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Does anyone want to work with animals when theyre older?

I dont want to be a vet because I cant deal with blood and the bodys and surgery it all grosses me out. But id love to work with them learning more each day. I watch the show The most extreme and learn so much! I dont want to test or do experiments on them like scientists and It really bothers me that I have no idea what I should major in. Please help me If youre planning on working with animals like me!

Asked By: Be your soul. - 1/5/2008
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I have been raised around animals all my life and always thought of being a veterinarian, but I didn't want to go to school that long. So I majored in Animal and Vet. Sciences in agriculture and loved it! I worked at a kennel for many years working with boarding cats and dogs it was a great experience but not enough... More
Answered By: Jenea R - 1/5/2008
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i would love to work with animals i am going to be a vet you can just get a job at a shelter or something
Answered By: Sammy G - 1/5/2008
 
i love animals but i dont want ot be a vet i cant stand blood,surgery and the other stuff i freak out when i have ot do a blood test im afraid of that sh*t
Answered By: dAmIAnOO - 1/5/2008
 
i'm going to work with animals, I love them so much! I don't think I'm going to be a vet, something more along the lines of a parks and wildlife ranger or an animal keeper at a zoo or something like Fossil Rim in Glen Rose, TX, anyway so I'll be majoring in animal behavior and veterinary science (for emergency care... More
Answered By: iredell_dragons - 1/5/2008
 
i really really love animals i want to be a vet when im older or maybe not a vet, i just really really want to work with animals
Answered By: crystals lil sis - 1/5/2008
 
How about a vet assistant or a vetinary technician?
Answered By: Autumn A - 1/5/2008
 
I plan to start my own business, a boarding kennel. I'm going to technical college for it.
Answered By: Morgan H - 1/5/2008
 
maybe. being a rare animal breeder would be fun...
Answered By: Ellen D - 1/5/2008
 
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