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FAQ

Have You Ever Been High At The Dentist?
And Have You Ever Asked The Dentist, &Quot;Are You A Cat?&Quot;?

Ya one time I had to get a tooth pulled and I was like drunk as a skunk. ( I don't drink btw) I didn't ask the dentist "Are you a cat? but I was giggling non stop till I woke up. That's what they told me anyway. I don't know should I believe them? Now Im paranoid

Can I Get My Dentist To Clean My Cats Teeth?
It Cost So Much For The Vet To Do It So Maybe My Dentist Could Do My Cat The Same Time Time As Mine. Two For The Price Of One.

No you probably can't , dentists have only experience with human teeth and cat teeth work in a different way so i'm sorry that you'll have to find a way to save money for the vet to do it.

What Must I Do If My Dog Is Poison With Aldicarb I Stay In South Africa And A Emergency Vet Is Not Availible?
This Is Done On A Daily Basis By Criminals In South Africa And Emergency Vets Is Not Always Availible Can We Give Milk Or What Do Your People Suggest ??

Hi Rudie:
I find it odd that an emergency vet is not always available. You should at least be able to speak to him on a phone, or he should have a qualified technician at the office for just this situation.
I worked in a veterinarian clinice as office manager for 9 yrs. One of the answers given to you was to ingest vomiting with hyrdrogen peroxide. This can be used in some cases, but is not recommended in all cases when trying to ingest vomiting. I googled the word aldicarb, and this is what you should do as well. There were a number of entries and one article explained that indeed criminals are using it in South Africa to quiet dogs in order to carry out their nefarious activities. They describe this poison as worse that arsenic, and it is supposed to be monitored SO well that it can only be used by, or in the sight of a qualified technician.

The usual treatment is an injection of Atropine, intravenously or intra muscular. In one article it said it could be done sub q- which means "just under the skin". In this case your veterinarian might be willing to give you a syringe of this medication to keep on hand, since he is not always available. They also recommend ingesting vomiting using activated charcoal. This is something you should be able to purchase at a pharmacy, or from your vet. As well, electrolyte treatment is recommended. This is usually done intravenously, but there is a formula you can get from your vet to make your own electrolytes- sorry I can't remember it right now, but it includes potasium chloride, sugar,and salt- there might be a 4th ingredient. You should also be able to purchase Pedialights for children, which is similar. Or, sports drinks such as Gatorade, and Powerade which are also a form of electrolytes. However, this may not work because if you ingest vomiting with the charcoal, and then try and give electrolytes by mouth he may just vomit them up. It probably needs to be done intravenouly in order to flush the system and to help counteract the effects, but this may be something that can be slighty delayed enough to reach your vet. Again, if I were you I would google the topic and read the articles, but since your vet is not always available, and since this poisoning is happening more often, I would discuss it with your vet and ask him what you should do! Good Luck!

No Vet Open Until Monday Is This A Emergency? ?
My 9 Year Old German Shepard Threw Up Today And Had Diarrhea So I Did Not Feed Her Before Work.. I Just Got Home And There Was Dark Red Bloody Poop , Some Little Clumps Mostly A Liquid Then Lighter Red Blood Splatters... What Could It Be From And What Should I Do As Of Now... I Did Just Feed Her And She Ate It All Plus She Does Have Some Energy. Please Help

I would see if you can find an emergency vet in your area. You may not need to take her in tonight if she is acting ok, but I don't like the idea of her not being seen til Monday either. Also take an inventory of areas she has access to, and make sure she hasn't eaten anything potentially toxic. Could gardeners or neighbors have put down poison of some kind? Did she get into trash? Did she find a bottle of medicine? Chew a plant? If any of it is possible, find an emergency center to take her to right away.
If not, I would stop her normal dog food for now and feed a bland diet. Boiled white rice, pasta, cottage cheese, boiled chicken are all good for a bland diet. Feed small amounts 2 to 3 times daily. if she starts vomiting, give only water for 8 hours and try bland diet again. You can add small amounts of unflavored Pedialyte to her water to help keep her hydrated. She can also get a 10 mg Pepcid AC twice daily.

If she gets lethargic, vomits repeatedly, or gets worse, get her to an emergency vet this weekend. If she seems to be improving or holding steady with this treatment, call the vet Monday for further instructions. You can see if she's hydrated by piching and pulling up her scruff. If it snaps back, she's hydrated. If it stays or goes down slowly, she's dehydrated. If her gums become pale, get her to a vet right away! Good luck!

Should I Take My Dog To The Vet For Eating Stuffed Animals?
I Have A 6 Pound Chihuahua Maltese And She'S Been Doing It For Over A Year, Probably Over Two; She'Ll Get Little Stuffed Animals, Play With Them And Rip Out The Stuffing, Then Gnaw On The Fabric. She Sometimes Bites Pieces Off And Swallows Them, But When I See Her Do That I'Ll Take The Toy Away And She Gets In Trouble. I Saw An Article The Other Day That Talked About Intestinal Blockage In Dogs That Eat Foreign Objects And I Got Scared So I Looked Up The Symptoms For It And She Has None Of Them. She Eats Normally, She Runs Around All The Time, She'S Very Hyper, Normal Bowel Movements. The Only Thing I'Ve Seen Is That She Throws Up More Than My Other Chihuahua And Sometimes After Drinking A Lot Of Water She'Ll Cough It Up. Sometimes I Do Find Little Pieces Of The Animals In Her Poop, But She Doesn'T Have Any Trouble Going. She Doesn'T Eat The Eyes, I Always Cut Them Out Before I Give Them To Her, Or The Stuffing. Just The Fabric. Should I Take Her To The Vet To Get Checked? We'Re Very Tight For Money Right Now, Our Income Has Dropped Over $1,000 Monthly, But I'M Very Scared That There Might Be Something Wrong And Fear That If I Don'T Get Her At Least A Check Up Something Bad Could Happen. And When I Do Take Her For Her Routine Check Ups, The Vet Doesn'T Find Anything Wrong With Her. She'S Been Doing It For A Long Time, So I Don'T Know If I Should Be Worried So Much. Also, Are There Any Organizations That Will Help With Vet Bills? I Live In California. Thank You!!

You are right to be concerned! But your dog doesn't have an intestinal obstruction and doesn't need to be seen right now. However, the majority of cases I see that do have an intestinal blockage have a history like your dog's. They have been known to eat things and swallow things they shouldn't be. Some of them get away with it for years. I had one client who told me she would find her dog's toys out in the yard in piles of poop. It's amazing how large of an object a dog can pass. But eventually something is going to get stuck.

When a dog develops an obstruction, they usually will start vomiting. They have a hard time keeping food down or maybe won't have any appetite at all. They become depressed. Depending on how long it has been going on, they may also stop defecating, or develop diarrhea. It comes on pretty fast, and progresses pretty fast. Depending on where the blockage is and whether it a complete or partial blockage, they may or may not be able to drink or hold water down. Dehydration is common.

Having a GI obstruction is a serious condition and can be fatal. With early treatment, usually these animals do just fine. But surgery or endoscopy can be expensive.

I recommend that you find only toys that you dog can't tear apart. I also recommend putting some money aside each month and build up a dog-care savings account. You can use this for annual exams and vaccines, and god forbid if your dog ever does develop a GI obstruction you will have the money to treat the dog. Many dogs have been euthanized after developing a GI obstruction when the owner couldn't afford the cost to treat the dog.

Hope this helps.

I Want To Become A Vet For Underwater/Marine Animals?
If I Want To Work With Animals That Live Underwater, Would I Be Able To With Them At Places Like Seaworld? As One Of The Vetenarians There? I'Ve Always Loved Seaworld And Aquatic Animals And I Just Wonder If Its Possible To Have A Job Position As A Vet There?

I can think that if you REALLY want to get into it the best collage you should probbably go to it A&M down in Corpus Christie (Texas). They have a collage that speciaizes in Marine life but as for getting a job there, yes its possible. It will probbably take a lot of work, because you'll have to work you're way up. The care of the animals will be a very serious job. Every one of those animals are worth a TON of money, considering how many mariene animals are endangered nowadays. But of course, every place with animals has to have a vet. Espically a place with exoctic animals.