Veterinarians are required to earn a DVM, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, to practice in the U.S., but certifications are voluntary. Veterinarians choose to add certifications when specializing in certain fields, such as ... More »

Students wishing to obtain a doctor of veterinary medicine degree must complete a four-year undergraduate degree and a four-year doctoral degree. Many of the specializations within a doctor of veterinary medicine degree ... More »

Become a veterinarian by taking the right undergraduate classes, keeping up a good GPA, volunteering with a veterinarian and getting letters of recommendation from professors. Taking the GRE, applying to veterinary schoo... More »

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