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My Cat Just Caught A Bird! What Can I Do?
It'S Still Alive As I Managed To Get It Away From My Cat But It Doesn'T Seem To Be Able To Fly And Looks As Though It'S Wing Is Broken. There Doesn'T Appear To Be Any Open Wounds. I'Ve Put It In A Box And Shut Him In A Quiet Room But I Don'T Know What To Do Next. Can I Contact Someone? Is There Anything Else I Can Do?

I lifted this from the RSPB website:

"I have an injured bird in my garden, what should I do?
For most injured birds, place them gently in a box and keep them quiet, dark and cool. It may be that the bird is in shock and will soon recover so you can let it go. If it is more seriously injured, this will reduce stress on the bird until you can get advice on how you can help it.

The RSPB does not have bird hospitals or a rescue service because we are a conservation charity. The RSPCA, your local vet or a local animal rescue centre, have the expertise to help and advise you about sick and injured birds and animals."

hope it helps.

Are Security Canines Neutered?
I Have Two 4 Month Old Rottweiler/German Shepherds. I Just Got Their Rabies Shots Yesterday. One Is Male And The Other Is Female. They Are Both From The Same Litter. I Would Like To Neuter Them For The Many Health Benefits That They Will Gain. However, I Do Like The Fact That They Roam Freely In My Backyard (Approx 2000Sqft) And Give Me The Peace Of Mind Of Security. If I Neuter Them, Will They Be Less Likely To Be &Quot;Security&Quot; Dogs? I Didnt Get Them For Security Reasons, But Solely Because I Love Them.... Im Just Curious

They will be as protective as they were before- it is sterilization, not a frontal lobotomy. No worries.

Is It A Long Process To Get A Pet Doctors Note?
I Have Anxiety, I Am Wanting To Get A Doctors Note For My Dog. As My Companion Pet. Is It Difficult Or A Long Process?

A doctor's note for what purpose? If you mean you want your dog to be considered as an emotional support animal so that you can request they be allowed as an accommodation in housing that doesn't normally allow dogs, the process isn't long for someone who legitimately needs that, but just having anxiety isn't good enough.

You must be legally considered disabled by your condition. Your treating mental health professional (doctor, psychiatrist, etc) must "prescribe" the pet as part of your treatment plan. The letter they issue must verify that you meet the ADA definition of disabled, must specify the ways on which your dog mitigates your disability, and must also establish that the dog is necessary to your use and enjoyment of the housing. The dog must then be requested from the landlord as a reasonable accommodation for your disability, and approval needs to be granted before the dog is brought onto the property. The only other place where they are accorded special privileges are during air travel. This process does not allow the dog to be brought anywhere else normal pet dogs aren't allowed. Do be aware that by doing this, you would be labeling yourself as mentally disturbed enough that you are disabled by it.

From Where I Should Take My First Puppy???? From Pet Shop Or From Animal Doctor?
Why Ppl Say Not To Buy A Puppy From Pet Shop????? Pls Help Me I Wanna Buy My First Puppy, Breed Golden Retriever, Well It Is Easy Now Days To Get Golden Retriever Almost Everywhere. Pls Tell Me, Form Whom I Should Buy..............

Never buy a puppy from a pet shop or an Animal Doctor(whatever that is). Do you mean a vet? Always get a puppy from a reputable breeder and always see the pups with their Mother. The breeders premises should be clean and smell free and the pups should look bright and lively and be at least 8 weeks old. The Mother should have a nice temperament and not be shy or aggressive. Take someone with you that is experienced with dogs and who can advise you on which puppy to choose, especially if this is your first dog.
Its worth being careful and picky to get the right pup or you could end up with a load of vets bills if you get a sickly one.
A good breeder will have given the pups their 1st inoculation,wormed them and will have about 6 weeks free insurance on them and also will be willing to take the pup back if it proves unsuitable for you.
Look around, take your time and good luck.

When Im Older, I Want To Be A Vet For Safari Animals Such As Lions And Rhinos Etc, What Do I Study?
To Get There, What Do I Need To Study And What Qualifications Do I Need?

You would need to go to vet school....first 4 years earning your Bachelor of Science degree, than another 4 years of vet school if you are admitted. Not sure what you mean by "safari animals"...they are simply wildlife. Wild animals in the wild are not usually treated by vets....unless you are working with a biologist working for a government agency like Fish and Game, or Fish and Wildlife, who hires you to tranquilize them to tag them , take blood samples, etc. Sure you can work as a vet in a zoo to treat the wildlife there or for a wildlife sanctuary, but wildlife in the wild does not belong to anyone so if they are injured or sick..they just die as that is nature.

Dogs Penis Dripping Blood.Any Vets Online?(Pic)?
First Of All, I Have Already Been To The Vet. But I Am Curious On Another Opinion. Here Are Pictures. Http://I271.Photobucket.Com/Albums/Jj123/Jelet1/021Cc4bf-4Eb1-40Dd-Adad-81Bbba6e9c6a-200-000000259F7371b3_Zpsb099adbd.Jpg?T=1363645271 Http://I271.Photobucket.Com/Albums/Jj123/Jelet1/8187879C-Dcc2-43A5-85A8-5E11d1c29455-200-00000025963A4839_Zps58ebf055.Jpg?T=1363645267 The Vet Prescribed &Quot;Clavamox. Amoxicillin Trihydrate/ Clavulanate Potassium&Quot; 250Mg 14 Tabs .1 Tab, Every 12 Hour. He Was Not Sure What Was Wrong And Just Said That These Pills Should Clear It Up And Wanted To Save Me Money Before Doing Any Xrays Or Anything. (Nice Guy, But I Will Def Be Going To Another Vet If Things Dont Get Better) The Dog Drips Blood Only When Excited. Hes Been On The Antibiotics Now For 5 Days.... And Still Bleeding... Any Vets Know What This Could Be? And What Should Tests Should I Make Sure My Vet Does With My Dog When I Go Back? Like Xray? Is Urinalysis Needed? Please Help.

I have to start out by saying that I'm not a vet, but I am a dog-owner, a biomedical scientist and I have a zoology degree.

Clavamox, as you probably now know, is a very wide spectrum antibiotic and is effective against bacteria found in wounds and in bladder infections. As such, it was probably a very good choice as a first line of attack.

Don't forget that, for your dog to be X-rayed, it will also need a general anaesthetic just to make him lie still. When you start going down this path $320 dollars will look like chicken-feed. Added to this, any general anaesthetic carries a risk and your vet is quite right to avoid taking unnecessary risks with the life of your dog.

When you say "no pee in urine" I presume you mean no blood in urine. This is very good, as urinary tract infections where there is bleeding can be serious.

The fact that he is only bleeding when "excited" suggests that there is a small wound or tear in the very vascular tissue of his penis. The penis becomes erect because it has a spongy structure which fills with blood and inflates. I would guess that he has done something that has damaged his penis and is allowing blood to leak into his urethra. As he is already on antibiotics, he is unlikely to develop an infection. I suggest the best thing you can do is stop getting him excited and give the wound an opportunity to heal. As long as he is not a stud dog from which you want to breed, any damage to his penis is not likely to cause problems once it has stopped bleeding.

Analysis of his urine is not likely to be of much use as he probably doesn't have a urinary infection and, even if he did, the antibiotics will make any tests pointless.

Your vet is probably better than you are giving him credit for but, if you don't trust his judgement, you are better off finding a new vet rather than second-guessing this one or asking for help from strangers, who could tell you anything.

EWOK; It is very unprofessional to recommend a change of treatment prescribed by a practitioner of any sort. I certainly wouldn't do it on pain of being struck off the state register but, as you aren't a professional, I suppose you can't be criticised for giving poor advice. It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that, when a course of antibiotics is started, the course is completed. As well as enabling increased resistance to develop in the general bacterial population, it can be harmful to the animal concerned and make subsequent treatment far more difficult. DON'T STOP THE MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING A VET!!!