In a small nod to ancient stories, Hershel is not a doctor, but a veterinarian.
The Yeagers of Phoenix, Arizona, are chosen: veterinarian Warren, his first wife Jeanette, and their two children.
According to The St. Petersburg Times, before Sarah fell for Josh, she made straight As and aspired to be a veterinarian.
If a woman wants to be a teacher rather than a miner, or a veterinarian rather than a petroleum engineer, more power to her.
Tarek Hamdy, a 31-year-old veterinarian, is also struggling to find a job.
I made a sign to the veterinarian that we must pass on to another; he made another sign that he would drive a bargain.
Mebby, the veterinarian, or the barber, or mebby the colonel himself.
Fowler's Solution is also given sometimes, but this is a poison and ought not to be administered save on a veterinarian's advice.
It would be an expense to employ a veterinarian, but that could not be helped.
The nasal douche is employed by the veterinarian in treating some local diseases of the nasal chambers.
animal doctor, 1640s, from Latin veterinarius "of or having to do with beasts of burden," also "cattle doctor," from veterinum "beast of burden," perhaps from vetus (genitive veteris) "old" (see veteran), possibly from the notion of "experienced," or of "one year old" (hence strong enough to draw burdens). Another theory connects it to Latin vehere "to draw," on notion of "used as a draft animal." Replaced native dog-leech (1520s).
veterinarian vet·er·i·nar·i·an (vět'ər-ə-nâr'ē-ən, vět'rə-)
A person who practices veterinary medicine.