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What Is This Called During A Canine Neuter?
During A Neuter On A Dog, After You Have The Testi Out Of The Body, What Is The Name For The Cord Like Think Connected To The Testis That You Clamp And Cut?
Then After You Have Taken Both Out, What Is That Tunnel-Type Thing That Those &Quot;Cords&Quot; Went Through Called?
I Observed Some Surgeries And Was Wondering.
The spermatic cord and the inguinal canal.
Neutered Male & Spayed Female?
My Dog Was Neutered Around The Age Of 5 Months (I Had His Teeth Pulled And Neutering Done At The Same Time) He Has Never Mated. My Mother In Laws Female Is In Heat And He'S Going Insane Over Her... Is This Normal? I Thought A Neutered Male Wouldn'T Care About A Female In Heat? Is It The Smell?
Neutering does not change hardwire in the brain. All it does is takes away his ability to reproduce. Lots of neutered males go nuts over in heat females. Just because he was neutered young does not mean he will not know what to do.
Quality Of Life For A Dog After Surgery?
My 3 Year Old Dog Was Hit By A Car Last Night, And Rushed To An Emergency Animal Hospital. He Had Some Head Trauma, His Lungs Are Leaking Air, And His Pelvis Was Shattered. They Have Been Working To Stabilize Him, And Are Somewhat Hopeful That He Will Recover From The Immediate Injuries. If He Makes It Through The First Few Days, Though, He Will Require Surgery To Fix The Broken Pelvis, And They Will Have To Put In Plates And Pins. The Bill For This Is Obviously Going To Be Enormous, It Has Already Cost $3000, Just For Last Night'S Emergency Care, And They Figure Another $2000 For The Next Few Days, And Then Another $4000-$5000 For The Surgery. I Don'T Have The Money For This At All, But My Parents Were Willing To Help Me Out, But Now They Are Concerned Because People Are Telling Them That My Dog Will Have A Terrible Quality Of Life Afterwards, And He Might Be In Pain Always, And Also That Everything Will Cost More Than The Vet Is Estimating. They Are More Reluctant Now To Pay This Much Money. They Have Basically Said That It Is My Choice, But I Know That They Are Leaning Towards Having Him Put Down. I Can'T Stand The Thought Of Having Him Put Down, Especially Now That We Have Already Put In Time And Money Just To Keep Him Alive After The Accident, But I Feel Guilty That They Are Spending Their Money. I Just Want To Know If Anyone Else Out There Has Experienced This Kind Of Surgery With Their Dog, And Do You Think It Was Worth It? Will He Still Have A Good Enough Quality Of Life To Make It Worth It?
I'm so sorry that your dog was hit by a car. The good thing is that he's made it through the first 24 hours, which is very important in determining whether a dog will recover from their injuries. There have been great advancements in surgeries for dogs, giving them a better quality of life after the surgery, they recover faster and they are not in pain.
1 good thing about your dog is that he's young and healthy, which helps a lot when determining a dog's chances of surviving health problems or surgeries. Also, he got immediate attention, which also increases his chances of recovering and living a good life.
The best thing to do is for you to talk to the vet that is treating your dog and ask them what are your dog's chances of surviving the surgery. Then ask him what are the chances that your dog will have a good quality of life. Ask him if he will be in constant pain from the shattered pelvis, and if he will be the same after recovering from the head injury. Some dogs who have severe brain injuries will have different personalities, but most times they are the same as they were before the accident.
After talking to the vet, then talk with your parents. You may want the vet to talk to them too. If you love your dog and he has a good chance of surviving and recovering from his injuries, then even though it's expensive, it will all be worth it because you will have your dog.
No matter what you decide, make the decision that is best for your dog. Do what's best for him. 1 of my dog has had hip and knee replacement surgery, and she was older than your dog. She did great and recovered fast. The advancements in surgeries for dogs has been amazing. They can do the same things to help dogs as they do for people.
So, with your dog being young and healthy, if the brain injury is not severe he may have a great chance for surviving and living a long and healthy life. I know it's a difficult decision to make, but talk to the vet first so you can make the decision that's best for your dog.
Best of luck to your dog. Hope I helped.
My Hyper Dog Got Surgery?
My Dog Is Wicked Hyper, But He Just Got Surgery And He Cant Run Around For Six Weeks. He Runs Every Single Second Of The Day, But Now If He Runs In The Next Six Weeks, His Knee Will Be Messed Up Forever. He Cant Run In The House Either, So We Have To Keep Him In A Crate. I Hate Seeing Him Unhappy, What Can I Do To Make Sure He Stays Happy Without Running Around?
If your dog has had an operation for a ligament problem I think that it can have very short walks on the lead. Unfortunately I don’t know how many lead walks that he can have, your vet will advise you.
There are several ways that you can ease his boredom and it is essential that you give him mental stimulation. Dogs sit and think after mental stimulation and they forget about running around. If he is on dried dog food there are containers which you can buy to fill with dog food. Before you do this fill his bowl with his daily ration and divide this to into four separate meals
The container is designed to produce food when the dog knocks it with his front legs and this will keep him amused for a while. Or if you have a yard/garden throw a portion on his daily ration on the garden and let him forage for this.
If you have a car and you are confident that you can park it where you can see your dog, take him out in the car when you go out shopping.
You can also provide wonderful treats and do some gentle training. Cook liver and cut it into VERY small pieces. Buy packs of cooked chicken or hot dogs. Then do very gentle training in the house, perhaps he can already catch treats in his mouth, if not teach him to do this whilst standing.
You could also stand him at your side, with a treat in your hand and get him to watch as in an obedience exercise and give him the treat when he does so. Take him into your yard/garden and train him to do conventional “heel work”.do this with wonderful treats in your hand. Don’t do any of this for a great length of time and do wait until your dog has recovered fully from the anaesthetic.
What Should I Major In To Be A Veterinarian ?
Or A Veterinary Technician. And What'S The Difference Between Them Both
A veterinarian is a doctor of veterinary medicine. It takes at a minimum 8 years of college- 4 years to earn a bachelors degree and then 4 more years of vet school. Veterinary students typically finish with around $140,000 in student loan debt. They get licensed by the state they live in to practice veterinary medicine, including the diagnosis, prescription of medications/treatments and performing surgery.
You must have a degree in veterinary medicine from an AVMA accredited school in order to be licensed as a veterinarian. You can find a complete list of vet schools here: http://www.avma.org/education/cvea/colle...
A veterinary technician is trained to assist the veterinarinarian in all aspects of veterinary medicine but they are only required to have a two year degree specifically in veterinary technology or in a bare few states an associated bachelors degree in a subject like animal science or biology. Veterinary technicians are commonly licensed by the state in which they live to practice veterinary technology but there are still some states that don't require credentialing to work as a veterinary technicians. They are not allowed to diagnose, prescribe or perform surgery. The cost of an education in veterinary technology is anywhere from $4000 to $30,000 depending on the school chosen.
You can find a complete list of AVMA accredited veterinary technology degree programs here: http://www.avma.org/education/cvea/vette...
I Want To Study To Be A Veterinarian. Its Been 2 Years Since I Was In School And I Am Unsure What To Take Or A Good College To Go To I Was Looking At Oregon State University. Any Comments? Or If You Have Any Experiences You Could Share With Me. Ive Been Passionate About This Career Just Haven'T Had The Finances To Pay For It Or The Time With My Jobs.
I am not a veterinarian but I did graduate from OSU with a degree in microbiology and chemistry. It was a wonderful school to attend. I know a few people that did make it into the Vet school…but it is highly competitive program. Each year the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State University accepts approximately 40 Oregon residents and eight nonresidents. But don’t let that discourage you. If you don’t get accepted into this particular school then there are others around the country. If it is your true passion that definitely go for it. Also if you have not already completed a BS degree then you can do that at OSU which I highly recommend. It is a beautiful campus and I really enjoyed my time there. The Vet program they have is great though and I know they have a partnership with the Oregon Humane Society for some of the vet students to go there and basically intern with a veterinarian. It’s a brand new teaching hospital that was just built for this purpose and to be able to give care to the animals in the shelter. Here is a link to the Vet Program though I assume you have already checked it out. It tells you all about admissions criteria. And don’t let the fact that you’ve been out of school for two years stop you…there were plenty of people in my major that had been out of school for longer than that. They were just as successful if not more then the rest of us because they really valued the education by having to work hard to be able to afford it. So I commend you on that…just jump in there and get started, the admissions people are pretty helpful too and it’s always a good idea to arrange a meeting with one of the heads of the department to go over goals and what you can expect. Good luck with whatever you decide. Oh and on the financial side of things…I had to do financial aid but it’s not too bad…certainly comparable to other state schools.