I’m 14 years old and I’ve always wanted to become a vet. But I’ve never been interested in science and actually dislike it. I know that science is an important part of being a vet. Should I still try to be a vet or should I look at other paths?
If you want to work with animals you could be a zookeeper the animals will learn to trust you more than they would trust a vet. Or a ranger you wouldn't have physical contact with the animals put you would be protecting wildlife and you would only need a bit of training
I think you should become a zoo vet to
Well, it depends on your interests.
I have chosen my career path in Veterinary Medicine because I have an interest in the medical field and I love animals.
If you, for example, like instructing and teaching, and you also like animals, you could be a pet trainer for TV shows/movies, animal shows at zoos, or just basic obedience and tricks.
In conclusion, if you wanna be a vet (which has the animal component you would like) but don't like science, find another job that still has the animal component you're looking for but with a corresponding component you enjoy, like how I said in the example: Instruction.
Hope you see this and that this helps.
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