(UPDATES) My vet plan

Sep 2, 2019 3:09PM

Hello! I'm Lucie. I have made 2 other vet stories, a year ago, and then one a almost two years ago. Please forget about those. (I forgot my account email too, and password, so yeah.)

Anyways, I love horses. I take horseback riding lessons. I am getting a horse soon, but we just moved and I just got enrolled at a new school, so it might be awhile. This summer I got to go on a tour of The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in South Dakota. It was amazing! I hope in the future I can sponsor a horse there.

I want to be a equine veterinarian, and working on small mammals too. My parents are split, but I'll tell you all my pets total. So at my dads I have two dogs and a rescue cat we got this summer named Lucky! He's funny and crazy. The dogs are Honey, a rescue we got a few years ago, she's 11 and a French Bulldog. Then we have Flower, a black Labrador, whos 4 and has no sad back story. At my moms we have two dogs, who aren't rescues, named Maebelle (Basset Hound, 2) and Daphne (Yellow Labrador, 5) and a bearded dragon named Freddie, whos almost a year old, and my precious baby girls, Felisha and Pepper, two amazing bunnies, who are 7 months old.

So, in a few weeks, I'm getting my precious baby girls spayed. (They both currently have fleas, from being outside this summer, but there going inside in there playpens.) And I get some experience with giving them medicine, making sure there eating, and keeping there cage extra, extra, extra clean. And tomorrow I get to brush out a bunch of fleas or mites, and give them medicine, and get bite by the mites. This will help a lot with my experience.

If you have got a small mammal spayed, please give me some tips! I'm really worried, so if you could, that would help a lot!


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March 6 - 02:03am

I got my cat spayed a few years ago. She's a rescue and her name is Figaro. She was supposed to be a barn cat, but now she's just a porch diva lol. When we got her spayed, we had to keep her in an enclosed area over night so she didn't run away and rip her stitches. Well, she somehow got out of the window that was only open about 2 inches. So, my advice for you would be to make sure they're in a good place and keep a good eye on them! Let me know how it goes!

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