- Nov 16, 2012
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- Europe, Lithuania
I'll work as a private vet in my region. Every vet gets his own teritory for routine blood checks, etc., but can provide his services for people not from his teritory too. In my region there were left only two vets working. One- my husband's dad, is already retired, but still works with some farmers, mainly with AI. I will take his teritory now. Not many work left. Just a couple bigger family farmers, barely any small ones.Yes, congratulations on graduating. I can remember the excitement when I graduated in 1975 to finally be let loose to work. We did not have the support as a new graduate in those days. I went to work for an alcoholic vet who was the only other vet in the practice. At the end of my first week there I saw Bruce and his family packing up his car (they lived upstairs at the practice), they all jumped in and waved goodbye to me and said see you in 2 weeks, they were off on a holiday. I guess it was a vote of confidence in what Bruce thought of my ability. I survived but really could have done with a bit more support.
Do you have a job lined up to go to?