Pets

Too Many Veterinarians, Not Enough Pets, Makes For Tough Job Prospects

February 24, 2013
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Getting a higher education in the health field is still a smart idea. But after reading today’s New York Times article on the trouble newly minted veterinarians have getting jobs, you might want to rethink about vet medicine as your field. The story by David Segal boils down to supply and demand: there are...

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Seven Ct Veterinarians Disciplined Over Past Two Years

November 9, 2012
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Seven Ct Veterinarians Disciplined Over Past Two Years

Copyright CtPetLovers.com 2012 Their patients can’t talk, but it doesn’t mean that Connecticut’s 1,345 licensed veterinarians get a free pass when they are negligent. A review of Connecticut Health Department records by CtPetLovers.com shows that seven veterinarians were disciplined so far this year and in 2011 following complaints – mostly from pet owners. Also,...

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How Connecticut Seniors Can Provide For Their Pets After They Are Gone

November 6, 2012
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How Connecticut Seniors Can Provide For Their Pets After They Are Gone

More and more of my clients, especially those in their 60s, 70s, and 80s are worried about what will happen to their pets when they are no longer here or no longer able to care for them. For most pet owners, their pet is a beloved friend and companion and often thought of as...

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Shop Around For Pet Meds: Save Money

October 27, 2012
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Copyright CtPetLovers.com 2012 The cost of medicine for pets – just like for humans – can vary by 100 percent or more, depending on where you have your prescription filled. While purchasing prescription medicine at your veterinarian is the most convenient, frequently – not always – it is the most expensive. Pet owners have...

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