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Should I Take My Puppy To A 24 Hour Vet Or Wait Til Morning?
I Came Home From Work And Took My 9 Month Old Puppy Out And Played For About 15 Minutes And She Was Fine. When We Came Back In, She Immediately Layed Down And Wouldn'T Get Up. After A While She Got Up, Drank A Bunch Of Water, And Then Threw Up Green Liquid. Now She Is Laying Down Again And Will Hardly Lift Her Head. Her Gums And Tongue Are Also Unusually White. Can I Wait Til Morning To Take Her To The Vet Or Is This Emergency Vet Time?

take her now, i had a puppy a couple of years ago that a few days after i got it seemed fine one minute and the next it started out with the lethargy and puking, then she got diahrea when I took her in to the vet it turned out to be parvo and they recommended that I put her down. I AM NOT saying that is what your dog has!! just take her in immediatly to be sure...she might have even eaten something that has upset her belly or it could be a number of things..better safe than sorry!
I found this when I googled pale gums maybe it might help:
Warning Signs of Serious Disease in Dogs

1. Protracted vomiting and diarrhea

There are at least 63 causes of vomiting in dogs, but the most common cause is simply known as dietary indiscretion. Dogs who get into the trash, eat animal carcasses or drink pond water all can end up with very dicey gastrointestinal tracts.

Other more serious causes of vomiting and diarrhea include diseases of the pancreas, liver or kidney, or other primary intestinal diseases such as a blockage, parasites, cancer, ulcers or inflammation. Your veterinarian may need laboratory tests and X-rays to sort these out.

The first important criteria is to confirm that your dog is drinking water and able to hold it down without vomiting. Then, evaluate your dog’s attitude: Is she lethargic, lacking appetite and not interested in her usual activities? This can be a sign of serious underlying disease. Finally, note whether the vomiting and diarrhea appear to be worsening or fail to improve in 24 hours. Without improvement in 24 to 36 hours, it is time for a visit with your veterinarian to rule out serious disease.

2. Pale gums

Lift up your dog’s upper lip and notice the gum color. It should be a vibrant pink. An early warning sign of serious disease is pale gums. Anemia, caused by a lack of red blood cells, will give your dog’s gums a ghostly pallor. Anemia has many causes, and your vet will have to sort this out.

Usually pale gums are accompanied by lethargy. Dogs who eat rodent poison can start to bleed slowly internally, and pale gums would be the first sign a dog owner would notice. Dogs who are bleeding from their spleen may be fine one minute, then collapse the next as the bleeding worsens. Any sign of pale gums warrants an emergency visit to the vet.

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My Dog Is Acting Strange And We Do Not Have A 24 Hour Vet...?
So... My Dog Is Acting A Bit Strange Tonight. Normally I'D Take Her To The Vet, But It'S Late And We Do Not Have A 24 Hour Vet, So I Turn To The World Of Yahooanswers. Her Symptoms Include Excessive Thirst And A Dull Coat. She Whines When I Touch Her Sides, But I Do Not See Physical Issues To Deal With. The Thing That Bothers Me The Most Is That She Is Backing Up And Circling Off To The Left Almost Like She Can'T Help Herself. My Question To All Of You Is This, What Do You Think May Be Wrong With Her?

Try calling some of the local vets and even if not local call some farther away, at least one of them will take after hours phone calls and give you advice. Just last night I called my vet clinic at 10, I was sent to an automated answering service, which then sent me to an operator, who then took my number and had my vet give me a call back, I then explained to my vet what my puppys symptoms where and she gave me instructions on what to do.

What Can I Do To Get Veterinary Experience?
I'M In Highschool And I Am Very Interested In The Veterinary Field. Should I Volunteer At A Shelter, Or Apply As A Volunteer At A Local Clinic?

Not all shelters have a veterinarian on staff. As a volunteer at an animal shelter you will mostly be socializing animals, walking dogs and cleaning up and not working with a veterinarian.
If you really want to veterinary experience where you could see/experience what a veterinarian does all day you need to go to a clinic.
When it comes to actually applying for vet school, experience in a veterinary clinic is much more important.

Walk In Veterinary Clinic In Central Massachusetts?
Hi, I Moved To Worcester, Ma A Few Months Ago And Have Not Been Able To Find A Good Veterinarian For My Dog. He Is Old And Is On A Few Medications And Has A Yeast Infection All Over His Body Now. I Need To Get Him In To See Someone Soon But Just Have No Idea Where To Go. Any Suggestions? Thank You:)

Try calling those in your area. Most larger clinics have "urgent care" services, or emergency services, but this often does cost more. Try asking around at pet stores or call some local groomers/breeders and see who they recommend. Good vets get referrals by word of mouth!!!!

Good luck!

Veterinary, Medical, Or Psychological Science?
In Terms Of A Veterinary, Medical, Or Psychological Science Career, Which Is Best For Which Type Of Person? I'M Considering Majoring In One Of These, And I Can'T Decide. What Personality Types Fit Each Career Path?

In any of these cases your personality would have to be someone who wants to help, and doesn't do it for the money. I'd have to say for Psychological your personality would have to be inquisitive, and a little bit understanding and always trying to figure out more, and at least talkative. It'd be good to also be in touch with your feelings kind of person (if that made sense). You also should be able to understand people, and empathize, and be able to have a strong and tough: you'd meet a lot of people with pretty intense and terrible problems.

For veterinary, I'd also have to say someone that wants to help, all of these are going to be helper personalities, but at the same time need to love animals, and love helping them. I have a friend who'd like to be a veterinarian, and he's got a pet he takes care for intently and loves him. Usually I find that veterinarians aren't too good with humans (I have a friend who IS a veterinarian, and can't understand women too well).

Medical is probably the most basic one; you want to be able to help a patient, and I find this one the hardest. The human body is very diverse, very large, can have many diseases, and you have to be able to meet with many people a day; handle case loads, and be able to withstand the problems of death and be able to memorize everything... Of course this is just from watching some basic TV shows about the Medical areas, so I don't know too well. I can say that you need to withstand high stress areas, and be able to work on many problems at once, and once again, be wanting to always help.

The Difference Between Veterinary Science And Veterinary Technology?
What Is The Difference Between Veterinary Science And Veterinary Technology? I Have To Know It Because I Have To Choose One And Study In University.

> Veterinary medicine is the branch of science that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in animals. The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species.

> Veterinary technology is also a branch of science includes various technology regarding autonomous practice, including minor surgery in veterinary science.