- All animals appear to be the same to them.
Every animal is different with a different tale to tell.
- Vets have a bad memory.
Definitely not the case- Many vets can remember particular animals that they treated years ago.
- They are bad timekeepers.
This one may cause a small fry, but one must remember to take into consideration that their days are jam-packed and unpredictable too.
- Vets are not dedicated to their job.
Those 4am calving cases put that myth to bed.
- They are only in the game for the dosh.
We are pretty sure that there are easier ways to make a few founds!
- Vets are never at the other end of the phone.
There are on speed dial, available 24-hours in many cases. Always there when the ‘bed’ is out or when you’re ‘stuck at the hips’.
- They aren’t skilled individuals.
From performing caesarean sections to surgery, vets prove that they can throw their hand to anything.
- Vets are not experts in their field.
After studying an intensive undergraduate degree and claiming their ‘Dr.’ title, of course, they know their stuff.
- The outcome of the case does not impact them and is only a concern of the farmer/pet owner.
This isn’t the case! After spending some time treating the animal, vets are just as hopeful as the farmer/pet owner that the animal will make a full recovery when struck down with an illness etc.
- Vets work set hours.
That doesn’t happen with a 24-hour way of life!