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FAQ

Are 24 Hour Cat Tranquilizers Safe?
I Am Driving Cross Country From Ohio To Ca With My Two Cats. I Talked To A Vet And He Told Me That He Would Give Me Tablets (Tranquilizer) For My Cats And It Would Knock Them Out For 24 Hours. Is That Safe For My Cat To Be Out That Long? Please Help!! Thank You

I'm not medically qualified, but 24 hours under sedation without a vet handy sounds rather risky to me. I would personally call a few other local vets for their professional opinion.

When I moved countries, I took my 17 year old cat with me. After a 5 hour flight, we then had a 12 hour drive to our destination. My own vet recommended against sedation of any kind. He explained to me that if there was any air-turbulence during the flight that she wouldn't be alert enough to steady herself in her carrier. (Apparently a lot of cats are injured this way). The same applies to travelling by car in case you have to break suddenly or negotiate sharp bends in the road. This link has some tips you may find helpful.

http://www.fabcats.org/owners/travelling...

I also spent the month prior to travelling, training her to walk on a harness so that we could both stop for breaks and stretch our legs during the journey. This link explains how to do this if you're interested.

http://www.wikihow.com/Leash-Train-a-Cat

Spraying the interior of the pet carrier with Feliway may help calm the cats, or put an unwashed item of your clothing in their carrier as they'll find the smell comforting and reassuring. Bach Flower Remedies can safely be given to cats to help soothe them for a road trip. The link below explains which ones to use and how to administer them.

http://www.critterchat.net/bach.htm

Will you be stopping overnight during the journey? This link has a list of pet-friendly accomodation.

http://www.petswelcome.com/

Hope everything works out. Good luck.

Does Anyone Know The Number To 24 Hour Vet

Sorry, we don't know where you are...

Check your yellow pages, or call your normal Vets office - They will usually either have a Vet on-call, or the number for an Emergency Clinic on their after hours recording.

Pet/Dog/Vet Question. Hip Dysplashia?
Ok So My St. Bernard Is About 1 Year And 3 Months Old. I Noticed A Bump On Her Front Right Elbow And Noticed She Didnt Like Walking Very Far. So I Took Her Into The Vet And He Said She Had Dysplashia In All For Of Her Legs And All He Could Do Was Drain The Fluid Between Her Joint. Anywho When I Went To Pick Her Up From The Procedure The Bump Looked Huge! Like The Size Of A Golfball And I Also Realized Now She Had A Huge Bump On Her Other Elbow As Well! I Feel So Bad For Her Cuz Shes A Pup But My Question Is... Is That Normal? *For The Bumps To Get Big Like They Did. About 1/2Golf Ball Size. Doc Said They Were Just Swollen And Theyll Return To Normal But Its Been 2 Months Now And They Havnt. Please Help!!!

i work at a vets office and we had a 6 month old bloodhound come in with a baseball size lump on his elbow... we determined that it was from him flopping down on to his elbow super hard and now its kind of liek "water on the knee" but on the elbow... its just joint fluid and he should be fine... as for hip and elbow dysplasia... usually you dont see that externally... those thigns have to be confirmed with x rays... and dysplasia is a malformation of the bone and joint... but it shouldnt have caused bumps like that.... i would say the next step is to go for a second opinion at another vets or even to an orthopedic specialist... dysplasia is progressive and for a young dog like that to have it in all 4 legs its hard to say how well shes going to get along in her life... i hopeeverythign goes well for ya and that i helped ya out...

Should You Take Your Pet To The Vet?
I Have 2 Weiner Dogs, Both Are 7 And I'Ve Had Them For 5 Years. I'Ve Never Taken Them To The Vet Or Anything Before, If They Were Sick Or Injured I Would Take Them But They Aren'T Registered For A Vet And Have Never Gotten A Check Up. They Are Both Healthy And Happy And I Always Make Sure They Are Clean, Healthy, And Have Food And Water. I Was Just Wondering If You Should Register Them To The Vet??

Dogs should be examined and vaccinated by a vet every year. They should be on monthly heart worm prevention and monthly flea and tick prevention. Dogs not on heart worm prevention are almost guaranteed to get heart worms and if left untreated, it is ALWAYS fatal. Essentially, adult female worms attach to the inside of the main arteries around the heart and cause congestion (imagine a garden hose stuffed full of noodles). This causes breathing problems, heart murmurs, and fluid back up into their lungs.
Most heart worm prevention also takes care of a lot of common intestinal parasites, most of which can be passed on to people, that feed on blood and can cause major anemia if left untreated.
Even dogs that have been vaccinated in the past still need booster shots yearly. If your dogs bite you or someone else, and they're not up to date on rabies shots, they will be seized and destroyed to be tested for rabies. There is nothing more heartbreaking than being a vet tech and watching a 10 year old dog dying from distemper because they weren't boosted every year. Most diseases your dogs are vaccinated against are FATAL (things like distemper, parvo, lepto, rabies) and there is no reason to let a dog get sick and die because you don't take them to a vet.
You can't say that your dogs are healthy if they haven't been seen by a vet in five years. Waiting until there is an emergency is not a good idea. Most vets that will gladly see a regular patient in the middle of the night for something will tell you to find an emergency clinic, and that they can't help you. Having a regular vet will save you money in the long run and will ensure your dogs have a much healthier life.
Just FYI, as well, if someone finds out your dogs haven't been to a vet in that long, you can be charged with neglect.

What Is A Veteran?
I Just Need Some Details For A Social Studies Report.

It can be categorized in many ways.
1. Veteran of a war (War Veteran).
2. Veteran of the Military (Not War Times).
3. Veteran of a Company (Was there when it started).
There others if you include #3.
Most times it refer to a military veteran both war time and peace time.

What Is A Veterinarian?
I'Ve Heard Of These Creatures. But It Seems They Are Like Unicorns. Everyone Dreams Of Them But Actually Never Sees Them. I Hear They Go To A School Of Some Form Like Any Medical Doctor. And There They Are Taught To Treat, Diagnose, And Yes Even Correctly Prescribe Medications That Can Make Animals Well. My ?'S Would Be Didn'T You Know Your Pet Could Get Sick When You Choose To Care For One? Why Would You Spend More Money With Home Remedies, Without Any Knowledge Of What'S Really Going On, Instead Of Taking Your Pet To A Dr. That Can Correctly Diagnose And Treat Your Pet? Chocolate, Grapes, Table Scraps, Bones, Etc...You Know They'Re Bad For Your Pet. Why Does It Matter Why? Don'T Feed Them To It. Should It Matter If Sally'S Dog Next Door Does Fine Eating Hershey Bars? You Understand It'S Bad, Why Argue? Where Do The Vets Work That Are In It Just For The Money? I'D Like To Meet One. It Seems So Many Think This, But Have You Seen The Car Your Vet Is Driving?

Yep. A Land Rover that costs about 10 times my car.
This isn't the place to have a rant dear.

Edit:
Get over yourselves. It is true. The guy drives a Land Rover, it is 10 times more expensive than my car and you aren't allowed to make a post simply for ranting.