What are good things about veterinarians?
1. Veterinarians work to improve animal health.
2. Veterinarians can significantly improve human health, particularly public health.
bad-they molest your pet good - they treat him/her good
you have to be smart, good with animals, biology and many others classes and things you need to become a veterinarian mechanic.:)
Most veterinarians maintain electronic records, and have computer programs to track billing. In addition, there are several good resources for veterinarians on the internet.
Yes veterinarians must like animals to do a good job.
Vets use chemistry for lots of things. Some things in which veterinarians can use chemistry is when they are doing surgery. Chemistry makes up everything, therefore it is great to know. Plus it's good for them when prescribing medicines for the animals.
Yes - they are mostly experienced veterinarians working in the veterinary field. Other good role models include research scientists, zoologists, wildlife biologists and marine biologists.
the same things regular veterinarians do, only with a larger variety of animals
they get work with animals, help them, and most importantly save a life
you get to interact with animals, you get paid well and its very fun!
Yes you can. They have many good Veterinarians there to treat your pet.
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Calculating dose of medicine, finding body mass index, statistics.
Most veterinarians don't work under water, as they primarily focus on terrestrial species. However, marine and aquatic veterinarians can do many things underwater, ranging from collecting environmental samples to evaluating the health of individual animals or a population of animals. However, marine and aquatic veterinarians tend to do most of their work on land.
Veterinarians are normal people who happen to treat animals for a living - they do all different sorts of things for fun such as hiking, skiing, watching TV, dancing, socializing with friends, quilting, woodworking, riding roller coasters, etc.
Veterinarians, particularly private practice veterinarians, are medical service providers. They keep their customers happy by providing good customer service - acceptable office hours, a clean clinic environment, good communication skills and the appropriate level of veterinary care.
In general, veterinarians need a high level of self-confidence - they are the professional and even if they aren't entirely sure of what is happening or what the proper next step is, they need to trust themselves to make a decision and to present both positive and negative information to the owners. Veterinarians also need good self-discipline and self-management. Particularly in private practice, veterinarians work fairly autonomously, so they have to self-supervise to ensure they… Read More
In the United States, veterinarians working in the state of Georgia (in the Southeast of the country) could expect to make US$80,000 to US$90,000 with experience, a good clinic and an established client base.
This will be a personal decision based upon your interests, personality and skills. Both doctors and veterinarians are medical professionals, so you will need to have a good background in math and science. These are also both service professions, so good communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential. The major difference between doctors and veterinarians is the species treated - doctors treat humans, veterinarians treat everthing else.
No, veterinarians is a plural noun.
One good resource in the United States is the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). At their website, they have a lot of information about what veterinarians do and how to become a veterinarian - the site is www dot avma dot org.
Veterinarians are broadly trained medical scientists, so there are quite a few things you can learn from them. In most cases, veterinarians focus on explaining the art and science of veterinary medical practice, everything from how to safely collect a blood sample to how to sort through diagnostic tests to arrive at a diagnosis. However, veterinarians can also teach ethical reasoning, professional standards, human resources management, communications skills and talk knowledgeably about most biology related… Read More
Veterinarians are typically very competent at their chosen aspect of practice for several reasons. First, veterinarians in general are passionate about their work - it is a vocation, not just a job. Second, veterinarians are highly trained individuals who go through at least seven years of training before starting to work. They also continuously retrain and upgrade their skills through continuing education classes, which are mandated to renew their license to practice. Third, veterinarians tend… Read More
Yes, although part-time veterinarians are a small minority of all veterinarians.
Yes, there are veterinarians and veterinary technicians that work at zoos. It is very hard to find a job as one, however.
no they can not b/c they are not old enough and they could mess things up and everything could go wrong
Yes, veterinarians can advertise their services.
Veterinarians are like doctors to animals.
This has shifted within the last decade, but there are now more practicing female veterinarians than there are practicing male veterinarians. Within the next 10-15 years, there will be more female veterinarians total than there are male veterinarians total.
There is a huge range of salaries and wages across Europe; there isn't a good answer to this question.
In the United States, yes, there are many more small animal veterinarians than large animal veterinarians. However, this proportion changes depending upon the geographic region you are talking about, and in many developing countries there are many more large animal veterinarians than small animal veterinarians.
veterinarians need a licence to practice
There are veterinarians in every country in the world.
Currently, veterinarians are projected to be in moderate demand over the next few decades. However, small animal veterinarians may be in low demand, while large animal/farm veterinarians are likely to be in high demand. In addition, non-practice veterinarians (federal, public health, regulatory veterinarians) are also likely to be in very high demand.
There are many skills that veterinarians need, ranging from technical skills such as good manual dexterity and palpation technique to communication skills such as active listening and using appropriate vocabulary for the audience. Veterinarians also need good emotional intelligence and self-management skills, business and financial skills and leadership skills.
Yes, in blunt terms. Most veterinarians refer to this as euthanasia, however - they are putting the animal to death for humane reasons and providing a good death (quick, painless) rather than allowing them to die a bad death (prolonged, painful).
No, actually most veterinarians work for other veterinarians in multi-doctor practices. Other veterinarians work at a clinic that is owned by a veterinary corporation (Banfield, NVA come to mind). Many veterinarians work their whole careers for other veterinarians because they don't want the headaches and hassles of running a business as well as being a full-time veterinarian.
There are at least 8,000 veterinarians in Australia as of 2011.
It really depend upon the individual veterinarian's personal preferences, the practice and the career of the veterinarian. In general, most veterinarians find a pretty good work-life balance that satisfies them both professionally and personally. However, depending upon the practice, some veterinarians can find themselves working longer hours than desired and missing out on family life.
Most canine vaccinations are subcutaneous, meaning they should be injected below the skin. Veterinarians tend to use the excess skin over the shoulders as a good place to inject veterinarians - it is easy to access and has a lot of room for vaccines to go.
As a profession, yes veterinarians will care for some wild animals. However, most individual veterinarians do not handle wild animals - this is reserved for veterinarians who are trained and specifically licensed to work with wild animals.
In the United States, private practitioner veterinarians generally do not receive a pension. Federal veterinarians do, however, as part of the retirement benefits from the federal government.
Both - some veterinarians work in a clinic (inside) while other veterinarians have an ambulatory clinic and work on the farm (outside).
Recent studies show that there are about 72,720 veterinarians in America.
It is recommended that veterinarians get pre-exposure rabies vaccinations.
Federation of Veterinarians of Europe was created in 1975.
Veterinarians deal with everything from maintaining the health of a diabetic dog to stitching up a horse after it runs through barb wire, human resources (staffing, benefits, pay, scheduling, etc.), communications with clients, maintaining inventory and supplies, maintaining appropriate licensure and a host of other things.
Yes, most veterinarians voluntarily choose to specialize in a few species or a particular specialty such as surgery or oncology. For instance, an equine veterinarian has focused on the medical needs of horses, although in vet school he/she would have also learned how to treat dogs, cats, cows and sheep.
Over 38,600 in the USA. That gives you a pretty good idea of how many horses are living in America.
One might be the super duper veterinarians who saved the life of 100 dogs.
As of 2010, there are upwards of 120,000 licensed veterinarians in the United States alone. In the world, I would imagine at least 1,000,000 practicing veterinarians.