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Veterinarians are qualified animal doctors. They have the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnose, prevent and treat a variety of animal health conditions. Some veterinarians work in urban animal hospitals or private clinics where they generally treat common and unusual pets ranging from dogs and cats to hamsters, birds and more. Others may work on rural farms or ranches, where they usually treat livestock and farm animals ranging from horses and cattle to goats and pigs.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as a veterinarian must have a DVM or Doctorate of Veterinarian Medicine. A genuine passion for the welfare of animals is a must. This role requires a great dose of patience and fortitude in dealing with different types of animals.
Prospective employers will want to be absolutely sure that they are hiring the right veterinarian to care for their animal patients. In order to convince them that you are the best person for the job, you must provide answers that demonstrate your love for animals and your genuine interest in their health and welfare. Sometimes, rehearsing the answers can help you be more prepared and more confident at the interview. If you are looking for commonly asked questions, you will find them at Mock Questions.