Dating a veterinarian
Not so much my dating life, that’s still a little depressing, but there’s enough going on that I can be happy with answering disaster response emails at 2015 on a Wednesday while on the phone commiserating with a poor friend who just found himself on orders to Fort Polk. Until then, I’ll just accept the engineer’s parting words: “You’re not the easiest person to date, are you?
I mean- I know it sounds shallow- but I don't think I could do it.
They also help to maintain food supply through livestock health monitoring and treatment, and mental health by keeping pets healthy and long living.
Veterinary scientists often collaborate with epidemiologists, and other health or natural scientists depending on type of work.
The edicts of Asoka read: "Everywhere King Piyadasi (Asoka) made two kinds of medicine (चिकित्सा) available, medicine for people and medicine for animals.
Where there were no healing herbs for people and animals, he ordered that they be bought and planted." Hippiatrica is a Byzantine compilation of hippiatrics, dated to the 5th or 6th century.
The first attempts to organize and regulate the practice of treating animals tended to focus on horses because of their economic significance.
Or dodging jingle trucks on single lane passes in the most rural parts of Afghanistan. These are things that we cannot hope to explain, cannot expect someone to understand, and ultimately aren’t sure that we wish for them to grasp.Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in non-human animals.The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species.We talk about losing the camaraderie and the sense of purpose, proper business attire, and who has time to work out now that it isn’t mandatory at some stupid hour of the morning. Eventually, he asked what brought me to the city, and I realized that I hadn’t mentioned a thing about my decade of service to my country. Maybe because I don’t like having to explain every little thing to someone who has no idea what it’s like to sit on a checkpoint for hours in 140 degrees in the hopes that the bomber you are tracking will drive by with the round still weighing down his trunk so Route Dover will be one IED short today. What I learned is that was I was encountering was not an anomaly. Three years, five years, twenty years, we live and breathe the machine.What we don’t talk about is how hard it is to actually connect on a personal level with civilians. Or explain what it’s like to go on a raid at some insane hour only to have an entire family tell you that no, he’s in Baghdad, and we don’t know when he’ll be back. And upon me admitting that I was back after ten years in the Army, the response was “Man. We are surrounded by those in our dysfunctional military family, and we get through the best and worst of times with them.