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Should I Neuter My Cats At A Price Reduced Clinic?
I Recently Got A Price For Getting My Kittens Neutered At My Vet- Holy Crap- Super Expensive!! I Have Seen Clinics And Rescue Shelters That Offer Much Cheaper Than The Vet- I Just Want To Make Sure That These Are Safe- Anyone Have Any Experience With Them Or Know Much About Them?
a low cost clinic does not mean lower cost care. Have had both of my cats fixed that way, they tend to offer the services at a more reasonable rate to help get the number of unwanted or unexpected pets to decline. Way to go on wanting to get that done!
Does Anyone Know Where I Can Get Low Cost/ No Cost Vaccinations Or Health Care For My Cats???In Los Angeles?
I Need To Get My Fmale Cat,,,, Fixed And Vaccinated,,,, Again,,,, Who Knew,,, They Needed That Every Year :( I Can Bareley Afford Any Of This,, I Mean I Really Cant,,, But I Love My Babies,,, Help!!!!!!!
Try www.lovethatcat.com/stca.html for free/low cost cat care providers.
For folks looking for the same stuff, but are not in Calif., go to
Also from www.lovethatcat.com:
"Call Spay/USA to get the names, phone numbers, and prices of services that have agreed to provide lower cost spay/neutering for cats and dogs in your local area. Private veterinarians, community programs, and special clinics participate nationwide."
Are There Any Veterinary Places My Children In High School Could Work As Volunteers?
Around The Area Of Concord, Ca.
Inquire at local veterinary clinic or humane society. A lot of places are probably looking for help, they just don't always advertise that they are. Also, check out online resources as well, you may find places in your community that fit the interests of your children aside from veterinary places in specific.
Can You Get A Pet License At Your Local Veterinary Clinic?
For This Apartment It Says My Cat Needs To Be Appropriately Licensed With The Local Animal Control Agencies. This Means Just A General Pet License Right? And Do You Need To Renew A Pet License Every Year? I Never Had One Before Cuz I Thought It Was Pretty Pointless...For A Cat At Least. I Live In Milwaukee Wi If That Helps At All.
Most times you have to go to the city hall, or animal control office to get a pet license. However, in order to get the license, the pet must be vaccinated for rabies at your vet's office. The vet will give you a rabies certificate, and that is the paper you show animal control to get the actual license.
Vet Tech Schools Online?
Someone Told Me I Can Get My Vet Tech Degree Online I Was Wondering If Anyone Knows Of A School? I Almost Enrolled In Penn Foster But I Googled It And Its A Scam...So Im Looking For Something Thats Not A Scam :)
I found one school that does offer a Vet Tech degree online. There are tons of schools that offer this course though if you are interested in that. I attached a link of vet tech schools across the country. I also gave you a whole directory of online schools, just filter by the program that interests you the most (Veterinary). I hope this is helpful! You can request free information from the schools as well here.
Veterinary Malpractice? Help.. Any Vets Online?
My 10 Month Old Pomeranian Died 4 Weeks Ago After Getting Orthopedic Surgery On His Paw. ( He Was 6 Lbs 3 Oz ) He Injured His Paw And It Required Him To Have Surgery, His Vet Said That He Needed To Have A Plate Put In. His Surgery Came Up To $2650, And Prior To That It Was $230 To Get It Examined. After Learning The Price Of The Surgery, I Attempted To Make An Appointment With The Aspca Thinking That The Price Of The Surgery Would Be Cheaper, I Didnt Get An Early Appt With Them, So I Decided To Stay With My Vet Because He Told Me That My Dog Can Lose His Paw/Leg Due To Low Blood Circulation In His Paw. He Also Assured Me That They Had The Best Surgeon To Do The Job. ( Who I Didn'T Get A Chance To Meet Before Or After The Surgery)But I Trusted My Vet Since I'Ve Been Taking My Other Dog There Since She Was 2 Months, Who Is Now A Year Old Now.
I Emitted My Dog And He Had The Surgery The Following Day, The Night Of The Surgery I Got A Phone Call Saying The Surgery Was Sucessful And Shortly After My Dog Woke Up, He Went Into Seizures, They Tried To Revive Him But He Didnt Make It. I Was Told Absolutely Nothing About The Risk Of This Procedure And What The Risk Of Using Anesthesia Can Be. Now My Dog Is Dead And Is Currently In The Process Of Getting Cremated , Which They Are Also Charging Me $270 To Do. Can You Provide Any Advice On My Situation?
I am a Vet Nurse in Australia. We get all owners to sign a consent form prior to any anaesthetic. This says the owner is aware of risks associated with anaesthetics and agrees to go ahead with the procedure. If you did not sign a consent form, then you were not aware of the risks and did not consent to the procedure.
I have never seen an anaesthetic result in seizures(but i do believe it could be possible). I have seen cardiac arrests during an anaesthetic. But in 7 years monitoring anaesthetics I have only seen 3 anaesthetic deaths and they were all were during the anaesthetic and the staff were not at fault.
There are many things that could have potentially caused this. And it's quite likely it's not the vet clinics fault at all. It could be an underlying problem with the dog that the anaesthetic triggered, but could have been impossible to predict before the surgery.
If you think the vet clinic did the wrong thing, contact the Vet Board. They will investigate your complaint with qualified and experienced vets investigating the treatments given, and the protocols followed.
I am so sorry this happened to your dog, it's very sad.
There are dosage rates for premedications, iv anaesthetics and pain medications. They would have calculated a dose based on the weight of your dog and this should be recorded. The gas anaesthetic is regulated depending on how deep (depth of anaesthesia) the animal is. This is determined by monitoring heart rate, respration rate, eye position and reflexes. Normally the animal is on oxygen saturation, heart and respiration rate monitors which alarm if the rates go out of the normal range. With a qualified vet and nurse monitoring an anaesthetic becomes secound nature to them, and the chances of the anaesthetic doseages causing death are very slim. There should be a anaesthetic monitoring record where the nurse records and writes down vital signs at intervals of 5(ideally)-15minutes.
There are risks with any anaesthetic even on a healthy patient, but the risks are very slim. Not "so risky" as you are now led to believe. It's very unfortunate and unlucky that this happened to your dog. I am very sorry for your loss.
If you did not sign a consent form, you shold bring this up with the clinc, also ask for the records from the anaesthetic. As I said if you believe they did the wrong thing then contact the Vet Board.