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Books About Veterinarians?
Hi. One Of My Friend'S Birthdays Is Coming Up. I'M Not Sure What To Get Her Because She Has Everything... She Is A High School Senior And Wants To Go To Vet School, So I Was Thinking Of Getting Her A Book On Veterinarians (Either A Fictional Work Or Biography Of Some Sort Has Any One Read Something Like This? I Could Use Some Suggestions/Reccomendations If You Have... Thanks!

Well for fiction Water for Elephants is an excellent book. It's set in the great depression and focuses on a veterinarian working in a traveling circus.
http://www.amazon.com/Water-Elephants-No...
If you're looking for non-fiction then All Creatures Great and Small (and other James Herriot books) are good. Every potential vet should read these. They are true accounts of his time as a country mixed
animal vet.
http://www.amazon.com/COMPLETE-JAMES-HER...

Anybody Know Much About Veterinarians?
Hello, Im In College And I Am A Biology Major. Im A Freshman This Year. I Want To Graduate With A Degree And Go To Vet School. Give Me Advice...Is My Major The Right Major..How Hard Is It To Get Accepted..What Should I Be Doing Now In College..Any Thing I Should Know About Vets That You Think I Dont Know..Oh And When You Graduate From Vet School How Hard Is It To Open Up A Business.?

If your current college has a Pre-Vet path, then take that path. If not, take as many higher level science and math courses as possible.

Also, look at the websites for the various Vet Schools and see their requirements for admission. They are VERY precise. And, if you really want to be a veterinarian you might want to transfer to a college with a Pre-Vet program now. It will increase your likelihood of admission into vet school. There are many more applicants than there are seats, and most vet schools give priority to in state residents and then reserve a certain number of seats for colleges they have a contract with. Even few seats are left for 'at large' candidates. So, again, making sure you have the right pre-requisites is essential.

It is HIGHLY competitive and you need to have OUTSTANDING GRADES and also a lot of experience with animals. Intern at your vet's office, volunteer at the local SPCA, take extra classes relating to animals.

It would probably not be hard to open a vet practice, but making it successful would take a lot of work! You have to make yourself stand out.

I hope this helps! I have done a lot of research with my daughter-she is an aspiring veterinarian.

What Do I Say To The Emergency Vet?
My Dogs Ate Chocolate And I Already Asked A Question On That You Can Answer It Here, Http://Answers.Yahoo.Com/Question/Index;_Ylt=Ak37k2dcgfn1clhlprpyha3sy6ix;_Ylv=3?Qid=20110101135406Aamawda Please Help D= But I Am Going To Call The Emergency Vet. When I Do So, Will They Ask Me If It'S An Emergency? Is It Really An Emergency? They Ate 4Oz Of Pure Milk Chocolate And They'Re Very Small Dogs. Neither Has Started Gagging, Vomiting, Having Diarrhea Or Anything. Someone On That Said That If They Don'T Start Vomiting Within Like 6 Hours Then I Should Call. Soo Should I? The Dogs Weigh - One Weighs 11 And The Other Is Like 13 Or 14

Have your dogs displayed any abnormal behaviour? Been sick, diarrhea, sleepiness............the time to call the vet is immediately after it happens...not hours later after the chemicals have killed them.........dark chocolate is the killer, generally not milk chocolate...........I think your dogs are fine and unless they are display in any symptoms of toxic poisoning there is no nee for the vet..no feeding ( starve for a day) then next day fed plain boiled rice............an put your chocolate away, the worry is not worth it and the dogs are worth more......................

Emergency Vet Asked Me About Bones?
I Told Her That Yes, My Dog Eats Bones(Both Of Them). She Also Asked What Kind Of Kibble They Eat, But That'S A Non Issue Now Since We Are Moving Them Off Of Kibble Onto Raw. She Didn'T Seem To Like That Idea. Why Would She Ask, And Why Wouldn'T She Like It? I'Ve Fed My Dogs Bones For Over 20 Years And Never Had A Problem With Them.

You brought the dog to the emergency vet for bloody stool, so it makes sense that the vet would ask about what the dog eats. Might have been ruling out blockages or bone splinters, foods that have been recently recalled, etc., in trying to diagnose the problem.

Most vets are not proponents of raw diets, and especially not of BARF-type diets. Probably for a few reasons:

-They don't get a ton of nutrition training, and the training they do receive is sponsored by the major pet food manufacturers

-They have professional relationships with the major pet food companies; even if they aren't selling regular kibble, they do stock prescription diets for special needs.

-There are always inherent risks in feeding bones. They can splinter and cause blockages and GI perforations, they can splinter and cause foreign bodies lodged in the mouth, can break teeth, etc. The FDA released a recommendation just this week that dogs not be fed bones. ( I think the FDA went a little overboard, but it's out there now.)

-It takes a fair amount of work and education to properly feed a raw diet, and vets probably see a lot of owners who didn't do their homework first.

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_...