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Veterinarian Prezi

Being a Veterinarian
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Jalynn Jones

on 11 November 2013

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What Do They Do?
VETERINARIAN
Veterinarians diagnose them and treat diseases and dysfunctions of animals. Specifically, they care for the health of pets, livestock and animals in zoos.
Responsibilities
Veterinarians also care for farm animals, monitor horses at racetracks and inspect animals destined for the food system.
check ups
Giving shots
Find Diseases and let people know
Euthanize Animals
Schooling Required
* Graduate high school
* Bachelors degree (4 years)



* Vet School (4 years)

VETERINARIAN
Science preferred
Pre-requisites
GRE Test (Sometimes in Biology)
MCAT (some)
1 year of clinical (Intern)
NAVLE (North American Veterinary License Exam
State Exam
AVMA Certificate (29 Schools)
Schools Near You
Utah State University

Other Schools
29th Vet School 2013!
Auburn
Colorado State
Cornell
Iowa State
Kansas State
Louisiana State
Michigan State
Mississippi State
North Carolina State
Ohio State
Oklahoma State
Oregon State
Purdue University
Texas A&M
Tufts University
Tuskegee University
U of California, Davis
U of Florida
U of Georgia
U of Illinois
U of Minnesota
U of Missouri
U of Pennsylvania
U of Tennessee
U of Wisconson
Virginia-Maryland Regional
Washington State
Western University
Salary
veterinarians earned a median salary of $82,900 in 2011. The best-paid veterinarians earned $141,680, while the lowest-paid earned $50,480.
Employment of veterinarians is expected to grow 36 percent from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations. Job opportunities should be particularly good in government and in farm animal care
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Advancements
Private Practices
after working as a vet
when you can afford it
Government Opportunities
Public Health Veterinarian
Focusing on animals who are consumed
Specializing
Vets who have additional training in a specific area whether it be a species, or a practice.
Zoo Vet
Radiologist
Equine, Canine, Feline, etc.
Dentists
Who Wants To Be A Veterinarian?
Keep doing well in school
take as much science/math as you can
practice ACT
Volunteer
Join Clubs
3.5 GPA
Have fun and don't give up
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