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Should I Ask My Vet ?
I Want To Try Volunteer At My Dog'S Vets Place, Like Just To Help Out. I'M 14, And In Hk, So Not Many Ppl Volunteer For These Things. I Don'T Know How To Ask Them. But Should I Ask Them Or Not ? If So, How ?
Your help would probably be more appreciated at a animal shelter or your local pound; since they're run on tight budgets that sometimes subsist solely on donations.
Most places accept volunteers of your age; i know the APL has an orientation for people interested in volunteering, that explains what they'd have you do, and their policies on it. Call them and ask when their next orientation is; and go from there~ if they're filled up on people they'll be able to refer you to another place as well. And good for you, not enough people bother :)
What Should I Ask The Vet?
Just Recently A Stray Dachshund Came Into Our Yard And Ever Since He Has Not Left. (He Adopted Us Lol) We Want To Take Him To The Vet And Get Him Up To Date On Vaccines And I Was Also Planning On Neutering Him. Does He Need To Have Any Exams Done Before He Can Get Neutered? Also What Should I Tell The Vet When I Take Him? Would It Be A Check Up? Or Wellness Exam? It Will Be The First Time Going For Both Of Us, Seeing That He Is My First Dog I Have Ever Owned.
Some vets will recommend having bloodwork done before neutering to make sure his organs are functioning well, especially if the dog is older. It's up to you whether or not you want the bloodwork done.
Schedule a vet appointment to have a check-up done and his vaccinations, and ask the vet about neutering. If you want bloodwork, they can do that at the first appointment, call you when the results are in, and you can schedule the neuter.
Wow Unique Pets Question?
Ok So I Made A Monk And Finally Made It To A Mailbox On The Realm On My Skywall Toon And Collected All My Pets And Used Them. I Never Knew About The New Patch About The Battle System Btw, I Collected Them And Used Them Like Normal Into The Pet Journal But I Found Out That I Didnt Like The Horde On My Pandaren. So I Made Another Toon On A Different Realm Finally Made My Main Faction Alliance, Got To A Mailbox And Just My Mounts Were There. Are The Pets Like Lil Deathwing Core Hound Pup Quillen Cub Only Can Be Used On One Toon?
(Just Posted This Here For A Faster Response)
Ps: I Have 117 Misspellings :)
Blizzard has said that some mounts and pets are 1 toon only but my quillen cub shows up on all my characters. Also with the new patch all pets/mounts should be account bound. My fiance got the new panther mount from RaF and it was only suppose to be bound to 1 toon, as far as I know he can do it on any of his toons. This sounds like a bug to me, I'd Open a ticket tonight before you go to sleep and then you should have an answer when you get up.
Sugar Glider Pet Questions?
Hello, I'Ve Just Been Offered A Free Two Year Old Sugar Glider From A Family Friend.
My Question Is: How Are These Little Guys As Pets? What Are The Basic Things They Need And How Costly Are They? I Currently Own 3 Guinea Pigs And A Chinchilla So I Am Fairly Familiar With Caring For Small Animals And The Responsibility They Are... Just Wanting Some Info From People Who Have Owned These Guys As Pets Or If You Have Been Around Them.
The One They Are Offering Me Is A 2 Yr Old Male And Comes With The Cage And Everything Else They Already Have For Him.
Thanks For Any Information!!(:
Well, sugar gliders live only about 5-6 years. As pets, they are friendly if raised by humans and are very human-friendly. But, if you have sugar or something sweet on your fingers, they may nibble due to thinking it is food. They love dark places, and warmth, and they are more active during the night. They love little treats, like dried fruit and, on occasion, white chocolate chips. They are as costly as any small pet, what with the bedding, cage, food, toys, ect. They are very playful, so something to entertain them in their cage would be nice for their active minds. Hope this helps.
Do You Think That The Advances In Veterinary Care Has Made Many Dog Breeds More Structurally &Quot;Extreme&Quot;?
Why Or Why Not?
Again I Don'T Td Answers.
I Have To Throw A Question Like This Into The Mix To Shake Things Up A Bit.
I understand what you are getting at. One thing you have to kinda remember too is people are more willing to spend money on their dogs now than they were in the past. I agree, when I started working at the vet clinic a C section was a rarity. But I think they were probably needed...people just let the bi tch lie and let nature take its course or shoot her. That is the reality around here anyway.
As far as breeders are concerned. They don't care. Their bi tch has a title. They want to breed her to the best and the best may not be suited to her. Who cares...breed anyway because they want the notoriety of THAT bloodline and hope to make the next best in show. All at the sacrifice of that female dog and her offspring.
There are things people will always argue with as there is not enough evidence to support opinions either way. The vet I worked for, for instance, was against frozen semen AI unless is was freshly frozen and shipped straight away. She claimed it became"weaker" the longer it was in storage. Just like a good ol T bone gets rank after being in the freezer too long. She felt that sperm became genetically weaker the longer it was stored. We had an English Pointer come in that was sick and dying 2yrs old. I really forget what was wrong with it as it was so long ago. But everything was shutting down on the dog. It was a well decorated field trial dog whose parents had been dead for well over 5years. You guessed it...this dog sat in a freezer as a frozen embryo for many years before planted into a donor...with hopes of bringing bloodlines and traits back by contributing as a stud dog. Again our vet just shook her head. We did all we could to save the dog obviously, but I remember her looking at that dog and saying how wrong it all was and she felt he was genetically weaker in all senses and no matter what could not live a full life because of the way he was created and brought into the world.
Anyway, 15plus years ago...survival of the fittest was what was happening. Free whelpers lived on and the others died. It happened in all scenarios and not just whelping and breeding. Today? Your right, we have the medical advances to step in and help or save despite what the underlying cause is. Show breeders are going nuts trying to produce replicas of what won best in show and they will not stop at any cost.
Help On My Animal Abuse Essay?
I Need 3 Strong Reasons To Back Up My Opinion Statement Which Is &Quot;Veterinary Care Should Be Strictly Enforced To Every Pet Owner.&Quot;
My Main Focus In This Essay Is Unintentional Animal Abuse.
I Have Ideas But I'M Not Sure How I Would Back Them Up In A Paragraph... So Could Anyone Help Me Out With Some Good Reasons?
Veterinary care should be strictly enforced to every pet owner.
Animals have the right to be healthy and well cared for. Animals that are well cared for will not be a burden to society. Dogs and cats that wander around neighborhoods looking for food are a menace. They raid garbage cans and cause trash to be scattered, an insect infested environment, subject to disease.
Animals that are left unattended can often contract various diseases that would cause them to be picked up and placed in over crowed animal shelters. Eventually, if no one adopts these unfortunate animals they may be "put down". This is unfair to them because they are innocent victims in a situation that they never asked to be placed in.
Great animal care demonstrates responsibility to children who often want pets but do not understand the hard work that is involved in caring for them. Children often learn by example. When animals are properly cared for, children can learn a lesson in helping, being considerate and kind. They will see first hand that pets are not just for fun or selfish pleasure. They can contribute to character building when the care giver does his or her best.