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What Is The Best Vet Assistant Program ?
I'Ve So Far Ventured Into The Animal Behavior College Website Aswell As Penn Foster...This Is A Link To The Program Http://Www.Animalbehaviorcollege.Com/Veterinaryassistant/
I'Ve Read It Multiple Times And It Seems Legitimate Enough, However I Would Really Like To Hear From A Current Student Of The Program Or A Graduate. Do They Really Set You Up With Externships In Local Vet Hospitals? Because That Seems To Good To Be True. I Know Penn Foster Is Avma Certified Whilist This Program Isn'T However Penn Foster Doesn'T Offer Externships And You'Re Supposed To Find Your Own Training Location Which Is Practically Impossible. Overall I Just Need A Good Veternary Assistant Program In My Area( Los Angeles) /Online That Will Give Me A Lot Of Hands On Training So I Can Later Move On To Working On A Vet Tech Degree At Pierce Community College. Any Tips ?
ABC is a veterinary ASSISTING program and this is very different from a veterinary technology degree program. No state in the US recognizes veterinary assisting programs or requires a special education in veterinary assisting. Veterinary assisting is an entry-level position and anyone regardless of education or experience can hire on as a veterinary assistant.
A VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY DEGREE from an AVMA accredited school is required by most states to work as a veterinary technician. Veterinary technicians are professionals and must be licensed in order to work, as well as being allowed to perform more tasks than a veterinary assistant.
You would be wasting your money to get a veterinary assistant certificate if you intend to go into a veterinary technology degree program. There is also no reason to go through Penn Foster's veterinary technology (or their veterinary assisting) program if you intend to attend Pierce college. Veterinary technology degree programs do require lots of hands-on training and you will get that either through the college keeping animals and running a "teaching hospital" or through externships that will be arranged by your school. You need to just enroll in an AVMA accredited veterinary technology degree program from the start.
I would strongly recommend that you contact your state veterinary technician association to get some help and advice to so that you have a better understanding of what is required and what programs you need to take so that you don't waste time and money.
What Are The Best Vet Schools?
What Are The Best Vet Schools? And What Are The Best Colleges To Attend For Undergrads Who Wish To Become A Vet?
The top three vet schools are Cornell University, UC Davis, and Colorado State University, respectively. For a full list, you can look up "top vet schools" at the US News and World Report website.
As far as an undergraduate program goes, you'll want to go into something like animal science or biology, but you really can go into any major (as long as you meet the vet school's requirements). Really any program will do, though I would recommend checking a few out and seeing what sorts of classes they have and other related activities outside of classes. For example, I go to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and in addition to classes, we have enterprises which allow us hands-on experience with everything from beef cattle to chickens to turtles. Also, look for a place where you have some professors who are veterinarians, because you can learn SO much from them, inside and outside of the classroom.
I hope this helps, and good luck to you!
Feline Enucleation/Vet Advise?
My Poor Mom Has Alot On Her Plate Right Now, A Sick Husband (My Dad) And A Sick Cat... They Are Both Self Employed And In Bad Financial Shape And They Have Enough Problems With Their &Quot;Human&Quot; Medical Bills, Let Alone Their 2 Cats... My Dad Will Hopefully Be Ok, With Upcoming Open Heart Surgery. (Wish Us Good Luck!)
Her Cat On The Other Hand, Has &Quot;Feline Corneal Sequestration&Quot; And Needs An Expensive Surgery To Fix Her Eye. She Is Also A 10 Year Old (Indoor Medium Haired Domestic) Cat That Weighs 18(!) Lbs. She'S Never Been Diagnosed As Diabetic Or Endocrine &Quot;Challenged&Quot;, But The Vet Did Say She'D Need A Full Blood Workup To See If She Even Qualifies For General Anesthesia B/C Of Her Condition. She Also Has Bad &Quot;Acid Reflux&Quot; Or Something Undiagnosed (Although Many Trips To The Vet To Figure It Out) That, Despite Medicine Is Causing Her To Puke About 3 Times A Day... Which Doesn'T Help My Poor Mom, Constantly Cleaning Up After Her.
My Main Question Is... How Much Is It To Remove The Cats Eye Altogether? Cheaper Than The Complicated Other Surgery? Chance Of Survival In An Obese Old(Ish) Cat? Worth The Money For Such A Struggling Family? She Is Stressed To The Max And Loves Her Cat But Doesn'T Know If It Is Worth Spending Over $500 (And That'S With A Discount) To Fix An Eye Problem That May Re-Occur... Help! Professional Advise Is Appreciated.
For the eye, you basically have three options: 1) do nothing - if the eye is not painful or if the cat is leaving it alone then this may be a viable option. Your vet would be the best one to know if the eye is painful - don't assume because the cat is eating/drinking/acting fine that he is not in pain. 2) remove the eye - a perfectly good option if the surgery is not affordable and 3) the original surgery recommended by the vet. With proper screening, the anesthesia risks can be minimized and the surgery will be safer; 10 years old is not too old for a surgical procedure. In my opinion, the enucleation would be less expensive and curative (if in pain). Discuss the issue with your vet and see if a different option may fit your budget better.
Why Do Vets Check Feline Leukemia Before They Spay A Cat?
We Brought In Our Cat To Spay, Found Out It Had Feline Leukemia, And The Vet Urged Us To Euthanize Her.We Are So Upset We Can'T Think Straight.She Had Like An Hiv Also And The Combination Of Both Are Deadly, I Feel Now, Maybe We Should Of Just Left Well Enough Alone And Taken Our Chances With Her.Maybe The Vet Thought That It Would Be Too Expensive To Treat Her,Did We Do The Right Thing?
I am assuming you did put her down.
It is bad enough that the cat had leukemia but the cat having feline aids also seriously cut this cats lifespan horribly.
Your vet knew that the cat would get sick and to be honest..treating the leukemia is a total loss.
I had a kitten that i had fixed not knowing she had it..(back then the vets didn't test for it first)..She got sick a year later which is when i found out she had it..it cost me a fortune trying to treat each illness and in the end she died a terrible death.
I know you are second guessing your self but obviously it wasn't about the money for you and i'm sure the vet wasn't thinking like that either,,the vet just knew you had no shot here of giving this cat a good quality of life.
I'm sorry you had to go through this.
All Vets For Equine Animals!!!!! I Need Help I Have A Donkey Who Is Not Doing Well At All Can You Help Me?
Ok So My Donkey For The Last Week Has Been Laying Down Not With The Horse Or The Cow. As Of Tonight Sunday June 26 He Is Not Eating He'S Not Pooping He Is Peeing But Not Pooping. We Think That He Lost A Tooth But We Found It And I Checked To Make Sure That He Had His Back Teeth. When He Walks His Back Legs Are Stiff. When He Eats Everything Is Sucked On And He Is Just Not Acting Right. I Have Fed Him Oat Meal With Molasses In It And Tonight I Put A Little Bit Of Vegetable Oil In It To See If It Will Loosen Up Some Of That Stuff Inside. I Have A Vet Coming Tomorrow But I Would Like To Know A Little More Tonight About What I Might Be Dealing With. Thanks!!
I am not a vet, but what are you waiting for? Call the vet now!!! You should have called the vet a week ago when your donkey started exhibiting abnormal behavior. Maybe you should also check your pastures for toxic plants, just to be sure he did't ingest a poison, and keep him moving! Don't feed him again until the vet clears him.
What Kind Of Pets Do Veterinarians Care For(Small Animal Vets)?
I Just Want To No All The Pets Small Vets Would Care For
You need to call the specific vet and ask them.
I know a dog-and-cat vet who also knows how to take care of camels and elephants, but doesn't anymore!
There are vets for almost any animal in the pet trade, especially the ones that are most common. If you're looking for a tarantula vet, though, good luck.
They even have vets for fish, you just need to look around.
One small animal vet may specialize in only small avians, rabbits, and guinea pigs... but another may specialize in chinchillas and all rodents, etc. It really depends on the individual, and which pets are popular in that area.