Small animal practitioners step up to fill large animal veterinary void

04/2/2012 | KFDA-TV (Amarillo, Texas)

In Amarillo, Texas, the shortage of large animal veterinarians has prompted owners to bring their calves, sheep and goats to small animal practices. A USDA loan-repayment program could help ramp up the availability of large animal practitioners, but in the meantime, companion animal veterinarians are trying to help meet ranchers' needs.

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