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 would recommend getting the best grades you can...
I heard that you need to have five highers(a-levels) to become a vet. You need biology and chemistry the most.
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.
An equine vet.