Why Veterinary Medicine Is A Doctor But For Animals

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Research: Notes/Citations Research Question: What is Vet Medicine and how does it relate to my career goals? Topic #1: What is veterinary medicine? - Question 1: What type of classes should I take in high school? o Notes/Citation Veterinary Medicine is a doctor but for animals. Veterinary medicine involves medical, diagnostic, surgical, dental, and therapeutic principles to all types of animals. If a client got bit by an infected animal, a human doctor might just send them to the vet for a better understanding and this might just be another way veterinarians help humans as well. Most people who go into this field starts learning about what type of animals they want to handle by learning all about them in high school… even if the person might already know it is still a requirement to do so. Take me, for instance, I want to take care of companion animals (which are dogs, cats, and etc.) when I start my career, but I still have to learn about other animals because of the four years’ program of study that they have at my school. b 1.) Desoto High School - Latest News. (n.d.). Retrieved April 25, 2016, from http://www.desotohs.desotoisd.org/?PageName=LatestNews 2.) Health Benefits of Companion Animals. (n.d.). Retrieved April 25, 2016, from http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART03385/Health-Benefits-of-Companion-Animals.html - Question 2: What does it takes to get in vet school? Since there are only 30 veterinary schools accredited by the American Veterinary
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