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My Cat Was Kicked In The Side, Hard. I Know She Needs A Vet, But There Are No 24 Hour Vets In My Town?
She Is Responsive, Will Eat And Can Be Encouraged To Play A Little. Heart Rate Is 80 (A Bit Slow) And Respiration Is Normal, About 30. Her Gums Are Pink And Blood Flow Seems Good. She Will Be Going To The Vet First Thing Am. She Does Seem A Little Quieter Than Usual And Wants To Lay On My Bed Which Is Unusual, My Son Belongs To Her, Not Me. Have I Covered All The Bases? And Can Anyone Tell Me If There Is Anything Else I Need To Do?
P.S. She Is An Indoor Cat That Just Happened To Run Out The Door As An A$$Hole Walked By. He Kicked Her As Hard As He Could And Then He Ran Away. Good Thing He Ran, Or I'D Probably Be In Jail Right Now. I Will Be Sitting Up With Her All Night.
So far, so good. The cat doesn't appear to be seriously damaged. Now all you have to do is keep it quiet and still for the night. Do not try to medicate it and stop feeding it. If it has internal injuries it should not be eating. Leave it water but no food and don't handle it unless you absolutely have to. If it is seriously injured it probably won't want to move much anyway.
Good luck at the vets.
Vet Said Not To Give My Puppy Or Food For 24 Hours?
My Puppy Been Puking Since Monday After I Gave Him Worm Medicine And The Vet Said Not To Give Him Food Or Water For 24 Hours. Just Give Him Ice Cubes...But He Is So Hungry. He Is Watching My Other Dog Eat And He Is Crying And Trying To Get To Her When Shes Eating. Tomorrow She Said Just Give Him A Little Lean Hamburger N Rice...Is There Anything I Can Give Him Now That Would Be Okay For Him Because He Is So Hungry And He Is Skinny The Way It Is And I Hate Making Him Starve.
Follow the vet's instructions. I know it's hard but sometimes an animal's stomach needs time for the inflammation and irritation to calm down before they can handle food again. He's not going to starve to death going without food for a day, in spite of what he may try to convince you. Be strong, give him plenty of love and attention, and know that this is for his own good.
Which Universities Owns Both Medical School & School Of Veterinary Medicine?
Please Point Out The Following Schools Which Own Both &Quot;Medical School&Quot; & &Quot;School Of Veterinary Medicine&Quot;
Thanks A Lot!!
Johns Hopkins University (Md)
University Of Pennsylvania
University Of California-San Francisco
Washington University In St. Louis
Duke University (Nc)
Stanford University (Ca)
University Of Washington
Yale University (Ct)
Columbia U. College Of Physicians And Surgeons (Ny)
University Of California-Los Angeles (Geffen)
University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University Of California-San Diego
Cornell University (Weill) (Ny)
University Of Pittsburgh
University Of Chicago (Pritzker)
Northwestern University (Feinberg) (Il)
University Of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University Of Wisconsin-Madison
University Of Iowa (Carver)
Dartmouth Medical School (Nh)
New York University
University Of Rochester (Ny)
University Of Southern California (Keck)
Of the schools that you list,only Cornell University, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Wisconsin have both a medical school and a school of veterinary medicine.
There are others -- like the University of Minnesota, Auburn University and The University of Missouri that have both.
There are only about 28 Vet schools in the US. See the link below to get a list. It should be easy to search to see which of these also has a midical school.
What Do You Think Of Those Mobile Veterinary Units For Pets?
My Kitten Was 6 Mo. Old And In Heat. Like Everyone Else, We Are Feeling The Economical Crunch But I Also Did Not Want This Little Tiny Cat Getting Pregnant. She Was So Tiny, She Looked 8 Wks Old. Having A Litter Would Have Killed Her For Sure. I Would Never Allow It Anyway And She'S An Indoor Cat. My Daughter Told Me Of A Mobile Unit That Comes Around Once A Week To Do Spaying And Neutering Of Animals. They Also Do The Shots If The Pet Has Not Had Them. So I Called, The Price Was Right And Told Them That She Needed Her Initial Shots As Well. Everything Was Set, My Daughter Knew The Area And She Brought The Cat In. We Picked Her Up At The End Of The Day. Well, For Some Reason, They Didn;T Giver Her The Shots. So, I Called Back And 2 Wks Later My Daughter Brought Her Back For The Shots. She Dropped The Cat Off And Waited Outside The Unit. Everyone There Heard This Horrible Blood Curdling Scream. My Daughter Said It Was Horrible. The Vet Came Out And Asked Who Brought This Cat In And He Had My Cat In The Carrier. My Daughter Said It Was Hers. He Told Her He Couldn'T Get Near The Cat. She Was The One Screaming. When Told Me This She Said, &Quot;Mom, You Should Have Seen Her. As Soon As She Saw The Vet, It Was Like She Recognized Him And Her Eyes Were Wide, Her Fur Was Standing Straight, She Hissed At Him But, I Left To Wait Outside. I Had No Idea The Screaming Was From Her Until The Vet Called Me In&Quot;. Well I Want To Explain Something For Those Of You Who Are Not Medical And Don'T Know Terms. When Anyone, Be It Man Or Animal, Has Surgery, The Dr Will Give This Drug Called Succinacholine. In Short, Succs. It'S A Paralytic Drug But Has To Be Used In Combination With Anesthesia. This Drug Prevents The Patients From Moving And Without Anesthesia, Surgery Could Be Performed And You Couldn'T Do A Darn Thing To Let Them Know You Were Awake. I Firmly Believe That'S What Happened Here. This Is Why It'S Inexpensive. Gosh, I Pray I'M Wrong Because I Brought Her To My Own Vet After That And She Never Acted Like That. She Doesn'T Like The Cat Carrier Because I Think She Associates The Carrier With That Vet. So, Sometimes, We Just Take Her For A Ride In The Carrier So She Will Know That Not All Rides End Up Bad. So Tell Me, Do You Think This Could Be The Case? Why Else Would My Cat React In Such A Horrible Way As Soon As She Saw That Vet. I Wish I Had Some Proof Of What Went On, But I Don'T. The Only Paper Work I Got Was The Fact That She Was Spayed On Such A Date And A Tag For Her Collar. I Really Believe She Felt The Entire Sugical Proceedure. You Have No Idea How I Pray I'M Wrong Because If This Vet Did It To Her, He'S Doing It To All Animals. It'S A Terrible Scary Thought. Can Someone Put My Mind At Ease, But Give Me Your Honest Opinion. Thank You.
The mobile spay/neuter clinics are providing an invaluable service and they do not skimp on supplies or perform procedures any differently than they would be performed in a private vet's office. I don't believe anything was done wrong with your cat. Some simply have this reaction after a first visit to a vet. I rescued one of mine at about six months. He was sick with a URI, had been shot with a bb gun and had a bb lodged at the base of his tail and was generally in poor shape. My first stop was the vet's office, where he was administered medication for a few days to get him over the hump on his illness, then operated on to remove the bb and neuter him. I do not question the practices of my vet in the least, and know that he received the best quality care possible. Since that first visit, Casper (the cat in my avatar) turns into a demon kitty at the vet's office. They even have a red sticker on his chart warning staff that he's a difficult patient. He simply doesn't like the vet and considered it to be a bad experience from the beginning, but it has nothing to do with the quality of care he received. Years ago I had another cat who was so bad that the vet had to come to my house to give him annual checkups and vaccinations. The only other option was to sedate him with happy gas while he was still in the carrier... if I could even get him in it. I wouldn't automatically jump to the conclusion that the vet did anything wrong in this case. It's more likely that the cat just had a bad reaction to the experience period... not that she was mistreated in any way.
Sooo I'M Thinking About Being A Veterinarian &Quot;When I Grow Up&Quot;. I Carry A Straight B In Science Now And I'M In 9Th Grade. I More Or Less Love Science And I Get I'M Going To Have To Take A Lot Of Science Classes In College Before I Go To Vet School.
I'M Confused. In Vet School, Do You Learn The Basics First And/Or Do You Decide What Branch Of Vet You Want To Be? I'M Thinking I Want To Be An Exotics. Chinchillas, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, And All That.
How Much Do They Make In A Year? I'Ve Heard That Make A Lot And I'Ve Also Heard They Make Enough To Get By In Life With.
I Really Love Animals And I'M Also A Vegetarian :]
So, Yeah! If You Could Answer That, Thanks A Lot!
In veterinarian school, you first all learn everything together. After two to three years, you then declare your "specialty" such as large animal, small animal, mixed animal, equine, etc.
Veterinarians make good money, but something to consider is the cost of veterinarian school. If your parents are paying for it, no worry. For most kids though, student loans is how they pay. A graduate can rack up $150,000+ in loans. All that money, plus interest, means you will be repaying them for many, many years to come.
The average salary for a veterinarian just starting out is $30,000 to $40,000. That is not a lot for someone who went to eight years of school! Human doctors start out at $100,000+! With years of experience, a vet's salary increases, and will probably get $65,000 a year. That is good money, but like I said, no where near what you could be making as a human doctor.
As for your grades... B's are okay, but not good enough. You need to get A's and be one of the top kids in your class. Veterinarian school is harder to get into then Med school!
Also one thing that you may want to consider... as your schooling to become a veterinarian, you will work with cattle and swine and other food animals. Being a vegetarian, will you be able to do that?
I Really Would Like To Be A Vet When I Finish High School. Are There A Lot Of Large Animal Vets Out There? Is There A Big Need For More? How Much On Average Do They Make? What Is A Good Vet School Around Oklahoma? Is It More Challenging Than Rewarding? I Really Want To Know.
The call for Veterinarians is rising, for every sized animal you can think of. Of course it's not easy and it requires many years of college and graduate (or masters?) schools and there are only a handful of universities that even teach anything closely related to anything veterinary wise and they are very competitive so you need to be in the top percentage of your class to even have a shot of getting into those. Of course you can go to a regular university and then transfer in but you still need top marks.
I work at a Veterinary Hospital and I've known the owner for quiet some time (since I've been born basically) since my dad worked at the hospital too and she's a very wealthy lady off of her own money if you don't include what her husband makes. I'd say she makes close to $300,000/year. Of course that's also because she's the owner of the small business and owns the building so she gets anything left over at the end of the year that isn't used for bills or taxes or anything needed for the business or building itself... so if you take that away she still makes ... I'd say about $190,000/year with just her career... But keep in mind also that she's been doing this for... maybe 20-30 or so years
I wanted to become a veterinarian too but the workload for me at a regular university was just too stressful for me to handle without breaking down so I switched out into a different field. Of course it's rewarding if you can get through it all and get to where you want to be but it's a lot of hard work and long nights of lap reports and research and endless hours of typing on computers to complete everything on time. Veterinary isn't all about biology but you have to take chemistry, physics, botany, zoology, etc ... to get through... (I've taken, Biology 1 and 2, Chemistry 1 and 2, Physics 1, and part of zoology but I hate botany so I'm glad I switched before that)
Some say that the science field is the hardest field to get through from any college, especially if you have to do labs that go with the class itself but are completely different so in class you could be learning one thing but during the lab another thing and sometimes they relate but often they're completely different and then imagine having to take 4 or 5 science classes during a single semester or year and then having 4 to 5 labs to go with it with a lab report due for each one every week... and a lab report, at least for my university, is just like a regular paper, at least 3 to 5 pages long ... etc ...