Working on a Cattle Ranch

Jul 3, 2017 11:07AM

“Since I could talk I’ve wanted to be a veterinarian. I have done many things to gain experience in the animal health field. … I live on a working cattle ranch. We have just about every farm animal you can imagine: cattle, goats, horses, sheep, mini-pigs, llamas, alpacas, dogs, cats and numerous types of fowl. … I have helped animals by treating them under many different circumstances. For instance, I have treated internal and external parasites. Also, pneumonia for goats and cows and other diseases and health problems. I have assisted in births of all of the animals on our ranch. I also strive to study many animal science books and research sites. Lastly, in learning about being a veterinarian, I have job shadowed at an animal health clinic with a vet technician and veterinarian. … I want to be a veterinarian because I love to work with people and animals, have a lot of animal experience, and studied science of animals…”

This is an excerpt from story and photograph that were submitted by Zoe from Oregon as part of her entry to the 2017 Become a Veterinarian Camp Contest. We were amazed at the passion our entrants had towards animals and all that they were doing to explore their dream of becoming a veterinarian. We wanted to share these powerful stories with everyone.

We hope that this story and all of the stories posted here in the Community section of Vet Set Go help to motivate everyone to continue to explore their dreams. You will become a veterinarian if you just get out there.

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Dr. Chris

Dr. Chris Carpenter
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