Recent Examples of veterinarian from the Web
Fipronil is commonly used by veterinarians to treat fleas and ticks in pets, but is banned by the European Union for treating animals like chickens that are part of the human food chain.
The district was able to develop partnerships with veterinarians, auto repair shops and car dealers, among other businesses.
Family members of the late Dr. Richard O. Cook, a Bel Air veterinarian and the farm fair's first chairman and chief fundraiser, who died in February, attended the luncheon, according to O'Neill.
The dog was subsequently taken to a veterinarian to be examined.
Dog owners who are concerned about their pets’ health should talk to their veterinarian.
Miller, the veterinarian at the Colorado Division of Wildlife, thinks Wisconsin is on the right track.
Her mother, a veterinarian, had wanted to run her own practice but instead took a federal government job for the guarantee of health insurance.
Owners also seem confused about how much to feed their pets, the report notes, while also stating the obvious: A veterinarian can help you with that.
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Definition of veterinarian for English Language Learners
: a person who is trained to give medical care and treatment to animals : an animal doctor
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