If you are in your undergraduate studies, you can take any subject/major as long as you fulfill the prerequisite courses asked for by the vet school you wish to attend. Check with each individual institution for more details. Strong emphasis of science courses such as Biology will be helpful. Anatomy courses (even if they are human) would be helpful to take and animal nutrition courses may be helpful as well.
the classes you need to become an equine vet are chemistry and biology, maths or physics and English
I heard that you need to have five highers(a-levels) to become a vet. You need biology and chemistry the most.
I would recommend getting the best grades you can...
You must attend at least 8 years of schooling to become a vet. You can specialize in horses by becoming an Equine Vet. As an Equine Vet you will take care of pretty much any and all Equine ailments. You're a vet, you would do the same things for a horse that your doctor does for you.
a equine vet is a vet that only deals with sick or injured horses and they travel from farm to ranch!!
Science. Such as Biology, chemistry and physics. And equine studies if it's available. Also, Anatomy, zoogogy (if avaliable) and anything else animal related. Some people go into college wanting to be an equine vet but come out a regular vet in general, so its always good to keep all your options open.
In the United States, you will need to complete at least three years of undergraduate college and four years of vet school.
well u gots to be nice to animals and stuff.
The working conditions of an equine vet can be very unpredictable. These conditions can be dirty or dangerous for example.
It takes at least 7 years to become a veterinarian - at least three years of undergraduate (most successful vet school applicants have completed four or more years) then four years of vet school. Some equine vets will specialize or receive additional training specific to horses. An equine internship is one extra year, an equine residency is 3 years, a PhD related to equine medicine can take up to 7 years to complete.
In undergraduate college, you should focus on taking science and math classes, as well as a broad selection of gen-ed classes. This will help you get into vet school - in the United States of America, having a strong science background in undergraduate is a prerequisite of applying for vet school. In vet school, you can and should take as many equine-focused electives as you can, or you can sign up for the equine track (in the vet schools that track).
In the US, it takes a minimum of seven years of school after high school - three years to complete the undergraduate pre-requisite courses and another four years to complete vet school. However, most vet school applicants complete four years of undergraduate and have a Bachelor's degree. Also, if you want to specialize in equine medicine, you will have more job opportunities if you complete a one year equine medicine internship after vet school and possibly a three year equine medicine or equine surgery residency as well, plus taking the associated exam to be Board certified. In total, provided you are accepted on your first try for vet school (only approximately 33% of applicants are), it will take 7-12 years to become an equine vet.
A vet can technically treat any animal but they may choose to specialize in one species. An equine vet specializes in equines (horses, ponies and donkeys) but can treat other animals if they choose to. My equine vet has also treated our cows and goats mainly as a favor to me, and I know that he treats his own dogs unless they require specialist care
Any school of veterinary medicine will give you the basics towards becoming an equine veterinarian; if the school doesn't have a strong equine program there you can supplement your time in vet school with externships and experiences at other schools or at private equine facilities. Once you get out of vet school, the important thing is to work with a good established equine veterinarian to hone your technical skills.
You have to take a five year course to be a equine vet.
An equine vet.
an equestrian vet is known as an 'equine vet'. They study large animals, then specialize into horses.
An equine veterinarian.
This can vary from state to state but vet school is usually between 4 and 5 years and another 2 years to specialize in equine medicine. Its a long haul and expensive but once your done you get to work with animals.
Get good grades in science subjects, get lots of work experience, apply to a vet school
Call an Equine Vet/ Dentist for an emergency call and have them take care of it and tell you what has to happen.
By saying "you need to take your dog to a vet"
There are lots of equine jobs that most people dont mention such as: equine chiropractor, equine dentist, equine lawyers, farrier, riding instructor, horse trainer, groom, sales person in equine goods like horse boxes, equine massage kits etc, equine vet, equine vet nurse, livery stables ( business), yard manager, rda ( riding for the disabled) helper and teacher, apprentice jockey, jockey, equine phisiopherapist and probably more! :0