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Veterinarian Dog Dental Dentistry.
Veterinarian Dog Dental Dentistry.

Vintage Print Authentic, 1935.

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Dog treatment.
Dog treatment.

A Terrier at the Royal Veterinary College, London is wearing a large canvas collar to prevent him interfering with bandages on his tail after an operation on it. 3rd February 1933. (Photo by William VandersonFox Photos)

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WWI nurse.
WWI nurse.
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A woman bandaging a dog’s leg,1907.
A woman bandaging a dog’s leg,1907.

The picture was taken at the Bide-A-Wee home for animals in New York.

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Kettering Hospital, England, 1916.
Kettering Hospital, England, 1916.

An unknown VAD Nurse and Dog.

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Wardog 'Don'.
Wardog 'Don'.

'Don'having a lacerated ear bandaged at 'Our Dumb Friends' League Animals Hospital.

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The League's Stall.
The League's Stall.

The League's for Animal Welfare with there stall at the Edinburgh Dog Show, 1930. Collecting money for the needy animals.

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Crippled Dog Walks With Skates (Aug, 1930).
Crippled Dog Walks With Skates (Aug, 1930).
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Early cart for dog.
Early cart for dog.
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Vera Appleton and crippled 'Susie' .
Vera Appleton and crippled 'Susie' .

Press Photo Historic Images dated 12/10/1958.

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Dog with wheels, France,1977.
Dog with wheels, France,1977.
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Animal ambulance, 1940.
Animal ambulance, 1940.

Two nurses from the National Air Raid Precautions Animal Committee bringing an injured Airedale Terrier, injured during an air raid, to an animal hospital. London 1940.

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Animal ambulance, 1921.
Animal ambulance, 1921.

Animal ambulance, a hospital trolley motor for dogs hit by a car. A man on a motorcycle with a sidecar as a dog house with straw on wheels. London, England, 1921.

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Transport for pets.
Transport for pets.

Haarlem, The Netherlands,1953. An employee of the Animal Protection lifts a dog in the tank of the new scooter.

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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.

The ambulance S.P.A. (Humane Society) who were responsible for pick up, sick or injured dogs in the street of Paris.

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Motorcycle ambulance for dogs.
Motorcycle ambulance for dogs.
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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.

A big cabinet fitted on the back of any motor car and could be used in any emergency.

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Veterinary Ambulance, 1920.
Veterinary Ambulance, 1920.
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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.
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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.
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Employee weighs the Black Cockers.
Employee weighs the Black Cockers.

Purina establishes the first pet nutrition and care center at Purina Farms near Gray Summit, Missouri, to confirm the palatability and nutrition of its pet foods. It has since evolved into the Nestlé Purina Pet Care Center in Northwest Missouri.

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Dr. Mark Morris Sr. weighing a pup.
Dr. Mark Morris Sr. weighing a pup.

Throughout his life, Dr. Morris was active in the small animal arena. He was the first president of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and president of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). He also led a committee to establish nutritional standards for pet foods, and these efforts later formed the basis used today be the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Dr. Morris died in 1993 at the age of 92.

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Dr. Mark Morris Sr.
Dr. Mark Morris Sr.

Throughout his life, Dr. Morris was active in the small animal arena. He was the first president of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and president of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). He also led a committee to establish nutritional standards for pet foods, and these efforts later formed the basis used today be the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Dr. Morris died in 1993 at the age of 92.

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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.

The Canine Ambulance of the New York Veterinary Hospital. Back cover of The Dog. Management in Health, Treatment in Disease, 1900. Early dog hospitals often had ambulances since urban pet owners had no way to transport their sick or hurt animals to the clinic.

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Animal ambulance.
Animal ambulance.

Man carrying a dog to an International emergency animal ambulance owned by the Philadelphia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).

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Animal ambulance workers WWII.
Animal ambulance workers WWII.
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Tocoma Human Society.
Tocoma Human Society.
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Headquarters Veterinary Hospital.
Headquarters Veterinary Hospital.

Britisch war veterinarians.

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Veterinary Hospital, 1928
Veterinary Hospital, 1928

Presumably, Dr. Trevelyn Elston Sleeth is the middle figure. Photo by: Frank.

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The Blue Cross animal hospital.
The Blue Cross animal hospital.

They treated injured animals during the Blitz in WW II and still operates today. When the organization was founded in 1910, it was named after a London, England, animal welfare group called “Our Dumb Friends League.” In those days, the term “dumb” was widely used to refer to animals because they lacked the power of human speech. Today, the Dumb Friends League, headquartered in Denver, is the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region.

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Veterinary supply catalog.
Veterinary supply catalog.

Veterinary surgical instruments. 8th ediditon. Chicago, IL Haussman & Dunn, 190

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Veterinary supply catalog.
Veterinary supply catalog.

Catalog issued by American Veterinary Supply Co. 7th edition. Kansas City American Veterinary Supply Co.1920.

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Book 'From the Dog".
Book 'From the Dog".

The Normal Temperature, Pulse, Respiration. Management in Health, Treatment in Disease included information to help pet owners evaluate their sick pets. The illustration showed how to create a cloth tape muzzle to prevent a dog bite.

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‘The madness of the day!’
‘The madness of the day!’

The cover picture of the Call for Papers depicts a synthesis of both themes: “La folie du Jour!”, ‘The madness of the day!’ is the title given to this empire engraving housed in the Veterinary Historical Museum of the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hannover. The caricature shows physicians who presumably after giving an enema to the lady of the house also give her lapdog an enema, a satire on veterinary medicine, which was emerging at the beginning of the 19th century.

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Veterinary Hospital.
Veterinary Hospital.

Consultation and Reception Offices Canine Department. From 'The Dog'. Management in Health, Treatment in Disease, 1900. Notice the display of medicines on the back wall.

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Veterinary Hospital.
Veterinary Hospital.

North Section of the Canine Department, New York From 'The Dog'. Management in Health, Treatment in Disease, 1900. A couple of patients in kennels are visible behind the table with medicines.

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Claude Bourgelat.
Claude Bourgelat.

The first veterinary college was founded in Lyon, France in 1762 by Claude Bourgelat/ According to Lupton, after observing the devastation being caused by cattle plaque to the French herds, Bourgelat devoted his time to seeking out a remedy. This resulted in his founding a veterinary college in Lyon in 1761, from which establishment he dispatched students to combat the disease; in a short time, the plague was stayed and the health of stock restored, through the assistance rendered to agriculture

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Suzanne Saueressig.
Suzanne Saueressig.

Suzanne (1925 - 2013) was the first female veterinarian.

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Livre de la Chasse.
Livre de la Chasse.

The picture from the Livre de la Chasse of Gaston Phoebus clearly illustrates various types of dogs as well as important nursing actions that should perform the nursing staff or the handler (grooming, foot care, paws and claws care etc.). Provided by: Gaston Phoebus. Livre de la Chasse. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, ms. Ms. 616, fol. 40v. Burgundy, 1407.

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Maria Dickin.
Maria Dickin.

1st motor caravan for the PDSA.

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Maria Dickin.
Maria Dickin.

Maria toured with a horse-drawn caravan offering care for sick animals.

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Dispensary for Sick Animals.
Dispensary for Sick Animals.

A horse drawn mobile-dispensary outside Ilford.

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Dispensary for Sick Animals.
Dispensary for Sick Animals.

The concept of the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals, now known as PDSA, was born and from there, Maria gathered a vet, begged the use of a basement and hung a sign that read: Bring your sick animals. Do not let them suffer. All animals treated. All treatment free.

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The Dog Hospital at Sandringham.
The Dog Hospital at Sandringham.

The Lady's Realm Magazine,1901-1902.

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Small animal operating room, 1915.
Small animal operating room, 1915.
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Marion Animal Hospital.
Marion Animal Hospital.

The Surgery Room.

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Animal Hospital.
Animal Hospital.
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Veterinary Physiology Class.
Veterinary Physiology Class.

Headed by Dr. Henry Dale Bergman and Dr. Henry Hugh Dukes, 1929. ISU Library/Special Collections Dept. Courtesy MSU Archives.

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Dr. Charles Titkemeyer.
Dr. Charles Titkemeyer.

Dr. Titkemeyer teaching a section in animal anatomy. The dog was first substituted for the horse for teaching gross anatomy in 1948. Courtesy MSU Archives.

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Veterinary students.
Veterinary students.

Lab section in veterinary parasitology about 1958, with Dr. J. J. Stockton in charge.

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Veterinary medicine students.
Veterinary medicine students.

Inspecting a dog for mange mites, 1935.

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Dr. Weisner teaching.
Dr. Weisner teaching.

Dr. E.S. Weisner, who joined the staff in 1935, demonstrates poultry necropsy techniques to veterinary students and faculty.

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Veterinary students.
Veterinary students.

Lab section in veterinary parasitology about 1958, with Dr. J. J. Stockton in charge.

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Veterinary X-Ray Procedure,1918.
Veterinary X-Ray Procedure,1918.

Dog having radiographs taken at veterinary hospital in Dijon, France. Dijon was one of the first hospitals outside of Roentgen’s own labs to integrate x-ray technology as a regular part of diagnostic testing. Though the first x-rays of humans were taken in 1895 and x-ray therapy was used (in the most crude form) since the early 1900s, the diagnostic value of the imaging procedure was not widely regarded in the United States until well into the 1930s. From National Museum of Medicine Archives.

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X Rays in the 1950's.
X Rays in the 1950's.

Veterinary medical students given X Rays.

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Dr. Andy Merrick.
Dr. Andy Merrick.

Dr. Andy Merrick takes a radiograph with an X-ray unit in 1937. Dr. Merrick started a practice in 1934 in Brookfield, Ill., that continues to operate today. Photos courtesy of Dr. John Merrick.

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Röntgen rays.
Röntgen rays.
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College of Veterinary Medicine.
College of Veterinary Medicine.
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Eileen Mason.
Eileen Mason.

Veterinary surgeon Eileen is x-raying an injured dog at Grimsby hospital in 1966. Photo appears in Blue Cross Illustrated Winter 1966-Spring 1967 and 1966 Annual Report.

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Veterinarian Mrs. Sönderman.
Veterinarian Mrs. Sönderman.

She is given the dog an X Ray.

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Veterinary radiology of a dog, 1937.
Veterinary radiology of a dog, 1937.

This photo ran in the Nov. 1937 issue of JAVMA, which advised: "The amount of radiation absorbed in a single examination would rarely be dangerous, but since the effects are associated with cumulative absorption, every precaution to avoid the unnecessary exposure should be taken.

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X Ray machine, 1937.
X Ray machine, 1937.

What a veterinary radiography machine looked like in 1937.

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Dr. Mort Kramer
Dr. Mort Kramer

Huntington Animal Hospital, created in 1952 by Dr. Mort Kramer (on the picture. He graduated from Middlesex Veterinary School in 1945.

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Operation on Dog,1923.
Operation on Dog,1923.

Photo: Stuart Thomson.

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Dog on exam table, 1946.
Dog on exam table, 1946.

Animal Medical Center: Institute for veterinary studies.

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War dog getting vaccinations
War dog getting vaccinations

Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Copyright Nebraska State Historical Society.

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Veterinarian Bruce Blair.
Veterinarian Bruce Blair.

The first official patient of the Free Hospital and Dispensary for Animals at 350 Lafayette Street, under the care of veterinarian Bruce Blair, 1914.

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A veterinarian examining a dog.
A veterinarian examining a dog.

Photo by: Ewing Galloway.

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Ophthalmology, 1969.
Ophthalmology, 1969.
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Animal Hospital.
Animal Hospital.
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Veterinary care of a dog.
Veterinary care of a dog.

Photo is taking during hostilities in Vietnam.

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Animal hospital.
Animal hospital.

Vladislav Mikosha, “VSHV Veterinary treatment” (1939–40). Photo courtesy Moscow’s Multimedia Art Museum.

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Animal operating room, 1958.
Animal operating room, 1958.
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Consult veterinarian, Buenos Aires,
Consult veterinarian, Buenos Aires,

Bron: Documento Fotográfico. Inventario 185953.

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Animal charity clinic, late 1920s.
Animal charity clinic, late 1920s.

None of the individuals pictured were members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Their training had taken place within the PDSA. Professional closure on animal treatment was not achieved until the Veterinary Surgeons Act of 1948.

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Mobil animal clinic England.
Mobil animal clinic England.

Free treatment for the victims of the floods, 1928. Photo by: Getty Images.

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Waitingroom veterinarian.
Waitingroom veterinarian.

Women and Children Holding Pets While Waiting to See Veterinarian by Nina Leen. Historical archives of LIFE Magazine.

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Animal hospital, London.
Animal hospital, London.

Vet nurses work on an injured dog by candlelight during the Blitz at the charity’s animal hospital in Victoria, London, which was founded in 1906. The hospital still operates today, treating 30.000 sick and needy pets a year.

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Early seattle vets, 1952.
Early seattle vets, 1952.
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Dog gets epidural anesthetic.
Dog gets epidural anesthetic.

March 1st, 1956, a article in JAVMA showed techniques for holding a dog to be given an epidural anesthetic.

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Medical care for wardog.
Medical care for wardog.

This dog was treated by a vet, but many were put down at the outbreak of WWII.

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Reception center for War Dogs.
Reception center for War Dogs.

Front Royal, Va., August 1942. Dogs are weighed in and given a medical examination.

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Leptospirosis Barn,1953.
Leptospirosis Barn,1953.

Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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A Marine Corps veterinarian.
A Marine Corps veterinarian.

Lt. William W. Putney removed a bullet from a German Sheperd.

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A Marine Corps veterinarian.
A Marine Corps veterinarian.

Lt. William W. Putney removed a bullet from a German Sheperd.

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German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”
German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”

Man's best friend pays the ultimate price: USMC war dog “Caesar von Steuben” aka "Devil Dog' is given X-rays by Navy Corpsmen after being wounded on Bougainville in 1943.

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German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”
German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”

Man's best friend pays the ultimate price: USMC war dog “Caesar von Steuben” aka "Devil Dog' is given X-rays by Navy Corpsmen after being wounded on Bougainville in 1943.

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German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”
German Shepherd “Caesar von Steuben”

Caesar is carried back from the front lines in a litter by two Marines after he was wounded in action in the battle of Bougainville, 1943.

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K-9 Dog.
K-9 Dog.

American G.I.s treat a wounded combat-trained K-9 dog on Orote Peninsula, Jan 1st, 1944.

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Wounded wardog.
Wounded wardog.

War Dogs also needed medication and treatment. Doberman Pinscher.

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A German hospital for dogs, 1918.
A German hospital for dogs, 1918.
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A German hospital for dogs, 1918.
A German hospital for dogs, 1918.
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Veterinarian examining a dog.
Veterinarian examining a dog.

Vintage print authentic,1935.

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Winks has bad eyes, July 9th, 1934.
Winks has bad eyes, July 9th, 1934.

The Duke of Gloucester ' s pet Terrier in hospital . While the Duke of Gloucester is on his way to Australia , his pet Aberdeen Terrier, Winks , is a patient at the Royal Veterinary College in London . Winks has entered the College to be treated for a pair of sore eyes . Photo shows, Winks, the Duke of Gloucester ' s Aberdeen Terrier receiving treatment for sore eyes at the Royal Veterinary College. The Scottish (Scottish Gaelic: Abhag Albannach; also known as the Aberdeen Terrier).

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