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    Interested in Zoological Medicine?

     

    If you ever dreamed of actually holding a tiger by the tail, zoological medicine might just be the field of veterinary studies and information that you would enjoy studying. Zoological medicine is a fascinating specialty focus in the veterinary world that encompasses the study and application of wildlife healthcare for zoo and wild animals in public zoos and wildlife preserves worldwide. As we grow in human population, our actions are forcing a decline in the natural resources and animal life on this planet. The veterinary information gathered by the zoological veterinary specialist is intended to prevent any more animals disappearing from our planet.

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    With the decline of wildlife habitats, the number of animals on the endangered species list continues to rise. As the number of endangered animals increases so does the level of public awareness. The awareness of the general public is increasing and as a direct result, there has been a great increase in worldwide conservation efforts. Zoological medicine is on the incline for specialty studies in the veterinary field. Veterinary information is fundamental to the education of the public in the urgent needs to safe guard our wildlife.

    Zoological medicine focuses on many aspects of the wildlife field of study. Included in this specialty field is the study of free-range wildlife, captive zoo animals and those animals living on private or federally owned wildlife preserves. The study of zoological veterinary information provides many different benefits to the society in which we are now living. This field of veterinary study gathers information on the wildlife conservation needs, ecology and how it affects the natural resources

    The World Recognizes The Importance of Zoological Medicine

    The American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM) provides the basis for the requirements of successfully becoming a zoological specialist in veterinary studies. This specialty field of veterinary information and studies was officially recognized in 1983. They establish and regulate the criteria necessary to successfully complete the board certification required to practice zoological veterinary services. In completing the zoological program, it requires extensive research in veterinary information and studies.

    If you successfully complete their program requirements, you earn the dignified title of “diplomats” with this title you can become a zoo veterinarian, zoo manager, wildlife veterinarian and wildlife conservation agent, teacher or research official. This title is competitive to earn and successfully completing the task is an honor to be proud of completing.

     

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