Veterinarians are taking their medical skills to the Summit Veterinary Clinic in Newtown.

(Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)Veterinarians and veterinary schools are taking a year of “change” in their communities as they strive to become the next generation of vets and veterinarians.

They say that with the training and training programs at a level that allows them to train for the jobs they want, their communities are better equipped to take on new challenges.

They say they have learned to embrace their role in the new health care system and are taking more responsibility for the care of patients.

In addition, they say, they have been given the tools to help educate others on their profession.

Veterinarian Dr. Mary Lou McKeown says her community has been able to move on after a year and a half of the summit.

(Courtesy of Mary Lou and the McKeows)In her new role, she says she is making a big effort to help people better understand their profession and the challenges it faces.

McKeown is a veterinarian and an adjunct assistant professor of veterinary medicine at Mount Vernon University.

She’s been practicing in Washington, D.C., since 2000 and has had more than a dozen different clinical and surgical specialties.

She graduated from Mount Vernon in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine and a doctorate in veterinary education.

She said she’s seen firsthand how hard it is to succeed in veterinary school.

The biggest obstacle she said she encountered was not knowing how to navigate the medical school process.

McKaown says the challenge of teaching students to be a veterinarian is similar to how the community has moved on after years of “chaos” in the medical field.

“I see a lot of vets in the community who have gone through the same process, just to have this change in perspective and to understand that there are so many other things we have to do in our lives to get better and to be successful,” McKean said.

“We are seeing people who are very successful in the workforce but they don’t have the support or the resources to be able to transition to their next step,” she said.

McKaynown said she had never heard of a community so welcoming to vets.

She said that she hopes the new students will be inspired to make their voices heard.

“As veterinarians, we have the power to be the leaders of the veterinary profession, and we have a responsibility to our patients and to the people who care for us,” McKaynong said.

“We are not perfect, but we have learned so much from our patients that it is the best way to do this.”

This is what you have to be willing to learn from and it’s important for us to know what you can and can’t do.

I don’t want to be that vet who gets hurt or gets hurt on purpose, because I don`t want to hurt anyone,” she added.

McKee’s work at the veterinary clinic has become a way to teach students about their profession, she said, and it also gives them an outlet to make friends and connect with other vets.”

The community we are part of is not only a part of our own community, but the community of our profession.””

It`s not just for the next six months, but it`s also for the rest of our lives.

The community we are part of is not only a part of our own community, but the community of our profession.”