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What should I expect going into veterinary medicine?

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Adrianna’s Answer

Veterinary medicine is a challenging and rewarding career that involves diagnosing and treating animals of all sizes. You can expect to spend many years in school, learning about animal anatomy, physiology, and diseases. As a veterinarian, you will work with a variety of animals in a variety of settings, from small pets like dogs and cats to large farm animals. You will also need to have strong communication skills, as you will be working with both animal owners and other veterinary professionals. Overall, if you are passionate about animals and science, veterinary medicine can be a fulfilling career choice.
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Keyana’s Answer

Hello there! Going into veterinary medicine, you can expect:

1. Lots of continuing education. This will help you keep up with evolving medicine
2. There will be times where you can not help every animal. This can be a challenge but remember that you are making a difference by being in the field.
3. Burnout. Burnout is something that majority of veterinary professionals run into. When coming into the field figure out what your are most passionate about and set boundaries for a good work life balance
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