Veterinary Medicine is concerned with the maintenance of health and the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury in animals. The majority of veterinarians focus on domesticated animals, and often the demand for veterinarians focusing on farm or wild animals is quite high. Regardless of specialization, those working in Veterinary Medicine are trained to understand the causes and treatment of a vast range of afflictions that could affect many diverse animals. In addition to veterinary physicians (also called veterinarians), there are many other positions within veterinary medicine, including nurses, technicians, veterinary dentists and physiotherapists
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