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What are the common myths about Veterinarian and their work?

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Preeti Taneja
Preeti Taneja
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A veterinarian is a person who not only treats animals but also helps animals to remain in good health.Veterinarianprofession is suitable for those who love animals, have aptitude and interest inbiologicalsciences, possess the ability to instill confidence in animals, have great physical stamina, excellent power of observation, self reliance and ability for team work.
Veterinary doctors in urban areas can set up private practice to deal mainly with small or domestic animals.
Veterinary doctors are required for extension programmes i.e they educate and encourage livestock farmers to build up the quality of their animal stock. They also advice on animal farm management and animal health problems.
Veterinary surgeons attached to veterinary hospitals in cities may also find themselves handling mainly domestic pets
. But the government postings could be in rural areas where responsibilities extend to cattle, sheep, goats, horses, poultry etc.
Vets play an important role in captive breeding of wild animals, particularly those feared to be getting extinct.
The veterinarian doctors employed by the dairy sector work at ensuring increasing yields in milk production and also the health and breeding of dairy cattle.
Veterinarians are employed in the pharmaceutical companies where they handle the production of vaccines, or the development of animal feeds and fertilizers.

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