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Any Websites That You Can Ask A Herp Vet A Question For Free???!!?

If it's a basic question, just pick up the phone and ask them. If it's a more involved question, you'll have to tough it up and go see them. If you are looking for a diagnosis, it's not really a good idea to rely on the internet. We can't see your pet, and we're not vet qualified. We can only make educated guesses at best. Having said that, ask away. But I don't know of a website where you can ask an actual herp vet.

Buying A New Horse- Questions To Ask The Vet???
I Am In The Process Of Purchasing A New Horse And The Vet Is Coming To Give Her A Checkup Tomorrow. Im New To Horse Ownership, What Are Some Important Questions I Need To Ask The Vet To Make Sure The Horse Is Healthy And In Good Condition?

Just make sure thet vet knows what you intend to use the horse for. Otherwise, they will do a routine exam and also watch the horse in movement to check soundness. The vet should take care of everything with no prompting or questions from you, but it would be helpful to them if they knew why you wanted to buy the horse (i.e. to use as a stud or broodmare; to use for dressage; to use for trail riding, etc.)

Dog Flea Medicine Question!!! Please Help!!?
My Aunt Has A Dog And Told Me She Puts Flea Medicine On Her Dog Every Month For The Rest Of Its Life. Is That How It Works? I Have 2 Dogs And I Only Put Flea Medication On Them Only When They Have Fleas. Also I Just Want To Make Sure But Heartworm Medicine Is Given To Them For The Rest Of Their Lives Right? Thanks So Much!!

Afraid she's right. The spot on drops go on behind the neck of the dog and last for about a month. You can get injections which last a lot longer but they are therefore more expensive and only available from vets.
It is possible to do without, but you'd need to groom and check daily for fleas, and possibly limit where the dog can go when it's out (other dogs, long grass, etc) You would still need to treat in the fleas most active season (summer) and in any case, prevention is better than cure, as once fleas are in your house, carpets and bedding, they are notoriously difficult to get rid of.

Dog Medicine For Cuts?
My Dog Was Groomed By A Groomer That Had No Idea What They Were Doing. He Cut Too Much And Too Close To His Skin. He Has A Few Cuts And He Is Raw In Some Places. He Keeps Licking His Cuts. What Medicine Can I Use To Ease The Pain?

Neosporin works for people and dogs, but dogs will lick bandages right off, and sometimes eat the bandage. I think Neosporin when ingested also gives the dog the runs. It just happened to my dog who is recovering from surgery.

The best thing is really an Elizabethan Collar. He will hate it, but that's almost the only way to stop him from licking. Well, you could sit there and stare at him until he heals, but I assume you will need to sleep.

I hope you gave the groomer a swift kick in the shins.

What Is A Disney Veteran?
I Have Seen People Answering Questions Saying There Source Is Disney Veteran. What Is That? I Have Been To Disney Over 30 Times And I Have Been On 3 Disney Cruise, And I Am 13 :) So Could I Call Myself A Disney Veteran And What Is It?

A Disney Veteran is just somone that claims to know a lot because they have been there a lot. That I know of it is not an actual Disney website, though I've never taken the time to look it up.

Yes, you can call yourself a Disney Veteran.

There is only one person I know that uses that as their source, but if you start hanging out in the Orlando section you will notice that the frequent answerers all have their own little "phrase" they attach in the source section when they answer questions.
You'll see:
Been there 45 times
Been there 24 times and worked there
17x to WDW
Disney Veteran
and others.

Try and be unique and create your own little phrase to use when answering questions.

What Is A Veteran?
So After I Graduate Navy Bootcamp I Am Going To Be Active Duty. Can I Get Veterans Benefits That Early Or Do I Have To Wait A Couple Of Years? I Really Wanna Get The Discounted Laptops. Sorry To Offend Anyone. Https://Www.Veteransadvantage.Com/Index.Html

When you are ACTIVE DUTY, you are not considered a veteran- you are considered ACTIVE DUTY. Once you are OUT of the military- THEN you are considered a veteran- and only if you served 180 consecutive days, got out with anything other than a dishonorable discharge.

When you are on Active duty - if you want discounts you ask for a 'military' discount- on anything you want to. Some companies will give one, some won't. I am a 10 year veteran and I often will ask if there is a veterans discount if they have a military one- since I did MY time!