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vet

1. n. a veterinarian. (Standard English.) The vet didn’t charge much to look at the turtle.
2. tv. to give a medical examination to and treat a person (or an animal). The doctor vetted me quickly and charged an unbelievable sum for it.
3. n. a (war) veteran. The vets in the hospitals across the land appreciate your kindness.
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Our vets are often called out to farm and horse emergency work so they are complemented by two nurses who are in the surgery all the time to care for the inpatients and provide telephone advice.
During the league matches, Vet Lab beat among other teams Limuru 15.
In addition to the new partnership, DAV Charitable Service Trust recently provided a significant grant to Vet Tix to deliver even more event tickets to deserving veterans and their families.
He remains cautious about PawSquad because, he says, "from my own experience we've been able to ring up the vet and have a chat for free anyway.
Heath Vets has identified customer service as their key driver to retaining customers, attracting new customers and sustaining growth.
Mr Chikosi did not defend himself, though he alleged at the time he had been "hung out to dry" by Vets Now and so he was removed from the register and is unable to practise in this country.
ANIMAL activists in Bahrain are appealing to authorities to provide more qualified vets operating out-of-hours.
More than 2,500 entries flooded in from 50 countries including a moving picture of a vet in Sheffield treating a horse with a tumour on its eye and a poignant image of a doctor holding the hand of a silverback mountain gorilla in Rwanda.
You should take your dog to your vet to be checked over.
Although vet clinics are a business, this does not mean they are out to overcharge when minor ailments need treatment.
The VET sector plays multiple roles in general, and it plays a different balance of roles for different populations.
Finally, on the matter of inflicting increased costs on trainers, this was considered by the stewards and given that the costs of the licence payable by the vets is proposed at pounds 9 per annum with all vet workshops being provided free of charge, it is clear to me that there should be no additional costs handed on to trainers by vets licensed to carry out kennel inspections.
vet schools produce about 2,500 vets a year, the majority are choosing to practice on smart animals, which generally provides a more lucrative and comfortable lifestyle than the longer hours and tower pay rural.
If the vet doesn't see the value of a product they will be very reluctant to support it.
Using lethal drugs, easily accessible, is the most common way they choose to kill themselves, according to Richard Mellanby, a vet and