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FAQ

Is Early Spay And Neuter For Cats Negative Like It Is For Dogs Too?
When Discussing Canine Spay/Neuter, It Is Best To Wait 6 Months To Even Over A Year Depending On The Size Of The Dog And When They Stop Growing. Is This True For Cats Also That It'S Best To Wait Until 6 Months Or They Can Have Growth Problems And Increases Of Cancer?

No, since cats don't reach that large size that dogs do, it's not an issue. In fact, the current thinking is with cats, the sooner the better. Females increase their risk of developing mammary cancer with each passing heat cycle. Females who are spayed prior to their first heat almost never get mammary cancer - it's generally fatal, or at best extremely expensive to treat. Females who are allowed to cycle in and out of heat are at risk for developing a deadly infection of the uterus called pyometra. With males, the big risk is that they develop spraying behaviors when they become sexually mature. Females can be spayed when they reach 2 1/2 pounds (about 10 weeks) and males when they reach 2 pounds (about 8 weeks). It's called a pediatric alter, and has been safely done (and recommended) in the US for over 20 years.

ETA - my remarks about females should have been "female cats". I have read up on the whole thing about dogs - and while cats and dogs are both mammals, there is where the similarity ends of course :)

Neutering Puppy?
How Will Neutering My 6 Month Odl Puppy Change Him? Obviously He Can'T Breed A Female Anymore, But Are There Any Personality Changes, Etc.??

Additionally to being a birth control method, neutering has health benefits. Uterine, ovarian, and testicular cancer are prevented, and hormone-driven diseases such as benign prostatic hypertrophy become a non-issue as well. Female cats and dogs are seven times more likely to develop mammary tumors if they are not spayed before their first heat cycle. [1] Unspayed dogs have a 25% chance of developing mammary tumors, about 50% of which are malignant. [citation needed] A dangerous common uterine infection known as pyometra is also prevented.

The procedures may also help to address behavioral issues that might otherwise result in animals being given up to shelters, abandoned, or euthanised

Obviously, most animals lose their libido due to the hormonal changes involved with both genders, and females no longer experience heat cycles, which may be a major nuisance factor, especially in female cats. Minor personality changes may occur in the animal. Neutering is often recommended in cases of undesirable behavior in dogs, although studies suggest that while roaming, urine marking, and mounting are reduced in neutered males, it has little effect on aggression and other important behavioral issues. Intact male cats are more prone to urine spraying, while many common behavioral causes of urine marking remain in castrated cats. Contrary to popular belief, neutered male cats are not more prone to urethral blockages than intact toms. A male cat's naturally longer, narrower urethra predispositions the animal for blockage whether it is neutered or not. Key factors in prevention include an increased fluid intake and a nutritious, minimally processed diet.[5]

Recent observational research by PAACT, The Professional Association of Applied Canine Trainers, suggests that spaying and neutering, though in many cases beneficial, may cause physiological and psychological problems if performed too early. PAACT claims that some dogs display paedomorphic tendencies, which may be related to early spaying and neutering PAACT. More clinical research is needed to verify these claims

Is There A Free Online Veterinary Service?
I Have A 6 Month Blue Heeler Puppy And I Just Found Him Eating The Remnants Of My Egsima Ointment. It Was 50G Of Ultravate Ointment 0.05% (Halobetasol Propionate Ointment). He Is Acting Normal And Just Took A Large Poo (That Had No Remnants Of The Tube. I Know These E-Vet Visits Are Very Expensive And I Dont Want To Rush Him To The Emergency Vet Unless I Know Hes In Trouble.

You can ask your question in Ask.com of a real vet and they will get back to you within 3 days. Or you can do the responsible thing and take your dog to a local vet in your area. Good luck.

Help! My Dog May Have A Broken Bone And I Cant Go To The Vet Cause Its Easter Weekend!?
I Was On A Swing At My House And I Was Going Very High When My Friennd Called My Dog To The Other Side Not Knowing I Was Going Back. My Small Minuture Snauser Dog Came And I Hit It When I Swung Back! I Heard A Yelp And Stopped, And Noticed My Dog Under Me Whimpering! I Took Her Inside And She Was Limping. She Wasnt Bleeding But She Was Whimpering. She Cant Go To The Hospital Cause Its Easter Weekend!!! Help! I Dont Know What Do? What If Its Life Threatening?! Help Please! Hurry!

There should be emergency veterinary clinics, and most vets (even the closed ones) should have an answering service where the vet is on call..

You could always look in the phone book for names that maybe sound Jewish or Muslim or foreign sounding in the hope that they may not be observing the holiday. (I don't mean this in a bad way at all.. I just know I wouldn't be taking off for Easter as I don't observe it, personally)

At the very worst, you should find something firm, like a stick or something that you can split the leg with, and something like an ace bandage to wrap it around. This is at the very WORST case scenario and I wouldn't recommend doing this yourself!

Broken bones left untreated can lead to partial healing where the bone is healed wrong and the dog is left with a limp, to something as bad as blood poisoning.

Try calling a local veterinary hospital as well. You should be able to find SOMETHING.

Best of luck!

Is There A Charity That Subsidizes Veterinary Care For The Owners Of Pets Received From Shelters?
I Am A 20 Year Old College Student Interested In Getting A Dog. I Am Not Planning To Get One, However, Because I Am Unsure If I Will Be Able To Afford Veterinary Bills And Other Incidental Costs. I Am Wondering If There Are Any Charities Out There That Will Fund Vet Bills For Owners Of Pets Received From Animal Shelters, Or Any Other Ways To Make Pet Ownership Affordable.

I've never heard about charity that offers that type of services....
I guess its your responsibility of taking the veterinary bills.
If you dont want the veterinary bills then, be sure you take care
of your pets.

What Can Increasing My Chance'S Of Owning A Veterinary Animal Care Hospital Or Working In One For A First Job?
I Love Animals And I Mean All Animals I Have A Five Year Old Ball Python Three Cats And Dalmatian-Terrier Mix Dog And Three Red Ear Sliders.I Have Always Been Into Caring For My Friends Pets But I Don'T Know Much About The Veterinary Business Like Good Money?Is It Easy To Open Shop Or Even Get A Job Like The Chances Or Statistics Of Being Hired. The Funny Thing Is I Am Only Thirteen But I Want To Know What I Should Study, Which Collages Which Will Look Good For This Job, Things I Could Study Now To Get Started Maby Just As A Hobby While I Am Young I Love Helping Animals The One Thing I Could Not Do Is Put Animals Down My Gradnmother Rune A No-Kill Animal Shelter And I Volunteer At Noas Ark Animal Shelter.I Alredy Have A Colledge Fund With Around 4000 Dollars And I Recieve 50 Every Month That Is Channeled Into It And I Also Have A Bank Fund Of Mine With Around 500-600 Dollars I Make A And B Grades Every Once In A While A C.If You Can Answer Any Of My Questions Or Have Any Suggestions Post Them If Anyone Answering Is A Vet Please Post If You Like Your Job Why Or Why Not And I Have Been Hurt By Mad Animals Before So I Can Take Pain.If There Is Any Liscends I Need Please Say I Want To Know Everything Cause If I Start Now I Hope I Can Achieve Something Thanks For Answering Have A Good Day

he love for animals is important for a future in veterinary medicine. However, you have to love science as well - and people too. Just about every patient is attached to a human - the one that will pay the bill.
In most states you have to be a veterinarian to own a veterinary hospital.
Getting into vet school is more difficult than getting into medical school. You should have A grades across the boards, and have a good amount of animal related work (volunteer or other) under your belt.

Euthanasia is part of veterinary medicine. Vets put animals to sleep everyday and there is virtually no way around that. If you don't think you could ever do that then you shouldn't even consider vet school.

perhaps a career in veterinary technology would work better for you.

Look at avma.org for info about careers in veterinary medicine.

Good luck