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vet

(vĕt) Informal
n.
A veterinarian.
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The Ranch Hands got cancer about 21 percent less often than the comparison group of Vietnam vets who sprayed no herbicide at all.
But her vets were worried she would develop cataracts in both eyes.
"This website we have developed helps pet owners schedule their regular vet visits in a few clicks." In a survey conducted by Royal Canin on responsible pet ownership in the Philippines, pet medicalization remains relatively low with only 20 percent of local pet owners bringing their pets to veterinarians at least once a year.
A great many of our newly recruited Vets over the years have spent time with us while they were at school, college and Vet School.
Anyone wanting further information should contact their local vet.
One of the driving tenets of Tech's new vet school is its non-traditional education model, said Guy Loneragan, a veterinarian and Tech professor who has developed much of the curriculum for the new school.
To prevent a shortage, the BVA is urging the Home Office to add vets to the Shortage Occupation list.
To be safe, get it checked out by a vet. Like doctors, vets are increasingly reluctant to use antibiotics unless necessary, which may be the case here.
Vet Tix was founded when CEO and disabled Navy veteran Mike Focareto was at the 2007 Super Bowl and realized the military color guard members were not provided with seats at the game.
Including the editors, contributors represent a range of Australian VET professionals who would be familiar to those working in or associated with the sector, for example: Erica Smith, Michele Simons, Sarojni Choy.
"Even if your pet has a minor issue, you really have no option today but to rush to the vet," says serial entrepreneur and investor Diwaker Singh.
"The traditional veterinary practice model was based around territory; you had one vet practice in an area and local people used it.