Local Time in Lake Havasu |
Wikipedia Information About Lake Havasu |
Google Map of Lake Havasu
Youtube Video's of Lake Havasu |
Info from Wiki on Pet Vet
ACTIONPages is your local directory publisher. Serving markets in Arizona, California, Washington, and Canada. ACTIONPages the best local choice for cost-effective advertising.
Some of the cites we server are,
Roofing | Cabinets | Concrete | Childcare | Furnace Repairs | House cleaning | Excavating | Martial arts | Optical goods | Foot doctor | Family Practice doctors | liposuction | Pumps | Storage | Transmissions
Would It Better To Take My Cat To A Free Clinic Or A Regular Vet?
I Got My Cat Last September From An Adoption Agency When He Was 10 Weeks. He Came With All The Shots, Neutered, Etc. It'S About That Time For A Regular Check Up And I'M Torn Between Taking Him To A Regular Veterinarian, Where He'Ll Be A &Quot;Patient&Quot; And I Can Schedule Appointments Versus Taking Him To A Free Clinic.
I Live In Boston, And The Clinic Is A Good Half Hour Away By Public Transportation (I Don'T Have A Car). I Could Probably Get To The Regular Vet In About 10 Minutes Though. My Main Concerns Are Pricing And Quality Of Service. I'Ve Heard The Clinic Is Friendly, And Perfect For A Regular Visit, But I Wanted A Second Opinion. I Make Enough Money To Take Care Of Him Just Fine, But I'Ve Heard Horror Stories About Vets Ripping People Off With Unnecessary Tests And Costs Of Visits, And As I'M Still A Student, It'D Be Better If I Could Avoid Unnecessary Expenses.
If Anyone Has Any Experience With This Kind Of Thing, Let Me Know Your Thoughts.
Its always a good idea to establish a relationship with a vet. That way they know your cat, its medical history, and if there is ever any emergencies you have someone to depend on. There are good vets and bad vets, they are just people after all. Talk to them, look them up online, often there are reviews and personal stories you can find. Try to find a vet that doesn't do declawing at the office, often these are the ones that are more prone to rip you off money wise. My cats get their yearly check up at a vet, but for vaccines, I go to a free clinic. Saves me quite a bit of money, and the vaccine is the same anywhere you go. So my recommendation would be to establish a relationship with a vet, but if you want to save a few bucks, get your vaccines from a clinic. Good luck, sounds like you're going to have a well taken care of cat :)
Would You Pay $1000 To Spay Two Cats At A Animal Hospital Or $60 Each At A Low Cost Clinic?
I Love Both My Cats And Would Be Devestated If Something Happened To Them; I Only Want The Best Care For Them And Have The Money To Get Them Spayed At The Better Place But I Am Worried About It Being A Waste Of Money That I Could Use, Being A Student. I Want To Know If People Trust Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics And Any Experiences They Have Had. Does Cheaper Always Mean Worse?
$1,000 to spay 2 cats is INSANELY over priced. A spay with no complications (this is usually the case) or pregnancy to deal with would run you no more than $120 (procedure, anesthesia, and after care included) where I take my animals and they are top notch vets. The procedure itself is very common and very rarely do complications arise from the surgery. I don't know where you live but search reviews on vets (after getting there name from da phone book) in your area and call for price comparison's. You would honestly be throwing your money away to pay such costs ($1,000) for a normal spaying of two cats.
Where Can I Find Free Or Very Cheap Vet Care For My Dog?
I'M Not Sure But I Think My 15 Year Old Pit Had A Seizure Today. . I'M So Nervous And Afraid That Something Terrible Is Wrong. . I Know She Needs To See A Vet As Soon As Possible But I Can'T Afford It. . I'M Not Working, So My Funds Are Very Limited, But I Know She Needs Medical Attention. . She Is A Awesome Member Of My Family And I Can'T Lose Her. . Please Help Me Help Her
cheap vets don't exist and free ones don't either
If you can't afford a vet then you can't afford to own the dog and need to surrender it. You can't afford it since you have the net, and a cell phone and the computer and all these luxieries.
If An Alien Came To Earth And Needed Medical Attention, Would They See An Md Or Dvm? Md Only Know Humans, Dvm Know A Variety Of Animals.?
Aliens better bring their own doctors. If their physiology is significantly different from us, they may be SOL.
Aggressive Male Neutered Rabbit?
My 3 Yr Old Rabbit Was Very Aggressive And I Was Told To Get Him Neutered, So I Did About 3 Months Ago... But He Is Still Very Aggressive, Will This Ever Change? Is There Anything I Can Do?
Since your rabbits was fully developed it may take more time for him to become less hormonal. He most likely still has a lot of testosterone in him. It could also just be his natural personality. Some rabbits are just mean as can be. My rabbit is sweet to people but hates other pets. You could try to figure out why he is being so aggressive. Sometimes your body language is the problem or the way you do certain things. Rabbits are very territorial so if you enter their cage too much to feed them it can make them aggressive. I would suggest researching up on rabbit language and observe your own body language. Something in his environment might be making him aggressive. Also make sure he isnt in pain or sick because that can cause irritability as well.
Look here for rabbit language help http://www.rabbitinfocenter.com/bodylang...
Good luck. Email if you need more help :)
EDIT: He almost sounds like he is frightened. What I would try to do is let him out of the cage but close him into one room. Then get on the ground and lay flat on your stomach. Let him run around and he will come to you with time. Let him sniff you over and jump on you and do whatever as long as he doesnt bite you. This may cause him to trust you more. Rabbits are very fearful animals so he may not trust you and you dont even know it! Being flat on the ground makes them feel more safe and your on their level then. Make sure not to reach out and pet him unless he wants you to (he will nuzzle you or your hand). Do this every day for a long time and see if he improves.
When feeding him, make sure you dont reach too far in the cage. It is a sign of dominance and that is not your cage, its his. Dont put your hand or arm over his head either. That is like a challenge or dominance sign to them. I would just slowly put it in the cage and keep low to the ground. He may feel that you aren't trying to hurt him, challenge him, or take his things.
Getting My Rabbits Neutered?
I Have Wanted To Get My Two Male Rabbits Fixed For A Long Time. Financially I Can'T Afford It Right Now. Is It Better To Do One At A Time So I Only Have To Pay For One Till I Can Save Up For The Second One? Or Do Vets Have A Two For One Deal? Any Idea How Much It Would Cost In Ab, Canada?
I think your rabbits will really benefit from being neutered. In fact, I'm sure you already know the benefits, otherwise you wouldn't be considering having it done when your finances are a bit tight!
What I recommend doing is contacting animal rescue charities in your area. They are generally hugely supportive of neutering, and will often do it for free or at a hugely discounted rate. If none in your area do this (unlikely), ask them of a good but reasonably priced rabbit vet. When you call the vets, state your financial situation and see what they say- there is no harm in asking! If you can only afford to do one now, thats fine :) Get the second rabbit neutered when you can afford it!
But your first port of call is definately local animal welfare charities - because they know that neutering will benefit your rabbits and the rabbit population as a whole :)
Well done on being a responsible pet owner! I don't want to sound patronising or anything, but it really is great to hear of an owner that puts their pets above their own finances :)