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Why did you become a veterinarian?

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Dayo’s Answer

It was actually a change of course, wanted to study human medicine but had to change my course because cut off for medicine was higher than veterinary medicine.
All I wanted is to become a Doctor and I am happy I made that choice of changing to veterinary medicine
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Elizabeth F’s Answer

I initially decided at age 4 that I wanted to be a horse doctor. To be completely honest, I don’t remember what made me decide that (I don’t remember much about being 4). It probably came from watching our veterinarian help a horse at our barn. Through the years, that initial resolve developed into wanting to be able to provide health and comfort for these magnificent animals. I wanted to be involved in improving the healthcare in equine sport/athletic endeavors as well as family companions

I worked in a small animal hospital as well while preparing for veterinary school, and began to realize that veterinarians don’t only help their animal patients, but also help the families that love them.

I don’t know if that helps you much - it’s hard to find words for something that I felt so long ago.

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