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Jane P- Lapointe

Jane P. Lapointe


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Hello! My name is Jane LapointeI am 35 years old, so I am employed as a vet in a private practice. I also run my site, write articles for the website about animals . In my practice, it has occurred that those individuals who love their pets the most frequently make mistakes in feeding them, and the most common of them is to give what the critters themselves believe tasty - sweets, sausages, etc.. And this cannot be done. Therefore, I blog and write posts where I share tips and knowledge on care and feeding, as well as many other important things linked to animals. Today it's hard to imagine the work of a veterinarian with no accomplishments of contemporary laboratory diagnostics. It permits the doctor to obtain very valuable and necessary details about the operation of these systems of the animal's entire body and its organs. With this information, it's quite difficult, and at times almost impossible, to diagnose your own sick pet and prescribe sufficient treatment. The person who selected this profession ought to be kind and responsive. In addition, he has to be patient and also possess good willpower. I think only such men and women will do the job here. I guess that all the offices will be armed with all the essential gear. I have dreamed of treating animals as youth. "When I was small, I had been sent on vacation to my grandma's farm, where there were geese, ducks, cows, goats, horses, many dogs and cats, and when the animals were ill, I attempted to help them, so in the first tier I knew I would be a veterinarian. I like my career because when pets come they are unhappy they look in their eyes, but they cannot express anything, and when it turns out to help them, you find the result: critters leap, wag their tails, even play with. This is a very nice feeling. Therefore, I not only love the profession, but adore it! Veterinarians also have divisions: there are doctors who work just with reptiles, these are her