Wednesday, January 10, 2007

10 things you need to know about your vet

now that I am riddled with guilt and TERRIFIED that louie jew was left alone post-op, I am sharing the burden. 10 things you need to know about your vet. oy.

this part made my palms sweat, my gums itch and my knees weak. I'm such a wuss.

5. "Surgery's a cinch. It's the overnight stay you should be worried about."
If you think your pet will be tenderly nurtured through the night after surgery at a veterinary office or hospital, think again. Many vets don't staff their offices overnight, so it's important to ask about what happens in the wee hours.


Anonymous said...

I think your biggest worry would be if the vet was located next door to a Korean restaurant.

katie schwartz said...

just korean? are you sure, mj?

Al Sensu said...

Vietnamese, chinese as well.

Human hispitals not much better. Try to get an overworked nurse to show up when you ring the ball at 2 a.m.

Coaster Punchman said...

Being a new father of two new baby kitties, I refuse to read this link. (I already read the ones about hospitals and dentists- that's enough paranoia for one day!)


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