dog

  1. CardiacLion

    [Question]: Getting a Dog in EM Residency

    Hi Folks, Looking for some sage advice regarding the possibility of adopting an adult dog this year. I'm a rising intern, hopefully soon to be matched into an EM residency. Wondering how many of you would say this is something that is possible to do. Background: my family owned a dog when we...
  2. Stagg737

    Tick Bites

    So I realize this thread isn't for medical/diagnostic advice, but I had some quick questions regarding ticks. We just moved to a new house recently and yesterday when I was petting my dog I found a tick on him. I removed it with some tweezers but was unable to remove the head. There was some...
  3. P

    Dog Agility Training as an EC?

    I have had my dog (Mini Australian Shepherd) since August, and we have recently started agility training to compete locally. This is something that I like to do in my free time as a stress reliever, but it has now become a huge part of my life. This training has really taught me how to...
  4. F

    Vet students who have dogs, how do you manage it?

    6 months ago I decided to get a dog. I knew what I was getting myself into, and I understand that a dog is a huge responsibility. I told myself I'd never give up on her, especially since my parents would gave away a couple dogs we've had. It was highly upsetting to me and the dogs, and I...
  5. M

    PhD/PsyD with a dog?

    Hello everyone, I wondered if anyone could shed light on their experience with time management while studying clinical psychology at the doctorate level. Specifically, I am curious what the dog owner's experience has been. How many hours a week do you find that you are working, and are you able...
  6. Doctor-S

    Pet Oxygen Equipment/Mask

    Does anyone have any comments/experience with this pet oxygen mask from Wag'N O2 Fur Life? Your thoughts?
  7. A

    Will having two dogs in medical school ruin my life?

    Alright, so I am an undergrad looking at going in Neurology (Possibly Oncology) after my BA, which means medical school. I have a 6 month old incredibly easy puppy who is an amazing part of my life. I love having a dog and will never regret getting him as he is my best friend and understands...
  8. T

    Getting a Dog to Help With MCAT Stress

    My husband is studying for the MCAT to take this summer. I noticed he's been very stressed out and isolated. I was thinking about getting him a puppy to help relieve some of his stress and take away some of the unavoidable depression that comes with preparing for the MCAT's. Would that be a good...
  9. D

    Auburn, Al- Pet friendly 3 bedroom, 2 bath home for rent

    Hey all, 3 bed, 2 full bathroom manufactured (mobile) home for rent in Orchard Way Park- about 5 minutes from AUCVM and 15 to TUSVM 1200 sq foot home Pet friendly- fenced yard with large covered deck Master bedroom has walk in closet and bathroom with garden tub and stand up shower Brand new...