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Veterinarians examine, diagnose and treat animals. They can also perform surgeries, care for wounds, vaccinate against diseases and prescribe medications. In worst-case scenarios, vets are also qualified to euthanize sick or dying animals. Some of the biggest changes Dr. Lorin D. Warnick, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, has seen over the course of his career are people’s attitudes toward their pets. “Many more people view animals as family members,” he says. And that means their expectation for the quality of care is much higher now as well.