- Examine animals to detect and determine the nature of diseases or injuries.
- Treat sick or injured animals by prescribing medication, setting bones, dressing wounds, or performing surgery.
- Collect body tissue, feces, blood, urine, or other body fluids for examination and analysis.
- Inoculate animals against various diseases such as rabies or distemper.
- Counsel clients about the deaths of their pets or about euthanasia decisions for their pets.
- Operate diagnostic equipment, such as radiographic or ultrasound equipment, and interpret the resulting images.
- Advise animal owners regarding sanitary measures, feeding, general care, medical conditions, or treatment options.
- Educate the public about diseases that can be spread from animals to humans.
- Attend lectures, conferences, or continuing education courses.
- Establish or conduct quarantine or testing procedures that prevent the spread of diseases to other animals or to humans and that comply with applicable government regulations.
- Euthanize animals.
- Train or supervise workers who handle or care for animals.
- Research diseases to which animals could be susceptible.
- Plan or execute animal nutrition or reproduction programs.
- Surgery techniques
- Medical software Knowledge
- Critical thinking
- Decision taking
- Aqua-cultural Workers
- Animal Breeders
- Animal Feeder
- Animal Geneticists
- Animal Scientist
- Animal bio technologist
- Farm Managers
- Farm Workers
- Fishery Scientist
- Hatchery Managers
- Veterinary doctor
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