Veterinariansprevent and treat illnesses and injuries in animals. They might specialize in a type of veterinary medicine, such as surgery, and/or a group of animals, such as horses, dogs, or wildlife. Duties include diagnosing patients, prescribing medications, performing surgery, giving vaccinations, and providing health care recommendations to pet owners. Veterinarians may also conduct research in areas such as biomedical sciences. They often work very long hours, and many make themselves available for emergency situations.

Job Prospect


Work Environment

They work in a Veterinary Clinic, where they receive and treat Animals. Sometimes they may go out to visit their Patients i.e. the Animals in their place of residence in order to do follow-up treatment or administer medication to them

General and Personal Skills Required

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Cost of Training

Recommended Level of Education


Professional Skills / Tools Required

Associated Disciplines

Veterinary Medicine