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What Questions Would You Recommend I Ask A Vet Tech?
I Recently Shadowed Some Veterinary Technicians, And Found Out This Is Definitely Something I Am Wanting To Pursue. I Have An Appointment To Go Back Tomorrow And See The Outpatient Side. What Would You Recommend I Ask Them So I Know. Or Please Tell Me Some Things That I Would Need To Know. Thanks.

How do you deal with the emotions of an owner having to let go of their dying pet?

I have several pets and whenever I have to have one euthanized I cry like a baby; it's ridiculous. Yet the vet and techs are always emotionless on the outside. I don't know how they do it!

And forget about the ones that work at a pound and have to kill one healthy animal after another due to overpopulation. I suppose it becomes like an assembly line, dunno.

Best wishes to you!

What Questions Should I Ask To A Vet?
Everytime I Cant Get What Should I Ask About My 5.5 Month Old Kitten? Please Tell Me What Check-Ups Are Necessary I Mean In Routine Check-Up ... And What Should I Ask To Vet? And What Should He Tell Me About Her ... Please U Got Me ? Answer Please...

Have the vet test for FeLV, have her dewormed if you haven't already, talk about having her spayed, ask about high quality food, does she have any special needs, what to look for as she grows older, should you let her outside {I have five cats and they are all indoor cats that do just fine}, will she need a rabies vaccine, what will she need to be happy {like cat scratch poles, toys, etc.} How much should you feed her {make sure fresh water is always available} and when, if you leave will she be okay {if you have other pets very important question}, what should you provide her with if you go on a vacation, basically you should write down a list of any questions you may have so you can remember what you want to ask. Good luck with your new baby

Help, My Dog Needs Surgery.?
My Dog Got Run Over This Past Sunday, And We Took Her To The Hospital. And The Vet Told Us She Broke Her Pelvic. We Can'T Afford Surgery To Get It Fix, But I Want To Other Ways That Are Possible So She Can Get It Fix. The Vet Recommended To Lay Her I'M A Comfty Bed, And Turn Her Every 5-6 Hours, So Her Pelvic Can Connect Again, Because She Still A Puppy , Theyll Connect. And She Has A High Chance. But I Really Want Her To Have Surgery. So Please, Please, Anyone Know Ways Were My Pet Can Get Surgery For Low Income Owners. In Los Angeles. Im 18 Still In Hs. My Parents Are Going Thru A Hard Time, But Will Do Our Best Any Way For Her To Be Better. She'S Our Love. Thank You.

try placing ads on craigslist and any other place you can to ask people to donate to the vet hospital directly and in your dogs name. I know of a person who did this. But he went a step further and placed a cardboard ad on this truck with the name of the vet hosp and why he needed the donation. Random people made donations just by reading the homemade sign on his truck. I met him at a local dog park (THIS GUY WAS SMART!!) He took his dog who had a broken leg to the dog park and you know how pet owners are! They don't like to see dogs hurt. As far as I know, many of them went to the vet clinic and made donation for the dog to have surgery (it was a 6 month old black lab). You have to be motivated and creative. There are tons of animals lovers out there!

Therapy Dog Needs Surgery.?
My Son Was Originally Determined That A Companion/Therapy Animal Was Beneficial For Him. So We Went Out And Adopted A Great Dog. His Personality Is Absolutely Wonderful. We Currently Have My Son In Intensive Therapy Where He Was Diagnosed With A Severe Psychological Disorder. We Have Had An Offer From A Private Service Dog Trainer To Fully Train Our Companion Dog Free Of Charge To Suit My Child'S Needs. But Unfortunately My Dog Has Been Diagnosed With A Luxating Patella, Which Is A Chronic Hereditary Condition That Causes His Knee Cap To Dislodge, Which We Need To Have Repaired Before We Can Continue With His Training. My Question Is, Does Anyone Know Of A Foundation, Charity Or Company That Offers Financial Assistance For His Surgery? He Really Is A Great Dog, And His Help Has Already Meant The World To My Son. Thank You In Advance.

Service dogs need to be in excellent physical shape. I wouldn't count on him until you know the surgery is a complete success.

Any organization that helps with vet bills for SD's won't help potential SD's. Until its trained, its just a pet. Sorry.

If he's a trained therapy dog, then you must being to a therapy dog organization. Ask them - they may know of a charity that helps them, but since therapy dogs are just glorified pets, they may not. Vet care may be the responsibility of the owners.

Other charities I know of that help with vet bills only do so in life threatening emergency circumstances.

Check with the Vet. Some allow payments.

I just reread your question and I think you're confused. I do think your dog is an ESA from how you worded your question.

Therapy dog - Legally considered a pet. Trained in obedience and needs to be calm. Not task trained. Works to provide comfort to NUMEROUS OTHERS but NOT the owner. Must have permission to enter buildings (nursing homes, hospitals. . .) to do their work.

Emotional Support Animal (ESA) - Legally considered a pet with some accommodations. Provides comfort, support and companionship to ONE person. Must be legally disabled, under ADA standards, or elderly to qualify to have one. Given special accommodation in rental housing and flying in cabin on planes. Not permitted in "no pets" businesses. Must be obedience trained. Not task trained.

Service Dog - Legally considered a piece of necessary medical equipment, not a pet. Provides service to ONE person. Must be legally disabled, under ADA standards, to qualify to have one. Must be specifically task trained to mitigate handlers disability. Allowed public access. Must be obedience trained, potty trained, task trained, socialized and calm. Other qualification apply.

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I Have A German Shepard He Has Developed Arthritis Wanted To Know Abt Any Good Veterinary Doctor In Mumbai?

A dog-breeding acquaintance in Mumbai says there is a very large and good veterinary hospital called Bai Sakerbai Petit Animal Hospital. Tel #s : +(91)-(22)-24131007, 24133598, 24137518.
He says it is behind Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Lalbaug, Mumbaai 400012

While waiting for your appointment, you might find it useful to study the elbow dysplasia nad hip dysplasia links in http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/The_G...
That group's Home page is worth adding to your browser's Bookmarks or Favorites so that you can easily look up various things.

And there is no such thing as a "german shepard".
My breed was developed to HERD sheep, using the German boundary patrolling method, so is called the German Shepherd Dog - 3 words, so 3 capital letters, and GSD for short.

You might care to join some of the 400+ YahooGroups dedicated to various aspects of living with GSDs, so that you can ask the questions that will occur to you. Each group's Home page tells you what they like to talk about, and how active they are. Most also allow you to include photos so that you can show what you are talking about.
Les P, owner of GSD_Friendly: http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/GSD_F...
"In GSDs" as of 1967

Please I Need Help From Either A Certified Veterinary Tech Or A Veterinary Doctor.?
My Dog Has Shown Signs Of Constipation Over The Past Few Days. She Is Has Sever Polydipsia But Not Polyuria. She Has Not Had A Real Bowl Movement In 3 Days Although She Has Past Some Stool. I Am In A Veterinary Academy At My School And One Of My Classes Is Devoted To Veterinary Medicine. Doing Such My Teacher Taught Us Basic Physical Exam And As I Was Palpating Her Intestin I Noticed That Her Intestine Was Rock Solid She Is Also Polydipsic And Is Loosing Weight All Suggesting That She Has A Large Obstruction In Her Gi Tract However We Cannot Take Her To A Vet Right Now They Are All Closed We Are Taking Her Tomorrow For An Emergency Exam. But Besides An Obstructed Gi Tract What Could It Be? She Is Also 14 Years Of Age And Is A German Shep Lab Mix. She Does Not Run So That Rules Out Gdv. Thanks

Oh dear. Well your very informed question helps a lot. You need to see a doctor. Currently there isn't much you can do... It's most likely to far up in the intestines for this to work, but give it a try anyway. Do an enema. Your vet needs to do xrays. This is a very serious matter, and you know this but I will say it again, take your dog to the vet tomorrow morning. Enema, and keeping the dog hydrated is all you can do. To help her drink, try feeding her ice cubes. Some dogs love it.

Edit: Ah I see.. well, hm. There's not much you can do for an impacted or blocked dog at home. Mineral oil is for minor constipation, so I would say it would be like treating a forest fire with a garden hose. But, it could help to sooth her intestines and give her some pain relief. For her size..., and also considering her unwillingness to eat, try a simple one tablespoon of it. And again before bed.