S: Seasons of Change
FC: of change | vetrinarians
1: A Year in Review
2: fling | daily tasks | Administering vaccination Medication sick or wounded animals Dressing wounds Setting fractures Performing surgery Taking blood and tissue samples Advising owners on animal health Providing paperwork for animals traveling abroad Coping with after hours emergencies A large animal veterinarian conducts his work in the stable, or on the farm. His duties must be carried out on site
3: The more you laugh the longer you live | large animal vets work with farmers and livestock producers. they also work with horses cows pigs goats and other animals to big to be transported to a clinic
4: Spring is Here | large animal vets make an average of $62,400 yearly.
5: veterinarians must graduate with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M. or V.M.D.) degree from a 4-year program at an accredited college of veterinary medicine
6: is in the air... | 5 of the best vet schools are 1.University of California, Davis 2.Louisiana State University 3.Florida University 4.University of Wisconsin 5.Tufts University
7: 1. Responsibility. to be able to do whats right 2. Curiosity. to better understand animals 3. Capacity. so you can keep searching for answers 4. Audacity. to be able to do the dirty parts of the job 5. Authority. to be able to make decisions
8: Most vet clinics will offer some paid vacation and sick days, possibly some health insurance coverage and maybe a couple fringe benefits (such as at-cost for supplies for vet's pets when the vet performs the examination). However, very few veterinarians will have disability, retirement, life insurance, paid CE, etc.
9: pros knowledge working with animals decent pay | cons long hours unpredictable circumstances hard decisions
10: is this a job you would like to have? yes, because it affords the opportunity to work with animals and even though there are long hours there is also decent pay.
11: sources http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos076.htm http://www.ask.com/questions-about/Veterinarian