Heathen Pagan Witch
If they do the job and my animal lives, then yes, I am quite happy with the care they have rendered. If they dont live, then it's quite possible they would not no matter what the vet did. I am sure you are aware the I am a rancher and I have an extensive medical background in my own right. I've delt with dogs, cats, horses, cows, chickens, turkeys and sheep. There is good and bad in every profession. I really don't care the age, gender, or anything else as long as the vet listens to me, and renders excellent care. I said they are in their 30's, however, I have had vets younger and older than that, and guess what?? My animals lived, and for the most part, thrived, thru the experience. I have lost animals, but that is no fault of the vet, regardless of age or gender, but due to the fact that some animals will not survive no matter what you do to help them. So there is your "full report" in a nutshell. Have I been lucky? I don't know if you can call it that. I do know that per ALL the vets I've had dealings with over 30+ years, that every one of them has said that I pay more attention to my livestock (in all forms) than the average person does. Getting a jump on a problem saves many issues long-term. Take that however you wish. I know my experiences, and quite frankly, you do not.And you’ve been DAMN LUCKY. Try it with vets in their mid 20’s. Come back with a full report.
You do what works for you, and if you hate female vets, for whatever reason you chose, then you hate them. Go find a male vet to do what you want.