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Why Not Find A Better Vet?
I Wanted To Know Why People Continue To See Their Vet If They Are Not There For Them In A Medical Emergency.
My Vet Has A Doctor On Call At All Times And If For Some Reason That Won'T Work, I Have An Animal Er That I Can Go To.
Do You Have A Plan Of Action When Your Dog Is Seriously Ill? I Feel Like So Many People Post Questions Like &Quot;My Dog Is Really Sick But The Vet Is Closed....&Quot;
Why Not Find A Better Vet Then??
The vet that I take my dogs to, and even the crappy vet I USED to take my dogs to, had information on their automated system for the nearest emergency clinic. I think, "My dog is really sick but the vet is closed" REALLY means "my dog is sick and I am too cheap and lazy to go to the vet, but I don't want to admit it"
Where Is The Best Vet School In America For Horses And What Do I Need To Do?
Well, everyone if going to tell you a different answer. You don't have to go to "the best equine vet school" to become a vet, it really doesn't matter because all vet schools are equally accredited.
The only vet school that you even have a chance of getting into is the one that is in the state you live in. So if you live in Pennsylvania, you can't go to UC Davis, you have to go to Penn State. Vet Schools only let like 5-10 people in from other states. I live in Maryland, I really wanted to go to Penn State, but I have to settle for VA-MD Vet School.
You need to go to a 4 year college and get a bachelors degree. While your in that college, you need to complete all the courses that are required by the vet school you are interested in. You also have to volunteer at an animal hospital or get some kind of experience working with animals, besides have one as a pet. :)
World Of Warcraft Pet Question..?
So I Had A Few Questions:...
1.) What Level Do You Have To Be To Get A Pet?
2.) Are Hunters The Only Ones Who Are Allowed To Have Pets?
And The Big Question: Where Do You Get A World Of Warcraft Pet From?
Thanks In Advance =D
If you mean combat pets, and not the little mini-pets that follow you around, yes only Hunters can get them. Technically.
Demonology Warlocks can summon demons and Death Knights can summon permanent ghoul "pets".
Hunters get the quest to learn how to tame beasts at Level 10.
And where you get pets? Pretty much anywhere you want. Just about anything that is a "beast" is open for grabs as a pet. In the original build of WoW, different beasts would have different stats, but now all pets are divided into three trees (classes, if you will: Tenacity, Ferocity, and Cunning -- Basically: Tank, DPS, and PvP respectively)
Just find an animal that you like and Tame it.
Here's a website that is dedicated entirely to hunter pets and should help you finding the pet you want most.
Pet Insurance Question?
I'Ve Looked Into Bansfield (Petsmart) Insurance And At First I Thought It Would Be Great, I Get Free Office Visits And Such, But After Looking Further Into It I Realized Its Only Offered And Taken At Bansfield, So That Means If My 1 Year Old Pomchi (Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix) Got Sick At 3 Am And Needed To Be Taken To The Vet That The Vet I Take Him To Wouldn'T Accept Bansfield Insurance And It Would Cost Me, And Bansfield Is Only Open Until Like 7Pm...So Does Anyone Else Know Of Any Good Pet Insurance? Maybe One That Covers A Lot Lol, I Do Like The Idea Of Free Office Visits Though...Those Get Expensive..
Pet insurance is good for unexpected accidents and illnesses. They can get expensive quickly, so it's nice to have insurance to cover the costs. Pet insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions, so if your pet is already sick or injured, it is unlikely that pet insurance will cover the costs to treat it.
For other costs like regular exams and vaccines, it's best to self-budget since these costs are expected. Some pet insurance companies offer coverage, but it is typically not cost-effective. (Imagine paying an extra $200 per year on your premiums for $200 worth of routine coverage...)
A few good questions to ask when researching pet insurance are:
1. Does the policy cover everything? Hereditary and congenital issues?
2. What are the payout limits? Will it be enough money for my worst case scenario?
3. How much does it cover for each condition?
4. What are the pricing and deductible options?
5. Is it an ongoing policy? If my pet has an illness during my first policy year, will it be covered the next policy year?
Be sure to do thorough research - Some plans don't pay based on your actual bill, but have lists of predetermined dollar amounts that they will pay for each condition which can be shockingly low in many cases. I would recommend getting an actual insurance plan that covers based on your bill so that you are never faced with a difficult and expensive situation when you *thought* you were covered.
We cover 90% of the actual bill for diagnostic testing, treatments, surgeries and medications including emergency and specialist visits. Trupanion is also the only provider to offer a $0 deductible option.
Feel free to give customer service a call and get a no-obligation quote to ask all the necessary questions and find out what's best for you.
Veterinary Surgeon And Doctor?
Can Some Guide Me Were Can Get Veterinary Surgeon/Doctor Degree Near Nj
Which Is Best Unviersity? As I Am Keen On Studing This
So take that you are still high school? well first, you can;t get a degree in vet/doctor in undergrad (that is the basic 4 years college that you attend right after hs). you attend a college (any college), major in an area that interest you, for instance if you like math, then major in math, or if you're a science person, perhaps biology, chemistry of etc. and along with the major you are a declared (pre-vet or pre-med) student so that you can take the required classes needed to prepare you for graduate school, and once you pass the exam (like MCAT for medical school), then you can pursue your "career choice degree). that is the further 4-8 years addition after the undergrad. for a doctor (including residency is around 8-10 years total) with the undergrad accounted for, and for a vet is about addition of 4-6 years after undergrad. so good luck. here are some undergrad school that are great, and they also have awesome grad school. UPENN, YALE, Columbia, Boston College, Univ. VIrginia, and Princeton just to name a few in your area. Good luck
Is Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine A Doctorate Degree?
Is Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine Considered A Bachelor'S Degree Or Doctorate Degree?
A doctorate refers to a PhD. Medical and veterinary doctors have a medical or vet degree, which is higher than a bachelors or masters (requires a bachelors to apply to the program, and grants a degree after 4 years of advanced coursework and training in the field) but is not as high as a PhD, which requires original research and publications in the field. So no, it's not a doctorate, but you would be called a doctor since fields related to medicine also use the title doctor.