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FAQ

Free 24 Hour Help From Vet Over Phone?
Arkansas Free 24 Hour Number To Call To Talk To Vet About Pet Dog Having Stomach Problems.

there are no free vets ... grab a clue ... why on earth would a vet who struggles to even keep his/her clinic open and running, offer free advice ??? most likely they have not even finished paying off the schooling for the knowledge you are too cheap or poor to pay for ... www.televets.com is a free site where you can submit a question and a real vet will answer ... it is not immediate, it is not a phone call, but if you have no money, it is your only option ...

Please Help Me Find A 24 Hour Vet In The Greenville Mi Area?
I've Looked Around But I Cant Find One..Know Any Sites Or Links Anything? Please Help I Think My Cat Is Dying

Hi Sasha... here is a clinic that offers 24-hour care in Greenville, MI:
http://www.myvetonline.com/website/tcani...

9191 S. Lafayette
Greenville, (MI)
USA 48838
Tel : 616-754-3891
Emergency : 1-800-310-1212

Hours

Monday: 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Tuesday: 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Wednesday: 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Thursday: 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Friday: 7:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Saturday: 7:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Sunday: Closed

Emergency Service at the Animal Emergency Hospital in Grand Rapids.
1-616-361-9911

I noticed that you posted concern about your cat's sudden illness and dehydration level. Without a physical examination only a veterinarian be able to will provide the necessary treatment to get your cat well including hydration which generally is done with I.V. (intravenous fluids).

Please keep us all posted on how your cat recovers. Best wishes for your cat to recover quickly.

Does Anybody Know A Vet Clinic For Cats Around Malate And Ermita, Manila?
Our 8 Month Old Cat Has Lost Its Appetite And I Am Very Worried About Her. I Want To Bring Her To A Vet, But I Don'T Have Much Money. Please Suggest Clinics That Are Fairly Affordable. It'S A Stray Cat That We Happened To Take Care Of.

Hi there... consider ringing several of the clinics and ask about their fees. Additionally, consider asking if they have a feral cat program providing low cost/charitable services. Perhaps one of the clinics then can refer to a clinic who does provide the services.

Free Spay Vs. Vet Clinic?
My Cat Is About 8 Or 9 Years Old And Has Not Yet Been Spayed. There'S A Clinic Nearby That Will Do It For Free, But I'M Not Sure Of The Quality Of It. Then There'S The Vet Clinic, Who Can Spay/Microchip/Vaccinate/Do A Few Exams On Her For About $300 Altogether. This One Says That They Will Monitor The Cat For A Couple Of Hours And Send Her Home, But The Vet Clinic Will Keep Her Overnight... I'M Not Sure What Would Be Better For Her. Bringing Her Home Right Away Or Letting Her Stay In A Strange Place Overnight. Of Course, The Free Option Sounds Better Since It'S Free, But I Don'T Want It To Mean That It'S Cheap, Either. My Sister-In-Law Had Her Dogs Neutered At The Free Clinic, But Of Course A Cat Spay Is More Invasive, So I'M Not Sure If It'S Worth The Risk - Maybe I Should Take Her To The Clinic Where They Would Probably Monitor Her More Closely. Does Anyone Have Experience With Free Spay Clinics, Vet Clinics Or Both, I'M Really Torn On What To Do For Her!

I think that 300.00 is a good price for a spay, microchip, and a vaccination.

All of the other posters make very good points- but I would advise that any cat this old gets pre-op bloodwork. Not only does it tell if your cat is healthy enough for surgery, but it screens for a number of diseases that aging cats are prone to. The free clinic is great, because its free, and is run by qualified veterinarians, but if it doesn't offer the bloodwork, go with your regular vet. But, as a poster said, if it means the difference between free clinic and fixed cat, or a no fixed cat, than go with the free one.

Omg Urgent My Rabbit Was Neutered?
Again I Have A Question About The Male Rabbit That I Adopted Who Was Abandoned In The Wooded Area At The Lake By A Neighbor Because They Decided They Wanted A Cat Instead. This Is The First Time I Have Ever Owned A Rabbit However Have Had Dogs Spayed Before. He Is 2 Was Neutered 2 Months Ago. Since Then, He Has Become Aggressive Towards Me. He Actually Bit Me The Other Day Drawing Blood. Today I Brought Out My Beautiful Faux Mink Through Blanket Which Does Feel A Bit Like Him And He Is Humping It With Gods Speed And Chewing On It Like There Is No Tomorrow. I Tried To Take It Away And He Is Attacked Me. He Is Like A Totally Different Animal With This Blanket Out. I Thought When You Got Makes Neutered That The Breeding Instinct Was Gone Out Of Them. What Is Going On. It Is Late And Of Course A Friday Evening So I Can'T Call The Vet.And Ask Them. This Went On For About 1/2 Hour And Now He Is Laying Stretched Out In The Corner On The Floor As If Nothing Happened. What Has Happened To My Cute Little Bunnie Since I Found Him Who Was So Shy And Loving? I Have Let Him Have The Run Of The House Which Is Quite Different Than His Former Home, A Very Small Cage 24/7. And He Has Everything A Rabbit Could Want. I Just Don'T Get It. Help!

I had this problem too. I would suggest you get a spayed female rabbit and try to introduce them.
I had a lovely friendly boy then we got him neutered and he was fine for a few days but a bit mor shy and then he suddenly got more grumpy and was biting me whenever I tried to stroke him or anything. Around the same time as we had gotten him neutered we had a female spayed. The female didnt seem to have changed after being spayed, she had always been a bit shy but she was doing okay. We decided to try and introduce them because we had read that neutered males and spayed females get on well. So we put them out in our pen, which is very big and has plenty of shelter and grass. Neither of them had been in the pen for a while, which is important when introducing rabbits because otherwise they become territorial. We put them in the pen together for about an hour every day for a week and then slowly began inreasing the amout of time they spent together. At first the female was scared of the male and kept running away, but after a bit they were fine. We were watching them over the first few days just in case anything went wrong. Anyway, after they got used to eachother we put a big hutch in the pen and prepared the hutch for them, put them in the pen and let them have a loo around the hutch. Then we kept them in that hutch in the pen. They both get on fine now and the male is back to his normal friendlyself and the female isn't as shy as she used to be.

Do I Have To Get My Rabbit Neutered?
My Rabbit (Almost 1 Year) Is Acting A Bit Different. He Is More Affectionate Than Usual And Isn'T Doing All Of His Business In His Litter Box. He Is A Fuzzy Lop In Case You Are Wondering. I Don'T Know If He Needs To Be Neutered

Rabbits are usually sexually mature by 3-8 months. Once they have reached maturity, they will start having hormones. Some hormones mean being more affectionate, circling around your legs, spraying urine, being destructive, etc. Yes... it seems that your rabbit has reached sexual maturity, so it is best to get him neutered. Many people are surprised to learn that it's a rabbit's best interest to have him neutered.