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FAQ

Should I Neuter My Cats At A Price Reduced Clinic?
I Recently Got A Price For Getting My Kittens Neutered At My Vet- Holy Crap- Super Expensive!! I Have Seen Clinics And Rescue Shelters That Offer Much Cheaper Than The Vet- I Just Want To Make Sure That These Are Safe- Anyone Have Any Experience With Them Or Know Much About Them?

a low cost clinic does not mean lower cost care. Have had both of my cats fixed that way, they tend to offer the services at a more reasonable rate to help get the number of unwanted or unexpected pets to decline. Way to go on wanting to get that done!

Does Anyone Know Where I Can Get Low Cost/ No Cost Vaccinations Or Health Care For My Cats???In Los Angeles?
I Need To Get My Fmale Cat,,,, Fixed And Vaccinated,,,, Again,,,, Who Knew,,, They Needed That Every Year :( I Can Bareley Afford Any Of This,, I Mean I Really Cant,,, But I Love My Babies,,, Help!!!!!!!

Try www.lovethatcat.com/stca.html for free/low cost cat care providers.

For folks looking for the same stuff, but are not in Calif., go to
www.lovethatcat.com/spayneuter.html

Also from www.lovethatcat.com:
Spay/USA
1-800-248-SPAY
"Call Spay/USA to get the names, phone numbers, and prices of services that have agreed to provide lower cost spay/neutering for cats and dogs in your local area. Private veterinarians, community programs, and special clinics participate nationwide."

Taking Pet To The Vet?
So... My Pet Needs The Vet, Right Now. The Vet Offered The Whole Thing For Free But My ******* Mom Wouldn'T Take It... Why? What Should I Do? She Said That I'M Going Against Her Will By Taking The Pet To The Vet... Wtf Is Wrong With Her Shitty Stupidity!

If your pet needs the vet, you should take it. Especially if the vet is willing to see it for free. I would take it myself or get someone else to take me. That's your baby, and s/he needs attention.

Pets In Vet College Dorms?
I Know That Most College Dorms Don't Allow Pets In Dorms, But What About Vet College Dorms? I'm Planning On Going To Vet School And Living On Campus, But I Want To Keep My Degus With Me, And Possibly A Bird Or A Dog.

I went to Kansas State as an undergrad and there is a vet school here (most vet student don't live in them, but a lot of pre-vet students do). We were allowed to have caged pets. I kept a bird when I was there and degus would have been fine after you explained to them what exactly they were (I have them too and no one knows what they are). A dog is out of the question in pretty much every college dorm. You'd have too many issues with allergies and barking and stuff, plus it's not really fair to a dog to live in such a small space. No matter if the school allows pets or not, it would have to be ok with your roomate. The first roomate I had hated my bird even though she said she liked birds. I switched after two months and my next roomate was great and let me bring her back and she stayed the rest of the year. Don't expect for anyone to allow you to have degus and a bird though. They'll probably only let you have one or the other.
I suggest living in the dorms in undergrad and having your degus and get an apartment in vet school. You won't want to live in the dorms during vet school anyway it's way too noisy and you'll be studying a lot more than everyone else. Plus you'll be able to find an apartment that will allow you to have a dog.

Veterinary Job?
I'M In High School And I Really Want To Be A Veterinary Technician Or Something Around That Area, Could Anyone Tell Me What Classes I Need To Take, Gpa, Colleges, Stuff Like That.

While in high school take as much science and math as you can. The programs are competitive entry, but you don't need a perfect 4.0 GPA like you would for veterinary school. Take a look at the link below. It is the only program I know of - although there must be others throughout the country.

Veterinary Assistant Job?
Ok I Heard That A Veterinary Assistant Job Requires A High School Diploma Or A Ged But It Does Not Require College. Is This True? If It Is True Then What Do I Do? Just Go Into A Vet And Ask For An App. For A Veterinary Assistant?

What you need to understand is that veterinary assistant is kind of an old term. Not all clinics employ "assistants". At some smaller clinics an assistant is kind of a receptionist/technician/kennel worker all rolled into one. It would normally be at 1-2 doctor practices that don't have a large number of animals staying in the kennels and don't have a lot of appointments throughout the day.

Most larger clinics have receptionists, technicians and kennel help, but no one called an assistant. With only a high school degree you would be qualified for kennel help or receptionist. Neither of those require any college education and they would both start out at minimum wage. You could probably work in the kennel if you were still in high school. Technicians do normally have a 2 year degree.

Yes, go to any vet clinic and ask about job openings. You can put that you're interested in a veterinary assistant position, but understand that if they don't have a position called that then they will instead consider you for kennel help or receptionist. If that's not what you're wanting to do, then consider going to tech school.