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Monday Question

How many vets have you had in your life?

Pocket: I began with the one in Raynham, but he retired, and we didn't like his replacement. Then I went to the one in Dighton, who was nice, but only saw patients four mornings a week. I am now at one in Taunton and so far I very pleased with her. River has been to Raynham and Taunton


  1. We have one but he has five at his clinic. Is that one or five?

  2. I've had 4 Vets. The first one started not seeing patients on Saturday and when the Dad was working that was a problem. The 2nd one we really liked but she moved, her replacement misdiagnosed me twice. The 4th one we totally love!

  3. Oh dear...that's hard to say..I have seen so many..I thinks they all quit the profession after they meet me! heheheheheeee
    Seriously, I thinks six at the same clinic, and then the pawsome ER vetties, so that would be about 10. ☺
    Ruby ♥

  4. We've always gone to Southtown Vet for health care and grooming too. Our angel Miss Ginger had a specialist vet for her eye surgeries.

  5. We've had several veterinarians, and are pondering a new one! We really like going to a cats-only vet for many years, so that's why we are thinking of finding a new one for the future.

  6. We have a Vets office, so we sometimes see different vets. For a few years, though, we've had the same vet.....we like and trust him.

    We would have loved Alf Wight (aka James Herriot) but are glad that medical help has progressed from his time.

  7. Our favorite we had for 30 years. There are several vets there but we always made Madi's with Dr. S. Our dog and 1st cat saw vets at same clinic before Dr. S arrived
    Hugs Cecilia

  8. Does the one my Granny took me to before Mommy got me count? If so, that's him and Dr. Karen. Xena

  9. Mom has used the same vet clinic for probably 40 years although the pugs have seen a variety of vets that work there. Right now we are both seeing the owner of the practice (the first vet she ever went to).
    Mabel & Hilda


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