With the evolution of the vast pet industry, comes the need for more students trained in Animal Science. There are not just opportunities to become a full Veterinarian. A “Pre-vet” and Animal Science major can become a Veterinary Technician, work for a pet product manufacturer, teach, work at a zoo, and many other things. Like many other medical fields, pre-vet students should look for schools that specialize in, and have highly visible “Pre-Veterinary” programs.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|Animal Network||Publisher of more than 50 animal magazines.||Visit|
|Bird Times||Covers all types of companion birds: parrots, canaries and finches, budgerigars, cockatiels, pigeons and doves.||Visit|
|Animal Fair||Lifestyle magazine for the animal lover. Includes special features on celebrities and their pets, along with information on animal health, nutrition, grooming, and training.||Visit|
|Healthy Pet Journal||Provides articles, information, and links about natural, holistic health care for dogs and cats.||Visit|
|Animal Wellness Magazine||Provides information on how to improve the quality of life of your animal companions as well as animals in the wild. Features articles on natural healing and nutrition, advice from animal experts, guidance on coping with pet loss, and more.||Visit|
|Veterinary Practice News, a broad-spectrum trade news publication geared toward practicing veterinarians in the United States, covers the news, developments and trends affecting companion animal, exotic, equine and livestock veterinary practices. Topic areas include medical, business and industry, practice management and demographics||Visit|
|Veterinary Medicine delivers peer-reviewed, clinical solutions to the problems companion-animal practitioners face every day. Its esteemed authors and unparalleled editorial standards ensure thorough, accurate, relevant information vets trust.||Visit|
|Veterinary Economics is an international business and management magazine serving more than 50,000 veterinarians in the United States and Canada. Our mission is to give veterinarians the business tools, ideas, insights, and inspiration they need to build successful practices in an increasingly competitive marketplace||Visit|
|Reptiles||Magazine devoted to the successful care and keeping of reptiles and amphibians. Each month, herpetological experts provide readers with the latest information about species, breeding, health, diet and conservation||Visit|