Equine Market
Equine Vets provide vaccinations, treat injuries, diagnose and treat diseases and perform surgery on horses. Veterinarians for horses typically visit the animals at farms and ranches rather than having them brought into their offices. They frequently have had experience working with horses for most of their lives. Horse veterinarians are often consulted by horse owners on topics such as diet, stabling, improving performance and breeding. Becoming a horse veterinarian first requires a bachelor's degree with coursework in chemistry, physics, biology, biochemistry, zoology, calculus and statistics. Students then take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), the Veterinary College Admission Test (VCAT) or Medical College Medicine Admission Test (MCAT) and submit their scores to compete for spots in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine programs. These graduate programs typically take four years to complete, after which horse veterinarians complete board-certification exams to earn licenses, frequently followed by one-year internships.
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