Pros And Cons Of Veterinary And Animal Science

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Veterinary and Animal Science by.Kyler Hicks
Veterinary and animal science is a new fully open access publication from Elsevier which strongly encourages a multiple disciplinary approach to research. The scope of journal intentionally broad and includes almost all of the key aspects of animal science, veterinary science and veterinary medicine. Areas of animal science will be considered for publication include: reproduction, breeding, genetics, physiology, nutrition, feed science, meat science, animal welfare, ethics and law, animal behavior, zoo animal management, and livestock management and production.

Steps to become a veterinarian:
Step 1: I would half to complete a bachelor's degree program
Step 2: Earn a doctor’s of veterinary medicine
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They might specialize in a type of veterinary medicine, such as surgery, and/or a group of animals, such as horses, dogs, or wildlife. Duties include diagnosing patients, prescribing medications, performing surgery, giving vaccinations, and providing health care recommendations to pet owners. Veterinarians may also conduct research in areas such as biomedical sciences. They often work very long hours, and many make themselves available for emergency situations. Commonly called vets, most work in private clinics, treating companion animals, for example, dogs and cats. They diagnose illnesses and perform medical procedures. A small number of people who work in this field are equine veterinarians who treat horses, and food animal vets who work with farm animals.The country's 55,410 veterinarians made an average $91,250 per year as of May 2011, according to the BLS. However, annual pay ranged from $50,480 to $141,680 per year. Veterinarians diagnose and treat pets and animals on farms, ranches, zoos, racetracks and laboratories. Zoo vets reported an average annual salary of $97,355 in 2009 in the AVMA survey, a number that is significantly different than that reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey also shows that salary dropping from the average in 2007, when it was reported at $118,961 per year. Employment of veterinarians is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than…show more content…
We give particular attention to the undergraduate research experience and gauge its influence on the career choices of high-achieving URM students who started college intending to major in the life sciences and participated in an intervention program at the University of California, Davis (UCD). Although the overall study uses a two-stage survey-interview research design, this article uses only the survey data to describe the selection of paths to doctoral degrees in the biomedical sciences and “leakage” in the pipeline to scientific careers. We also examine values and interests associated with the consideration of scientific research careers and conclude with recommendations for the implementation of targeted intervention programs that could increase the number of URM

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