Clay veterinarians want mobile pet clinics to hit the road
Clay County veterinarian complaints that mobile pet clinics have an unfair business advantage is prompting the County Commission to review its transient merchant ordinance.
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#1 Nov 14, 2012
I seems to me that the local vets don't like the competion. We have a oouple who love animals and know people are struggling to give them proper care in this economy. They are sacrificing their time and money to help. Aren't the local vets rich enough?
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