FutureVets takes high school students abroad to witness real-life veterinary medicine, up close and hands-on. Students spend two weeks in a veterinary hospital, university, and in wildlife sanctuaries to experience the day-to-day lives of veterinarians.
View surgeries from the O.R. with the veterinary surgeon explaining the procedure as it’s happening.
Gross Anatomy and Labs Up Close and Personal!
Work on and study live animals and cadavers.
As they treat, diagnose, and rehab small and large animals, including exotic animals!
Meet Dr. Gary Richter, M.S., D.V.M., C.V.C., C.V.A.
— Getting into veterinary school is much, much harder than getting into medical school
— Pre-veterinary students need to find a way to set themselves apart with work and life experience
— As a high school student it’s really hard for you to get that kind of experience
— I think that’s where FutureVets really comes in as a shining example