Considering a career as a Veterinary Technician?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of veterinary technologists and technicians is expected to grow 36 percent from 2008 to 2018. Click here to learn more.

Becoming a Horse Breeder

Horse Breeders are involved in breeding, raising and selling of varieties of horses for different purposes such as racing, joy riding, entertainment or transportation. They use scientific knowledge and experience to eliminate unwanted traits while retaining desirable characteristics in offspring. Their key responsibilities include facilitating stallions and mares for mating, collecting various semen, performing artificial […]

Becoming a Pet Insurance Sales Agent

Pet Insurance sales Agents are dedicated to sell various insurance policies to pet owners for a variety of pet species. They ensure to combat the costs related to veterinary tests and treatments of pet animals. They stay updated on the terms and conditions of various policies, including the process for pet owners to submit claims. […]

Becoming an Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarians provide primary case management or supervision of critically ill or acutely injured patients such as animals hit by vehicle, suffering from burns, bite wounds, poaching etc. They conduct diagnostic and treatment plans and provide a complete estimate for emergency stabilization.  They frequently find patients suffering from trauma, blood clotting disorders, […]

Becoming a Poultry Scientist

Poultry Scientists primarily conduct research on various birds such as chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys for the purpose of poultry breeding, food producing, medicine, and other human use. They explore birds’ genetics, nutrition, reproduction, diseases, growth, and development. They work to develop efficient ways to produce and process poultry as well as effects of environmental […]

Becoming a Wildlife Forensic Scientist

Wildlife Forensic Scientists primarily conduct laboratory analysis of collected samples in order to investigate various wildlife crimes including animal cruelty, poaching, wildlife trade, hunting activities, oil spills, illegal trade of animals’ body parts such as skins, bones or meat, so on and so forth. They identify the species to which an animal, part, or product […]

Becoming an Animal Lawyer

Animal Lawyers advise and represent individuals, or other agencies on legal issues in connection with the protection, conservation and overall welfare of the animals. Their areas of specialization within the law include tort such as veterinary negligence claims; crime such as animal cruelty, tainted food products etc; and public law such as judicial review challenges […]

Becoming an Animal care Manager

Animal Care Managers are responsible for caring the animals, overseeing facilities and supervising the animal care workers in an array of settings, such as farms, zoos, kennels, pet stores, animal shelters and other facilities. They ensure the routine work including feeding, bathing, cleaning, exercising and other tasks necessary for the welfare of animals. In addition, […]

Becoming a Veterinary Pathologist

Veterinary Pathologists are doctors of veterinary medicine who specialize in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases in varieties of animals such as pets, livestock, wild animals, captive zoo animals etc. based on the laboratory analysis of body tissues and fluids. Their key responsibilities include examining animal tissues and fluids, performing biopsies or necropsies, identifying […]

Becoming an Equine Dental Technician

Equine Dental Technicians are veterinary professionals who provide dental care of equine animals, particularly horses. They primarily assist the Equine Dentist during the study, diagnosis, and treatment of various oral diseases, or dental disorders of horses. They also identify emerging dental problems and take measures to prevent these issues from developing further. Their key responsibility […]

Becoming a Pet Adoption Counselor

Pet Adoption Counselors provide assistance to potential adopters for finding appropriate shelter pets such as dogs, cats and other animals. They ensure quality customer service to patrons who visit or call the shelter. Their responsibilities include evaluating potential adopters, managing the adoption process, sharing information about animal behavior, monitoring the animals in day-to-day basis, resolving […]