I seriously considered becoming a large-animal Veterinarian today. Unfortunately, the 8-10 year schooling is rather...undoable Not to mention my pretty poor school performance.
So, I'm looking into other animal careers. I looked into going to William Woods to become a horse trainer, but I don't want to work for some big farm. Vet is out with 8 frikkin' years of schooling (IF. I were to get accepted into the program). I don't want to do vet technician work, seeing as it would require working in an office....
Finding a decent career working and caring for animals while remaining independent is like trying to go to the moon in a wooden barrel.
My dad said that veterinarian work would be perfect for me-I've done extensive care with many different species, I'm capable of identifying and treating different illnesses, I'm not afraid to treat serious injuries, and I find the field extremely fascinating.
But 8 years? I'd rather stick to pursing Falconry and leatherworking