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  • n. Plural form of veterinarian.


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  • First, call the veterinarians and shelters in your area.

    Hints From Heloise

  • They checked shelters, placed a classified ad, called veterinarians, and enlisted the help of homeless people and gangbangers hanging out in the park.

    Chicago Reader

  • House-call veterinarians provide most of the services you will find in a stationary veterinary office, such as exams, vaccinations, dentistry, blood testing, disease screenings, preventative care, dispensing medications and behavior consultations.


  • One of the most frustrating scenarios for horse owners and their veterinarians is the horse that is difficult to treat. News

  • He spent two weeks calling veterinarians and pet stores live on the air, getting advice on gerbils.

    Nevada Thunder

  • When Mikey's Chance called the veterinarians she had listed on her application, their records didn't indicate any recent visits, Landon said.


  • It is from Drs. Race Foster and Marty Smith, two Wisconsin veterinarians.


  • People in high-risk groups, such as veterinarians, animal handlers, researchers, some laboratory workers, some travelers, and people whose activities bring them into frequent contact with potentially rabid animals should consider being immunized.

    Vaccine Schedules

  • Most get donations from retailers of torn bags of food or dented cans; some have lined up pet-loving sponsors such as veterinarians who place donation boxes in their offices; most have beat the bushes for citizen donations that they use to buy pet food from retailers at a discount.

    Pet-food pantries are doggedly working to keep animals fed

  • Unless users opt out of the service, Google will use that data to sort them into groups such as veterinarians or cycling enthusiasts.

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