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FAQ

Will Getting My Dog Neutered Stop Him From Scratching The Door Down?
I Have A 2 Year Old Shi Tzu Who Is Rather Playful, Sometimes Goes Over The Top Will Snap At Me And The 2 Other People I Live With. He Just Kinda Goes Into This Weird Mood Where His Tails Wagging And He Just Can'T Keep Still And He'Ll Snap At You If You Go Near Him And Tries To Nibble Your Toes. He Also Has An Awful Obsession With Scratching The Door When I Leave. When We Leave The House Or Go To Bed We Will Keep Him In The Kitchen And He Will Scratch On The Door Non Stop, Its So Loud It Wakes Us All Up At 6:00Am Every Morning! Its Not Just Something He Does A Little, He'S Been Doing It Every Night For Months! I'M Getting Him Neutered Tomorrow To Try And Calm Him Down A Little, I'Ve Heard Crating Him Will Help Stop The Scratching, I Feel Bad Locking Him Up Though, Even Though My Kitchen Door Has Been Reduced To About A Centimeter Thick At The Bottom Where He'S Been Scratching! Will I Need To Crate Him?

Neutering will not stop him from scratching at the door.

Crating a dog is not bad. Canines are den animals by nature, so they enjoy a smaller enclosed area to themselves. If your puppy has separation anxiety, which sounds like he does, he will probably hate being crated at first. Don't use the crate as punishment, but you need to lock him up if he is going to destroy your house.

You need to start training him. Random snapping at people should never be allowed or tolerated.

When A Male Dog Gets Neutered....?
Do They Cut The Testicles Off Or Do They Just Snip Something? My Dog Is Getting Neutered Today And My Dad And I Have A Disagreement; He Thinks They Chop 'Em Off, I Think They Just Give Him A Snip. Who'S Right?

Usually the scrotum is cut open and the testicles are removed through the opening.

Here are some fun pictures of the procedure if you're interested:
http://www.lbah.com/canine/dog_neuter.ht...

What Is A Good Resource For People Aspiring To Work With Veterinary Clinics?
I Am Very Interested In Working With Veterinary Clinics In My Area- But Am Unsure As To What A Good Resource Would Be To Get In The Business. I'M Contemplating Pursuing A Veterinary Technician Degree, But I Don'T Want To Go Through The Schooling To Find Out I Don'T Like The Work. I'D Like To Work In Administrative Duties Initially. I Have Called Local Clinics And Shelters To Inquire About Volunteering, But It Seems No One Needs Any Help. Any Advice? Thank You!

How bout contact local clinics and ask for work experience. This is different to volunteer work as work experience lets you 'shadow' professionals in the field and get a feel for their job. You will most likely just be observing though.
Good luck

Wat Do I Need To Become A Veterinary Assistant?
Do U Need To Go To College And Have Good Grades ,Also What Training Or Wat Do I Need Right After Highschool ,..One Thing Do I Have To Pay For Anything To Become One

There are no legal requirements for special education or training to work as a veterinary assistant in any state. This is an entry-level position in the veterinary health care team and most clinics train their assistants on the job from scratch. Many times veterinary assistants are high school students or new high school graduates. The only requirement is that you meet your state's mimimum legal age for employment. Veterinary assistant certification is neither legally recognized nor required.

There are however many different companies and schools that offer veterinary assistant certification programs. The value of these programs and the amount of respect they generate in the veterinary community will differ greatly because anyone can offer these types of programs regardless of education, training or experience in the veterinary field. If you consider a veterinary assistant certification program, you need to look for one that is approved by the National Assoc. of Veterinary Technicians in America as these programs at least have some oversight by a professional group related to the field. You should also consider that these programs typically do not count as college credits and will not transfer towards any degree program.

Getting a job as a veterinary assistant is a great way to get into a veterinary facility and get some first-hand experience to see if you want to make a career of working with animals in this sort of setting. In fact, most vet schools and AVMA accredited veterinary technology degree programs require that you have experience as a veterinary assistant in order to apply to their degree programs.

If you are interested in working as a veterinary assistant, apply at local veterinary clinics. You can put together a resume and drop it off regardless of whether or not a clinic is actively hiring.

Wanted To Know Why So Little Vietnam Veterans Go To The Elsmere Vet Center Compared To Other Va Hospitals Like?
Lebanon,Pa Why Is Our Well Being Seemingly Is Non Existent In Comparison

Most likely because there are just not as many vietman veterans living in elsmere

Thats why they close some VA hospitals, if there are not enough veterans in the area to support it.

My Son Has Cancer And No Insurance Can He Get Help At Your Center. He Is A Vet And Is Going To The Vet Hosp?
He Lives In San Antonio . He Has Melanoma That Has Spread To His Liver. He Is 42 Years Old.

I'm a retired medical oncology MD. Unless things have changed since I have retired, there are no good systemic treatments for melanoma metastatic to the liver. Chemotherapy has never been very effective for this type of cancer. Unfortunately, the outcome for this disease will likely be exactly the same no matter what treatment your son receives. It would probably not make a difference if he had millions of dollars or terrific health insurance. It is possible that investigational treatments could be available at the larger cancer centers - especially M.D. Anderson since he is relatively near there already. In some cases they may treat patients with experimental regimens without requiring full insurance coverage. You can look into these options with his VA doctors or check online under the topic Melanoma, metastatic. There are some types of cancer for which we simply do not have good treatment options no matter who the patient may be. Sometimes melanoma patients do better than anyone expected, but in those cases it isn't the treatment but the body's immune system which seems to be the important factor. Let's hope your son is one of the ones who does much nbetter than most.