Veterinary

Willow Springs owner Iditarod veterinarian dies aged 70

Dennis Griffin, savior of Marathon County’s iconic Round Barn and veterinarian who looked after farm animals and Iditarod sled dogs, died aged 70 on September 5. Along with his wife, Peggy Griffin, Dennis co-owned Willow Springs Garden, a unique event venue in Maine town northwest of Wausau that incorporated his …

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5 reasons to pursue a veterinary science degree

Veterinary medicine is one of the most renowned and rewarding job prospects for animal lovers, so there are several motivations for considering a veterinary profession if you enjoy working with pets. One of the most attractive aspects of a profession in veterinary science, such as that of a veterinary pathologist, …

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Emergency Veterinary Hospitals rescued due to COVID

Veterinarians say staff shortages and limited space are not equal to their growing workloads. BUFFALO, NY – If you’re having trouble getting your pet to the vet, especially in an emergency, you’re not alone. Veterinary clinics and hospitals across the country are reporting long waits due to overbooking, understaffing and …

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Sullivan County Animal Shelter Opens Spay / Spay Room | Pets

BLOUNTVILLE – After a year or more of planning and development, the Sullivan County Animal Shelter opened its own operating room on Friday. This means that sterilization and sterilization can be done in-house for the first time. “This is a huge deal,” said Dr. Jennifer Weisent, professor of shelter medicine …

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Global Veterinary Oximeters Market Outlook 2021, Current and Future Industrial Landscape Analysis 2027 – UNLV The Rebel Yell

The last summary report transmitted named Global Veterinary Oximeters Market 2021-2027 gives valuable data and details on the construction and size of the market. The report is offered to provide market knowledge and vital experiences to help chefs make sound speculative choices and recognize potential gaps and development openings. The …

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Curtain peeling off veterinary mental health

CLEVELAND – Dr. Elizabeth Wierczorek loves being a veterinarian. She works almost every day. She sees patients physically and virtually and checks in via email. Even with the long hours, she loves what she does. “Since I was little, I have always loved animals. The typical “oh that always fed …

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