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VETVeterinary
VETVeterinarian
VETVeteran
VETVocational Education and Training
VETVeterans Employment and Training
VETVenezuela Time
VETVerbal Test
VETVirtual Environment for Training
VETVehicle Emissions Test
VETVibration Energy Transfer
VETVisual Editing Terminal
VETVirtual Entity Table
VETVapor Equilibrium Technique
VETVietnam Economic Times (business magazine)
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Veterinarians today cope with a physically and emotionally demanding occupation that is undergoing changes from increased competition to the declining ability of clients to pay for veterinary care.
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On Friday, a team of veterinarians sedated King and Simba to perform dental surgery on the big cats, which weigh more than 350 pounds and are 17 and 7 years old, respectively.
Responses were received from 10,254 currently employed veterinarians (10.
Rajeh eventually got the telephone number of a veterinarian through a neighbor of his.
While helping the woman remove the squirrel, the veterinarian saw her breasts, started praising her figure, and allegedly told her to take care of her body and "beautiful breasts".
Recommendation: To improve the ability of the federal veterinarian workforce to carry out routine activities, prepare for a catastrophic event, and respond to zoonotic disease outbreaks and to help ensure the federal veterinarian workforce is sufficient to meet the critical responsibilities it carries out on a routine basis, the Secretary of Agriculture should conduct a departmentwide assessment of USDA's veterinarian workforce--based, for example, on workforce assessments by its component agencies--to identify current and future workforce needs (including training and employee development) and departmentwide solutions to problems shared by its agencies.
They put the veterinarian hospital on the outskirts of the base, right next to mortuary affairs,'' she said.
For allergies, veterinarians often prescribe antihistamines that can make a pet drowsy, or steroids like Prednizone that can cause incontinence in the short-term and liver damage in the long-term.
The veterinarians will also have a custom dashboard that shows all bookings they have, all reviews posted on their profiles and the way the clinic's profile is performing in the search queries.
Department of Agriculture in February, a plan to address veterinary shortages will include the repayment of student loans among qualified veterinarians in return for their services in areas with a veterinarian shortage.
Although OPM's mission is to ensure the federal government has an effective civilian workforce, OPM has not conducted a governmentwide effort to address current and future federal veterinarian shortages.
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