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How Far Away Is Your Veterinarian? Do You Have A 24-Hour Vet For Emergency?
It'S A 20 Minute Drive To My Vet. It Takes At Least 10 Just To Get Out Of My Neighborhood.
Mine is 10 minutes down the road. We have the pager number to 2 of the vets at the office if there is an emergency. It takes them 5 minutes to get to the office. So if anything happens we are all set. It's good to know how far you vet is from you this way you know your plan of action if something happens.
What Are These Red Bumps On My Dogs Face? To Late To Go To Vet And 24 Hour Vet Is To Far Away!?
My Dog Has Been Barfing A Lot Lately But It May Be From The Cat Food She Ate Today...(Kitten Knocked Down Bowl) Since It Has Happened Before And The Amount Is Decreasing, But She Has 2-3 Red Bumps On Her Mouth And They Dont Look So Good, One Is Under Her Nose And Has Little To No Hair On It.
The Others Are A Lot Smaller But Are Still Red And Hairless, She Also Has A Flea Problemm But None Go To Her Face.
There Is A Very Small ( Very Small) Hole In It, Could It Be From A Bite?
Can I Wash It?
24 hour vet is too far away, BUT STILL FREE TO CALL AND GET THE INFORMATION THAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION FOR YOUR DOG!
Medical Assistant At A Veterinary Office?
I'M Going To School For A Medical Assistant Soon, I Was Wondering If I Could Get A Job At A Veterinary Office As A Veterinary Technician Or A Veterinary Assistant When I Graduate That Program. I Really Like Animals But There Aren'T Any Veterinary Schools Around Where I Live. Do You Have Any Advice About Medical Assisting Jobs Or If I Have To Work At A Hospital Or Doctors Office When I Graduate? Help Me Please Thanks!!!
There are different ways to get your foot in the door.
Some veterinarians prefer to do just about everything themselves. They hire technicians, but the technicians work on a fairly low level. They might hold the dog while the veterinarian gives injections, for example, but they won't be giving injections. These veterinarians will often hire you with no experience if they like you. After all, they aren't asking you to do anything that ANYONE couldn't do.
There are also veterinarians who hire kennel help and eventually train them to be technicians. They might have you assist in simple ways when they're short staffed, and as you learn more and get more experience, they move you up.
After you gain experience in either of these two ways, you can usually get your foot in the door as a tech assistant (eventually moved up to tech) at a faster paced clinic where the technicians see and do just about everything. Technicians who can do everything are valuable, so these techs make a little more, but the top pay for vet techs is usually still pretty low. Unfortunately, people don't always value their animals the way they value people. That means there is a lot less money to be made.
The least common way (at least in my area) is going to vet tech school. Most vets don't seem to place a lot of value on it and prefer to train their employees the way THEY want them trained. The exception would be technicians that work in research. Those positions often require schooling.
Medical assisting is very different from being a vet tech. I'm not sure it would carry any weight as far as finding a job goes, but I don't think it will hurt you, either.
Might The Reversion Of Turritopsis Nutricula Be Applicable To Veterinary Medical Regeneration?
Yes. It is possible that once we understand the biogenetic or molecular basis of TRANSDIFFERENTIATION, which is the process by which this jellyfish rejuvenates, we might be able to apply that knowledge to various forms of medical restoration, at least in veterinary medicine.
Eventually, we may be able to utilize information about transdifferentiation, from various sources in addition to Turritopsis nutricula, to enable aging humans to have what amounts to a youthful elixir. One possible outcome would be the ability of people to retain all of their life memories while regenerating as children, thus possibly achieving immortality.
Turritopsis nutricula, a jellyfish, after becoming a sexually mature adult, can transform itself back into a child (the polyp stage) using the cell conversion process of transdifferentiation. Turritopsis nutricula repeats this cycle, meaning that it may have an indefinite lifespan.
Turritopsis nutricula is a hydrozoan with a life cycle in which it reverts to the polyp stage after becoming sexually mature. It is the only known case of a metazoan capable of reverting completely to a sexually immature, colonial stage after having reached sexual maturity as a solitary stage. It does this through the cell development process of transdifferentiation. Theoretically, this cycle can repeat indefinitely, rendering it biologically immortal until its nerve center is removed from the rest of the body.
Jellyfish usually die after propagating; however, the Turritopsis nutricula has developed the ability to return to a polyp state. This is done through a cell change in the external screen (exumbrella). The cells revert to a different state. The medusa is transformed into a stolon and the polyps into a hydroid colony. The umbrella turns inside out; middle section and tentacles are resorbed before the polyp spawns. Stolons form two days before the polyps differentiate. The ability to reverse the life cycle is probably unique in the animal kingdom, and allows the jellyfish to bypass death, rendering the Turritopsis nutricula biologically immortal. Lab tests showed that 100% of specimens reverted to the polyp stage.
Please, A Vet Or Someone Doing Veterinary At Uni!?
Basically, I Really Want To Do Veterinary At University However I Know That You Must Have Loads Of Work Experience And Even Though I Am Only 15 I Think It Would Be A Good Idea To Start Now. What Are The Guide Lines For Work Experience If You Want To Get Into A Fairly Good University And Do Veterinary? I Heard It Was Something Like 4 Weeks Farming, 3 Weeks With Small Animals In A Vets And 3 Weeks With Horses Or Big Animals?
And Also Can You Count Working At A Rescue Centre With Dogs And Cats And Other Pet Animals (Not Including Horses) As Your &Quot;Working With Small Animals Work Experience&Quot;?
Start working NOW, seriously. I'm doing vet at uni and had to start working at 13.
You want everything. You want a farm job, a job at a vet practise, veterinary pathology centre, zoo, stables. Do everything, but don't let your grades slip. In my country, you need AAAAA (top grades) to get a place at uni.
What Is The Top Veterinary Hospital/Clinic In The World?
I Am Trying To Find Out:
A) What The Most Expensive Veterinary Practice In The World Is
B) What Veterinary Center Pays Their Vets The Highest, In The World
C) Which Veterinary Center Is Considered The &Quot;Best&Quot; (Best Care, Etc.) In The World
It Could Be A Center Researching Cures For Animals, A Veterinary Hospital, Avian/Aquatic Vets, Anything Like That.
All Help Appreciated!
Hi there... your question is difficult to answer because there are many world renown veterinary hospitals that specialize in particular species. One example is that Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is the leader for feline, canine and equine best medical care, but not necessarily in other animals. However, there are other institutions that are equally as good or even better for each particular/specific species.
Veterinary salary also varies greatly for each country therefore it would be difficult to be specific as to who makes the highest salary worldwide. USA salaries range from $45,000/year up to as high as $85,000/year.
As for the most expensive veterinary practice this is relative to the region people reside. Those individuals who live in metropolitan regions will pay more than those who reside in rural regions or less densely populations respectively.