The world’s first vet coin has come to market.
Vet coins are designed to help people treat a common disease, but the design is unique.
It features the face and hands of a pet.
Vet coin designer and creator, Chris Goss, said: “The face of a dog or cat is the perfect illustration for treating a particular illness.”
The coin, which has been named Vetcoin, has been designed with the help of the British Veterinary Association. “
They’re not really aware that this disease has been around for hundreds of years and the disease isn’t as easily treatable with medication.”
The coin, which has been named Vetcoin, has been designed with the help of the British Veterinary Association.
“The first generation of vets coins were developed in the 1980s and the idea was to help vets deal with common and urgent health issues that needed to be addressed,” Ms Goss said.
“We wanted to take the opportunity to offer a more personalised coin design that could appeal to more people.”
Vetcoin’s design, which can be seen on the coin’s front, was inspired by the animal’s natural appearance and personality.
“A good dog will look like a cat, so it was an easy choice to make,” Ms Stokes said.
The coin is currently in its pre-order period at Vetcoin shops in Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
The company will have more coins available in stores soon.
“This coin is a real gem,” Ms Ritchie said.