Veterinarian

By : Chelsey Taylor

Careers Description

What does a person in this career does  is a medical professional who protects the health and well-being of both animals and people. They diagnose and control animal diseases and treat sick and injured animals. They also advise owners on proper care of their pets and livestock. What made this part interesting and accurate Radiography are one of the most important diagnostic tools in veterinary medicine. They allow us to view the shape, size and location of organs inside your pet's body. Are extremely helpful for diagnosing and monitoring many medical and surgical conditions. X-rays are useful for examining your pet's bones, lungs, heart, abdomen, oral cavity and other areas of the body. An x-ray can detect bladder stones, a fractured bone, tumor, heart problem, and locate an obstruction or foreign body in your pet's stomach or intestine. X-rays and Ultrasound are often utilized together for an even more accurate diagnosis.

Required Skills
The path to earning the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree is not easy. The preparation begins in high school and continues through college and graduate study in veterinary school. The high school student interested in becoming a veterinarian should follow a college preparatory program. The subjects should include English, math and sciences in preparation for applying to college. However, academic accomplishments are not the only skills needed to be a successful veterinarian.
Passion for Animals The most important skill is a passion for animals and a commitment to the health and well-being of animals. The future veterinarian cannot just own a dog or cat; he must have desire to care for the pet and keep it healthy and happy. Veterinarians must also have a natural curiosity about other species, such as domestic farm animals or exotic species that live in the wild.

Educational Requirements
What courses need to be taken is As of publication, there were 28 accredited schools of veterinary medicine in the U.S. Course requirements and options vary, but certain basic courses are standard. Students typically study animal physiology and anatomy, biology, zoology, animal science, chemistry and microbiology
How long is the program of study? 4 years in the United States, veterinary school is a four-year degree program following undergraduate Bachelor's degree level education (a total of 7 to 9 years: 3-5 years undergraduate plus 4 years of veterinary school) what collage university or educational requirements can be met for a veterinarian? Remington College


Other Preparation
If no degree is required, include other ways needed skills are developed for the career?
The path to earning the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree is not easy. The preparation begins in high school and continues through college and graduate study in veterinary school. The high school student interested in becoming a veterinarian should follow a college preparatory program. The subjects should include English, math and sciences in preparation for applying to college. However, academic accomplishments are not the only skills needed to be a successful veterinarian.

Salary (Income) Expectations

How much money can you expect to earn from this career when you first start out?
32,000
How much money can you expect to earn from this career after you’ve been doing it for several years?
50,000

Future Outlook

How hard will it be for someone to get a job in your chosen career?
you got to be willing to do it.

How many of these jobs are there in the United States?
22 schools


Does this career have a long future, or does it have the possibility of dying away? Why or why not?  /   Yes because i am a animal lover.

Benefits
What are some specific reasons why this particular career might appeal to someone?
Because theres animals out there hat needs help.

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