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Best Vet In Southern California?
I Have A 5 Year Old German Shepard And Since She Was Little She Has Had An Ear Infection. It'S My Elder Sisters Dog, So She Would Always Be The One Taking Her To The Vet And Such. Now That She Has Moved To Go To College, I Am The One Taking Care Of Her Vaccinations. My Sister Would Always Take Her To Different Vets Around The Area, Even Out Of The Area And Would Pay A Great Amount Each Time For Treatment To Cure Her Ears. Unfortunately, Non Of Them Worked. I Live In Ventura, California. She Also Always Bites Her Nails. It Makes Me So Sad Because Now Her Ear Infection Is Getting Worse. She Is Always Shaking Her And Crying. I Just Want To Be Referred To A Good Vet Because I Am On A Tight Budget And Don'T Want To Be Going To Doctor After Doctor. I Wouldn'T Mind Paying If It Is A Lot, But I Just Want Her To Stop Hurting. Or If Your Dog Had This, Can You Recommend Anything?
Thank You In Advance.
I can tell you of an AWESOME VET in Ventura County, AND she is a GSD Breeder and is considered the BEST GSD vet around!
Dr. Cynthia Binder- Conejo Valley Vet Clinic (805) 495-4671
I have used that vet Clinic for the last 30 years, she is an incredible addition to this group.(They have 8 veterinarians in their dog/cat/pet division- and 5 Veterinarians in their Equine division)
They are located right off the 101 freeway, in Thousand Oaks- not far from Ventura.
Where Is The Best Vet Clinic In Los Angeles?
I Have A 2 Year Old Maltese Who Has Fleas. I Wanna Take Her To A Really Good Pet Clinic, But I Don'T Know Which One. Is There Anyone Who Lives In La And Has A Favorite Vet Clinic? I Need Some Recommendations For Vet Clinics With Low Prices And Great Staff. I Want A Veterinarian Whose Trustful And Someone That Both My Dog And I Will Love. Thanks
Best Vet Clinic and Low Prices don't go hand in hand.
You want a cheap vet you will get a cheap vet. If you want a quality vet then expect to pay for it.
Though for fleas you can use anyone, you don't need a medical degree for that.
Thousands of Vets in the Los Angeles area.
I really like All Pet Medical Center in Granda Hills (aka ChatOak vet clinic)
Just got a quote for a dental(simple cleaning no extractions) on my sisters Collie of $500-$700. So as you can see quality is not cheap.
What'S The Most Affordable Veterinary Clinic In Austin?
I'M Very Tight On Money And I Need To Get My Cat A Fecal Exam (Possibly Dewormed) And Get Her Shots. She'S 3 Now And Hasn'T Had Shots Before.
What'S The Cheapest Place? If This Place Is Unacceptable, What'S The Cheapest Acceptable Place?
How Much Am I Looking At Paying For These Services At This Location?
Contact your local animal shelter. Many will have clinics at a much lower cost than a vets office, or at least know of places in your area.
Do Veterinary Clinics Typically Hire People That Are 16 Or 17?
I'M Extremely Interested In A Job That Revolves Around Caring For Animals. I Was Hoping That The Veterinary Clinic Near My House Would Hire Me. Do They Normally Hire Young Folk Such As Myself? I'M Currently 16 But Will Be Seventeen In 2 Months. Do They Have Assistant Type Jobs For Someone Who Is Pre-Enrolled In Medical Classes?
It really depends on the veterinary clinic and your schedule. They may hire you to wash/brush dogs and cats, to clean kennels, feed the animals, etc. You may also be hired to be a receptionist, but again they are looking for people who are available all day and/or have experience in software programs such as AviMark. But it never hurts to apply! Just walk in and ask for an application; or call them up and ask if they hire people who are sixteen years or older.
If you are really interested in working with animals, you could also volunteer at your local animal shelter/humane society. Most shelters are desperate for volunteers. This would be great experience for you, and would look great under the Experience section of your resume.
Hope I helped, and good luck! :)
Does My Male Rabbit Need To Be Neutered?
I Just Got My Rabbit At Easter When He Was A Couple Of Months Old. I Have No Other Rabbits So I Was Wondering If He Still Needs To Be Neutered Since I Heard Its Very Important That They Do.
Altered rabbits are healthier and live longer than unaltered rabbits. The risk of reproductive cancers (ovarian, uterine, mammarian) for an unspayed female rabbit stands at is virtually eliminated by spaying your female rabbit. Your neutered male rabbit will live longer as well, given that he won't be tempted to fight with other animals (rabbits, cats, etc.) due to his sexual aggression.
# Altered rabbits make better companions. They are calmer, more loving, and dependable once the undeniable urge to mate has been removed. In addition, rabbits are less prone to destructive (chewing, digging) and aggressive (biting, lunging, circling, growling) behavior after surgery.
# Avoidance of obnoxious behavior. Unneutered male rabbits spray, and both males and females are much easier to litter train, and much more reliably trained, after they have been altered.
# Altered rabbits won't contribute to the problem of overpopulation of rabbits. Over 7 million adorable dogs, cats, and rabbits are killed in animal shelters in this country every year. In addition, unwanted rabbits are often abandoned in fields, parks, or on city streets to fend for themselves, where they suffer from starvation, sickness, and are easy prey to other animals or traffic accidents. Those rabbits who are sold to pet stores don't necessarily fare any better, as pet stores sell pets to anyone with the money to buy, and don't check on what kind of home they will go to. Many of these rabbits will be sold as snake food, or as a pet for a small child who will soon "outgrow" the rabbit.
# Altered rabbits can safely have a friend to play with. Rabbits are social animals and enjoy the company of other rabbits. But unless your rabbit is altered, he or she cannot have a friend, either of the opposite sex, or the same sex, due to sexual and aggressive behaviors triggered by hormones.
# Spaying and neutering for rabbits has become a safe procedure when performed by experienced rabbit veterinarians. The House Rabbit Society has had over 1000 rabbits spayed or neutered with approximately .1% mortality due to anesthesia. A knowledgeable rabbit veterinarian can spay or neuter your rabbit with very little risk to a healthy rabbit. Don't allow a veterinarian with little or no experience with rabbits to spay or neuter your rabbit.
At what age should rabbits be spayed or neutered?
Females can be spayed as soon as they sexually mature, usually around 4 months of age, but many veterinarians prefer to wait until they are 6 months old, as surgery is riskier on a younger rabbit.
Males can be neutered as soon as the testicles descend, usually around 3-1/2 months of age, but many veterinarians prefer to wait until they are 5 months old.
I hope this information helps :) x
Rabbit Spraying Pee?? / Neutering?
My Rabbit Started Doing This A Couple Days Ago, I'm Guessing It's For Territorial Purposes Or It's What They Do When They Want To Mate? Does Anyone Know? Also I'm Reading All These Things About How You Should Neuter Your Rabbit? Am I Supposed To? Or Can I Just Leave It Alone. Also I Read That Male Rabbits Go Crazy If They Can't Mate, Like They Can Get Emotional Problems Or Cancer?? (Read This In Some Previous Questions) So Neuter Or Don't?
NEUTER ALL YOUR PETS! Ok, that said, it will improve your rabbit's mood, he will stop spraying, and yes, it's expensive, but how much do you want to spend on cleaning products? For the rest of his life..? This behavior will not stop until you do. Heaven forbid that you have to get rid of him when there is a simple solution. Males won't go crazy if they can't mate. They won't get cancer from not mating. They will get cancer from not being neutered. Go to a vet that has done it before, no exceptions. Otherwise you risk loosing your pet forever, and still paying the bill. Rabbits are not like cats, so the night before his surgery, it is extremely important to let him eat!! They don't throw up, and additionally, if their GI tract stops, they die. It is also very important after to make sure he eats right away. If your vet tells you not to feed him before, go to a different vet. They just want your money, and know nothing about rabbits.
I am a small animals specialist, I work with a shelter to rehab bunnies and make them suitable for adoption.
Hint: To clean up after your bunny until you can get him neutered, use plain white vinegar. Anything else wreaks havoc on their delicate URT. NEVER use bleach around your small pets.