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Veterinary Pick-Up Lines ♥️

Love is in the air!

Have you been looking for some vet pick up lines to spice up things a little bit? Or are you falling for a veterinarian or veterinary nurse with a good sense of humor?

Maybe you are having a bad day at work, and you just need some veterinarian jokes to make you laugh! 

We created an infographic with some hilarious, smart, adventurous, and cheezy pun pick-up lines. Warning: some of them may be a bit dirty!

These pick-up lines can help you to lay the first stone!

Let’s have a look at them and divide them by category, so it is easy to find the right one for your crush, girlfriend, boyfriend, or pick up lines, I Love Veterinary

Medical or veterinary pick-up lines

Use them if you are going out with a vet student or someone who is always reading books about medical terminology!

  • Are you a pleural effusion? Because I can’t breathe when you’re around.
  • Roses are red; violets are blue, I get tachycardia when I think of you.
  • I’ve got a thermometer and a jar of vaseline with your name on it.
  • Is that a stethoscope in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?
  • Girl, are you a white blood cell? Because I’m Neutrophilin you right meow?

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For those who love small animals!

  • Are you a Golden Retriever? Because I can’t seem to contain my excitement when I’m around you. 
  • Hey baby, want to check me for ticks? 
  • Oh, you’re a vet! That’s great because I’m a sick animal.
  • Do you know any good vet? Because these puppies are sick. Points to flexed biceps.
  • I’ve been bad. Do you want to rub my nose and spank it? 

The BEST pick-up line. For someone who works in a veterinary practice and is in love with a staff member. Use this one when you REALLY love that person: 

“Of course, I will cover your weekend shift” 

What are the best and the worst pick-up lines you heard so far? ?

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