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Anonymous

If you really want to be a vet then you already know is for you. just do some reach on the course and hours you need, then go from there. try this site. http://vbs.psu.edu/majors/vbs/steps-to-becoming-a-veterinarian
http://blog.aftercollege.com/2014/truth-becoming-veterinarian-need-just-love-animals/
https://thehandmadehippie.wordpress.com/2014/01/31/things-that-no-one-tells-you-about-being-a-vet-tech/
http://avetsguidetolife.blogspot.com/2008/12/cost-of-becoming-vet.html

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Estefanie Nava De La Vega

I recommend you to go to an animal shelter and deal with the animals there to see how you develop with them.

Answered 3 years ago

Estefanie Nava De La Vega
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Joel Lidz

My cousin's daughter is planning to be a vet. She recently interned for a vet for a week or so. That is probably the best way to find out and of course speak to a vet or two about what their work entails. Some work only with small animals or only with cats, for example.

Answered 3 years ago

Joel Lidz