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  • Veterinary Pharmacologists

    The demand for drugs that treat a variety of diseases and conditions in livestock, pets, and other animals has grown dramatically over the past ten years. A veterinary pharmacologist he 
  • Top 10 Veterinary Schools in America

    Very few schools offer accredited DVM programs, but of those that do, which is the best? According to 
  • Choosing a Vet School: What Really Matters

    There are several factors to consider when scouting for veterinary programs. First, you’ll want to check out location. Next you’ll need to do some research on the faculty. Lastly, look into the tec 
  • Choosing a Veterinary School

    Students interested in a veterinary career can choose between becoming a veterina 
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree

    To work as a veterinarian, you must earn a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or VMD) degree from a program accredited by the Council on Education of the 
  • Exotic Animals: Working as a Vet in Florida

    Veterinarians everywhere work with a variety of animals on a daily basis. But thanks to differences in climate and geography, some veterinarians specialize in local animals that other states simply 
  • Getting Accepted to Veterinary School

    Getting accepted to a veterinary program at any level has many requirements that you'll need to be sure to pay keen attention to. Generally, the process for students of veterinary technology prog 
  • Guide to Veterinary Internships

    Like getting an internship for any job, a veterinary internship is a great way to get some real-world experience and training. Pursuing an internship can also help you get your foot 
  • Interview with Andrea Winkel, DVM Student

    Editor's Note: This interview was published in 2006. Since then, Andrea Winkel has graduated with her DVM and is now serving as a veterinarian in the U.S. Air Force. A self-descr 
  • Interview with Dr. Lydia L. Donaldson, VMD

    As an undergrad student, Lydia Donaldson considered following in her father's footsteps to become an M.D. But an aversion to sticking people with needles combined with a love of animals led to a 
  • Introduction to Veterinary Careers

    Dr. Doolittle, one of the most famous animal doctors in literature, once sang: If we could talk to the animals, just imagine itChatting to a chimp in chim 
  • Public Health Veterinarian

    Public health veterinarians, sometimes also called veterinary medical officers, work for government agencies to conduct research and promote animal and human health. They fight diseases 
  • Career Profile: Veterinary Anesthesiologist

    When an animal is in pain, or needs a diagnosis, therapy, or surgery, it will often require the expertise of a trained anesthesiologist or anesthesia technician. Veterinary anesthesia 
  • Top 10 Qualities of a Great Veterinarian

    A great veterinarian is held in the highest regard by animal lovers and pet owners. They provide much needed preventative and emergency care to beloved dogs, cats, horses, and other animals. To b 
  • Career Specialties in Veterinary Medicine

    Are you considering applying to veterinary school? Did you know that your degree can get you jobs in areas other than as a veterinarian or veterinary technologist/technician? Below are just some ex 
  • Veterinary Scholarships

    Looking for money for veterinary school that won't add to your debt? Look no further than scholarships! Veterinary students use Fastweb 
  • Veterinary Associations

    One of the best ways to get good information about veterinary careers, schools, mentoring, specializations, and job options is through professional organizations. Check out the professional veterin 
  • Veterinary Medicine Careers

    Veterinary medicine, like human medicine, is a very versatile career path. Just think of all the different types of animals that exist on the planet. No matter your specialization -- be i 
  • Career Profile: Veterinary Technologists & Technicians

    Veterinary technologists and technicians (also called "vet techs") work under the supervision of a veterinarian, most often in a small-animal veterinary practice. As a veterinary te 
  • Veterinary Resources

    House Rabbit Society Non-profit rabbit rescue organization Humane Society of 
  • Veterinary School Continuing Education

    As with many other careers that require state licenses, continuing education is often a necessity for veterinarians. It can also help vet techs move forward in their careers. Requirements 
  • Veterinary School Rankings

    Veterinary school and program rankings may be helpful with your school selection as an aspiring veterinarian, but don't expect them to be easy to come by. Rank 
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Schools

    Finding the right training in veterinary medicine can be tough. Use the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Schools and Programs directory below to find the college or university to get your veterinary 
  • Online Veterinary Schools & Programs

    Like animals? Want to learn how to help them stay healthy without having to relocate or stop working? While there are no online degrees to become a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), th 
  • Qualites That Make For Great Veterinary Professionals

    Patience - Veterinarians understand that the job can be stressful. Good business sense - In addition to patience, veterinarians need patients! Vet 
  • Veterinarian: Tools of the Trade

    Medical equipment - Veterinarians use many of the same tools that medical doctors that work on people do. These include stethoscopes, surgical instruments, and diagnostic eq 
  • Career Profile: Veterinarians

    An introduction to the field of veterinary medicine and educational options for future veterinary practitioners. Veterinarians typically perform clinical work in private practices a 
  • A Veterinarian’s Job

    Over three-quarters of all vets (77%, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association) treat pets, including dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, and rodents. Some vets vets work 
  • Vet Tech Careers, Jobs & Salaries

    People love their pets, and require excellent care not only from their primary veterinarian, but also from the vet technologists and technicians who assist veterinarians. What is a Vet Te 
  • Veterinary Schools in Philadelphia

    Graduates pursuing a doctor of veterinary medicine degree in Philadelphia are fortunate to live near the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine with academic departments that incl 
  • Federal Financial Aid

    State-provided grants, loan payback programs, private loans, and scholarships can all help you pay the sometimes steep price-tag of a college education in Atlanta. Federal loans, however, are a key 
  • Degrees in the Vocations

    Students studying a vocation, such as welding or auto mechanics, have a range of associate degrees, diplomas, and certificate programs to choose from. A vocational program offers concentrated train 
  • Chiropractic Career Specialties

    Neurology Chiropractic neurologists use an examination of neurological function as the basis for treatment. Orthopedics Chiropractic orthopedists treat pain and orthop 
  • Chiropractic Careers and Jobs

    Chiropractors diagnose and treat patients with health problems related to the muscular, nervous, and skeletal systems, with a special emphasis on the spine. The goal of treatment is to improve bod 
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