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    If you dream of becoming a veterinarian, be prepared to begin an exciting journey of discovery. The world of veterinary medicine is in an ongoing influx of change and improvement for animals. In a society where domesticated animals once provided extra help around the farm, the current lifestyle of the family pet is much different that itsí predecessors. Today, pets whose ancestors lived a rugged farm life are now being treated to dental exams, hip replacements, emotional therapy and organized exercise programs. The world of the house pet is changing with the times and the world of veterinary medicine is changing too.

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    The definition of a veterinary specialist is someone who has chosen to become a veterinarian but then takes a specialized field to focus their practice. The world of veterinary services has expanded considerably in the most recent years to include such things as dermatology, behavior, cardiology, internal medicine, radiology and dentistry. If you want to become a specialist in one of these fields or one of the many others that are becoming popular with pet owners, you need only decide which one and acquire the special training to implement your specialized veterinary practice.

    Veterinary School Is Medical School, No Matter How You Look At It

    Veterinary school is much the same as any other study of medicine but is often much more competitive. It is often said that admission to veterinary school is one of the hardest in which to gain admittance. Veterinarians must complete four years of continued education once they have completed their undergraduate pre-veterinary studies at a four-year university or college. After completing the total of eight years of study, they must then pass a state required test for each of the states that they should choose to practice medicine in during their professional career.

    If you are interested in becoming a veterinary nurse or assistant, you will need to graduate from a specialized program for veterinary technicians. This program can be completed at a two or four year college and upon completion will legally qualify you to assist with most veterinary procedures. While a veterinary assistant is not licensed, their overall knowledge must be significant in order for them to perform their jobs successfully.

    Some would argue that domesticated pets donít need emotional therapy or exercise programs. Many would say that doggie daycares and doggie play dates are not a necessity for the petís emotional well-being. That may be true for many pet owners but for those that feel it is important to improve the quality of their pets lives, it is assuring to know that there are qualified medical veterinary professionals to provide the care needed to make these pet owners feel at ease with the life they are providing for their best friend.

     

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