Vet assistants should at least have an undergrad degree. This is a 4 year degree.
Veterinary assisting is an entry-level position and most assistants are trained on the job. You do not earn a degree in veterinary assisting.
No ... you need the DVM degree.
You need a vet medicine degree, and 8+ years of college.
A vet's an MD, you need a degree in veterinary medicine.
Veterinarians must have a degree in veterinary medicine; in the United States, this is a DVM or VMD degree. Previous experience isn't necessary, although most veterinarians have worked as kennel assistants, vet assistants or lay vet techs prior to becoming veterinarians.
techs or assistants? they are different- techs are like nurses, assistants are like janitors. techs, one per vet maybe two if the practice is busy. assistants is however many they decide to need, because they aren't associated with the vet they just clean.
yes. about a half of the vet's salary.
a 2 year associates degree
Pre-Vet, then you grad, and go to vet school where you get your degree