There are many career choices for young adults in the United States. Some require a college education, while others only require on the job training or a technical certification. One of those careers available to young adults is veterinarian. It is very important to thoroughly investigate any career choice. By researching the duties and tasks of a veterinarian; the education and training required to become a veterinarian; the salary and benefits of a veterinarian; and the employment outlook for a veterinarian, a better evaluation of this career choice can be made.
At a young age, we are all asked the same unfathomable question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” A princess, a pilot, or a police officer are the conventional conceived replies. However, in my case, I knew from the beginning I wanted to be a veterinarian. Not only did I extrapolate this from my passion for animals but also my desire to lend a helping hand to people too . Of course, I did not know where my dreams would come true nor the full impact I wished to make on this world, but I know now that Colorado State University is the preeminent place to turn my seemingly insurmountable dreams into reality. My motivation for pursuing such as career began the moment I came in contact with my first pet.
If you had a choice to test an animal to save your child would you? Animal testing has been proven to work throughout the years but, as we evolve more and more there have been things that could substitute testing. “Research on living animals has been practiced since at least 500 bc”. “Animals used in the experiment commonly subjected to force feeding, forced inhalation, food and water deprivation etc.” Animal testing while seeming inhuman there are some beneficial sides to testing on animals. While they do save countless live animal testing is not proven to always work on humans.
Veterinary Technologist and Technician would be the best career choice for me because it would bring me personal satisfaction, financial stability, and opportunites for help others. First, a career in veterinary technologist and technician would bring great personal satisfaction. I enjoy working, helping out, and just being with animals. For example, Julie Legred, a veterinary technician and executive director at the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America, says, “We do everything except diagnose, prescribe and do surgery, They often work in private clinics and animal hospitals, assisting veterinarians with the care of animals” ("Veterinary Technologist and Technician"). Without veterinary technologists and technicians,
Although I going to strive to become an Equine dentist, sometimes things get in the way of life and you need to re-route yourself. If life just so happens to get in my way and interfere with me becoming an Equine dentist i have two backup careers. My first one is being a Horse breeder, and my second one is being a Vet tech. I chose theses two careers as my backup plan because most of the college prerequisites and other course work are the same, and because it still has my passion in it, animals. The first career I am going to talk about is Vet tech.
Once you have the land, now is when you would start going to the sale barns and to look for a small group of cattle that are good in quality. You may not find the right set the first time; this may take a few visits to several different sales. Eventually, you will find the right set and be ready to start managing cattle. Time and caring are some examples of the hardest work you will do. Once you bring the cattle home and turn them out in the pasture, it is now time to let them explore.
What is the definition of passion? According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary the definition of passion is “a strong feeling of enthusiasm or excitement for something or about doing something.” I have a burning passion for animals. I also have wanted to be a person in the medical field since I was little. Therefore I chose to be a Veterinarian. Being a veterinarian is something that I will never get burned out on.
I intend on being more than a dog and cat veterinarian; I desire to help those animals, along with others, such as those found on farms, in zoos, or even in wildlife sanctuaries. I also want to do more than just serve animals; I want to change the veterinary medicine field by creating new and more effective medicines and curing diseases and disorders that are uncured in today’s world. Once I become very successful and financially stable, I would like to help up and coming veterinarians like myself. I want to create my own non-profit organization dedicating to helping those ambitious and creative kids support their dreams financially, and obtain mentors and job shadowing opportunities to encourage them and properly prepare them for their future careers. By doing these things, I would change the lives of both animals and humans; animals, by making state of the art changes and discoveries, and humans, by supplementing their already solid passion in veterinary
In this paper you will basicly read about my future path of becoming a veterinarian. I got some evidence or notes from some of the web sites linked down below. I will also explain what it take to become a veterinarian. I will explain what colleges require in order for me to become a vet. I will say what best school is for my future path and all the other things.
The career I want to pursue is a veterinarian. A veterinarian is someone who takes care of animals who are injured or have a disease. In this field, you will work with a lot of people and a lot of animals. To become a veterinarian you need to go to a four year college, then go to a four year veterinary medicine school. The college I would like to go to is UC Davis.