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FAQ

What Is The Best Vet School Possible To Get Into?
I Would Really Like To Go To Auburn Or Ucdavis.

Both of those will be very hard to get into if you're out of state. Auburn only a maximum of 10 non-resident applicants a year. And you'll be competing with hundreds.
The best school is the one that is in your state if you live in one with a vet school. If not, then look to see if your state has a contract with another state. For example: Auburn has a contract with Kentucky and sets aside 24 seats for kentucky residents. Iowa State has a similar contract with Nebraska. If you aren't a resident or in a contract state, then you'll need to apply to as many schools as possible. Definitely apply to schools that accept a high number of out of state applicants like Kansas State. You can find that information for some of the schools on this website: http://www.aavmc.org For those that haven't put that information on that website it will link you to the schools' websites.
Here are the admissions stats for UC Davis for the class of 2012. 490 nonresidents applied and only 10 were accepted. It's equally competitive if you're from California.
http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/studentpro...

What Job Is Better? Vet Or Translator?
I Can Speak 3 Languages English, Russian And Japanese. I Would Love To Translate Books, Movies And Couples From Different Countrys But I Also Love Animals And I Would Love To Help. What Job Would Be Best, Wich Job Gets More Money?

Veterinarian pay better but getting into Veterinary School is very competitive.

Median annual wages of veterinarians were $79,050 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $61,370 and $104,110. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $46,610, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $143,660.

The average annual salary for veterinarians in the Federal Government was $93,398 in March 2009.

According to a survey by the American Veterinary Medical Association, average starting salaries of veterinary medical college graduates in 2008 varied by type of practice as follows:

Small animals, exclusively $64,744
Large animals, exclusively 62,424
Small animals, predominantly 61,753
Mixed animals 58,522
Large animals, predominantly 57,745
Equine (horses) 41,636

Wage and salary interpreters and translators had median annual wages of $38,850 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $28,940 and $52,240. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $22,170, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $69,190. Individuals classified as language specialists in the Federal Government earned an average of $79,865 annually in March 2009.

Earnings depend on language, subject matter, skill, experience, education, certification, and type of employer, and salaries of interpreters and translators can vary widely. Interpreters and translators who know languages for which there is a greater demand, or which relatively few people can translate, often have higher earnings, as do those who perform services requiring a high level of skill, such as conference interpreters.

For those who are not salaried, earnings typically fluctuate, depending on the availability of work. Freelance interpreters usually earn an hourly rate, whereas translators who freelance typically earn a rate per word or per hour.

What Are The Advantages Of Getting A Cat Fixed By A Vet Vs. A Clinic?

The surgery will be done by a vet regardless of whether it is a regular clinic or a spay/neuter clinic. Although not as many as vets in a spay/neuter clinic, regular vets do plenty of desexings- enough that there's probably no appreciable difference in skill level.

A spay/neuter clinic obviously has the advantage of being lower cost, however some can turn into a bit of a 'production line'. If there are enough trained staff on hand, this isn't necessarily a problem. In some circumstances though it can mean that the animal isn't as well monitored whilst under anaesthetic or when it is recovering, which is an issue if the animal runs into any problems. As far as cats go, this is really only applicable to spays. I've still got 7 weeks to go before I qualify as a vet, and even I can have a cat's balls off within about five minutes flat.

Spaying A Cat At Vet Vs Mobile Clinic?
My Local Vet Made An Apmnt With Me Next Week To Spay My Kitten. I Just Found Out From A Friend That The Stop Mobile Clinic Is In My Area Next Week. My Vet Wants Almost $400.00 To Spay And Finish Shots, But The Stop Clinic Only Charges $130.00 To Do The Same. I Really Would Love To Save Almost $300.00. Is The Mobile Bus/Van Clinic Just As Safe As A Reg Business Vet? Are There Any Downs To Using This Service? Any Advise Would Help, Since I Only Have A Few Days To Decide. Thank You

In human medicine they have found the highest success rates and fewer fatalities for open-heart surgery are at the hospitals that do the MOST surgery.

So the mobile clinic has that in their favor as private vet hospitals don't do that surgery as often as the clinics.

My female kitten was spayed in a vet office this summer for around $400. My male kitten was neutered before I adopted him from the shelter for $150.

If you truly "save" the $300, put it in a fund for the kitty's future medical expenses or emergencies. Your kitty will do just as well with the mobile clinic and you will always have something on hand to continue your excellent care of her.

How Much Is A Years Tuition At Auburn University For Veterinary Doctor?
Out Of State Tuition

http://www.auburn.edu/finaid/special-inf...

That website shows all the fees and tuition, although I wonder if maybe you've already visited that site. The space that tells the tuition for veterinary medicine students doesn't specify whether the cost is for a semester or a year. The best thing you can do is just call the school at this number: (334) 844-4000 and ask. Tell them that the website doesn't make it clear.

Is It Better To Start As A Vet Tech, Or Go Straight For Veterinary Doctor?
My Girlfriend Wants To Be A Vet. Is It Best To Start Off As A Vet Tech Or Just Find A School That Has A The 8 Year Program Needed To Become A Full Vet Doctor? It Seems Pretty Difficult To Find A School That Offers A Full Veterinary Program.

Starting as a vet tech is a complete waste of time. A 2 year degree is required before you can work as a technician and none of the coursework will transfer to your pre-vet requirements.
So, it is best to go straight for veterinary medicine. Yes there are only 28 schools that offer veterinary medicine. But, you don't have to go there for all 8 years. You can do your pre-vet requirements and earn a bachelor's degree at pretty much any US school. For vet school... you can find a vet school using this website: http://www.avma.org/education/cvea/colle...