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Veterinary technicians, from left, Ed King, Shaela King and Lynda Vermillion discuss the next steps needed to treat Mac, who is already receiving oxygen. "Vet techs are the hands, the eyes and the ears of the doctors," Vermillion said. "We don't make the diagnosis, but we provide information and perform the treatment prescribed." .
Veterinary technicians, from left, Ed King, Shaela King and Lynda Vermillion discuss the next steps needed to treat Mac, who is already receiving oxygen. "Vet techs are the hands, the eyes and the ears of the doctors," Vermillion said. "We don't make the diagnosis, but we provide information and perform the treatment prescribed." .
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