Seattle’s vets need your help

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Seattle veterinarians and animal welfare workers who have been diagnosed with HIV and hepatitis C are looking for jobs.

That’s because the city is facing a $10 million budget crisis, according to a report from the city’s chief financial officer.

It’s a crisis that comes with a potential to increase the citys homeless population by over 60 percent over the next 10 years.

The budget gap is so wide that it will cost taxpayers more than $100 million a year in lost funding for health services, shelter and food assistance, according the report.

The city is also facing a shortage of affordable, quality and safe veterinary care and treatment facilities.

To combat the shortage, the city plans to launch a pilot program to hire local veterinarians.

But to do so, the Seattle Department of Animal Care and Control (DAC) and the Department of Human Services (DHS) have to find enough qualified veterinary technicians to do the job.

“The city needs to have more veterinarians in the city,” said D.J. Anderson, a veterinarian with the Seattle Humane Society.

“And that means you need to have people with the right skills and education to do that.”

Anderson said he’s been in contact with veterinarians who are sick and are on the waiting list for treatment at Seattle Animal Hospital.

He said some vets who are at risk for HIV and Hepatitis C will be able to get jobs.

But he added that a lack of trained veterinarians can make it more difficult for people who are suffering from chronic illnesses to find help.

The City of Seattle is already struggling with a high HIV rate and hepatitis infection rates.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says Seattle is home to more than 2,200 cases of hepatitis C, or about 8 percent of all the state’s infections.

The CDC says it’s possible the city has one of the highest rates in the country of the virus.

The disease has been linked to over one-third of Seattle’s homeless population, which has become a major issue.

Anderson said that, if you are diagnosed with the virus and have the money to pay for a vet, there are some things you can do.

You can get a free testing kit at Seattle Humane Services, or you can contact a local shelter.

“You can do all kinds of things.

You could go to a vet clinic or you could go into a shelter and ask for help,” he said.

There are people that can get free treatment for Hepatitis and HIV, and that is what we need.” “

Some of the clinics have food pantries and some of them have clinics that are really good at getting you a free urine test.

There are people that can get free treatment for Hepatitis and HIV, and that is what we need.”

The Seattle Department Of Animal Care & Control is looking for a veterinary technician to join its new veterinary clinic in the Ballard neighborhood.

The clinic, which will be open from April 5 to August 31, will have a capacity of 1,100 patients and a $40,000 budget.

The Seattle Humane Shelter and the Humane Society of Puget Sound have also announced plans to open clinics in the same neighborhoods as the Seattle Veterinary Clinic.

The Humane Society said the new clinic will be equipped with a veterinary lab and a surgical suite.

It also will offer free vet testing.

Anderson has been in touch with several other Seattle veterinarians, but he said the city needs more veterinians who are HIV and HIV positive to be trained.

“If they have a needle or syringe, they are going to be able get a syringe or a needle,” he explained.

That would be a great help.” “

We need to get more veteriners who are willing to take the test.

That would be a great help.”

Anderson added that, for the people in the Puget Islands, there is no easy answer.

The islands have about one percent of the worlds population, but the majority of the population lives on the mainland, with some of the worst pollution in the world.

That pollution causes many diseases, including hepatitis, and also affects the island’s economy.

The number of homeless people on the island has risen significantly in recent years, especially since the end of World War II, and many of the islanders are refugees from war.

Anderson told Next Big Futures that the city should be looking for ways to help people who have lost their homes or are displaced.

He also said that people who need to be housed should not be forced to move into shelters.

“I think there is a need for some sort of a public housing option in Seattle,” Anderson said.

But the Seattle Animal Clinic is only one of several Seattle shelters that have been established in the past year.

There were several other shelters established in recent months, but Anderson said the Seattle Clinic would be the first in the area.

“People need a safe place to stay,” he added.

“They need to know that they