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How do we know if the colleges have Pre-Veterinary classes?

I love animals, I've rescued some off of the streets and took care of them like they were my own until I found good homes for them. If they had wounds I made sure to clean the wound, keep them nice and clean. I also have different types of animals. I've had reptiles, fish, some mammals, etc. #animalhelper #animallife #pre-vet #agriculture #lesson-planning


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Hello Magdalena,

I’m so glad to hear about your love of animals! That’s awesome!

If you want to be a veterinarian, there is a lot of work ahead of you, but if you keep your goal in sight, and you learn to study well, you’ll make it no problem!

Most colleges do not have a pre-veterinary route, which is perfectly fine! You can be any major and get into vet school, as long as you cover all of the prerequisites for getting admission to the program. A lot of people choose pre-vet tracks or biology tracks because the classes are already built into the major. But! Feel free to explore different majors.

To become a vet, you will need a bachelor’s degree, (which typically takes 4 years) and then you will need to get your DVM (which also takes about 4 years). Many veterinarians also go through a residency, similar to doctors.

Visit this website for much more information:

https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/careers/veterinary-school-admission-101

Good luck with your college applications!


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