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What do you mean by veterinary reference ??? ۔

So, I wanted to adopt a dog for my daughter and one of the conditions that had to be met for adoption was to refer to a veterinarian. We have never had more pets than a rabbit and we only raised him for a long time, he never went to a vet, so should I consult a veterinarian if I don't have one? I don't know ... please. Help !!!!!

I work for a humanitarian company and when we ask a veterinarian we will check if you have a pet and he has got veterinary care. Have they been changed? Have you been informed about your vaccine? Such a thing. If you don't have a doctor's referral, this is not the end of the world. Be nice and open and say I don't have a doctor yet. We had a crow for a while and we didn't take it to the doctor. Do you have a list of veterinarians you work with that you can recommend?

We've included a list of local veterinarians who offer free screening of adopted animals. Then call and get an electronic quotation or find a service near you. Veterinarians vary greatly in their fees and type of service.

Thanks for thinking about adopting in advance!

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What do you mean by veterinary reference ???

So I wanted to adopt a dog for my daughter and one of the adoption requirements was referring to a veterinarian. We never had animals, we had rabbits and we only had them for a long time, he never saw a doctor so I came ...

Call a doctor. Let them know that you want to adopt a dog and you need a veterinarian's recommendation. It may be necessary to create an account with the veterinarian so that he or she can provide more details about prevention from their point of view.

Rescue will want to know which doctor to use and make sure he is OK. You also want to make sure you have a doctor or you are using, which means you are ready and have made every effort to get a dog.

You can call the rescue team and ask them.

So all you have to say is that you only have one pet, which is a rabbit. They only make sure that people who own dogs / cats get veterinary care when they need it.

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So, I wanted to adopt a dog for my daughter and one of the conditions for adoption was to consult a veterinarian. We have never had more pets than a rabbit and we only raised him a long time ago, he never went to the doctor, so if I don't have one should I look for a reference? I don't know ... please. Help !!!!!

I work for a humanitarian company and when we ask a veterinarian, we will check to see if you have a pet and that it has received veterinary care. Have they changed? Have you been informed about your vaccine? Such a thing. If you don't have a veterinarian, this is not the end of the world. Be nice and open and say I don't have a doctor yet. We had a crow for a while and we didn't take it to the doctor. Do you have a list of veterinarians you work with that you can recommend?

We've included a list of local veterinarians who offer free screening of adopted animals. Then call and get an electronic quote or find a service near you. Veterinarians vary greatly in their fees and the type of service they provide.

Thanks for thinking about adoption in advance!

This page can help you.

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What do you mean by veterinary reference ???

So I wanted to adopt a dog for my daughter and one of the conditions for adoption was to go to a veterinarian. We have never had more pets than rabbits and we have only raised them for a long time, they have never seen a doctor so I came ...

Call a doctor. Let them know that you want to adopt a dog and you need a veterinarian's recommendation. It may be necessary to create an account with the veterinarian so that he or she can provide more details about prevention from their point of view.

Rescue will want to know which doctor to use and make sure he is OK. You also want to make sure you have a doctor or you are using it, which means you are ready and have made every effort to get the dog.

You can call the rescue and ask them.

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So all you have to do is tell them that you have only one pet, the rabbit. They only make sure that people who own dogs / cats get veterinary care when they need it.

Just tell them that you have recently raised a rabbit to check the references of people who have dogs, cats and other animals and to see if they need vaccinations, neutered or neutered etc. Is.

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