This article originally appeared at The Washington Times.
Read the original article VetCo, a name for a chain of veterinary clinics in Maryland, has gained a new meaning in the online world as a name that is becoming more popular among veterinarians.
For some vets, VetCo means “little animal hospital” and others, “animal health clinic.”
The name VetC, for example, was originally coined in 2009 by the veterinary community, and has since become the shorthand for the state-licensed veterinarians’ clinic chain VetCo Animal Health.
VetC is an abbreviation of “Vetco Animal Health Center.”
“VetC is one of the top-selling names among veterinaries,” said David C. Miller, executive director of the Veterinary Medicine Association of America.
“Vets are looking for an opportunity to be recognized as leaders in the veterinary profession.
They want to have their names recognized in a way that’s not just something that’s in a name book or a corporate logo.
It’s something that they’re really proud of.”
The company’s website says it is the “first and only veterinary clinic in the nation” with a full-service hospital with four-bed, one-day, and weekend appointments for pets of all ages and types.
The company says it provides veterinary care for cats, dogs, reptiles, amphibians, fish, birds, amphibian species, reptiles and invertebrates, reptiles including fish and frogs, amphibious reptiles and amphibians (including birds and frogs), reptiles including reptiles and reptiles, reptiles of the freshwater and saltwater and aquatic invertebrate families.
Veterinary school vets are calling VetCo “the most exciting name in veterinary medicine.”
“It’s really exciting,” said Mark D. Womack, a veterinarian at the University of Maryland School of Veterinary Medicine.
“You get to be known as the first and only veterinarian clinic in America that has full-day appointments.
You get to offer the most innovative services, including oncology care, immunizations, vaccines, and a whole range of specialty care.”
Womack said the name was an easy choice for veterinarians to make, especially as a company that specializes in the care of animals.
“It was really a no-brainer,” he said.
“It’s a fun name to put on your website and have your name on your company.”
Veterinary College, also called the College of Veterinary Medical Education, was founded in the early 20th century.
VetCollege has since grown to include more than 700 veterinarians and their students.
The college provides a comprehensive veterinary education for veterinary students, and offers more than 500 undergraduate degree programs, including veterinary medicine, animal science, veterinary surgery, veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing.
Womacks said the company has had success recruiting vets, who want to learn more about their careers and careers and can’t find other places to learn.
“A lot of people who want a job are in college, but there are lots of people out there who are looking to learn about a new career,” he told The Associated Press.
Veteran doctors and vets say VetC offers a good opportunity to get the word out about veterinary medicine in the hopes of attracting a few more vets to their careers.
“There’s a lot of demand,” said Dr. William R. Peltier, an assistant professor of veterinary medicine at the College and director of VetCo’s animal health and clinical care programs.
“I think it’s really good for our business and for the industry.
It gives us the ability to keep the door open.”
Veterinarians say VetCo has helped them expand their knowledge of animals and have made it easier to find a job in the industry, especially in the area of oncologic care.
“We’re seeing an increase in patients coming into our clinic with various kinds of cancers that they might not have been able to afford,” said Dan M. Cawley, a clinical professor of medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University.
“We’re doing a lot more research on them.
It just gives us an opportunity.
It allows us to do a lot, and the fact that they have a name like VetCo also gives them a name recognition and a recognition in the marketplace.”
Veterinic College vets say their services are very helpful for vets who have limited resources, such as seniors who can’t afford treatment and people who are unable to take time off work.
“I think the most important thing is that the vets are not trying to take away from the vets’ time,” said Cawler.
“The vets are trying to be as helpful as they can to help the vets and the vets in need.”
Veteric College vets, as well as vets from other veterinary schools, have expressed interest in joining VetC.
Veterinarian David W. McBride, a professor of surgery at the Ohio State University School of Medicine, said the growing interest in VetC from vets has given him hope.