- Heather HLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
Recognized veterinary specialty organizations
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Beef Cattle Practice
Canine & Feline Practice
Food Animal Practice
Lab Animal Medicine
Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Swine Health Management
Protecting the Health of Animals and Society
Employment opportunities for veterinarians include such diverse areas as clinical practice, teaching and research, regulatory medicine, public health, and military service.
Other Professional Activities
Veterinarians are also employed in animal welfare, zoologic medicine, aquatic animal medicine, aerospace medicine (shuttle astronauts), animal shelter medicine, sports medicine, animalassisted activity and therapy programs, and wildlife medicine.
There are veterinarians involved in local, state and federal governments, working with legislators to shape laws that protect the health, welfare and well-being of animals and people.
- 4 years ago
All equine vets would desire to have the skill to geld a horse and stitch one up in an emergency or perhaps do a tracheotomy . yet surgeries for colic, arthroscopic surgical treatment on joints or putting screws in broken legs, or throat surgeries for example all require some variety of medical institution placing with a real surgical and restoration room and an entire team to help. not each and every vet does this sort of artwork. i know vets that are surgeons that do some of those surgeries plus favourite vet artwork. i'm constructive depending on area some vets may well be required to accomplish extra advantageous than initiatives in a close by the place there is not any medical institution close by yet any of those surgeries indexed above that have been carried out outdoors of the sterile placing of an working room does not bode nicely for the affected person because of the fact the probabilities of an infection would be huge. so as a vet your in all probability not likely to have the skill to dodge blood yet won't neccessarily would desire to accomplish substantial surgical treatment.
- 10 years ago
You can specialise in many many different things, I won't even get into that.
With just an ordinary vet degree you can be a small animal (dog+cat), horse, pig, poultry and farm (cattle, goat sheep) vet. You can also be a researcher or work as a private vet or as a state vet (for the government).