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FAQ

I'M Thinking About Becoming A Veterinarian?
I'M Thinking About Becoming A Veterinarian, But The Thing Is I'M Not Sure I Can Perform The Surgery Or Euthanize The Pets That Need It. Although It Has Always Been My Dream Job To Be A Veterinarian. Is It Possible For A Veterinarian To Not Do Those Things? For The Past Couple Hours I'Ve Been Looking At Videos Where Veterinarians Perform Surgery, And I Just Don'T Think I Would Ever Be Able To Do It. Does That Mean My Dreams Are Crushed For Becoming A Vet?

There are veterinarians that do not perform surgery and veterinarians that don't euthanize. However, those that do not have specialized in some area where these tasks are not required. Radiologists for example do neither of those things. Neither do pathologists. However, both of those also have very little actual contact with animals. Anesthesiologists don't typically do either of these things but they are present during the surgery.
Internal medicine specialists do not perform surgery but do frequently need to euthanize animals.
If you want to be a general practitioner then you will be required to perform both of these tasks. Imagine taking your beloved pet to a veterinarian for it's whole life. Finally the time comes to put him down and the vet who you've been seeing for 10 years tells you she is unable to do it and sends you to a stranger. Clients do not accept this. As a general practitioner you will be expected to perform basic surgeries such as spays and neuters. Sending these common procedures away will not allow your clinic to survive.
Even if you do opt for one of the specialists that don't perform either of these procedures you will still be required to do both of them during your training. You will not get through vet school without performing surgery and it's very unlikely you won't come across a patient that requires euthanasia during school.

Some Questions About Veterinarians?
Hello There. I'M Nicole. So, My Life Long Dream Is To Become A Veterinarian. Ever Since I Was A Little Girl. I Have A Deep, Undying Passion For Animals. But I Have Quite A Few Questions About The Profession. Primarily About The Schooling Required To Be A Legal Veterinarian In The State Of Mississippi. So Here Are My Questions: 1) What Schooling Is Required? The Main School I Have My Eye On Is Mississippi State University. It Is A Four Year Program. But Do I Have To Go To Some Other College First? The Requirements On The Msu Website Seem Far Too Many For A High School Graduate. Could You Give Me A Full List Of What I Need To Do, Step By Step, To Become A Veterinarian? Or What You Did? 2) What Can I Do Now, In High School, To Better My Chances In The Veterinary World? I Am A Sophomore, Intending To Apply To Mississippi School For Mathematics And Science, Which Is A Rather Prestigious Boarding School For Juniors And Seniors In High School. If I Can Get In, That Is. Hopefully, Having Graduated From There Would Make My Resume More Desirable, Seeing As Though Math And Science Are The Key Components In Veterinary Medicine. I Also Currently Volunteer For My County'S Shelter And Intend To Volunteer At My Local Vet'S Office When I Am Old Enough. 3) I'M Also Considering The Possibility Of Becoming A Veterinary Technician, Thoughts On That? 4) Any Tips? Advice? I Greatly Appreciate Any Answers To This Question. They Mean A Great Deal. Thank You.

The path to becoming a veterinarian involves four years of college, followed by four years of vet school. You'll need excellent grades in college because it's extremely difficult to get into veterinary school. Becoming a vet tech in Mississippi may require either certification after taking some community college courses or being trained by a veterinarian. You can ask your local vet once you start volunteering. A vet tech job doesn't pay much -- the median salary is $23,000/year nationwide and probably less in Mississippi.

What Veterinary Is The Best And Safest For Pets-Banfield Or A Local Vet?
I Have Used Banfield Before And I Always Thought Everything Was Ok. I Want My Pets Well Taken Care Of And Safe. Is Banfield Trustworthy/A Good Vet Or Am I Better Off With A Regular Local Vet?

I work at a local vet clinic, and many people come to us because Banfield often gives vaccines that are known to cause reactions. Also, it is like pulling teeth trying to get vaccine certificates from them. I feel our vet pays close attention to detail because if anything goes wrong, there's no corporation to bail him out. Banfield admittedly tries to keep the patient/doctor meetinsg down to 6 minutes or less.

Any Help On Veterinary Medical Colleges ?
Are There Any Good Veterinary Medical Colleges In New York ?

It is Cornell. Students need a bachelor's degree to enroll at any veterinary medical college.

Veterinarian License Lookup?
Does Anyone Know Of A Website Where I Can Search For A Liecense Number And Background On A Veterinarian? Specifically, This Is For Ohio.

http://www.avma.org/
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), established in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 76,000 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services. Structured to work for its members, the AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession.


http://ovmlb.ohio.gov/

The Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board was established for the purpose of licensing veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians. The Board is the regulatory agency for the practice of veterinary medicine in Ohio and is governed by Chapter 4741 of the Ohio Revised Code.

I would think one of these should help you.

What Do I Have To Do To Become A Veterinarian Technician?
I Am So Lost.. I Am Starting At A Community College This September.. I Kind Of Had No Good Choices On Colleges Since My Grades Were Not Great In Hs...I Want To Be A Vet Tech..How Many Years Of College Will I Need.. What Steps Should I Take?

http://search.yahoo.com/search?search=ve...

Here is a link you can use for research. It seems as I hopped around a bit that programs varied in length.

Check with the community college you are attending in September to see if they have a program. They can give you all the correct information.

If your community college does not have a vet tech program. I noticed some on-line schools in the link that I gave you.

Good luck.
By the way, before you make this kind of career decision perhaps you could do some volunteer work with your local veterinarian. So many people who love animals think that they will like this type of work. Then after getting the training, find that this job is not at all what they had invisioned.