Basically the same made me a good veterinarian is the fact that I put the animals welfare first. I respected the animals. I wanted to do the very best we could by them. And if I didn’t know an answer either try and find someone that did, or in the instance where we couldn’t control it, like with the elephants and the EMC, we just decided, hey, that’s beyond our capabilities. Listening, as I mentioned earlier, to keepers. The keepers or the eyes and ears of the veterinarian, they’re the ones that can tell you, “Hey, this animal just isn’t right today. He doesn’t move, right. He isn’t eating right. He’s got loose stool.” Things like this.