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Books About Veterinarians?
Hi. One Of My Friend'S Birthdays Is Coming Up. I'M Not Sure What To Get Her Because She Has Everything... She Is A High School Senior And Wants To Go To Vet School, So I Was Thinking Of Getting Her A Book On Veterinarians (Either A Fictional Work Or Biography Of Some Sort Has Any One Read Something Like This? I Could Use Some Suggestions/Reccomendations If You Have... Thanks!

Well for fiction Water for Elephants is an excellent book. It's set in the great depression and focuses on a veterinarian working in a traveling circus.
http://www.amazon.com/Water-Elephants-No...
If you're looking for non-fiction then All Creatures Great and Small (and other James Herriot books) are good. Every potential vet should read these. They are true accounts of his time as a country mixed
animal vet.
http://www.amazon.com/COMPLETE-JAMES-HER...

Anybody Know Much About Veterinarians?
Hello, Im In College And I Am A Biology Major. Im A Freshman This Year. I Want To Graduate With A Degree And Go To Vet School. Give Me Advice...Is My Major The Right Major..How Hard Is It To Get Accepted..What Should I Be Doing Now In College..Any Thing I Should Know About Vets That You Think I Dont Know..Oh And When You Graduate From Vet School How Hard Is It To Open Up A Business.?

If your current college has a Pre-Vet path, then take that path. If not, take as many higher level science and math courses as possible.

Also, look at the websites for the various Vet Schools and see their requirements for admission. They are VERY precise. And, if you really want to be a veterinarian you might want to transfer to a college with a Pre-Vet program now. It will increase your likelihood of admission into vet school. There are many more applicants than there are seats, and most vet schools give priority to in state residents and then reserve a certain number of seats for colleges they have a contract with. Even few seats are left for 'at large' candidates. So, again, making sure you have the right pre-requisites is essential.

It is HIGHLY competitive and you need to have OUTSTANDING GRADES and also a lot of experience with animals. Intern at your vet's office, volunteer at the local SPCA, take extra classes relating to animals.

It would probably not be hard to open a vet practice, but making it successful would take a lot of work! You have to make yourself stand out.

I hope this helps! I have done a lot of research with my daughter-she is an aspiring veterinarian.

Emergency Vet Interview?
I Have Interview Questions I Need Answered For School. Please Help What Is Your Job Like? - A Typical Day? - What Do You Do? What Are The Duties/Functions/Responsibilities Of Your Job? - What Kinds Of Problems Do You Deal With? - What Kinds Of Decisions Do You Make? - What Percentage Of Your Time Is Spent Doing What? - How Does The Time Use Vary? Are There Busy And Slow Times Or Is The Work Activity Fairly Constant? How Did This Type Of Work Interest You And How Did You Get Started? - What Is The Best Way To Enter This Occupation? - What Are The Advancement Opportunities? - What Are The Major Qualifications For Success In This Occupation? - What College Did You Attend?

You won't find any vets on here. But you will find plenty of 13 year old kids who like to pretend they are veterinarians and can't even spell the word properly. Phone or visit some vet practices in your area and find one willing to talk to you. It shouldn't be hard. Interview assignments are generally meant to in large part help teach you verbal communication skills, and you can't verify whether people are who they claim they are online, so you could look REALLY stupid bringing in a bunch of answers from your supposed "interview" that aren't even remotely correct.

Urgent! Dog Emergency, Any Vets?10Pts?
My Female Pit Got Spayed Last Friday And On Sunday We Let Her Out With The Dogs Because She's Not An Indoor Dog. Thing Is Today We Noticed The Alittle Ball By It So Right Now When I Got Home I Checked He And Its All Open Like Literally I Can Look At All Her Insides And Its Like Liquid Around But The Vets Are Close Now And Won't Open Til 8Am Tomorrow And There's No Hospital Any Advice To What I Should Do For The Meanwhile. Could This Be Fatal. Any Risks Aside From Infection. I Don't Want Any B.S. Right Like Your A Bad Owner. I Was Right To Spay Her But The Vet Never Told Me This Could Happen Nor Did He Give A Number To Call For After Hours. Vets Pls. You're Help Is Appreciated

There has to be an Emergency Vet in your area! If not, then you need to find one! If she is opened up and you can see her insides, then if you don't get her to a vet really soon, she will die! There is too high of a risk of infection, or injury to the organs, from exposure! She cannot remain with her insides exposed that way! She needs to be re-sutured up! Never, Ever, Ever, put salt or saltwater in a wound. She will hit the ceiling in agony. Have you ever had a cut on your finger, and gotten salt in it. It hurts!
ADD: Roxy!!! Please be very careful, what advice you give to other people. Anyone with sense, knows that you never put salt or saltwater on any wound!

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...