The medical profession can be quite a demanding one, especially if your patients have wings or a couple extra legs.
Veterinary hospitals and clinics serve millions of pets nationwide every day, keeping our furriest and featheriest family members meowing, barking, squawking and squeaking. What owner doesn’t consider their pet another member of the family? As such, veterinarians must uphold the same codes of conduct their colleagues treating humans have. However, that doesn’t mean veterinary staff members don’t have problems all their own. What sorts of issues can proper veterinary clinic storage address to keep everyone’s tails wagging?