Veterinary Bibliography Definition

  • Eleven misdemeanor charges of performing veterinary services without a license were dismissed in October when the trial date was set.

    —carrie napoleon, Post-Tribune, "Defense asks for trial delay in alleged puppy mill case,"2 Mar. 2018

  • Jason worked as a corporate lawyer, Stuart was a salesman at Mercedes-Benz and Becky worked as a veterinary receptionist.

    —CBS News, "Fifth victim of fiery Grand Canyon helicopter crash dies,"27 Feb. 2018

  • Oklahoma City Zoo veterinary caretakers have a tough one on their hands.

    —matthew martinez, star-telegram, "How did Bridget the bearded lioness grow her mane? Zoologists are baffled | Fort Worth Star-Telegram,"24 Feb. 2018

  • On the day that the photograph was taken, Pikin was sedated for a veterinary health check and transported to a new and larger enclosure.

    —brigit katz, Smithsonian, "The Touching Story Behind This Award-Winning Wildlife Image,"22 Feb. 2018

  • The city’s Front Street animal shelter has provided veterinary services, including spay and neuter surgery, flea treatment and vaccinations, for cats and dogs living in the building.

    —cynthia hubert, sacbee, "Despite lots of barking and one bad bite, dogs still welcome at winter homeless shelter | The Sacramento Bee,"18 Feb. 2018

  • Larger, slicker firms sell chicks and veterinary services to smaller outfits.

    —The Economist, "How the growth of cities changes farming,"15 Feb. 2018

  • The money goes toward feeding, spaying, neutering, sheltering and offering veterinary services to the more than 8,000 dogs and cats the Alliance takes in every year, Rodgers said.

    —marco santana,, "Lake Eola goes to the dogs at 'Paws in the Park' event,"10 Feb. 2018

  • Cheyenne Halsey, a student at the University of Cincinnati and veterinary assistant from Dayton, Ohio, recently shared a message with friends on Twitter about the importance of adopting animals, according to Buzzfeed.

    —jessica leigh mattern, Country Living, "This Teen's Tweet Is Inspiring Pet Owners to Share Their Incredible Adoption Stories,"21 July 2017

  • Veterinary medicine: The medical science concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases in animals. Aside from diagnosing and treating sick and injured animals, veterinarians prevent the transmission of animal diseases to people, and advise owners on the proper care of animals. Veterinarians work to ensure a safe food supply by maintaining the health of agricultural animals and by inspecting food processing industries. Veterinarians are also involved in the preservation of wildlife. Veterinary school is usually 4 years and requires a prior college degree in the US and Canada. The degree is a DMV (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine).

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