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veterinary

 [vet´er-ĭ-nar″e]
1. pertaining to domestic animals and their diseases.
veterinary technician a health care worker who is skilled in technical aspects of veterinary medicine and works as a professional assistant to a veterinarian or to any of various types of researchers and scientists.

vet·er·i·nar·y

(vet'ĕr-i-nār-ē),
Relating to the preventive health and disease managements of animals, also encompassing meat hygiene, zoonoses, and epidemiology.
[L. veterinarius, fr. veterina, beast of burden]

veterinary

(vĕt′ər-ə-nĕr′ē, vĕt′rə-)
adj.
Of or relating to veterinary medicine; concerned or connected with the medical or surgical treatment of animals, especially domestic animals.
n. pl. veterinar·ies
A veterinarian.

vet·er·i·nar·y

(vet'ĕr-in-ar-ē)
Relating to the diseases of animals.
[L. veterinarius, fr. veterina, beast of burden]
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Increased freedom of movement under the terms of a general licence will kick in 60 days after animals are successfully vaccinated, although farmers should realise that if they intend moving an animal to Scotland, it will need a veterinary certificate of vaccination.
Moscow wants a single EU veterinary certificate to replace the different ones produced by each Member State.
It's a non-runner - and one which does not require a veterinary certificate.
It's also important to remember that vaccinated animals moving into Scotland will need to have a veterinary certificate of vaccination, so farmers intending to trade with Scotland will have to involve their vet in their vaccination programme."

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