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how to become a vetenary doctor

i am studying 10 th std. i love pets. but i have no money. my goal is become a doctor but i havn't prepare.

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Susan’s Answer

I highly recommend getting a part-time job with a veterinary clinic or rescue facility. You will be able to interact and handle animals and see the veterinarians as well as other helpers (including veterinary technicians and office personnel) in action. As you progress in your job, you will be given more and more responsibilities according to your skills. This will help you decide what type of work with animals you would enjoy most.
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Kristin’s Answer

Becoming a Veterinary DVM . This can start with simple things volunteering at a shelter , dog training facility, a dog groomer . Getting a internship is a great start! Research each country and the requirements for the college degree in science first . Starting shadowing at a local animal hospital or zoo is a great way to see what really drives the passion to make this your career path .
We need more animal partitioners at every level !
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Kristin
Veterinary Technician and Dog Behavioral Trainer.
Thank you comment icon It says Vegetarian… Kristin Dunnemann
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Shannon’s Answer

these are all great answers. surely there are some things that are different in India than here in the USA, where the answers came from. i suggest that you ask about this when you talk to local vets & other people who work with animals.
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Carleen’s Answer

It is never too late to start preparing for your career but, it requires that you put in the work to achieve your goal of becoming a Vegetarian. The cost of school can prove to be very overwhelming, the following is a list of opportunities that may be beneficial in offsetting the out of pocket cost to pay for college:
1. Fill out the FAFSA. ...
2. Search for scholarships. ...
3. Choose an affordable school. ...
4. Use grants if you qualify. ...
5. Get a work-study job. ...
6. Tap your savings. ...
7. Take out federal loans if you have to. ...
8. Borrow private loans as a last resort.

The steps to prepare you for becoming a Veterinarian as outlined by “Learn how to become” (https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/veterinarian/)
1. Earn a bachelor’s degree in a biological science to prepare for entering veterinary school.
Take courses in animal behavior (if available), general biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Then take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) to qualify for entering a veterinary school. While in school, volunteer or intern at vet clinics or animal care facilities to gain experience working with animals.
2. Complete a four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program in one of more than 30 accredited schools in the country. Doctorate curriculum should include animal anatomy, biology, chemistry, physiology, nutrition, virology, and zoology. Pursue independent research in the field. Undertake hands-on supervised clinical practice (practicums) in your final year. Potential sites include animal farms, veterinary clinics, hospitals, and zoos.
3. Take and pass the seven-hour licensing examination offered by the state in which you plan to practice. A common exam is prepared by the National Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
4. Start practicing, and pursue training and certification. You may choose to select one or more of 40 veterinary specialties, including anesthesia, behavior, dentistry, emergency and critical care, internal medicine, laboratory animal medicine, nutrition, oncology, radiology, and surgery.
Be well and I wish you a successful future.
Thank you comment icon Thank you for the advice! Anita
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