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Dr. Wissam Qobeissi rushes into the emergency room of the Veterinary Hospital of South Lebanon to treat a stray dog that was run over by a car.The animal was released following six months of treatment and rehabilitation, and three months after that landed in the hospital courtyard."Veterinary medicine is one of the hardest sciences and society's ignorance makes our work easier, because if they give their animals medication and they survive, that's good, and if they die, they think it was caused by envy," Wissam jokes.However, some people's apathy toward their animals causes tension, when Wissam sees them as patients and some breeders or farmers see them as property. Veterinarians are needed to give the animals annual or seasonal vaccinations against viral and bacterial infections.
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