Summary: This game is so hard, what do they do, expect you to graduate fifth grade before you can beat it? I must have spent the last nine weeks trying to beat this game and I still can't save the life of that god damn penguin for the life of me.
Summary: This is the exact same game as Vet Emergency 1. I don't know if maybe they added more cases at the end because I recently finished VE1 and I didn't want to basically replay it. I was really frustrated that nothing warns you that they are the same game for at least the first 30 or so cases.
Summary: This game sounded so great for my daughter that loves animals, but she has not used it very much over the last 2 years. I have played it and it is a little discouraging as you must get each case right to progress. THis is OK if you have zillions of free minutes to play.
Summary: It is a great game. Everything is so real and challenging. However, I played this game for one day, and now there is nothing left to do. I'm not sure if it was worth the price for such a short playing time.
Summary: I had fun playing this game. I got to treat lots of animals a Rotweiller that was kidnapped and forced in a staged dog fight, a barking airdale who may have been poisoned by angry neighbours,the Cat Lady with 12 cats at her home, each has a medical problem, the New Age couple who give their dog...
Interact with animals, their owners and vet techs.
Carol Watkins, Amazon
16 March 2006
Summary: In this game, you play a veterinarian, treating a variety of animals. You also interact with vet techs and different types of human pet owners. The situations range from humorous to tragic. I enjoyed it as did my 11-15 year old children. First, you pick a chart from the ones available at your level.
Summary: This is a very educational game. You are a vet at an animal hospital. You get to treat dogs, cats, turtles and ferrites. On your disposal you have different tools. I'm an animal lover,but I don't like blood. This is a worth buying game. Highly recommend.