• Volunteer at any place that cares for pets to see what it's really like and if you're going to like it before you invest in formal education. You will also be networking for possible paying jobs during and after your education. Make good grades in school so you can get into college and keep good attendance.
  • go to college and major in it
  • To be a vet, first you will have to join the armed forces
    • Black Mystique
      Very funny. She's asking about being a veterinarian, not a veteran from the military.
    • Linda Joy
      Being a veteran, that's the first thing I thought, too!
  • I think you have to join the Service first.πŸ˜πŸ˜‹πŸ˜ŒπŸ˜πŸ˜–
  • get a high average inHS
  • get good school grades and ya will need a UNI degree
  • You would need to go to a veterinary college.
  • Right now, aside from volunteering to work with animals, you should concentrate on math and science classes and earning top grades in them. (You need to do well in all your classes, but especially math and science.) If you are in the United States, you will need to take all of the pre-vet classes in college (see below). In your senior year, you will take the admissions test and apply to vet schools at universities. There aren't as many as there are medical schools, so admissions are very competitive. I earned my PhD at the University of Pennsylvania, which has one of the top vet schools in the country. It's especially good on horse care and treatment. Good luck!
    • Linda Joy
      Good answer!
  • You will need very high grades to get into vet school.
  • You would have to be good with animals and be an animal lover. You would need to gain experience taking care of animals and study them. You will need to be able to perform operations on wounded animals which requires steady hands and attention to detail. Don’t forget to study in college for it and get a major.

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