Funny Veterinarian Gifts

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Funny Veterinarian Gifts
Put a smile on your veterinarian's face. (chat malade image by margouillat photo from Fotolia.com)

Working with animals as a veterinarian can be a rewarding, fun profession. But, there are bound to be bad times, such as when animals get sick or need to be put down. If you have a family member or a friend who is a veterinarian trying to get over a bad day at work, cheer her up with a funny, job-related gift.

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Basket of Mayhem

Place giant-sized, plush microbe copies of rabies, mange, heartworm and fleas into a basket. Put a bow on the handle and ask your vet to take care of the problem for you. It should bring a smile to the face of the man who normally kills disease and parasites.

Cats

Your veterinarian will smile when you hand her a kitty litter box filled with cat food scented soap, fish-flavoured chum mints, an inflatable cat in a can and trash bags that look like goldfish floating in water. Tell her to use the soap before her cat patients arrive.

Towel Holder

Gift your vet with a dog or cat towel holder. The holder hangs on the wall and looks like the rear end of the animal. Just press the towel into the plus-shaped cut in the animal's rear; the towel will stay there until he pulls it out.

Caricature

Get a photograph of your vet's head, and use it to get a caricature made. Just tell the caricature company what you would like included in your drawing. The artist will create a funny recreation of your vet. Several online companies specialise in caricatures.

Desk Accessories

Put everything your veterinarian could ever need to decorate his desk into a box. Include a dog-shaped stapler, a cat pencil sharpener, a frog tape dispenser and a bobble head pen set that includes a cow, dog, snake and crocodile. She can enjoy the farm on his desk without the smell of a live farm.

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