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VETERINARYMEDICINESTEM-Based

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICAMERIT BADGE SERIESVETERINARYMEDICINE“Enhancing our youths’ competitive edge through merit badges”

Requirements1. Discuss with your counselor the roles a veterinarian playsin the following:a. Companion or small animal medicine, andequine medicineb. Food animal or large animal medicinec. Exotic animal medicined. Marine animal medicine (mammal and fish)e. Poultry medicinef. Wildlife medicine and aquaculture medicine2. Discuss with your counselor the roles a veterinarian playsin the following:a. Public health medicine and zoonotic disease surveillanceand controlb. The militaryc. Food safety and inspectiond. Laboratory animal medicine and researche. Teaching and government3. Describe the training required to become a veterinarian.Where is the veterinary medical college nearest you?Describe the prerequisites for applying to veterinary school.35962ISBN 978-0-8395-5004-4 2015 Boy Scouts of America2015 Printing

4. Tell your counselor what a registered veterinary technician(R.V.T.) or animal health technician (A.H.T.) is. Describethe training required to become an R.V.T. or A.H.T. Whereis the school or facility for R.V.T. or A.H.T. training nearestyou? Describe the role an R.V.T. or A.H.T. would play inassisting a veterinarian working in three of the practicetypes listed in requirement 1.5. Discuss with your merit badge counselor the role aveterinarian plays in the human-animal bond.6. Do ONE of the following:a. Visit a veterinary clinic, hospital, or veterinary referralteaching hospital that does work in one of the practiceslisted in requirement 1. Spend as much time as youcan observing the veterinarians and their staff. Write areport on what you observed and learned at the facility.Share your report with your counselor.b. Spend as much time as possible with a veterinarian whoworks in one of the fields listed in requirement 2. Learnwhat special training beyond veterinary medical schoolmay have been required for that position. Learn aboutany special or unusual activities required of this position.Write a report on what you have learned about this fieldof veterinary medicine. Include in your report how thisfield serves the needs of the general public. Share yourreport with your counselor.VETERINARY MEDICINE    3

Veterinary Medicine Resources.Veterinary Medicine ResourcesScouting LiteratureAnimal Science, Bird Study, DogCare, Fish and Wildlife Management,Horsemanship, Mammal Study,Nature, Pets, Public Health, andReptile and Amphibian Study meritbadge pamphletsVisit the Boy Scouts of America’sofficial retail website at http://www.scoutstuff.org for a completelisting of all merit badge pamphletsand other helpful Scouting materialsand supplies.BooksAssociation of American VeterinaryMedical Colleges, et al. VeterinaryMedical School AdmissionRequirements in the United Statesand Canada. Purdue UniversityPress, 2015.Croke, Vicki, Philip C. Kosch, et al.Animal ER: Extraordinary Storiesof Hope and Healing From Oneof the World’s Leading VeterinaryHospitals. Plume, 2000.James Herriot. All Creatures Great andSmall. St. Martin’s Press, 2004.44    VETERINARY MEDICINE———. All Things Bright and Beautiful.St. Martin’s Press, 2004.Lee, Mary Price, and Richard S. Lee.Opportunities in Animal and PetCare Careers, 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books, 2008.Maynard, Thane, and Jane Goodall.Working With Wildlife: A Guideto Careers in the Animal World.Franklin Watts, 2000.Maze, Stephanie, and Catherine O’NeillGrace. I Want to Be a Veterinarian.Harcourt, 1997.Pavia, Audrey. Careers With Animals.Barron's Educational Series, 2001.Organizations and WebsitesAmerican AnimalHospital Association12575 West Bayaud Ave.Lakewood, CO 80228-2012Toll-free telephone: 800-252-2242Website: http://www.aaha.orgAmerican Association ofBovine PractitionersP.O. Box 3610Auburn, AL 36831-3610Telephone: 334-821-0442Website: http://www.aabp.org

.Veterinary Medicine ResourcesAmerican Association ofEquine Practitioners4033 Iron Works ParkwayLexington, KY 40511Telephone: 859-233-0147Website: http://www.aaep.orgAmerican Association ofSwine Veterinarians830 26th St.Perry, IA 50220-2328Telephone: 515-465-5255Website: http://www.aasv.orgCanadian VeterinaryMedical Association339 Booth St.Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1R 7K1Telephone: 613-236-1162Website: http://www.canadianveterinarians.netVeterinary Medical Schools andColleges in the United Statesand CanadaAmerican Association ofWildlife VeterinariansWebsite: http://www.aawv.netACCREDITED BY THE AMERICANVETERINARY MEDICALASSOCIATIONAmerican Association ofZoo Veterinarians581705 White Oak RoadYulee, FL 32097Telephone: 904-225-3275Website: http://www.aazv.orgAuburn UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineAuburn, AlabamaWebsite: http://www.vetmed.auburn.eduAmerican VeterinaryMedical Association1931 N. Meacham Road, Suite 100Schaumburg, IL 60173-4360Telephone: 800-248-2862Website: http://www.avma.orgTuskegee UniversitySchool of Veterinary MedicineTuskegee, AlabamaWebsite: http://tuskegee.eduAssociation of Avian VeterinariansP.O. Box 9Teaneck, NJ 07666Telephone: 720-458-4111Website: http://www.aav.orgAssociation of Reptilian andAmphibian Veterinarians810 E. 10th St.P.O. Box 1897Lawrence, KS 66044-8897Website: http://www.arav.orgMidwestern UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineGlendale, ArizonaWebsite: http://www.midwestern.eduUniversity of CaliforniaSchool of Veterinary MedicineDavis, CaliforniaWebsite: http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.eduWestern University of Health SciencesCollege of Veterinary MedicinePomona, CaliforniaWebsite: http://www.westernu.edu/veterinaryVETERINARY MEDICINE    45

Veterinary Medicine Resources.Colorado State UniversityCollege of Veterinary Medicine andBiomedical SciencesFort Collins, ColoradoWebsite: http://www.cvmbs.colostate.eduUniversity of FloridaCollege of Veterinary MedicineGainesville, FloridaWebsite: http://www.vetmed.ufl.eduUniversity of GeorgiaCollege of Veterinary MedicineAthens, GeorgiaWebsite: http://www.vet.uga.eduUniversity of IllinoisCollege of Veterinary MedicineUrbana, IllinoisWebsite: http://www.cvm.uiuc.eduPurdue UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineWest Lafayette, IndianaWebsite: http://www.vet.purdue.eduIowa State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineAmes, IowaWebsite: http://www.vetmed.iastate.eduKansas State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineManhattan, KansasWebsite: http://www.vet.k-state.eduLouisiana State UniversitySchool of Veterinary MedicineBaton Rouge, LouisianaWebsite: http://www.lsu.edu/vetmed/46    VETERINARY MEDICINETufts UniversityCummings School ofVeterinary MedicineNorth Grafton, MassachusettsWebsite: http://www.tufts.edu/vetMichigan State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineEast Lansing, MichiganWebsite: http://cvm.msu.eduUniversity of MinnesotaCollege of Veterinary MedicineSt. Paul, MinnesotaWebsite: http://www.cvm.umn.eduMississippi State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineMississippi State, MississippiWebsite: http://www.cvm.msstate.eduUniversity of MissouriCollege of Veterinary MedicineColumbia, MissouriWebsite: http://www.cvm.missouri.eduCornell UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineIthaca, New YorkWebsite: http://www.vet.cornell.eduNorth Carolina State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineRaleigh, North CarolinaWebsite: http://www.cvm.ncsu.eduThe Ohio State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineColumbus, OhioWebsite: http://www.vet.osu.edu

.Veterinary Medicine ResourcesOklahoma State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineStillwater, OklahomaWebsite: http://www.cvm.okstate.eduUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonSchool of Veterinary MedicineMadison, WisconsinWebsite: http://www.vetmed.wisc.eduOregon State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineCorvallis, OregonWebsite: http://vetmed.oregonstate.eduUniversity of CalgaryFaculty of Veterinary MedicineCalgary, Alberta, CanadaWebsite: www.vet.ucalgary.caUniversity of PennsylvaniaSchool of Veterinary MedicinePhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaWebsite: http://www.vet.upenn.eduUniversity of GuelphOntario Veterinary CollegeGuelph, Ontario, CanadaWebsite: www.ovc.uoguelph.caUniversity of TennesseeCollege of Veterinary MedicineKnoxville, TennesseeWebsite: http://www.vet.utk.eduUniversity of Prince Edward IslandAtlantic Veterinary CollegeCharlottetown, Prince EdwardIsland, CanadaWebsite: www.upei.ca/avc/Lincoln Memorial UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicineHarrogate, TennesseeWebsite: http://vetmed.lmunet.eduUniversity of MontrealFaculty of Veterinary MedicineSaint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, CanadaWebsite: www.medvet.umontreal.caTexas A&M UniversityCollege of Veterinary Medicine andBiomedical SciencesCollege Station, TexasWebsite: http://vetmed.tamu.eduUniversity of SaskatchewanWestern College of Veterinary MedicineSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaWebsite: www.usask.ca/wcvmVirginia Tech and University ofMaryland Virginia-Maryland College ofVeterinary MedicineBlacksburg, VirginiaWebsite: http://www.vetmed.vt.eduWashington State UniversityCollege of Veterinary MedicinePullman, WashingtonWebsite: http://www.vetmed.wsu.eduAcknowledgmentsThe Boy Scouts of America is gratefulto the following individuals for theircontribution to this new edition ofthe Veterinary Medicine meritbadge pamphlet.Steve Bowen, D.V.M., retiredcompanion animal veterinarian,El Centro, CaliforniaVETERINARY MEDICINE    47

equine medicine b. Food animal or large animal medicine c. Exotic animal medicine d. Marine animal medicine (mammal and fish) e. Poultry medicine f. Wildlife medicine and aquaculture medicine 2. Discuss with your counselor the roles a veterinarian plays in the following: a. Public health medicine and zoonotic disease surveillance and control b .

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