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Looking For A Good Animal Hospital In The Inland Empire?
Alta Rancho Pet And Bird Hospital In Alta Loma, Ca Is The Best!!! Located At 8677 19Th Street In Alta Loma. If You Go There, Make Sure To Mention That I Sent You And You Will Receive Your First Visit At 1/2 Off The Normal Price. Check Out Their Website At Www.Altaranchopet.Com. If You Like What You See, Go There And You Will Not Be Disappointed----I Wasn'T!!! Tell Them Scott Doud Sent You (Write It Down So U Dont Forget).

Hi Scott...thanks for being so thoughtful to let others know about Alta Rancho Pet and Bird Hospital in Alta Loma http://www.altaranchopet.com

Perhaps you would be able to help more people by posting this in your local Craigslist PET section http://geo.craigslist.org/iso/us/ca -- choose the nearest city, then under the Community section look for subsection "Pets" to begin posting.

Can Birds Sneeze??????
I Swear I Saw One Of Them Buggers Sneeze Today...

Yes!!....I've watched them at the bird hospital I work at (quite funny)
They can get stuff in their nostrils, just like us.

Good Colleges For Medical Or Veterinary Programs?
Answer Both If Possible- I'm Already Looking Into A&M

I know Tufts, UC Davis and Cornell have both. Besides those three I'm not sure. All three of these are excellent schools.
Here's a list of the 28 US vet schools. It's probably easiest to look at these to see if they have medical schools then trying to look at the 150 medical schools to see if they have vet schools.

Should I Become A Veterinary Assistant Or A Medical Assistant?
Im Heading To High School Soon Then To College & Im Wondering If I Should Study For Medical Assistant Or Veterinary Assistant? Im Also Wondering Which Makes Good Money In The U.S Which Is Where Im Going To By Working.

i suggest you not to go for medical assistant because i'm a medical assistant and i still havent found a job trust me there are several medical assistant that still havent got a job....but if u're pursue for nursing or whatever that involve clinic procedure than just go for ur bachelor or associate degree trust me it's worth it

What Is The Difference Between A Veterinary Doctor And A Veterinary Technician?

A veterinary technician is to a veterinary doctor as a medical assistant is to a medical doctor.

A veterinary technician assists the veterinary doctor and is only authorized to do very basic things. A veterinary technician doesn't really need much educatation and doesn't make very much money compared to a veterinary doctor who needs alot of education and makes pretty good salary. Aldo the veterinary doctor usually owns the office and is therefore the "boss" whereas the technician is an employee.

Is A Veterinary Technician Job Right For Me?
I Love Animals, Love Love Love Them. I Don'T Want To Be Too Involved In The Medical Side, Like A Vet Would Be. I Don'T Want To Be On-Call Too Often, I Want To Have A Pretty Established Salary/Career, And To Be Able To Earn And Save Enough Money. It Would Be Nice To Work Up To A Higher Position... I Know I Want A Masters, I Wanted A Doctorate But The Work And Money Is Overwhelming To Me Involving That... I Read Though That A Masters Gets You Into A Vet Technologist, Not A Vet Technician. I Want Hands On, Not Research... I Want To Live Well, Not Poorly... (At Least A Nice Apartment That Is Clean And Doesn'T Smell Lol.) I Like Organization And Filing Papers And Computers And Talking With Other People Too, And I Love The Idea Of Being Around Animals, Even If It Doesn'T Mean Playing With Them Or Cuddling Them. I Want To Establish A Good Work Life With My Co Workers And My Boss, Which Would Be A Vet In This Case, The Kind Where You Are Friends Outside Of Work Too, And Have Things In Common... Do I Sound Like I'D Be A Good Vet Tech? An Odd Bq, But: Where Do The Dogs Tails Go After They Dock Them? Thanks For The Advice!!

There are no schools offering a masters degree in veterinary technology. You can earn an associates degree or a bachelor's degree. Those with a bachelor's degree are termed "veterinary technologists" by the AVMA, but that title is only legally recognized in one state currently.

If you don't want to be too involved in the medical side, then a position as a veterinary technician or technologist is not for you. Vet techs are very hands on and involved in the medical care of the patients. Veterinary technicians also do not typically (in any part of the US) make more than $48k a year.

A better choice for you skills-wise would likely be to earn a business management degree and work towards becoming a certified veterinary practice manager. This will make good use of your organizational skills and still have you working in a veterinary facility. http://vhma.affiniscape.com/displaycommo...