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A rather startling study published last week, which revealed that vets were nearly four times as likely to commit suicide as the general public, now begins to make a lot more sense.
Mr Norton will begin the afternoon session within a few hours, leaving just enough time to examine some cows which have presented a TB risk 10 miles away in the Vale of York.
Tattoos now crawl up and down his arms; a collection of luck-themed designs pay tribute to a Las Vegas jaunt, where he won over ,000 on a single bet at the blackjack table.
The winning hand is etched on his right forearm opposite the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign on his left.
The researchers investigated the narratives of a group of these veterans about their experiences, both while serving and upon returning to civilian life, and found loneliness was a central theme.
However, the loneliness and emotional challenges they faced while serving in traumatic combat situations and during captivity was only one aspect of the overall psychological ordeal they faced, as they encountered a severe and different kind of loneliness they returned home.
From launching online profiles to finding a match, we will join them on their brave and heart-felt journey, including on those giddy first dates and for that all important post-date analysis.
The idyllic world presented by the television series All Creatures Great and Small has precious little to do with contemporary veterinary reality.
Many vets poison themselves by injecting or swallowing their ready supply of chemicals. While Alf Wight simply put those who were gravely ill out of their misery, Mr Norton has recently invested £4,000 of a customer's money in chemotherapy to treat a bone tumour in a wolfhound."It's like treating a human member of the family," he said.
Herriot (or Alf Wight, to give the vet-turned-writer his real name) would have made the trip in his Austin Seven and been home for his lunch, as was his habit.
Mr Norton will need every extra minute his Subaru can buy him.