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FAQ

What Is The Fair Price To Get My Puppy Neuter + Canine Tooth Extraction?
As Title...4 Of The Canine Tooth Needs To Be Remove.

$45 for neuter
$250 for tooth extractions
$295 total

Why Should I Neuter My Rottweiler?
I Got A Rottweiler &Quot;Puppy&Quot; Today He Is Almost A Year Old. He Is Very Smart And Has Learned How To Sit Already, And Quickly Learned How To Walk On A Leash Without Walking Ahead And Pulling Me (I'M 6'2 250 Pounds And He Spun Me Around When I Wasn'T Paying Attention When Someone Through A Ball) This Dog Is Really Big. I Took Him To A Dog Park Today And He Was Very Calm And Playful With Both The Other Dogs (Although The First Dog He Met At First Was Nice, But Then After The 2Nd Time They Met The Little Dog Started Growling And Barking At Him And He Just Stood There And Looked At The Other Dog. Maybe Someone Can Explain That Too Was It My Dog'S Fault??) So Basically My Question Is A. Can Some Previous Owners Of Un-Neutered Rotts Tell My What Their Dog Was Like And B. Do You Have Any Suggestions For Me? This Is The First Time I'Ve Handled A Dog This Big, But I Control Him Easily And Did Right Away When He Was Getting Roudy Now He'Ll Go Strait To His Back When I Start Petting Him He Is A Really Good Dog. Thanks A Bunch!

Its not just about how well a dog is controlled it is also about the health of the dog, he could develop cancer if still intact, prolonging his life and preventing him from getting another female pregnant.
He can have a girlfriend... maybe a sex free relationship? lol
At 6months of age he can be neutered, so yours being almost 1, he can have it done now.
There are no other ways to prevent the cancer, human men wouldn't get it if they had 'em cut off, so really it is the only prevention to testicular cancer.
Also have a look at this site for other information :)
http://marvistavet.com/html/body_canine_...

Where Can I Find Laws Pertaining To Opening A Mobile Pet Care Place?
I Am A Veterinary Technician, I Had An Idea To Open A Mobile Service In My Area In Fl To Do Little Things Like Nail Trims, Clean Ears, Express Anal Glands, Do Heartworm Tests, Etc... The Only Thing I Know For Sure Is That You Have To Be A Liscenced Vet To Give A Rabies Vaccines, Which Is Fine, I Don'T Plan On Doing That, But I Wanted To Know If There Were Any Other Laws Pertaining To Drawing Blood Or Giving The Other Vaccines, Or Any Other Laws That Would Help Me Get Started? If Anyone Knows Of Where To Look For Some Information And Laws, Please Let Me Know, Thanks =)

The ordinances would be held by the City Clerk's office, regarding stationary businesses and such, but this one I think you need to either call the Health Department in case it falls within their jurisdiction, OR (most likely) the state veterinary board. Technically I think all three places would likely have some law or other you'd have to be aware of. Disposal of medical waste for one, potentially being bonded, insurance liability in case you need to transport an animal if it's not covered under your car insurance, things like that.

You've got a good business idea, I don't know where to point you though. Have you tried contacting your local SCORE or SBA?

I Need A # For A Local Ferrel Cat Program!!?
I Need Help Finding A Number For A Ferrell Cat Program In The Ri/Mass Area. I Know It Exists Because I Worked At An Animal Hospital That Did The Spaying/Neutering For Them. Well, Now I Don'T Work At The Hospital Anymore And I Need Help Spaying/Neutering My Cats. The Dog Officer Is Threatening To Take Them If I Don'T Have Them Fixed, And No Matter Which Shelter They Take Them To Around Here, They'Ll Get Put To Sleep Unless They'Re Adopted In 14 Days. Please, If Anyone Could Possibly Help Me Get The Number For &Quot;Ferrell Cat&Quot; In The Ri/Mass Area, I Would Be So Very Greatful. Please, Please Help Me!!!

http://www.catswithnoname.net/Massachuse...
http://www.catswithnoname.net/RhodeIslan...
The ones with a YES next to the name have spay neuter programs.

http://www.animaladvocatesma.org/

http://mrfrs.org/subpg/programs/spayneuter.php

Salmon River Veterinary Service
Low Cost Spay / Neuter mobile surgical van;
location varies statewide
401-793-0092

http://www.faxonarl.org/clinic.htm

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MA48.html

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/RI11.html#Spay
Warwick Chapter of VSA: (401) 738-2098

What Are Some Good Collages In Ny If I Want To Become A Vet For Small Animals Like Cats,Dogs,Rabbits,Etc..?

First you must get a B.A. degree from a 4 year college. For those 4 years you will be taking the general education courses. You should major in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. Once you graduate with your B.A. degree, you then apply to a college of Veterinary Medicine. It is extremely difficult to get into one of these colleges. I have seen people with 4.0 GPA's who dont even get in, because the competition is that tough. You must have something to set you apart from the hundreds of other people who are applying for the same spots. Volunteer work is crucial. You should start volunteering at a humane society, shelter, animal rescue, wildlife rehabilitation center, etc. Or you should start working at a veterinary hospital as a vet assistant. You might have to start off working at a vet hospital as a receptionist, or kennel attendant and then work your way up to assistant or vet tech.
Cornell would probably be the best school. But VERY difficult to get accepted. http://www.vet.cornell.edu/
Good luck!

Do You Think Vets Really Cares For Animals ?
Or Are They Just In It To Make Money? The Vets Nowadays Are Very Expensive.

Anyone (techs, doctors, etc.) that work in veterinary medicine for more than a year do so because they love animals. You don't get rich being a vet, you get rich being a human surgeon. I worked as a tech for almost ten years. People don't realize that the amount of overhead a good clinic has is the about the same as a human hospital of the same size. The equipment is expensive, the medications are expensive, and paying a good staff is expensive.
Yes, they charge a lot. But it is a business. If you don't have money coming in the door, you can't stay open. It's that simple. All most people see or hear is how much money they have to pay. They don't think about cost of supplies, training a staff, paying bills and licensing fees and the emotional investment most vets and techs make in their patients. I used to work with a vet that said, "We can't love them more than their owners do". He meant, we can't force someone to pay for a procedure that is needed if the person doesn't want to.
You have no idea how many times I saw people crying to me that they couldn't pay to treat Parvo in a puppy, but pull out a $400 cell phone, drive a brand new car, and talk about their new, large flat screen TV. Having animals and paying for their care is expensive. There's a reason why I don't g out every weekend, I don't go to concerts, I don't eat five star restaurant meals. I make sacrifices to take care of the animals I took in.
It's not about the money, it's because they love animals, but they have to keep their business open, or they can't help anyone.