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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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Major players in the Veterinary Vaccines market are profiled with company overview, financial overview, business strategies, product portfolios, recent developments and market shares of the key players.
Veterinary Technician Today is a free and comprehensive resource for people considering a career in the veterinary field.
Dr Weese is associate professor in the Department of Clinical Studies, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph.
Graduating from an accredited program aids students seeking to take state or national veterinary licensing examinations.
Secondarily," says Nicole Engles, Colle + McVoy account executive on the Pfizer Animal Health team, "Pfizer wanted to deliver a reminder that it has the most experience in veterinary and human antibiotics, and, with eight other antibiotics in its arsenal, Pfizer offers veterinarians the deepest line of products.
Bird owners are ready to pay for insurance coverage to keep their pets healthy, Veterinary Pet Insurance said.
Naturally, sick animals need care at all hours of the day and night so veterinary nurses are often on duty when most people are socialising with friends and family.
Since the breaking up of SARS in 2003 and the bird flu in 2004, China's veterinary active pharmaceutical ingredients and chemical preparations industry has seen increasing prosperity, and the market of veterinary chemicals in China has also seen an average growth rate of over 11%, which is much higher than the average global growth rate of 6%.
Market Penetration: Comprehensive information on the product portfolios offered by the top players in the veterinary equipment and disposables market.
Advanstar Veterinary Healthcare also publishes "DVM," a monthly "newsmagazine of veterinary medicine," "Veterinary Economics," a monthly covering practice operations and management, "Veterinary Medicine," a monthly the offers information on the most common and emerging clinical problems encountered in companion-animal practice, and related e-newsletters, guides and directories.
We thank staff in Virology and Bacteriology Sections at the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for their timely and excellent technical assistance in laboratory testing.
We participated in that program until it concluded in 2001,'' said Diane Bentz, a veterinary technician with the Valley Veterinary Clinic of Dr.
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