Another clever little machine, making use of a "space arm", goes in the back corner of the building. I don't know exactly what it does - perhaps it gives your favourite pets a secret blend of 13 herbs and spices? Rumour has it that a fryer is on its left, but because that's where the building cuts off we'll never know. Again, this machine can be anything you want it to be.
That's an exam table with a movable light. As a vet tech, I can tell you that they don't usually come in pink outside of Heartlake City, but it's a decent model.
Another great review, SilentMode, but I think this set isn't all that great. Part of it is undoubtedly due to my being a vet tech and unable to keep myself from snickering at how unrealistic it is, and that's not really fair to the set. But also, I just find it a bit blah. What is the space next to the horse's stall and why is it totally empty? Why didn't they put a hinge on the building so you could close it up? Why are there only two minifigs in a set this size? (Again, a combination of realism and play features - this practice clearly needs more than one doctor and one volunteer/intern, but more importantly I think there should be more people to play with. Sets at this price point in most other themes usually come with at least four minifigs, don't they?)
I also really dislike the cartoony animals, and since this set has more of those than any other set, it goes straight to the bottom of my to-buy list. The minidolls I actually like and think they're very appropriate to the target market, although a little more variety would be nice.