What are some fun facts about veterinarians?

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For anybody interested in becoming a vet, there are many fun facts about veterinarians. Veterinarians today usually specialize in certain areas such as domestic, small animal or farming, large animal practices. Domestic animals include pets such as dogs and cats, but veterinarians can also be expected to treat mice, snakes, reptiles, birds, and even spiders. A veterinarian specializing in larger, farm animals can be expected to treat cows, horses, chickens, pigs, and sheep. Veterinarians are the only doctors who are educated in the health of both animals and people. At times, veterinarians have played critical roles in protecting humans from animal diseases.
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