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Ask A Cat Vet Online Now?
A Homeless Cat Showed Up On Our Back Porch And Was Cleaning Its Paws That Looked Normal Until It Started Cleaning Its Belly &Amp; A Tumor Looking Growth That Is Slightly Bloody And Doesnt Look Normal At All! I Dont Have A Vehicle And I Dont Have The Money To Help Pay For Medical Attention. I Dont Know What To Do!!!!

Vets have a duty of care to treat a sick or injured animal that is not owned. Please take the cat to your nearest vets and they should treat it free of charge.

Why Do U All Recommend &Quot;Asking A Vet&Quot; For Behavior Problems..?
I Am Just Curious As I Have Asked Many Questions Over The Last Few Days And Always Got Rude Answers But Very Little Helpful Information. My Dog Has Developed Aggression Towards My Other Dogs If Food Is Around...This Is His Only Issue But According To Everyone On Here I Have Screwed Him Up For Life And Should Get Rid Of Him. I Came Here Looking For Help And The First Place I Asked Was The Vet. I Was Told There Is Nothing I Can Do, This Is The Way He Is And To Keep Him Away From Food While He Is In The House...Ok But Accidents Happen... I Was Also Told By An Employee Of The Vet That I Could Spank Him And When He Growls To Pick Him Up By The Neck And Shake Him...I Am Not Stupid And Will Not Do That.... My Point Is That Some Of Us Like Me Are Just Looking For Suggestions From People That Have Been Through It And Referring Us To The Vet Is Of No Help. I Have Found A Behaviorist Who I Will Be Working With To Fix Him But I Just Wanted To Know Why Most People Refuse To Offer Advise To People Looking For Suggestions.

I don't recall answering your questions and if I did I do apologize if I seemed rude. I don't intend to but I can be rather...short. Food aggression does need a behaviorist, as you have done. KUDOS to you. As for why recommend a vet? Many times when a dogs behavior changes it is because of health problems. Example, pain will make a formally gentle dog suddenly start snapping. A dog that was energetic and suddenly slows down or changes the way it plays may not be feeling well or in pain. From my experience when a dog changes the best place to start is with a vet (a good one) then take it from there. The problem may be emotional and you need a behaviorist, or it could simply be poor quality food causing problems. Good luck with the pooch. Let me know the progress, I do care.

Okay I Need Some Help! I Just Adopted A Cat From The Vet Clinic.?
And The Two That I Have At Home Are Really Freaking Out, They Are Both Siamese If That Is Making A Difference. The New Cat Has Been Living At The Vet Clinic And Was Just Neutered Yesterday, He Is Pretty Relaxed, But The Resident Cats Are Flipping Out. I Am Supervising, But Besides Putting The New Cat In A Different Room What Is The Best Way To Get Them Used To One Another, They Really Have Their Noses Out Of Joint! I Don'T Want To Punish The New Cat For Being New. My Fairly Relaxed Female Cat Even Tried To Attack Him And He Isn'T A Fighter! Does Anybody Have Some Advise? When We Introduced The Youngest Cat 4 Years Ago It Got Better After A Few Days. I Don'T Know If It Is Because He Came From The Vet Clinic And That Is There Least Favorite Place, Or They Are Just Really Mad And Not Happy With The New Addition To The Family. Last Week My Older Cat Had To Goto The Vet And Stay There For A Few Hours And The Other Cat Hissed At Her For Two Days! So What Do You Guys Think? Any Advise?

WELL...........you've already brought the cat home, so this is a little late, but it might still work.

Put the new cat, with all of his odors (alcohol, vet clinic, his own scent, etc) into a different, closed up room for a couple of days....and let him relax and heal.

Meantime........take some piece of .....clothing, towel, blankie, shirt, etc,... rub it all over your other cats, to get their scents imbedded into (whatever you decided to use). Then, take that "thing" into the room that you've set aside for the "recovering" cat, and rub it all over him!

Also, put it in his bed, or whatever you put in the room for him to sleep in or on. This way, the other cats' scents will get all over him, and by the time he's re-introduced to the others, he'll smell like THEM!

Also, during this period of quarantine, your "resident" cats will be able to hear and smell the "new" one under the door. By the time he comes out, they may accept him unquestioningly. We can only hope!!

These "scent" ideas have worked many times for me, when I've sent kittens home to houses that already had cats. The "resident" cats accept the kittens right away, because I had the "adopters" put THEIR cat's scent on the blankie that I'd sent home with them, when they came to pick out their kitten. I also have put the Mama's scent on these blankies, so the kitten will still feel HER.

Hope these ideas are of some help for you....Good luck, congrats on the neutering, and thanks for adopting a "clinic" cat! Enjoy your new "expanded" family.......

Petsmart Vet Clinic Wellness Plan For Cats?
I Recently Adopted Two Cute Shelter Kitties. Http://Www.Flickr.Com/Photos/Epsilon_Theta/2483078010/ Http://Www.Flickr.Com/Photos/Epsilon_Theta/2483078002/ I Want The Very Best For Them. Petsmart Has A Kitty Wellness Plan Plan That Is $69.99 Joiners Fee And $11.00 A Month And It Includes 2 Annual Diagnostic Visits, All Shots, Unlimited Ofice Visits ( Meds And Extensive Tests Cost Extra) , Deworming. You Know, Your Basic Perventetive Stuff. All Extensive Procedures Are 5% Off Cost. Does Anyone Have This For Their Kitty? What Is Your Experience With The Petsmart Vet? I Was Impressed With Them When I Took Little Jack For His First Check Up. Very Neat, Clean, No Wait And Extended Oficed Hours. Vet Was Personable And Friendly. My Current Vet Has Ofice Hours That Make It Really Hard For Me ( I Basically Need To Take A Day Off To Take Kitty In) But I Love My Current Vet And Their Demeanor. Just Wanted Your Thoughts About The Petsmart Clinic.

As a vet goes it really depend on which locating and what veterinarian you deal with like any other clinic. but what is to stop you from just using them? Why do you need to buy the plan, I have many clients who have done the same and not too many of them are happy with the outcome when they needed the coverage. Not able to go into exact detail but lets just say if you call around for prices you may find that even with the "DISCOUNTed" services they offer with the plan you could have went other places for same price or most time even less. The plan may cover a lot things but my experience was it does not cover things in full you still end up paying for "other" charges that end up being more than the original service would have cost at other clinics?

What Are All The Different Veterinary Jobs?
And Please Explain What They Do! (How Much They Were Paid Would Help, Too) Thanks.

The majority of veterinary positions are in private practice. Private Practitioners provide health care for all species of animals. Some Veterinarians limit their practices to certain species of animals.

Companion animal practice: treatment of diseases of pets such as dogs, cats and horses.

Food animal practice: treatment of diseases of livestock such as cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, chickens.

2 Exotic animal practice: treatment of diseases in animals such as birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and pocket pets (mice, hamsters, gerbils, etc.)

Specialty practices: Birds only, Cats only, Equine only, etc.

Veterinarians may also receive additional training in a specialized area of medicine

How Can I Apply Veterinary Jobs Abroad?
I Graduated Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine Last October 2005 In Leyte State University Philippines, I Would Like To Extend And Experience Different Field Of Veterinary Science Abroad, Any Help From Abroad?

are you currently working in the philippines? if you are you should be able to find out in your workplace about any references overseas.

however, if you plan to keep your transfer confidential, you can start by looking at the "classifieds" section of the local major newspaper of your city of choice. these days they should have an online version. for example if it's sydney that you want to go to, look up the Sydney Morning Herald at http://www.smh.com.au and look under "classifieds". also, you can browse any job opportunities at http://mycareer.com.au