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Veterinary Career

What you gonna be when you graduate? According to the American Medical Veterinary Association, 77 percent of veterinarians who work in private medical practices treat pets. These practitioners usually care for dogs and cats but also treat birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, and other animals that can be kept as pets. About 16 percent of veterinarians work in private mixed and food animal practices, where they see pigs, goats, cattle, sheep, and some wild animals in addition to farm animals. A small proportion of private-practice veterinarians, about 6 percent, work exclusively with horses.
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Subject: Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies (Other) - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Friday, 6 August 2010, 05:17 AM
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Average of ratings: 7.5 (2)

IVSA UK - International Veterinary Students' Association Collaborative Space

The I.V.S.A. exists to benefit the animals and people of the world by harnessing the potential and dedication of veterinary students to promote the international application of veterinary skills, education and knowledge. The Association has members all over the world and is constantly seeking to establish links with non-member countries, to encourage the exchange of ideas and values. The I.V.S.A. is a non-political organisation, and its official language is English.
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Subject: Cell Biology - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Friday, 6 August 2010, 04:59 AM
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Average of ratings: 7.5 (2)

International Veterinary Students' Association Collaborative Space

The I.V.S.A. exists to benefit the animals and people of the world by harnessing the potential and dedication of veterinary students to promote the international application of veterinary skills, education and knowledge. The Association has members all over the world and is constantly seeking to establish links with non-member countries, to encourage the exchange of ideas and values. The I.V.S.A. is a non-political organisation, and its official language is English.
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Subject: Cell Biology - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Friday, 6 August 2010, 04:51 AM
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Average of ratings: 7.5 (2)

Dog Obedience Trainer

Dog Obedience Trainer
Creator: Para-vet Career School - Publisher: Admin UserSend message to Dog Obedience Trainer's publisher
Subject: Animal Welfare - Audience: Students - Educational level: Other
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 11:24 PM
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Average of ratings: 9 (1)

Antimicrobials

Antimicrobials
Creator: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary MedicineSend message to Antimicrobials's publisher
Subject: Antimicrobial therapy - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 11:11 PM
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Average of ratings: 9.5 (2)

Anaesthesia & Analgesia

Anaesthesia & Analgesia
Creator: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary MedicineSend message to Anaesthesia & Analgesia's publisher
Subject: Anesthesiology - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 11:08 PM
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Average of ratings: 8.5 (2)

Veterinary Pathology

Veterinary Pathology
Creator: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary MedicineSend message to Veterinary Pathology's publisher
Subject: Function and Dysfunction - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 11:01 PM
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Average of ratings: 9.5 (2)

Veterinary Parasitology

Veterinary Parasitology online course materials
Creator: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary MedicineSend message to Veterinary Parasitology's publisher
Subject: Parasitology - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 10:57 PM
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Veterinary Microbiology

Veterinary Microbiology online course materials
Creator: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary MedicineSend message to Veterinary Microbiology's publisher
Subject: Bacteriology - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 10:54 PM
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Companion Animal Science

Topics covered are: General Information, News and Announcements, Course Information and timetables, Alimentary, Anaesthesia, Clinical Skills Practicals, Communication Skills, Dentistry, Emergency Medicine, Principles of Surgery and Diagnostic Imaging, CLIVE Physics of Diagnostic Imaging, Reproduction and Neonatal,Urogenital and Orthopaedics
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Subject: Internal medicine - Audience: Students - Educational level: Veterinary students
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Saturday, 24 July 2010, 10:50 PM
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