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Transcript of VETERINARIAN
Essentially, I’d be an animal doctor. Someone has a sick pet or livestock, they come to me. I get the unyielding pleasure of making the poor helpless creature feel much better. I’d often even be saving it’s life.
Education Requirements :( In order to become a veterinarian you would need to endure 4 years of university before applying to a veterinary school. Once accepted, you have to study there for another 4 – 5 years before you graduate as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Or in other words you need to go through a hell of a lot o’ school. Totaling 8 years, after high school. Most of your courses are science and biology related. Making it the perfect career for me
Where? Depending on whether you’re a small animal’s specialist or a large animal’s specialist dictates where you go. If you take the small animal route, you’d be dealing with house hold pets, you know, dogs, cats, that sorta thing. Working mostly in offices and small examination rooms. Whereas if you go large animals, you’d be helping maintain the health of farm animals or zoo animals, bigger stuff like cows, horses and elephants. Fun. Usually this line of work involves a lot of out doors, on the road, work in the field kinda stuff.
Uhm, well there’s really not a whole lot left to tell you. I’ve wanted to be a vet since I was about seven. I’m sure I would have wanted it earlier, but that’s the earliest I can remember someone asking me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I like biology, I like animals, and I like helping them. Seemed like the right career choice to me.
That’s about it.
Here’s a picture of a giraffe.