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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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Agent Orange exposure has been blamed for virtually any disease Vietnam vets and their offspring have ever suffered since the soldiers finished their tours of duty.
" "We at Royal Canin recognize the need to establish and pioneer an education campaign that would mobilize the pet-lovers community in advocacy for the well-being of dogs," Royal Canin vet pillar head for sales and marketing Ann Madelene Garcia said.
James Harris, from White Cross Vets in Coulby Newham, said: "We generally see a few cases of gastroenteritis each week in our practices and these increase at this time of year.
A&M's vet school plans to expand its freshman class size from 132 to 162 by next fall, which would be the largest veterinary class size in the United States or Canada, according a 2017 report commissioned by Tech.
Butch Hogan, Chief Technical Officer at Vet Tix, is a DAV member and disabled Army veteran.
The following chapter by Michele Simons and Anni Yaringa then goes into a more detailed discussion of the principles of assessment in the VET sector, covering RPL for example, and providing practical steps for designing assessment strategies.
"If your pet is not well at the weekend or you have a question about a behavioral problem or vaccination, we can let you speak to a vet as soon as possible.
CARDIFF-BASED Heath Vets has appointed Leanne Kiddie as a customer care manager - making the Rhiwbina-headquartered group perhaps the first veterinary group in Wales to appoint designated customer care personnel.
As is common with most sub-contracted emergency cover providers, Mr Chikosi was the only vet present, so he waited for an a hour and a half until another vet could be located before he visited the dog.
For more than 50 years, I was unaware of many services/benefits available to us old combat vets. A couple of years ago, a Vietnam vet told me about, and practically dragged me to, the Grafton Street facility.
The company, which sells branded Water For Vets Water[R] water bottles and branded Water For Vets[R] Americans with Disabilities (ADA) compliant vending machines, has developed a business strategy meant to empower Veterans through entrepreneurship.
"I have had animals die because I can't find a vet to treat them, it is a terrible situation to be in."
The authority said it is now expected of the Minister of Education to announce, through a second notice in the Government Gazette, a final framework for the implementation of the VET Levy.
"It was horrific," said vet nurse Dinah Hazeldine, from the Llanrwst practice.