She plans to go into Veterinary Technician so we both planned that I would open a Veterinary Hospital and she would be one of my head Vet Technicians. Then there is my mother, she is the one who has the backbone and the one who drives me to try my hardest and prioritize my life. She pushes me to save all my money in order to succeed for my career and try my hardest to not live in debt. Further influences that I have had throughout my life would be the recent job that I took at a Veterinary Hospital where I walk and clean up after the hospitalized pets and pets that are boarding. Besides doing the lower work I get to sit in on surgery and restrain pets during their vaccinations and nail trims.
My parents decided to take me on a surprise trip to the animal shelter to get a better look at the dogs that we wanted to adopt. As we entered the dog room, barks started to echo around us and excited dogs jumped up on their kennels to make sure we saw them. As we got to Mack’s cage, I think his puppy face must have melted my dad’s heart because he agreed to adopt him and take him home. Today, years later, I still believe adopting Mack was one of the best decisions I could have made. Through adopting Mack, I was inspired to volunteer at the animal shelter as soon as I was old enough.
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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.
There should also be more rules... ... middle of paper ... ...om her mother and transported to a pet store where she was locked in a cage until she was purchased by my friend Hailey. I want you to think about her excitement to have a home and Hailey’s excitement to have a new pet to love. Now I want you to think about Hailey receiving the devastating news that her puppy had to be euthanized and Daisy’s fear as she was taken from her owner’s hands and put to death. D. Call to Action: Challenge your audience to be a responsible pet consumer and not purchase dogs from pet stores or from the Internet. I encourage you to instead, adopt from their local animal shelter.
Most if not all training will be completed in veterinarian school and will allow the veterinarian to start working right away. “According to the 2006-07 edition of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook, in 2004 annual sala... ... middle of paper ... ...ool and dedication are necessary for succeeding in a career. Works Cited Greenland, Paul R., and Anna Marie L. “Veterinarian.” Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center.Facts On File, Inc. Web. 9.
By purchasing a pet from these places, you are fueling the pet mill industry, research laboratories and causing more animals to go through this everyday suffering. Shelters and rescue organizations are everywhere, and there are many animals that would love to be adopted and need your affection there. Think twice before buying your next puppy, you could save a life!
Since I was about 6 years old, I loved animals and I always wanted to take care of them. My parents said I have always wanted to become a vet. After awhile I decided that I didn't want to be a vet but a vet tech. I do not want to do the surgery on the animal and have to tell the family that the animal did not make it through. When I am older I want to become a vet tech because I love animals, I own many animals, and I would like to own more in the future, and I like spending time with all animals.
It's funny how I met her, my ferret. I was playing in the fields behind our family's farm when it just came out of the woods and sat next to me, my dad was freaking out because he thought it had rabies and telling me to get away from it. But, I snuck it inside with me and borrowed a cage from my friend Adaline because her family owned a pet store. My dad soon found out about my ferret but I convinced him to let me keep it. I named him Myril because at the time, Adaline wanted me to name her that.