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50 Times Vets Took Pictures Of Their Adorable Patients And Won Our Hearts Over

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Helping animals is the best professional career one can choose and it is also a very beneficial one. To devote your life to treating animals suffering from experienced traumatic injuries and chronic illnesses must be such a good feeling. I would not think twice before swapping my job with being a vet. I can imagine how fun it would be for Vets to be surrounded by loving animals all day long and treat them like the good angles they are. It can also be a very challenging and stressful job because having animals as patients is a lot more difficult to deal with than humans and if you don’t know what you’re doing, it can be very hectic. They can not tell us their pain, where they are hurt and what exactly happened to them. So, more power to you veterinarians.

Today we pay tribute to all vets out there doing their best to help relieve animals from any kind of pain, be it physical or mental. You guys are doing a great job and setting a great example for everyone. Teaching us humanity and how to be kind. Scroll down, we have gathered a great collection of pictures of wholesome moments encountered at the clinic by vets who can not help but take pictures of the cute creatures.

1.“Reception Has Been Turned Into Reese-Eption Ever Since Our Doctors New Puppy Reese Came To Take Over”



2.“We Have To Hold Off The Jugular Vein After Drawing Blood, But This Sweet Old Girl Thought I Was Just There For The Hugs. This Is Why I Love My Job”



3.“A Teeny Weeny Shoulder Kitten (Another Reason To Love My Job)”



4.“My Dog Kissing Her Vet While He’s Taking Her Blood Pressure”



5.“Golden Boye Has A Crush On His Vet. Can’t Wait For Her To Come Back”



6.“I Love My Job. Meet Norman”



7.“Our Australian Shepherd Puppy Slept Through His First Vet Visit, Even Shots And When Being Held Up For A Physical Exam”


8.“My Sister In Law Is A Vet Tech. This Is At Her House. This Kind Of Stuff Happens To Her All The Time. She’s The Female Ace Ventura”



9.“Created An Account To Share This, GF Had This Little Fella In The Vet Clinic She Works At Today”


10.“This Little One Rolled Into My Father-In-Law’s Veterinary Clinic This Week”



11.“Today Is The 8 Year Anniversary Of What Was Definitely My Most Interesting Shift As A Veterinary Receptionist”


12. “I’m A Vet. I Love My Profession”



13.“Working At A Vet Clinic Has Its Perks – Like This Pocket Full Of Cuteness”


14.“Dylan, 11 Month Old Norwegian Forest Cat. Our Vet Tech Carried Him Around The Office To See The Rest Of The Staff For Pets And Pictures. He Was Feeling Proud”



15.“My Mom, A Veterinarian, Just Sent Me A Picture Of One Of Her New Patients”


16.“My Vet Sister Laughing Along With A Female Pit Bull”



17. Here is your dogtor.


18.“This Handsome Special Needs Kitten Is Now In Foster Care”


Kern County Animal Services

19.“My Baby Huxley Is Going Into Surgery Right Now, The Vet Techs Sent Me This”


20. Aww, she totally loves her vet.



21.“My Vet Having Some Fun With A Litter Of Great Danes”


22. “Bone Went To The Vet And Passed All His Yearly Checkups”



23. This adorable puppy at his vet checkup.

24.“Shocked Pupper Is So Shocked. My Equally Shocked Coworker Katie”



25.“My Step-Dad Is A Vet And One Of His Patients Looked A Little Different Today”


The doctor of veterinary medicine and CEO of Veterinary Integration Solutions, Ivan Zak explained what it is like to devote one’s life to animals and become a veterinarian. Ivan has practised veterinary medicine for 12 years until he experienced severe burnout which led him to explore a whole different side of his profession, psychological triggers of burnouts and business methodologies that veterinary organizations can apply to work against them. After his thorough research on this topic, he obtained an MBA degree in International Healthcare Management. Now, Ivan is leading Veterinary Integration Solutions (VIS). It is a business consulting company that helps veterinary groups implement an operating framework for sustainable integration of practices, it also ultimately empowers the healthcare team to live their passion.

When asked what it is like being a vet, Ivan replied, “Being a veterinarian, no day is the same,”. He explained that not everything is exactly cute and picture-perfect as it might seem, with this profession comes a lot of complicated challenges that they have to face often. “There is a lot of stress, unpredictability, and long hours. A less obvious and frustrating challenge is accepting that not every pet owner will be able (or willing) to do everything for their animal.” 

Ivan said that “Veterinary care can be expensive when you don’t have pet insurance, and veterinarians often find themselves in moral dilemmas when they can’t do what’s best for the animals because their clients can’t afford it,” He added that he finds this aspect of being a vet probably the most difficult one. “The most rewarding part that makes up for all of it is being able to apply your skills and experience to get to the bottom of a problem and diagnose a patient. An animal can’t tell you where it hurts, so connecting and being able to help is one of the most fulfilling parts of being a veterinarian.”

Ivan has a piece of advice for you if you are planning on choosing veterinary as your career, he reminds you that, “it’s a long and challenging path with many milestones to work toward: a bachelor’s degree, veterinary school admission, a veterinary degree—perhaps specialty certification. These are clear objectives that help maintain focus, so don’t lose that North Star once you get your license and go into practice.” 

He suggests that “If you don’t set new goals, the motivation and passion that initially brought you into the profession will quickly fade away in the daily routines,”

Here is another tip from Ivan “to develop soft skills: communication, problem-solving, positivity. A day as a veterinarian can be very stressful, and you will really need that dexterity dealing with clients when they are frustrated. Most veterinarians choose their profession because they want to help animals, but talking to pet parents is a big part of it, too.”

26. A heartwarming ‘thank you’ to the vet.



27.“I’m A Horse Vet. This Adorable Little Guy Fell Asleep On My Feet While I Talked To His People”


28. These extremely adorable 9-week-old Maine Coon kittens waiting for their vet check.



29. She looks so happy, she made that! Proud mom.

Marina Brito

30. Here is a German Shepherd and Golden Retriever cross-bred dog. How cute!



31.“I Work At A Vet Clinic And Haven’t Had A Pet In Quite Some Time. Someone Brought This Fella In To Be Neutered And Stated She’d Be Returning Him Back Outside. I said “nope!” and now he’s mine!”


32. If you are wondering, this is the benefit of being a vet.



33. “My Friend’s Dog Ate A Pot Brownie Yesterday”


34. This is the cutest picture you will see on the internet today.



35. Aww. So tiny!

36. “My Friend Posted A Photo Of A Cat He Took Care Of While On His Vet Internship In Taiwan”



37. “My Mom’s A Vet And Today My Wife And I Got The Chance To Play With This Little Girl”


38. Look how cute this hamster is.



39. Big ears fluff-baby.


40. “Most People Keep Office Supplies In Their Desk. I Keep A Sleeping Pomeranian”



41. “A Baby Fox Was Brought To Our Local Vet. Looks Almost Like CGI On This Pic”


42. Oh, he does not look happy at all…


43.“Girlfriend Is A Vet Tech, She Sends Me Photos Of Handsome Animals Like This All The Time”


44. The second male calico the vet has seen in over 54 years of practice.


45.“My Coworker Brought In Her Baby Goat, Matilda. 2.3 Lbs”


46.“Wolf Pupper That Came Into The Veterinary Clinic!”


47. The Illinois Wildlife Medical Clinic looking after a baby beaver.


48. “I’ll Just Be Right Here Making Sure Anesthetic Recovery Goes Well, Don’t Mind Me”


49.“Damascus Was A Bad Man At The Vet And Was Very Bitey So He Got Put In The Lizard Straight Jacket For His X-Rays”


50.“We Really Take Post-Op Care Seriously At My Job. Cuddles Is The Best Medicine”


This was such a beautiful topic to write about, so informative and wholesome. Have you ever wanted to be a vet? What was your reason? Share your story in the comments down below, we would love to hear from you.


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