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Ask A Cat Vet Online Now?
A Homeless Cat Showed Up On Our Back Porch And Was Cleaning Its Paws That Looked Normal Until It Started Cleaning Its Belly &Amp; A Tumor Looking Growth That Is Slightly Bloody And Doesnt Look Normal At All! I Dont Have A Vehicle And I Dont Have The Money To Help Pay For Medical Attention. I Dont Know What To Do!!!!

Vets have a duty of care to treat a sick or injured animal that is not owned. Please take the cat to your nearest vets and they should treat it free of charge.

Why Do U All Recommend &Quot;Asking A Vet&Quot; For Behavior Problems..?
I Am Just Curious As I Have Asked Many Questions Over The Last Few Days And Always Got Rude Answers But Very Little Helpful Information. My Dog Has Developed Aggression Towards My Other Dogs If Food Is Around...This Is His Only Issue But According To Everyone On Here I Have Screwed Him Up For Life And Should Get Rid Of Him. I Came Here Looking For Help And The First Place I Asked Was The Vet. I Was Told There Is Nothing I Can Do, This Is The Way He Is And To Keep Him Away From Food While He Is In The House...Ok But Accidents Happen... I Was Also Told By An Employee Of The Vet That I Could Spank Him And When He Growls To Pick Him Up By The Neck And Shake Him...I Am Not Stupid And Will Not Do That.... My Point Is That Some Of Us Like Me Are Just Looking For Suggestions From People That Have Been Through It And Referring Us To The Vet Is Of No Help. I Have Found A Behaviorist Who I Will Be Working With To Fix Him But I Just Wanted To Know Why Most People Refuse To Offer Advise To People Looking For Suggestions.

I don't recall answering your questions and if I did I do apologize if I seemed rude. I don't intend to but I can be rather...short. Food aggression does need a behaviorist, as you have done. KUDOS to you. As for why recommend a vet? Many times when a dogs behavior changes it is because of health problems. Example, pain will make a formally gentle dog suddenly start snapping. A dog that was energetic and suddenly slows down or changes the way it plays may not be feeling well or in pain. From my experience when a dog changes the best place to start is with a vet (a good one) then take it from there. The problem may be emotional and you need a behaviorist, or it could simply be poor quality food causing problems. Good luck with the pooch. Let me know the progress, I do care.

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.

Opinions On Cost Of Veterinary Care?
Just Wondering Why So Many People Believe That Veterinarians Either Charge Too Much Or Believe That They Should Perform Their Services For Free? Why Shouldn'T The Same Be Expected For Pediatricians? What About Grocery Stores? Shouldn'T A Starving Person Be Able To Walk Into A Grocery Store And Get Free Food? A Stray Animal Should Receive Free Care? That Mean Pediatrician Requires Payment For Treating That Poor Child? Just Wondering What Other'S Thoughts Are On This.

The cost of medical care for pets is getting out of control as it has already gotten out of control for humans in the US. Part of it is rising costs in general and the rest of it are more procedures like routine teeth cleanings at $200-700 a pop.

Some vets push procedures on clients and virtually none of them do a good job explaining their costs up front. Others won't answer questions over the phone for even their longtime clients. If you are going to act as if your clients are just a fuzzy ATM then you are going to get complaints.

I just saw some kind of diet pill for dogs at the vet. I think we are collectively losing our minds.

Question Regarding Veterinary Care?
I Am Currently In College Working To Become A Veterinary Assistant. After I Am Going To College For The Program To Get My Associates Degree As A Veterinary Technician. Then, I Am Going To College To Become An Actual Vet. I Was Wondering If All This Is Necessary. Would It Be Possible For Someone To Go To College And Not Do The Course Veterinary Assistant, Or Veterinary Technician And Just Simply Enroll In College To Be A Vet? Hope This Makes Sense.

You are going about this the long, hard way. A degree in veterinary technology will not help you become a veterinarian. If you get an associates degree in veterinary technology you will still have to take a bachelor's degree in an appropriate field and most of your credits from your associates degree will not count towards your bachelor's degree.

You need to contact the vet school that you are interested in attending and talk to them about appropriate pre-vet bachelor's degree programs. You will also need experience working in the veterinary field to enroll in vet schools so be sure to talk to them about what you need besides a bachelor's degree in order to qualify.