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What should i study in high school or college if you want to become an vet?

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2009-12-31 03:19:28
medical stuff, ya know....the suff you would study to be a docter.You would study for medical school, for 3 to 4 years into becoming a vet it also depends but part your taking to become a vet. example: your studying to become a vet sergun that will take 4 years if you are wanting to become a rescuer take will take 2 to 3 years . good luck to you vets. I recomend these colleges to study at, standford must have a 4.0, at least a university. berkely is an excellent college
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