Hello, so I'm currently in undergraduate school, majoring in Animal Science, hoping to to to veterinary school. All my life, I have dreamed of becoming a vet. Unlike several other people, I know what I'm getting into with a career as a vet as I have worked at veterinary offices, assisted with the sad, gory and bloody cases. The problem I am discovering however, is how ridiculously hard the course load is for one who wants to to go to veterinary school. And the other problem, is that my horse is staying at my aunt's which is 6 hours away from the school. The horse is 3 years old, and ready to be trained to ride and drive which is my task. However, with my demanding course work and classes over the summers, I hardly EVER get to see her which is tearing me apart. So what I would like to know, is if anyone knows of any other careers working with animals (preferably horses) that is a little less demanding through out college so that I will still have time to work with my horse. The other thing also is that I'd like to have a monetarily stable job. Because if I knew I could make money training horses, I would. But it's not a stable job and with this economy, is very rocky.