I am interested in going to school and have some sort of career that has to do with animals. I was thinking a vet and work with livestock animals (rather then just cats, dogs). I was thinking I would like to stay away from the large animals such as cows and horses. I have nothing against them, I just believe they are too big for a little person like me to handle. This is a choice I have made concerning my own safety. I wouldn't have a problem administering vaccines to animals I wouldn't have a problem with taking x-rays I wouldn't have a problem with talking to the owners as I can hold a conversation pretty well. I am not sure about the surgery part however. Though I believe I would be fine with neutering and dehorning. I understand this job is not for the most squeamish, and euthanizing would probably be tough. Though I believe I could do it, when it came down to it. But vets save tons more animals then they euthanize. Otherwise it wouldn't be worth being a vet. What I want to know is what does being a vet include? If not a vet, what other jobs have to do with livestock? How about a vet tech? Please be kind and polite as possible, even if I sound clueless, we all start somewhere. Thanks all.