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vet

(vĕt) Informal
n.
A veterinarian.

vet

common idiomatic version of veterinarian.
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Ahhhh welcome back James, guess we will be moving to a new vets now - good luck in your new practice.
At Donaldson's we think it is essential that pets are cared for by the vets and the practice that know them best, so we provide our own roundthe-clock care.
Besides the Nairobi District Foursomes victory, Vet Lab's team popularly known as the "Stallions'', also finished third in the annual Tannahill Shield at Royal though the highlight of the club in the year 2017 was its historical victory in the Nairobi District League after 19 years of waiting.
Vet Tix and DAV are also working closely with ticket donors to help find more accessible seating to support attendance by disabled veterans and to ensure that Vet Tixers can be seated with their families while at events.
The Yorkshire Vet starts on Channel 5, Tuesday, 8pm
Like Uber, PawSquad comes with a ratings system so users can see how a vet has been reviewed by others, as well as the vet's qualifications.
said Gavin Hill-John, operations director of Heath Vets.
These may include: the location and state of the animal, the likely treatment needed, the availability of transport, eg private transport, friends, family, animal ambulance, pet taxi, the personal circumstances of the owner and the availability of assistance, the travelling time for the vet, the ability of the vet to make the visit safely, the possibility of another person attending with the vet, local weather conditions, the presence of any critical or unstable inpatients and any other emergency cases that take priority.
All any vet has to do is to walk through the door in order to receive a welcome and assistance with personal problems or problems dealing with the VA bureaucracy.
Bahrain resident Alise Lappo said she was devastated after finding an injured stray cat in Juffair but was unable to contact an emergency vet.
Danny A You need to take Duke to your vet to have his weight checked and the vet needs to make sure that his fierce appetite isn't caused by a medical condition.
They were: Vet Dafydd Evans, admin officer Rachel Sawrey and vet Anna Clarke (Ruthin branch); Vets Vicky Fraser, Elidh Hawkins and Heather Toft, and vet nurse Dinah Hazeldine (Llanrwst branch); and vet Lucie Stanley (Abergele branch).