veterinarian


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Synonyms for veterinarian

a doctor who practices veterinary medicine

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Concern for the future: Only 24 percent of veterinarians age 34 and younger would recommend a career in veterinary medicine The survey showed veterinarians today do not strongly endorse their profession.
On Saturday, the veterinarians will look at the teeth of 26 monkeys also rescued from circuses.
First, the small number of veterinarians who responded compared with the number of those potentially eligible increases the likelihood of nonresponse bias.
The veterinarian came to the house with a bag and some injections and tablets.
Ampang OCPD Asst Comm Abd Jalil Hasan said that the veterinarian later began to demonstrate to her how to massage her 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 Health and Human Services should direct the department's component agencies that employ veterinarians to conduct regular workforce assessments and that the Secretary then conduct a departmentwide assessment of HHS's veterinarian workforce to identify current and future workforce needs (including training and employee development) and solutions to problems shared by its agencies.
Some pet supplements are available only through veterinarians, but a majority of natural products and supplements can be had through pet stores, natural food stores and specialty catalogs.
Veterinarians can also organize follow up consultations, routine inspections to keep track of the pet's health.
USDA officials said veterinarians are critical to national food safety as well as the health and well-being of both animals and humans, but major studies have shown significant and growing shortages of food-supply veterinarians and others with expertise needed in times of emerging concerns about diseases that can be spread from animals to humans.
The nation's veterinarian shortage is playing out in ways that may not be obvious to people in populated areas who have little trouble finding professionals to care for their pets.
At another dairy, a Spanish-speaking veterinarian is utilized for training sessions.
We hope mother and baby recover and find their way home," said Christina Dougherty, VMD, Senior Veterinarian, Pfizer Animal Health.
The City requires a Veterinarian to work within the Animal Care & Control (AC&C) shelter facility full time (40 hours per week).
Ten of the 17 agencies that GAO interviewed have not assessed their own veterinarian work force's response to individual outbreaks and are thus missing opportunities to improve future responses," the report found.
Jon Bernstein, a veterinarian at Bermar Pet Hospital in Inglewood, referring to the 1918-1919 pandemic that infected one-third of the world's population and killed up to 50 million people.
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