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Your dream of becoming a veterinarian has come true in the Nick: Pet Vet game. This is the place where every cartoon pet comes when something happens to them. Gary the snail, the Icecream Kity, Omar the venus flytrap, and many more are seeking some expert medical care!
Your job is to provide the suffering pets with the needed medical attention, and fast! Each condition has a different cure, and you must become an expert in administrating it. The quicker you manage to finish the job, the less pain will be inflicted on the poor creatures!
Handling suffering pets is not a simple job, so you will need something with great precision, namely your mouse! It is the perfect tool that has the necessary exactness to operate in challenging cases. You ought to make sure that your hand is steady enough for this job!
Because each pet is different, there will be a specific mini-game that cures them. For example, the only treatment for the melting kitty is to be cooled down. You need to feed her ice cubes until she feels better. The hard part is that she is very nervous, she cannot sit still! The only solution is to try to click and throw a cube at the exact moment.
Another patient will be Gary, SpongeBob's snail. He seems to have been attacked by a hoard of barnacles, and he needs a really thorough scraping. To clean up his shell, you need to click very fast on the barnacles. Eventually, they will start to fall off and leave Garry nice and clean.
Omar, the flytrap, on the other hand, has been too greedy lately. He was naughty enough to eat some bad things, and now he suffers from a terrible stomachache. As a good veterinarian, you have to extract the objects in his tummy, avoiding the walls. To do that, you must click and hold the item and drag them to the other end. But be careful, if you touch the walls, you'll have to start again.
These are just a few examples of what cases you might encounter. The bad news is that these pets seem to never learn their lesson and keep coming back for help. As they get out of the trouble, they bounce right back and do it again, but worse! So it will get more challenging to cure them.
You shouldn't let the hardships of the work discourage you! Saving pets is probably one of the most rewarding jobs. Just remember that your patients need a quick treatment from you. If you do not solve the task on time, you will have to start again!
Good luck being a professional veterinarian and have fun playing the mini treatment games!