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FAQ

Are A Puppy'S Canine Teeth Supposed To Fall Out Before The New Ones Come In?
My Puppy Is Now Almost 6 Mos Old And Has Lost Most Of His Baby Teeth. Up Until Now, The Little Ones Have Fallen Out First, Then The Big Ones Grew In, In Their Place. The Problem Is That His New Canines Are Growing In Without The Little Ones Falling Out First. Is This Suppossed To Happen? Do I Need To Get Them Removed?

Sometimes the baby canines will stay in place for awhile after the adult canine comes in. I've had several dogs that this happened too.

In alot of cases the baby canine will come out on its own. If your pup isn't neutered yet, you can keep and eye on them until he goes in for neutering. When he gets neutered the vet can remove them at the same time if they are still there. This will save him going under twice.

If the baby canines still haven't come out after the adult canines have fully come in, then yes they should be removed. I generally give my dogs a month after the adult canines come in for their baby ones to come out. Unless there is swelling, redness, and discomfort, then I'd have his teeth looked at right away.

Pet Clinic In Spring Hill, Fl (Hernando County)?
I Live In Spring Hill, Florida. Right Now I Am Looking To Adopt Second Dog. The Dog Is Free Because He Was Rescued By A Neighbor Of Previous Owner. So I Need To Get Him Utd With Shots And Sure Thing Neutered Because My Little Pug Is Not Spayed, Which I Will Get Done Very Soon As Well. So My Question Is: Does Anyone Know A Good Clinic Or A Vet In My Area Where I Can Get All Of My Pet's Needs Taken Care Of Without Having To Open A New Credit Card?!

I know the Humane Society in Tampa does them. Here is the website with fees and info:

http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/spay-n...

There isn't much in Hernando or Pasco counties but here are some in Pinellas:

SPCA Tampa Bay
9099 130th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33773
Phone: (727) 586-3591
http://www.spcatampabay.org/

Friends of Family Pets Program - This spay and neuter assistance is available year-round for the pets of people on limited income (earning $20,000 or less and $5,000 for each dependant). Pitt Bulls and Pit Bull Mixes are free all year, click here for more details!

August Special: Owned-felines 6 months+ are fixed FREE for qualified applicants!

You must apply in person Tuesdays 9am - 4pm with a valid 1040 form. Call (727) 586-3591 to see if you qualify. Hablan espanol!

The Spay & Neuter Clinic of Pinellas County
1710 Drew Street Ste. 7
Clearwater, FL
Phone: (727) 447-PETS

Dog Spay: $45-$130 (depends on weight)
Dog Neuter: $35-$75 (depends on weight)
Cat Spay: $40
Cat Neuter: $25

Canine Spays vary by size:
0-25 lbs.: $45
26-50 lbs.: $75
51-75 lbs.: $85
76-100 lbs.: $90
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 725-7200

Canine Neuters vary by size:
Under 100 lbs.: $40
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 725-7200

Additional charge of $20 for all pets in heat, pregnant, obese or lactating. Vaccination and medical testing services available. This is a year-round program.


The Day & Evening Pet Clinic for SPCA Referrals
3160 Alt. Hwy 19
Palm Harbor, FL
Phone: (727) 785-7200

Feline Spays: $40
Feline Neuters: $35

Canine Spays vary by size:
0-25 lbs.: $45
26-50 lbs.: $75
51-75 lbs.: $85
76-100 lbs.: $90
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 785-7200

Canine Neuters vary by size:
Under 100 lbs.: $40
Over 100 lbs.: call (727) 785-7200

Additional charge of $20 for all pets in heat, pregnant, obese or lactating. This is a year-round program.



Pet Pal Animal Shelter Spay/Neuter Clinic
1900 34th Street South (U.S. 19)
Saint Petersburg , FL 3371
Phone: (727) 328-SPAY (7729)

Dogs
Male
Under 100 pounds: $40
Over 100 pounds: $85
Female
1-25 pounds: $45
26-50 pounds: $75
51-75 pounds: $85

Cats
Female Spay: $40
Male Neuter: $35

What Is Wrong With My Tom Cat? All Of A Sudden In The Past 2 Months He Has Gotten So Skinny??
Could Anyone Please Tell Me What Could Be Wrong With My Tom Cat? He Use To Be A Big Cat, Not Fat, But A Lot Bigger Than He Is Now. He Is Just Like Skin & Bones... He Acts Ok Though.... Any Answers Will Be Great... Afraid To Take Him To The Vet - Afraid They Will Tell Me I Need To Put Him Down & He Seems Ok, Just Too Skinny!!

I work at a cats-only vet clinic...but I'm not a Vet, but you should take him in. If you have the option to go to a cat clinic, that would be a good idea...sometimes they treat cats like small dogs at vet clinics.

Is he old? Is he peeing a lot? We see a lot of diabetic cats...lots of kidney failure. Is he eating well? If he hasn't been eating, that can cause his kidneys to go, so he needs to go in ASAP. They can check his blood chemistry, and that can reveal a lot. If he's losing weight, but otherwise happy, there is probably something treatable if you're willing to do the testing, etc. that would be needed to isolate the problem. Also, how are his teeth? If they're hurting, he might not want to be eating...

Plus, if he's still a tom, as in not neutered, you should get him neutered. They often gain weight once their testicles are removed--presumably because they aren't expending the energy needed for the upkeep of their gonads.

Just Brought My Cat Back Fromt He Vet Clinic. He Was There For 3 Days With What Could Possibly Have Been Ibs.
He Responded Well To A Steroid Shot So The Doctor Thought That Was His Problem. My Problem Now Is After A 3 Day Absence, My Other Cat Wont Stop Growling And Hissing At Him And Sometimes At Me And My Wife. I'Ve Had Both Of Them For 2 Years And They Have Always Been Friendly With Eachother And Play Fought Once In A While But Never Growling And Hissing Like This. Is The Growling Cat Feeling Or Sensing Something Wrong With The Other Cat?

While he was at the vet, he picked up the scent of all sorts of other animals, ones your other cat is not familiar with. The quickest way around this is a bath for both.
Before you panic, you do get foam shampoos that you just smear on them like mousse, and then brush them out after they have dried. No water needed and kitty doesn't hate you either.

How Many Vet Centers Are There In The Uk?
I Am Studying Animal Welfare At College And Need This Info For My Assignment.

6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,00... roughly

What Kinda Dog Is Included In This Game?
Kool Toyz My Pet Vet Center, It Just Says Puppy?

Looks like some sort of terrier-type dog possibly a West Highland Terrier. Here are links from Target & AKC with pics.

http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/602...

http://www.akc.org/breeds/west_highland_...