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Clinical Veterinarian

Being a clinical veterinarian requires a lot of schooling but comes with many rewards, especially if you want to work with 'exotic' pets.  If you love working with lizards, small mammals, birds and other small pets and have a desire to help them through quality preventative care, surgery and medical treatment then a career as an exotic veterinarian may be worth pursuing.  While many vets choose to work only with domestic cats and dogs, an exotic vet will work with a plethora of small animals from gerbils and snakes to rats and guinea pigs.  You almost never know what will come through the door!  Through thorough research, speaking with a veterinarian and possibly shadowing an exotic vet it will be easy to learn more about this career choice.

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