How do you become a veterinarian? In a similar way to the Medicine degree, Veterinary Medicine involves a divide between pre-clinical and clinical years, and at the end of your degree you will graduate with a VetMB. During your pre-clinical years, you will focus on understanding the theoretical principles behind being a vet, covering the scientific basis of animal treatment through veterinary physiology and anatomy, the impact of drugs on different animals, and practical ideas behind how to handle animals in clinical environments.
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