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Kerstin Chow

on 22 January 2013

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By: Kerstin Vet Rationale
for job selection Career path Diagnose
Research medical conditions and diseases
Blood tests
X-rays Veterinarian A vet is a professional who practices veterinarian medicine by treating diseases, disorder, and injury in non-human animals. Type of Work Veterinary Pathologist
Animal Welfare Lawyer
Wildlife Biologist
Animal Breeder
Marine Biologist
Animal Trainer Related Jobs Some vets work for the federal and provincial regulatory practice, whose main jobs is to ensure food safety and a healthy animal population. Skills Required Scientific knowledge
Making right decisions
Work under pressure
Observational skills
Reporting information Typical Day (small/companion animals) Write files
Diagnose health problems
Vaccinate animals against diseases
Treat wounds
Perform surgery
Advise owners
Euthanize animals Goals to Ensure Employment (Canada) Pre- veterinarian Education
Veterinarian School Education (Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine degree)
Get Certificate of Qualification Salary Range The income for all full-time vets is around $70,000 to $110,000 a year (start off between $45,000 to $65,000 or more a year) Transferable skills from high school Education Needed Potential Employers Animals can get sick any time so vets have to work long hours. Full- time vets work 8 to 10 hours a day including weekends. Private practice: Yourself or another veterinarian
Public practice: The federal/local government, the military, non government organizations, industries etc. Current/ future demand Cooperating
Decision making
Identifying problems
Analytical/Research skills
Teamwork Vets commonly work in noisy clinics or hospitals, and when working with animals that are frightened or in pain, vets rick being scratched, bitten or kicked. Analytical/Research skills
Stress Management
Handle details
Self-motivated A four year bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, nursing, veterinary science or the sciences, a graduate degree as a Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine (DVM) programs, DVM programs are 4 years in length and tend to be very intensive. All programs are hands- on with significant practical experience. To get into veterinarian college, experience with animals is needed, excellent marks are also important it is recommended to strive for at least a B+ average I choose this career because:
I am interested in the science field
I love animals
I good at science and math
It has a good pay Companion/Small Animal Practice
Laboratory Animals for Research
Pet Food Industry
Emergency Animal Medicine Over the next few years the number of vets has grown sharply. This increase is primarily because the rise in demand for veterinary services for pets and a high number of graduates entering the labour market. Since these trends are expected to continue, the number of vets should continue to increase sharply over the next few years. surgeries
prescribe medicine of pets, livestock, or animals in zoos. Vets care for the health of animals. They: Problem solving High school Courses It is recommended to take as many science and math courses during high school such as: Biology
Advanced Functions
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