"A vet that works with animals on a Farm like "Horses."
Description of an Equine Veterinarian.
Someone in this career would go and help animals that would be on a farm. These people will mostly work with Horses. Equine veterinarians often are active travelers. Rather than requiring horse owners to bring their horses to a practice setting for treatment, equine veterinarians typically travel to farms and stables to treat horses where they live. Equine veterinarians' vehicles often are packed with equipment and medicine, amounting to an office on wheels, according to the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Equine veterinarians often have work weeks that exceed 40 hours and include emergency care, such as managing a birth, that can occur at all hours of the day.
This Vet is checking the horses heart rate. Horses have check ups when they need it. But, other times their owners will know what to do.
In this picture the vet is checking the horses legs. This horse is more than likely a jumper. These horses get their legs checked by Vets or just their owners before they go to competition.
This Veterinarian is checking this horses teeth. He is doing this to make sure that his teeth are strong and healthy.