One skilled in the treatment of diseases of cattle or domestic animals; a veterinary surgeon. Often abbreviated to vet.
a doctor who practices veterinary medicine
a caregiver for animals
a doctor of animal health who has
a doctor who helps animals
a doctor who provides medical care to animals
a kind of doctor who treats animals
a medical doctor who has attended four years of veterinary school after college to obtain a doctorate
a medical doctor who has gone to a certified school of veterinary medicine and has passed a national exam
a surgeon, a dentist, a radiologist, an internist, an ophthalmologist, a neurologist, and a pathologist for cats, dogs, sheep, pigs, horses, cattle, goats, birds, fish, rabbits, gerbils, hamsters, etc
a very special kind a doctor
A person trained and authorized to treat animals medically.
Doctor of veterinary medicine, practices medicine and surgery on animals
an animal doctor
An individual entitled to practise veterinary surgery in the U.K. as a result of registration by Royal Collect of Veterinary Surgeons
a trained professional who diagnoses and treats animals' illnesses and injuries
A Vet. A person that is skilled in diseases and care of animals. Some veterinarians are skilled in caring for reptiles also.
A doctor who deals in the care of animals
A veterinarian (North American English) or a veterinary surgeon (British English), often shortened to vet, is an animal physician and a practitioner of veterinary medicine. The word comes from the Latin veterinae meaning "draught animals."