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How long does it take to get a DVM?

About 8 years. 4 years at a university with a bachelors degree and then 4 years at an accredited veterinary school.
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Difference between a DVM and a VMD degree in veterinarians?

The Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris (VMD) degree is only awarded to veterinarians by the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA. It is equivalent to the (MORE)

What does''DVM'' stand for at the end of a vet's name?

Doctor of Vetrinary Medicine; this is the official degree awarded to graduates of veterinary medical school in the United States. The one exception is The University of Pennsy (MORE)

If a person has DVM after his name what does he do for a living?

DVM stands for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and is the educational title for a veterinarian from any of 27 out of the 28 accredited colleges of veterinary medicine in the Uni (MORE)

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Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

How many years does it take to get a DVM?

4 years of college (same stuff as pre-med), 4 years of Vet school (I think) and some internship and residency.
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What is the difference between a DVM a VMD and a Ph.D degree?

DVM = Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, VMD = Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris - these are equivalent professional degrees issued by colleges of veterinary medicine. PhD = Docto (MORE)

What is the scope of dvm in Pakistan?

it is the third degree after mbbs and bds in the world which has much greater scope even that a vetenarian can earn more than a mbbs doctor or a dentist as far as the scope is (MORE)

Can you do MD in Pakistan after dvm?

yes, i can do md in pakistan.There are several institutes for this purpose in pakistan.
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What vet school uses vmd instead of DVM?

The Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris (VMD) degree is only awarded to veterinarians by the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA. It is equivalent to the (MORE)