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Author Topic: Preparing Dogs for Vet Appts?  (Read 4935 times)
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« Reply #9: May 20, 2011, 07:02:52 pm »

<nodnodnod> There were several things in there that struck me as indicators that this guy wouldn't be a really good fit for any animal patients.  Good at the purely technical aspects, maybe; a good fit for some owners, maybe (though I'm a bit iffy about owners who think the fit with them is more important than the fit with the pets) - but, honestly, this guy sounds like he doesn't even like animals much.

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He really doesn't come across as an animal-lover, no.  I don't have a lot of experience with vets, having grown up with a pet pig who saw a large animal vet when we boarded him at a potbellied pig farm each summer.  I had someone ask why the vet techs didn't help handle the dogs, but there are no vet techs and they found this really strange.  I have little idea of what to look for or expect in a vet's office, which probably sounds stupid.  Professional help handling my nervous babies?  That'd be fantastic.
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