AnImal Health and Wellbeing


Animal Nutritionist

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Veterinarians are responsible for the prevention and treatment of illness, and for any other medical and surgical treatment of animals; from wildlife in captivity to injured animals in the wild; through to pets, working animals and farm animals.   Opportunities exist in practices that specialise in small animals, food producing animals, equine work or in mixed practices dealing with both small and large animals. Many veterinary surgeons working in practice choose to further their knowledge by studying for additional qualifications. How to become a veterinarian There is high level of competition and relatively few places in veterinary degrees, but having some prior experience or studies can be a big advantage.   Many people start by studying a shorter more

Animal Transport or Ambulance Officer

Animals do need to be moves from time to more

Working With Animals

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Veterinary Nurse or Technician

A veterinary nurse or technician works as a member of the veterinary team, providing expert nursing care for sick animals. They also play a significant role in educating owners on maintaining the health of their pets. They carry out technical work and are skilled in undertaking a range of diagnostic tests, medical treatments and minor surgical procedures, under veterinary direction.  Opportunities Every veterinary practice employs nurses or technicians so there are a wide range of job opportunities How to become a veterinary nurse or technician There are different pathways to becoming a veterinary nurse or technician, and what is required formally may vary from place to place around the more