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?
- Direct links to employers who use the major every day
- See if the ACTUAL professional nature of the major interests you – or not!
- Many of these types of companies offer internships in the major
|Aribex||The NOMAD handheld x-ray device provides high quality x-rays with faster results, easier-to-get dental angles, ideal for small animal limbs and extremities and more profit for the practice without facility remodeling.||Visit|
|Pet Plan||How Petplan can help improve your clinic's profitability…||Visit|
|MWI Veterinary Supply||As an ethical veterinary distributor, MWI sells only to licensed veterinarians.||Visit|
|At the Hudson Veterinary Hospital and Animal Care Center we strive to offer the best medical care for each patient and to provide personal attention to the concerns of each owner.||Visit|
|The nation's veterinary medical colleges serve as the gateway to the profession. A highly qualified applicant pool that reflects the diversity of the society we serve is essential to the future of veterinary medicine.||Visit|
|San Diego Zoo||One of the most respected zoo’s in the country…||Visit|
|Bayer Healthcare||There is no off-season for healthy dogs. Experience the difference with easy, year-round protection.||Visit|
|A world where the animals we share it with are treated with respect and caring and where habitat is preserved to insure the indefinite future survival of these wonderful gifts of nature.||Visit|
|World Wildlife Federation||One of the oldest and best know organizations fighting for animals.||Visit|
|The Performing Animal Welfare Society||Since 1984, The Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) has been at the forefront of efforts to rescue and provide appropriate, humane sanctuary for animals who have been the victims of the exotic and performing animal trades.||Visit|