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In this blog, we will be learning about the work that Dr. John Schoonmaker, DVM, does at the D.V.M. Veterinary Center in Fitchburg. This is a blog because we will be sharing what we learn to help others to better understand the work that God has called us to do at the center.

Dr. Schoonmaker is a veterinary diagnostic and surgical provider for dogs, cats, and other animals, as well as a wildlife rehabilitator. He is also the owner of the D.V.M. Veterinary Center, a facility where he runs a day care program for children who are injured or ill.

Dr. Schoonmaker is also a veterinarian, and has been doing the veterinary services for over 40 years. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s with dementia in 2013, and is now on a Veterans Administration leave. He also runs a day care program for cats and dogs.

He likes to play the role of Dr. Evil when he’s not doing his day care work, so he’s a great fit for the role of “Dr. Good”. He is also the owner of the D.V.M. Veterinary Center, a facility where he runs a day care program for children who are injured or ill.

He is a pretty funny guy, and his blog is full of jokes and humor. But, its the humor in the things he posts that really makes you smile. Its a blog full of “Dude, you could be a vet, you could be a doctor, you could be a president, and you could be a writer” jokes! He is not a veterinary science professor, so he doesn’t know there are actually many different ways to be a vet.

The blog is so full of good stuff that I think it is a good place to check out. It is not the only one, but I can recommend a few.

I can only go over a few of the posts. The first one is a great example of an online dog blog, the second a great example of the blog itself. The first one is about my own dog, but it was a great article on his adventures with a friend and some advice. I was really pleased with it, and I really enjoyed it. The second one is about a recent trip to Mexico.

My favorite post was written by a man named David. He is a veterinarian and blogger who has been writing on various topics in and about the field for years. One day he posted the above article and then told his readers that he had been asked to write it. In it he provided some great insight into the field, including the fact that a majority of all drug-resistant dogs are homeless.

If you have been looking for a veterinary blog that you can learn from, this is it. It’s about our work, our dogs, and our cats. It’s basically just one man’s opinion. It’s definitely worth checking out.

I love that it’s a veterinary blog as well. It’s meant both for people who are interested in the field, but also for people who are interested in the field just to read his thoughts about it. It’s a very informative look at the field. I even have a link at the top for you to check out the veterinary blog.

Yash
His love for reading is one of the many things that make him such a well-rounded individual. He's worked as both an freelancer and with Business Today before joining our team, but his addiction to self help books isn't something you can put into words - it just shows how much time he spends thinking about what kindles your soul!

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