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Why Do People Usually Ask Dog Questions Here When They Should Ask A Vet/Dog Trainer Etc.?
Well, I'M Just Wondering Why People Ask Extreme Things Here And Not A Vet Or Expert Dog Trainer. A Lot Of People Ask Things About Their Pregnant Dogs That Are A Matter Of Life Or Death And Don'T Mention Talking To A Vet. Yahoo Answers Should Be The Last Place To Ask, Because There Are A Lot Of People Here That 1. Are Not Vets 2. Don'T Know Much 3. Are Trolls
Bash Me Or Be Rude, But I Actually Worry For Those People And Their Dogs Because They Are Wasting Precious Time Going Online And Typing Their Questions When They Should Be Taking A Trip To The Vet Or Calling One.
About The Expert Dog Trainer Thing, A Lot Of People Ask Questions About Their Dogs Who Have Some Temperament Issues That I Think Shouldn'T Be Asked Here As Well.
Trust Me, I Used To Do This Too, Just So You Don'T Think I'M Saying That Y'All Are Stupid And I'M Smart. But I Realized That Most Of The Info I Got Barely Worked, Like I Asked If A Siberian Husky X Rottweiler Was A Good Guard Dog Because A Neighbor Just Had A Litter Of Them, No One Mentioned That It Was From A Byb. The Solutions To Puppy Mouthing Never Worked Either, And In The End Our Puppy Starts To Mouth More Lightly For Reasons I Have No Clue.
Once You Own A Dog, Isn'T It Evident To Ask Dog Experts In Health And Training In Real Life?
I'm glad you posted this. I'm more knowledgable about cats than dogs, but I've wondered the same thing too.
I don't mind so much the questions about behavior because more times than not an experienced person might be able to give some reasonable strategies without having to resort to a trainer or behaviorist, or at the very least can identify when a behavior is serious enough to warrant it. In addition, many times someone not as experienced might not realize a behavior can be related to a physical problem. I find I can usually tell who's looking for an easy way out, or who is irresponsible as opposed to someone who really doesn't know.
But when it comes to the illness and medical issues it boggles the mind.
I'm sure that most of the people who say they can't afford a vet, really can. Sometimes that's obvious as well.
But when people come on and ask what to do with animals that are clearly in severe danger, possibly dying because they waited 4 or 5 days before even addressing the situation.
I can't believe that most of them don't realize that a vet would be needed. If an animal is laying there bleeding, or hasn't eaten in days, or is so weak it can't move, it isn't rocket science.
I also wonder about the ones who say they took the animal to a vet, but now ......
If it was them, they'd call the doctor they saw. If they really went to a vet, they'd call the vet that treated the animal. So most of them I don't believe, unless they are asking about the validity of what the vet did.
I wish more people had respect for the animals that have been loyal to them. Or just animals in general. It angers me when people think living things are disposal and just there for their needs. It angers me when they think it's okay for them to wait and suffer, and okay to put them in danger because it's more convenient, and okay sometimes to even murder them because they just can't be bothered.
And, of course, they post here because they want us to say it's okay.
The other thing that drives me crazy is when people get puppies, or kittens, and then come on here and ask what to do because their pet is basically acting like a puppy or kitten and want to know how to stop them.
So, kudos to you for posting this.
We Just Got A Kitten...How Can We Figure Out How Old He Is?
(He Was Stray.)
What Does A Pet Care Technician At A Veterinary Clinic Do?
I Would Really Know What This Job Consists Of Because I Am Thinking About Applying For A Job That Involves Animals. I Looked On The Internet At Local Veterinary Clinics To See If They Had Anything I Could Do And This Came Up.
I'M 16 And Would Like To Be A Veterinarian.
I Have Plenty Of Experience With Animals And Have Experience Working In Animal Sanctuaries.
Could This Be A Good Job For Me, Or Is This A Ridiculous Idea?
What Other Things Could I Do?
If you want to go to veterinary school, getting work in a veterinary hospital prior to college is really a good idea. It looks good on your college application.
However, you would work as a veterinary assistant rather than a veterinary technician. Veterinary technicians (as defined by the American Veteriniary Medical Association and the laws of many states) are people who have a degree in veterinary technology and have taken both a state and national exam to prove their qualifications and have been credentialed as a "veterinary technician".
A veterinary assistant works for a veterinarian but does not have a college degree in veterinary technology and hasn't taken the state and national exam. Veterinary assistants are usually trained on the job though they may take vocational training courses as well.
The job description of both positions is the same in many ways with a few exceptions in tasks that can and cannot be performed and the level of supervision required for certain tasks.
Veterinary technicians and assistants take on many of the general nursing duties and day-to-day tasks to keep a veterinary clinic running. They restrain animals, monitor hospitalized and surgical cases, fill prescriptions, run lab tests, collect samples for testing, maintain equipment such as surgical instruments and anesthesia machines, interact with clients, clean cages, keep inventory, etc etc. They can fill any role that is necessary.
This is a great way for to get some experience in the veterinary medical field and ensure that it's where you really want to be.
Pet Owner, Would You Like Your Veterinary Clinic To Have A Personal Trainer For Your Dogs?
Pet Owner, Would You Like Your Veterinary Clinic To Have A Personal Trainer For Your Dogs?
Our Vet Clinic Is Interested And Having Their Own Personal Trainer For Dogs. So Any Of Our Clients' Pets Have Behavioral Issues They Could Be Dealt With At One Place.
The Trainer Would Get Tips, Hands On Training, Follow Ups.
Pet Owners What Do You Think Of That Idea?
How Much Would You Be Willing To Pay Per Session.
I would think that there would not be enough business for a trainer to have one on staff full-time at just one vet practice, unless it's huge. I also find the vet's office to be a mentally stressful place for pets, and one that I would not want to take my dogs to for training. Personally, I probably wouldn't use a trainer located in a vet's office for that reason- I want training to be fun, low-stress, and being surrounded by sick and stressed animals does not accomplish that. My vet maintains lists of local trainers and the behavioral problems they are prepared to address and hands it out to their clients, I think that's effective and really the way to go.
What Is The Job Role Of A Veterinary Technician?
Veterinary technicians assist veterinarians in providing care for patients. They perform a wide variety of tasks in a veterinary facility.
A very general list of things that a veterinary technician would do would include collecting patient histories, collect biological samples (blood, urine, feces, etc), running diagnostic tests, monitoring and medicating hospitalized animals, assisting in surgery, administering and monitoring anesthesia, performing dental cleanings, providing treatment for outpatients as prescribed by the attending veterinarian, filling prescriptions, answering client questions on preventative medicine, disease processes, medications, etc, maintaining inventory, caring for surgical and medical equipment such as anesthesia machines, taking radiographs, entering medical records, etc.
Veterinary Receptionist: Where Are All Of The Jobs?
I Have My A.A Degree In Liberal Arts And Am Considering Taking The &Quot;Animal Science Office Assistant&Quot; Certificate Program Offered At My College But When I Look For Openings Online (I Look Nation-Wide On Ideed.Com) There Are Hardly Any.
Hi Bard, try searching on google and other search engines for jobs, and also do a search for all the vet offices in your geographic area and visit them in person while you are wearing appropriate semi-business attire. Contact your area's ASPCA, the various city animal shelters around you, and other organizations that deal with pets. There are jobs, and if you go around via driving and stop in at various businesses, etc., you will make connections that will lead you to job possibilities.
If your heart is in being an animal science office assistant, then by all means take the certificate program, so that you will be more qualified. Don't listen to the nay-sayers. Be positive and envision the job you want! Best wishes.