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Veterinary Studies

Veterinary Studies is the study of identifying, preventing and treating disease and injury in animals, and their general veterinary care.

The main purpose of this field of education is to develop an understanding of normal growth, development and functioning of animals including their nutritional needs, behaviour, breeding and care, and an understanding of principles and procedures used in the diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of illness, disease and injury in animals. It also involves developing an ability to assess and evaluate clinical observations to arrive at diagnoses and determine the appropriate courses of action.

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