How to Ask for Free Vet Advice?

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When asking advice from a Veterinarian online, be concise and to the point. Long, detailed posts are usually not required, unless it takes that long to actually explain the issue. Always remember that advice given online, even in professional forums, and groups, are not to be construed as medical advice, and should be talked over with a normal veterinarian before implementation.
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1. Call local vets for advice and referrals. Speak with local veterinarians and ask if they can offer free advice when owners cannot afford to pay. If they say no, ask if they can
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You can't, at least not in a timely manner. However, most vets are willing to answer questions over the phone, provided that the question isn't too complex and doesn't require information
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For the fastest reply, it seems. Yahoo! Answers. is the most preferred source for this for two reasons: Lots of Users, so more eyeballs looking at your Question. More people who are
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