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Have You Ever Been High At The Dentist?
And Have You Ever Asked The Dentist, &Quot;Are You A Cat?&Quot;?
Ya one time I had to get a tooth pulled and I was like drunk as a skunk. ( I don't drink btw) I didn't ask the dentist "Are you a cat? but I was giggling non stop till I woke up. That's what they told me anyway. I don't know should I believe them? Now Im paranoid
Can I Get My Dentist To Clean My Cats Teeth?
It Cost So Much For The Vet To Do It So Maybe My Dentist Could Do My Cat The Same Time Time As Mine. Two For The Price Of One.
No you probably can't , dentists have only experience with human teeth and cat teeth work in a different way so i'm sorry that you'll have to find a way to save money for the vet to do it.
Owls As Pets Question?
I Just Wanted To Know If First Of All Is It Illegal To Have A Owl As A Pet And Then Do They Make Good Pets?
they do not make good pets. I'll say that now. A friend has an exotic store and has experience with owls. At about two years old they revert back to a very natural state. They're not the smartest creatures believe it or not. They're straight up natural instincts and I've been around them in person. Their talons are very sharp and can injure you. You also usually need wildlife experience and permits to get them. I don't recommend it. If you want a large bird to have a pet, get something like a Macaw or Cockatoo after doing extensive research to make sure you could put up with the attention they demand, and their health care, costs of living etc.
Some animals can be taken in and kept as pets even if they're wild. Some like owls however are not that great. Oh and the one I was around pooped when we were seeing it. (This was not a zoo show and tell either this was a private incident). It smells Horrid! They eat a very protein filled diet, and it's very liquidy and awful.
Get a parakeet or tropical bird if you want a large pet. Don't get an owl. Once he's been around people if you need to re-home him its hell. Exotics like owls, birds of prey, large cats. They're your pet for life. They don't usually take to new owners and they can end up euthanized if you let them go and they go near people. Some people just don't understand that large wild exotics are HARD to re-home. Its sometimes almost impossible
Pet Insurance Question?
Hi I Have Have An 11 Month Old Pit Mix Puppy And Was Seriously Thinking About Getting Him Insured. Im Looking For Any Advice On What Insurance To Pick, The Going Rates, How Much Does Insurance Actually Cover? Does It Cover Everything? Scheduled Check Ups Non Scheduled Checkups, Emergencies, Surguries, And Anything Else That May Occur. This Is My First Dog And I Love Him More Than Words Could Explain So I Want Him To Me Well Covered. I Want To Be Able To Take My Dog In For Regular Checkups At No Cost Due To Insurance
Pet insurance is good for unexpected accidents and illnesses. They can get expensive quickly, so it's nice to have insurance to cover the costs. Pet insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions, so if your pet is already sick or injured, it is unlikely that pet insurance will cover the costs to treat it.
For other costs like regular exams and vaccines, it's best to self-budget since these costs are expected. Some pet insurance companies offer coverage, but it is typically not cost-effective. (Imagine paying an extra $200 per year on your premiums for $200 worth of routine coverage...)
A few good questions to ask when researching pet insurance are:
1. Does the policy cover everything? Hereditary and congenital issues?
2. What are the payout limits? Will it be enough money for my worst case scenario?
3. How much does it cover for each condition?
4. What are the pricing and deductible options?
5. Is it an ongoing policy? If my pet has an illness during my first policy year, will it be covered the next policy year?
Be sure to do thorough research - Some plans don't pay based on your actual bill, but have lists of predetermined dollar amounts that they will pay for each condition which can be shockingly low in many cases. I would recommend getting an actual insurance plan that covers based on your bill so that you are never faced with a difficult and expensive situation when you *thought* you were covered.
We cover 90% of the actual bill for diagnostic testing, treatments, surgeries and medications including emergency and specialist visits. Trupanion is also the only provider to offer a $0 deductible option.
Feel free to give customer service a call and get a no-obligation quote to ask all the necessary questions and find out what's best for you!
When Im Older, I Want To Be A Vet For Safari Animals Such As Lions And Rhinos Etc, What Do I Study?
To Get There, What Do I Need To Study And What Qualifications Do I Need?
You would need to go to vet school....first 4 years earning your Bachelor of Science degree, than another 4 years of vet school if you are admitted. Not sure what you mean by "safari animals"...they are simply wildlife. Wild animals in the wild are not usually treated by vets....unless you are working with a biologist working for a government agency like Fish and Game, or Fish and Wildlife, who hires you to tranquilize them to tag them , take blood samples, etc. Sure you can work as a vet in a zoo to treat the wildlife there or for a wildlife sanctuary, but wildlife in the wild does not belong to anyone so if they are injured or sick..they just die as that is nature.
Dogs Penis Dripping Blood.Any Vets Online?(Pic)?
First Of All, I Have Already Been To The Vet. But I Am Curious On Another Opinion.
Here Are Pictures.
The Vet Prescribed &Quot;Clavamox. Amoxicillin Trihydrate/ Clavulanate Potassium&Quot;
250Mg 14 Tabs .1 Tab, Every 12 Hour. He Was Not Sure What Was Wrong And Just Said That These Pills Should Clear It Up And Wanted To Save Me Money Before Doing Any Xrays Or Anything. (Nice Guy, But I Will Def Be Going To Another Vet If Things Dont Get Better)
The Dog Drips Blood Only When Excited. Hes Been On The Antibiotics Now For 5 Days.... And Still Bleeding... Any Vets Know What This Could Be? And What Should Tests Should I Make Sure My Vet Does With My Dog When I Go Back? Like Xray? Is Urinalysis Needed?
I have to start out by saying that I'm not a vet, but I am a dog-owner, a biomedical scientist and I have a zoology degree.
Clavamox, as you probably now know, is a very wide spectrum antibiotic and is effective against bacteria found in wounds and in bladder infections. As such, it was probably a very good choice as a first line of attack.
Don't forget that, for your dog to be X-rayed, it will also need a general anaesthetic just to make him lie still. When you start going down this path $320 dollars will look like chicken-feed. Added to this, any general anaesthetic carries a risk and your vet is quite right to avoid taking unnecessary risks with the life of your dog.
When you say "no pee in urine" I presume you mean no blood in urine. This is very good, as urinary tract infections where there is bleeding can be serious.
The fact that he is only bleeding when "excited" suggests that there is a small wound or tear in the very vascular tissue of his penis. The penis becomes erect because it has a spongy structure which fills with blood and inflates. I would guess that he has done something that has damaged his penis and is allowing blood to leak into his urethra. As he is already on antibiotics, he is unlikely to develop an infection. I suggest the best thing you can do is stop getting him excited and give the wound an opportunity to heal. As long as he is not a stud dog from which you want to breed, any damage to his penis is not likely to cause problems once it has stopped bleeding.
Analysis of his urine is not likely to be of much use as he probably doesn't have a urinary infection and, even if he did, the antibiotics will make any tests pointless.
Your vet is probably better than you are giving him credit for but, if you don't trust his judgement, you are better off finding a new vet rather than second-guessing this one or asking for help from strangers, who could tell you anything.
EWOK; It is very unprofessional to recommend a change of treatment prescribed by a practitioner of any sort. I certainly wouldn't do it on pain of being struck off the state register but, as you aren't a professional, I suppose you can't be criticised for giving poor advice. It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that, when a course of antibiotics is started, the course is completed. As well as enabling increased resistance to develop in the general bacterial population, it can be harmful to the animal concerned and make subsequent treatment far more difficult. DON'T STOP THE MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING A VET!!!