Madelynn Bartlett The Craziest
Sometimes you just have to let go
"Why should all of these things be considered when deciding clusters based on a career?"
"Where Am I Going"
My Career As A Vetenarian
Quick Facts: Veterinarians
Number of Jobs, 201478,300
Job Outlook, 2014-249% (Faster than average)
Employment Change, 2014-246,900
Something ineresting about my career
When an animal is sick, vets examine it to find out why. They look for clues in the way an animal looks, acts, and smells. For example, if a dog is walking in a strange way, that might be because it hurt its leg. Vets need to look carefully because animals can't say what is wrong.
Vets also give blood tests, x-rays, and other tests, looking for clues about an animal's illnesses. Then, vets decide what kind of medicine the animal needs.
Vets prevent problems by giving vaccinations and check-ups and fixing teeth. They also teach owners how to feed and train their animals.
Vets use special tools to perform surgeries. They fix broken bones, take out tumors, replace knees and hips, and more. Vets also treat and cover wounds. They need to be ready to see blood, organs, and bones.
"How Do I Get There"
Which collage whould i prefer
77843, Administration Building, 400 Bizzell St, College Station, TX 77840
Need-based scholarship open to Vet and Animal Science and Forestry Majors.
One or more annual awards shall be presented annually to a third or fourth year student(s) in the professional curriculum of the College of Veterinary Medicine who has exhibited proficiency, ...