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FAQ

Should I Neuter My Cats At A Price Reduced Clinic?
I Recently Got A Price For Getting My Kittens Neutered At My Vet- Holy Crap- Super Expensive!! I Have Seen Clinics And Rescue Shelters That Offer Much Cheaper Than The Vet- I Just Want To Make Sure That These Are Safe- Anyone Have Any Experience With Them Or Know Much About Them?

a low cost clinic does not mean lower cost care. Have had both of my cats fixed that way, they tend to offer the services at a more reasonable rate to help get the number of unwanted or unexpected pets to decline. Way to go on wanting to get that done!

Does Anyone Know Where I Can Get Low Cost/ No Cost Vaccinations Or Health Care For My Cats???In Los Angeles?
I Need To Get My Fmale Cat,,,, Fixed And Vaccinated,,,, Again,,,, Who Knew,,, They Needed That Every Year :( I Can Bareley Afford Any Of This,, I Mean I Really Cant,,, But I Love My Babies,,, Help!!!!!!!

Try www.lovethatcat.com/stca.html for free/low cost cat care providers.

For folks looking for the same stuff, but are not in Calif., go to
www.lovethatcat.com/spayneuter.html

Also from www.lovethatcat.com:
Spay/USA
1-800-248-SPAY
"Call Spay/USA to get the names, phone numbers, and prices of services that have agreed to provide lower cost spay/neutering for cats and dogs in your local area. Private veterinarians, community programs, and special clinics participate nationwide."

Pet Rats Vet Bills Costly?
I Am Looking In To Getting 2 Female Rats I Have Done Alot Of Research And Have Everything Basically Set And Don'T Have Any Problems With. The Only Thing I'M Worried About Getting Pet Rats Is That Females Will Get Tumors, And Just In General Rats Will Probably Have A Resperitory Infection At Least Once In There Life Time. Now I Am A Little Worried That If Medication, Or A Tumor Removal Sergury Will Cost Alot? Honestly About $200 Dollars Would Be To Much. If I Only Have To Pay $200 Dollars (Canadian) For A Tumor Sergury Or Something Like That Once Per Rat, My Parents Are Okay With That Once And Maybe Twice, I Want To Know How Much Tumor Sergurys General Cost, Meds For A Resperatory Inf Will Cost? Thats Really The Only Thing My Parents Have A Problem With Getting Rats Constentally Having To Pay For Big Vet Bills? Side Note, Honestly Its Only The Real Expensive Things I'M Worried About Like Maybe $80 + Dollars And Just Give Me As Much Info About This Subject As Possible, I Don'T Want This To Stop Me From Getting Rats :(

Well the most your looking to spend for a respiratory infection is 150$ which you WILL have to spend if you get the rats from a pet shop, so try to get them from a reputable breeder that is breeding for health and temperament, so that you are getting the healthiest rats possible.

As far as tumors go, females aren't guaranteed to get tumors, I have had 4+ females in the past, and have four now, and have never come across tumors or even abscesses (knock on wood!!) and they all lived to be 3-4 years old. So it all really just depends on the rat. But also, with tumors, if your rat does develop a tumor(which usually won't develop until later in life) on some occasions they can live with them for a little while, and when the time comes when you have to make a decision on whether you should remove the tumor because she still has a long life ahead of her, or its in her best interest to put her down, then that time will come...But I have had many friends that have been recommended by their vets that its better to just leave the tumor, instead of putting them under the stress of anesthesia (which of course would be different if the tumor was life threatening)

So like I said, you just really never know, but should be prepared to spend some money on vet bills..
Good luck, and enjoy your new fur babies!! If you have ANY other questions, feel free to email me at mady.rueg@yahoo.com!! :)

Has Anyone Used Pet Meds Vet?
We Just Got A 10 Month Old Boxer Female, And Are Looking For Affordable Vet Care In The Columbia, Sc Area. A Co-Worker Recommended Pet Meds.. They Have Signs Out All Over Our City And Are At Each Location For An Hour. However.. I Was Hoping Our New Dog Would Recieve Proper Care At This Vet.. Does Anyone Have Any Experience With Pet Meds Vet? Our Dog Is Healthy But We Do Want To Get Her Heartworm Meds And Keep Up With Her Shots. Thanks In Advance!

I've been to Pet Med before. They are ok and I think you can get heart worm from them (but don't quote me on it). If you decide to go I would get there about 20 minutes before time for them to show up. Every time I have gone, they have always had a big turn out.

Veterinary Job In The Military...?!?!?!?!?
I Came Across A Photo On Facebook That Showed Military Caring For A Dog? Is There A Way To Be A Vet In The Military? Every Detail About It Would Be Appreciated

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/medical-and-emergency/animal-care-specialist.html

Enlisted ^^

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/amedd-categories/veterinary-corps-jobs/veterinarian.html

http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/amedd-categories/veterinary-corps-jobs/veterinary-hpsp-student.html

^^ Officer

Certified Veterinary Assistant Salary And Job Description?
I'M A Sophomore In High School Planning To Transfer To My Districts Career School For Junior And Senior Year, After I Get My Prerequisites Out Of The Way. If I Complete My Required Classes At The Career School, It Says I'Ll Graduate As Either A Certified Vet Assistant. Is This A Paid Job And Can You Give A Brief Summary Of What'S Done If You Have This Job? Thanks!

A "certified veterinary assistant" is a diploma or certificate that states that you have had at least some level of basic training in the workings of a veterinary facility. These certificate programs can vary widely because they are offered by so many different groups/organizations and thus they aren't typically well-respected in the veterinary medical field unless you note who you are certified through. For example, in a future resume you would put "Certified as a Veterinary Assistant Lvl 1 through NAVTA". That would allow your potential employer to assess the value of the certification based upon what he knows of the group that certified you.

Veterinary assisting is an entry level position in the veterinary field with no legal requirements for special education or training, but training and education are definitely of value in the veterinary medical field where your actions and words will have an affect on the quality of life or even survival of patients. Tasks for veterinary assistants can range quite widely from front office work --answering phones, making appointments, record keeping, etc--to kennel work where you maintain a clean environment for the animals and the staff and provide basic care for patients and help monitor patients for changes in their situation. Animal restraint, assisting in labwork, assiting in surgery, dealing with clients and taking patient histories, weights and temperatures, all can be part of the daily tasks of a veterinary assistant. However, most states also legally limit the tasks that can be performed by a veterinary assistant and it is important to determine those limitations for your state before you start working in a veterinary facility.

As for pay, it typically starts out at minimum wage and increases with time and increase in skills.