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PET

abbreviation for POTENTIALLY EXEMPT TRANSFER.
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In Europe, businesses related to companion animals became a niche market that thrived in the 19th century, according to Lee Ju-eun, author of "A Small World History of Dogs and Cats."
Hopefully see you there, Dr Sam Gaines Head of Companion Animals, RSPCA
The second issue on the IREM legislative agenda pertained to challenges presented by companion animals. A companion animal, also known as an emotional support animal, is an animal (typically a dog or cat, though this can include other species) that provides a therapeutic benefit to its owner through companionship.
* Acquiring Neovia--a leader in value-added products and solutions for both production and companion animals worldwide.
The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN), a project of the World Small Animal Veterinary Associations (WSAVA) charitable foundation, has launched a significant new sub-Saharan infectious disease surveillance program.
While trick-or-treating may be fun, our companion animals should be kept away from the door and out of hearing range of a constantly ringing door bell and excited children.
Stronger vegetarianism threat predicted lesser moral inclusion of food animals, but not of companion animals and unappealing animals.
In general, companion animals are treated far better than factory-farmed pigs, cows and chickens.
Wth the completion of this transfer, the company said AdvaVet can begin to unlock value for Oasmia shareholders through the development and commercialisation of two new chemotherapy drugs that specifically target companion animals.
Following the third major pet incident on United Airlines in merely a week, Adopt-a-Pet.com has announced an offer to the airline to aid in educating employees on implementing best practices in humane travel for companion animals, the company said.
Staff from Calder Vets, which has 12 practices across Yorkshire, will visit an on-street soup kitchen in the town on Tuesday, March 20, to support the homeless and their companion animals.

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