Throughout the past few years, I have contemplated back and forth constantly of what it is I might want to be when I graduate from high school and college. At first I thought maybe a lawyer, but I soon realized that I am not the type of person to argue against others. Maybe I could be a doctor, but too many people are in that profession or want to be in that profession as it is. After a while of long, hard thinking, I decided that I would apply my love of animals to my future career path, therefor I decided that I wanted to be a Veterinarian. A Veterinarian is a person, much like a doctor, who cares for ill or injured animals. Examples of some of the duties Veterinarians do are dress wounds, perform surgery, diagnose diseases, and even
I used to tell my friends and teachers that I wanted to explore the medical field because that was what my family wanted me to do. They wanted me to become a doctor as it is a well praised profession that pays extremely well. As I grew older and entered middle school, I realized that becoming a doctor wasn’t something I was immensely interested in. Instead of a doctor, I wanted to become a veterinarian, treating animals instead of people. I’ve become aware of my passion for animals ever since I began having pets: from fish to hamsters to dogs. I decided to focus on animals when I first took one of my hamsters to a veterinarian. I thought that their profession was fun and interesting because it revolves around animals, something that I love and grown up with. Although studying veterinary sciences is difficult and competitive, becoming an animal doctor has been one of my greatest
One of my main educational and also career goals in the world of veterinary medicine and animal health care would have to be completing all necessary courses to obtain my Veterinary Assisting certificate and going to work at a vet clinic. Eventually, I may chose to go back to school
My interest and passion for helping animals has been with me for as long as I can recall. This interest stemmed from my love of our family dog and my parents introducing me to the beauty of the animals in nature. In fact, when I was about 6 years old I innocently and confidently declared to my parents
Passion is what builds people’s hopes and dreams, and helps them push their way through life. My passion is my horses and live for animals. Since I was a little girl, animals have played a considerably large part in my life. Not only because I have grown up on a farm, but also because I focused my work, hobbies, and future around them. Five-year-old me would never hesitate when people asked me what I wanted to do as an adult, I would immediately respond with, “I want to be a vet.” Now that I am an adult, this field of work still awes me. Ideally, I would go to college and get my undergraduate degree, and then continue into Veterinary Medicine. After college, I would either go directly into a clinic that has already been developed, or I would
When I grow up, I want to be a veterinarian. I want to be this when I grow up because I love pets as many know. My grandma has 4(that I know of)but 3(that I know of too) of them died so she just has the one. I used to have 3 when I was really little and even before I was born thoughs 3 died then we got Karma my pitbull she love her kennel she got put down(R.I.P.) Dottie she was a cat and she ran away. And Renegade is my newest he is a Italian Mastiff. Then we have Charlie he is old and he is sorta new he come to our house for a visit sometimes but now he is fully ours. So that show I have some skill with pets. But I hate seeing pets not well and I want to fix that so that is also why I want to be a veterian. I’ll try my hardest to work.
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Growing up, I always asked myself, should I become a veterinarian? My family owned several of pets - especially only cats and dogs. I wasn’t satisfied with cats and dogs. I often begged my parents to own a bunny, a hamster, a gecko, or even a horse! My parents always declined. Instead, I often went to museums and state parks visitors center just to learn about animals. I also watched television shows related to animals. I found living things fascinating. I tend to go wandering outdoors. I would search, catch frogs, and watch any critters scramble or fly by. Also, snakes and spiders even never bothered me. I would do anything to learn about animals. This made me think that I’m worthy of being a veterinarian.
I aspire to become a veterinarian one day which is why I am choosing to study Biology. I have always been fascinated with the bond we share with animals. Even though you can't talk to them they seem to understand a lot more than we give them credit for. Animals get just as sick as humans, but unlike humans, they don’t have radiologists, pharmacists, or dentists, only veterinarians. A veterinarian has to be everything an animal needs. I can’t think of anything more rewarding than giving each animal as much time with their owners as I can.
Since I was a young child, I have always enjoyed the presence of animals. Becoming a veterinarian has invariably been a dream of mine. Many careers have interested me, but becoming a Veterinarian has always been my first goal. The reasons why I chose this career path is because this career allows me to work outside of an office that involves physical work, I can always learn something new, and this career allows me to make a difference in the lives of animals and humans. The importance of becoming a Veterinarian is to have the satisfaction of caring for a sick animal. In return, the pet owner knows that their pets’ health and condition is in good hands.
The first time I saw what a large animal veterinary does for a job, I was six years old. Horrified, I watched the veterinary check to see if a cow was pregnant. That day I vowed to never be a veterinary or put my hands anywhere near the rear end of a cow. Something changed along the years and I found a new love and appreciation for vets and all things animal science, hence my major. I plan on breaking both of the vows that I made when I was six. I grew up on a retired dairy farm that has been in the family for over a century. My mother's love for animals, rescue animals in particular, matches my own so I was one of those lucky kids that had a pony, numerous barn cats, and two dogs. While I was learning how to care for, handle, and even clean
Science has always been the subject that I seem the most interested in. I love learning about what happens in nature and observing those things. And I especially love animals. They are beautiful creatures that God has blessed us with, I honestly could not see my life without them. I’m very passionate when it comes animals. Which is why I think I’d be great at being a vet. I’m still unsure about some parts of being a veterinarian, but no one is 100% sure going into a career. I just know that i would like to help all animals. I see many get neglected that I can’t help and it bothers me. One day I hope I can help as many as I can because no one should feel deserted or
Animals have always been a part of my life and are very close to my heart. I was brought home from the hospital to a sweet old Doberman, who treated me as her puppy until the day she died. She even helped me to learn to walk, patiently helping me
My whole life I have loved animals and everyone knew that about me. I remember telling my parents that I wanted to be a veterinarian and they told me to work hard for that job. I feel as if being a vet would be the best job I could ever get because I would enjoy coming to work everyday. I also think that I would be good at this job because I can handle any pet I see. I have been around wild dogs that aren't trained, cats that like to bite and scratch, birds that hate to be touched, and many other animals. I mostly picked this job because, like I said, I would enjoy coming to work everyday, but this has been a dream job since I was a little kid. This job relates to my interest in so many ways. I do know that there are many different vets and
When Deja was around the age of ten, she would buy a lot of stuffed animals and act as if she was doing procedures on them for fun. She would often beg my mom, asking if she could go to the zoo, so she could see the animals and ask the caregiver’s questions about the animals and what they did to help them. Lauren Hughes once said “I am a veterinarian. I work long hours, my hair is often pulled back, I have student loans that you wouldn 't believe. I can 't take every sad case home, but at the end of the day, I love my clients, I love my patients, I love my job, because I 'm a veterinarian and I get to save lives.” The main reason I want to be a veterinarian is because I truly know I care for animals and have the patience to be able to deal with them and their owners in order to help cure them from whatever they have. Working long hours wouldn 't be a problem to me as well since I would be able to at least enjoy the majority of my time caring for the animals inside of the hospital. I feel this career has an impact on the owners and the pets. A majority of people who own pets, see them as a companion or a part of their family than just a pet, so to me, it is very important that I can assist them with their pets in order to keep the relationships between animals and their owners connected. The Duties for working in this field would be that you have to be able to provide medical care to for animals, mostly pets, but on other occasions, it can be a zoo animal, livestock or