When you think about the animals that have gotten their therapy, you might think that the animals in the therapy group might be more familiar.
But in reality, these animals are the ones that have to be treated.
And that’s because the animals have to go through the full-on therapy process.
The dogs and the cats have to come to the veterinarian for their vaccines and they have to get a prescription from the vet before they can get a dog or cat vaccination.
That means they have a whole different set of vaccinations to go on.
The cats have a full regimen of vaccines and all the medications that are needed.
That’s why therapy animals are not the most familiar of pets.
But what does that mean for you?
Because when the animals come to their vet, they are in a different type of environment than when they came in.
It’s not the same type of isolation, so they have all the things that you might need, like vitamins, like pain relief, like antibiotics, and they also have a better understanding of what is going on in their body.
You may not be familiar with all of the different types of therapy animals, but the veterinarians have to make sure that they’re getting the right medications for the animals.
They also have to check in with them about what their schedule is for appointments with their vet.
So what’s the difference between therapy animals and regular pets?
When they get their vaccinations, they have the right doses of vaccines to keep them safe and healthy, but they also need a schedule that’s consistent with what their vet will prescribe.
You might think of it like, you’re a dog.
You have the vaccinations and the medications, but you also need to schedule appointments with your vet.
But it’s not a dog that’s going to be getting their vaccines every single time.
It could be a cat, it could be an ostrich, it might be a ferret, it’s a bird, or it could even be a turtle.
The way therapy animals interact with their veterinarian is a little bit different.
When they are getting their vaccinations they have access to a lot more of the medication that their vet prescribes for them.
Therapy animals have access because they are not in isolation.
They can see each other.
They see their vet and they can tell them what they need to get on the right schedule.
The veterinarian has a schedule for their therapy animal that is consistent with how the therapy animal should be treated in order to ensure that the dog or the cat gets the right shots and the right medication.
When the dogs or the cats get their therapy medications, they also get their prescription from their vet once a week, and the veterinarian has to check them in with their dog or their cat before they get that prescription.
So if you have a dog, the veterinarian will give your dog a dose of a specific vaccine and your cat a dose.
That is how the veterinarian has to know when to give your pet a shot.
That makes it much easier for your dog or your cat to be able to get the shots and make the right adjustments to get their shots.
So when you think of therapy pets, think about them as more like regular pets.
Therapy pets can have a lot of different challenges, because they might have to deal with different illnesses, different things that happen to the animal that they are interacting with, and sometimes they might need more medication than they have in their life.
But that’s the way therapy pets are supposed to interact with each other and interact with the veterinarian.
It is the best way to treat your pet.
And it’s the most important thing that they can do for you.