She does not take a break today, she needs to place an IV catheter on the hypoglycemic stray.
He sits in the kennel to monitor the splenectomy case, while a grateful dog named Payton appreciatively licks his face.
She positions a rowdy puppy for radiographs. When he urinates on her scrubs, she only sighs and laughs.
He fills a quartered medication order by hand, to make it easier for a client and her dog named Sam.
She works overtime to stock supplies, then rushes away when she hears a patient’s cries.
He attends seminars after work to keep up to speed, to better help his clients and to meet his patient’s needs.
She cries on the ride home for the patients who touched her heart, knowing that tomorrow will begin again with a fresh start.
They will repeat this cycle again and again, for we all know the CVT is the animals’ best friend.