Post # 1
Pretty much what the title says! Any Veterinarian bees out there? What type of ring do you ladies wear to work? Can i see pictures too? Im pretty sure ill end up pursuing that career, as it is what i have wanted to do my whole life! Thanks!
Post # 3
I’m not a vet, but I totally had this conversation with our vet last week when I had to take our dog in for an eye issue. Our vet had a lovely thin pave band and I commented on how much I liked it. She said that was her wedding band which she wears to work on its own, and she adds her e-ring when she’s not working.
Post # 4
@rodeoidahochic: I’m not a vet but my dog’s vet wears her full set!
Post # 5
@rodeoidahochic: My sister is a vet and she wears her full set.
Post # 6
About seven times now I’ve read this as “Any vegetarian bees…” and thought, “ARE THERE RINGS MADE OF MEAT?” before realizing it’s veterinarian.
I blame it on…lack of caffeine.
Post # 7
@peachacid: I dont blame you ha, it’s a Monday morning!
Thank you bees for your replies!
Post # 8
- Wedding: January 2014 - Lizard Island, Australia
To anyone reading this who is a vet, I salute you! I have a very poorly cat at the moment and we’ve been to the vets every other day for nearly three weeks now. I could not do the job you do but I am so grateful you do it, you’re earth angels. Thank you!
Post # 9
All of the small animal vets I’ve met wear just their wedding bands and all of the large animal vets I know don’t wear rings or wear just a band on a chain. But that might be because I only seem to see the large animal vet when my mother’s horse is colicing or being stiched up.
Post # 10
Not a vet, but if I worked in a field like that, I’d go with a plain band, or if I wanted bling, a bezel eternity/semi eternity or channel set band. Something low-profile and preferably without prongs.
A style like this, for example:
Here’s a ring I was in love with for a long time that I think would be great:
Post # 11
Thank you everyone! anyone else?
Post # 12
@peachacid: Me too…bahahaha!!