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Education To Become A Zoo Veterinarian

Education To Become A Zoo Veterinarian. Veterinarians who are interested in working in a zoo are required to complete a four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at an accredited veterinary college which typically follows the completion of a Bachelors Degree. The purpose of a residency is to provide more concise training and improve clinical and research skills.

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Jimmy Johnson DVM 12 grew up at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Future zoo veterinarians need a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVM. After this future ZOO veterinarians will need a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree DVM or VDM from an accredited veterinary school.

This means completing an undergraduate degree in veterinary science and medicine and registering with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons RCVS.

The purpose of a residency is to provide more concise training and improve clinical and research skills. Aspirants who want to become a Zoo veterinarian need to have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVM. Veterinarians who are interested in working in a zoo are required to complete a four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at an accredited veterinary college which typically follows the completion of a Bachelors Degree. Future zoo veterinarians need a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVM.