VETS


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AcronymDefinition
VETSVeterinary Emergency Treatment Service
VETSVictory Ensured Through Service
VETSVeteran's Employment & Training Service
VETSVeterans Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc. (Vienna, VA)
VETSVeterinary Emergency Treatment and Specialties (Tufts University; Massachusetts)
VETSVeterans Employment Transition Services (Miami, Florida)
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I will be registering my lot, I love James as a vet and so do my dogs.
At Donaldson's we think it is essential that pets are cared for by the vets and the practice that know them best, so we provide our own roundthe-clock care.
Danny Brown hit a consolation for Crossway Vets as they went down 6-1 to Avenue Vets who had Danny Edwards, Lee Gibson, Kev Duffy, Paul Lacy, Chris Taylor and Nick Scholes on target.
VETS 2 is a multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with a Best-in-Class designation and 70 of the world's premier SDVOSB IT service providers.
On the equine side, Intake Vets has the most advanced, mobile, digital X-ray system in the North East offering top quality radiography at your location.
We at My Family Vets are really pleased to be able to welcome them in to their local branch surgery and start to promote good pet care and an interest in animals from a young age.
If every pet owner was able to make that free call, most surgeries would just be answering calls and vets would be out of business.
Having Leanne as our dedicated customer care manager will help us set Heath Vets apart from other practices.
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.
Inexplicably, the author of the article made no mention of the Vet Center on Grafton Street in Worcester.
Cat Society of Bahrain vice-president Hana Kanoo said the government needed to provide certified vets who are able to care for smaller animals like cats and dogs.
The animals, which otherwise are at risk of being euthanized, are matched with veterans who are then given thorough weekly training, as well as ongoing support and encouragement by the volunteers with the Vets to Vets United, Inc.