty to operate. Afterwards make sure the rabbit is healthy and she/he will be fine.