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Long Lines Persist at the Vet as a Stressful Profession Copes With ShortagesWhen a cyst on Aaron Bady’s dog, Pequod, started bleeding a few months ago, the Oakland, Calif., magazine editor says he called seven or eight animal hospitals and couldn’t get an appointment anytime soon. He ended up landing a spot with his old vet in Sacramento and driving the 9-year-old bichon frisé an hour-and-a-half for an exam.“Getting him seen was a nightmare,” said Mr. Bady, 43 years old. Pequod still had to wait another three weeks for an operation, with the wound oozing gunk the whole time, Mr. Bady said.Continue reading your article witha WSJ membershipAlready a member? Sign In The post Long Lines Persist at Vet as Profession Copes With Shortages… captured from The Drudge Report left column, article 4 on 11/24/2022 4:00:06 PM UTC.

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