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Types of Veterinarians

Avian Practice (Birds)
Avian Practice (Birds)

Avian veterinarians are small animal practitioners that specialize in the veterinary care of birds. Avian veterinarians are licensed animal health professionals who are qualified to diagnose and treat illnesses or injuries found in many species of birds.

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Beef Cattle Practice (Cattle Raised for Meat)
Beef Cattle Practice (Cattle Raised for Meat)

requirements for all classes of beef cattle in various production settings are described in the National Academy of Sciences NRC Nutrient Requirements of Beef Cattle. • Provide adequate feed. Avoid feed and water interruption longer than 24 hours. • Feedstuffs and feed ingredients should be of satisfactory quality to meet nutritional needs.

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Canine/Feline Practice (Dogs and Cats)
Canine/Feline Practice (Dogs and Cats)

VETERINARY PRACTICE GUIDELINES 2018 AAHA Diabetes Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats* Ellen Behrend, VMD, PhD, DACVIM, Amy Holford, VMD, DACVIMy, Patty Lathan, VMD, DACVIM, Renee Rucinsky, DVM, DABVPy, Rhonda Schulman, DVM, DACVIM ABSTRACT Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a common disease en countered in canine and feline medicine.

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Equine Practice (Horses)
Equine Practice (Horses)

Equine veterinarians in private practice may either work from their vehicle (making farm visits) or in an equine veterinary clinic. Many equine vets offer a combination of both clinic-based and mobile services.

Feline Practice(Cats)
Feline Practice(Cats)

The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (www.abvp.com) is a veterinary specialty board organization that credentials practicing veterinarians as specialists in 11 areas including Canine and Feline Practice, and Feline Practice.

Food Animal Practice (Cattle and Pigs)
Food Animal Practice (Cattle and Pigs)

To summarize, a livestock veterinarian makes a living by traveling to farms to look after the health of horses or food animals. In order to practice, they must complete a DVM degree, specialize in livestock, and pass the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam.

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