As a kid, I loved to draw but most of my pictures were animals like horses and dogs instead of flowers. I loved to play with our puppy and bigger dogs. I loved animals. I still do. I learned a lot about animals and what i want to do with my life is help them, medically or behaviorally.
Ever since I was in middle and high school I have always had in mind that I would study to become a Veterinarian; helping and healing dogs and cats. However that was a past dream of mine; I changed that dream to become a Zoologist. I want to become a Zoologist because I enjoy learning about wild life animals; finding them more interesting compared to the original pets at home. The thing I love the most about these two careers is that they both help animals, domestic and undomesticated. To become a Zoologist I need to fully understand what Zoology is, how I would get my career started also making sure there will be no bumps on the road, and finally being successful.
They do everything except surgeries, prescribe drugs and make official diagnoses. A veterinary technologist says “I always thought I wanted to go all the way and earn a DVM, but now I’m not sure. I love this career just as it is, and I need the break from school!” A veterinary assistant usually just takes orders from everyone else. They do the little things like hold the animals still while getting a shot, and giving an extra set of hands to the vets and vet techs. (Career in Veterinary Medicine.)
I was told that a lot of kids have the same idea going into vet school, and that it is not easy. But no matter what, I plan to open up my own exotic animal hospital and with this I hope to better the lives of animals. I hope to travel the nation and provide cheap, or hopefully free, spays and neuters to animals in shelters or to owners in need. I believe that it is necessary to prevent unwarranted and excessive births of animals who will not be placed in a good
This is why I chose being a vet as my future career. Also veterinarians work to improve the health of household pets, as well as animals in laboratories, on farms and in zoos. They're skilled at treating and diagnosing dysfunctions and diseases in such animals, which may include using preventative measures, surgery and sophisticated technology. They also spend a great deal of their time interacting with the animals, and pet owners, offering advice on feeding, grooming and breeding. Also because there’s a lot of history behind this career and history is and always will be my favorite subject.
One of the main reasons I want to be a vet tech is to care for animals which are sick or in need. There are tremendous pros and cons to working in a shelter. In the following paragraphs, I will evaluate whether a shelter career is right for me based on the following criteria: the changing atmosphere, educational opportunities and my compassion toward animals. It is important for me to have a job that is varied. My volunteer role involves helping with surgery, giving animals their medicine and processing incoming animals.
The work environment in this... ... middle of paper ... ... right. This job has about 74,600 jobs in the USA ("Occupational outlook handbook "). I like large animals best so I would like to work with a large animal vet because I don't want to work in an office. I would also love to move away down south because I hate the cold winters here and I would like work in warm weather all the time. I want to become a vet tech because I love animals, I own many and would like to own more in the future and being a vet tech would help me out because I could help dingoes what is wrong with them, and because I love just being around any animals.
Seeing the way the animals had been maltreated touched my heart so muc... ... middle of paper ... ...ecided I wanted to start up my own private clinic. I don’t want to work for someone else for the rest of my life, I want people to work for me. I have plenty of research left to do, but I have my starting point. Some people really like to take life day by day, but I prefer to map it out. Knowing what I want to do ahead of time allows me to create back-up plans if needed.
My career choice is a veterinarian. I love animals, I like helping animals. Whenever and animal is hurt I feel like I have to help it. I cannot stand to see an animal in pain. When I help an animal it makes me feel good about myself.
I cannot wait to work alongside a veterinarian and fellow technicians or assistants. I believe that the way I feel about an animal’s welfare will make me an appropriate asset to any veterinary care team. I understand that animals have all the feelings and the emotions humans have. I wish to make a difference in an animal and he or she’s caregivers’ life. I know that as a veterinary technician it will not be easy and the recovery of an animal will not always unfortunately be successful.