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animal health worker

A veterinary (vet), often known as a veterinary surgeon or veterinary physician, is a medical professional who treats diseases, problems, reproductive health, and injury in non-human animals in veterinary science. Veterinarians are also important in mammals and birds, animal health management, with a focus on animal reproductive health, conservation, breeding, and preventive medicine such as animal nutrition and biosecurity.

Animal Health Worker

In many countries, a veterinarian's local nomenclature is a regulated and protected phrase, which means that anyone without the necessary credentials and/or licensure cannot use the title. This title is limited in order to create only the most knowledgeable veterinarians who meet the requirements. In many circumstances, the activities that a veterinarian can perform (such as treating illness or performing surgery on animals) are limited to individuals who are certified as veterinarians. For example, in the United Kingdom, as in other jurisdictions, only registered veterinary physicians (with a few exceptions, such as paraveterinary employees) are permitted to treat animals, and it is unlawful for anybody who is not registered to call themselves a veterinarian.

Claude Bourgelat established the first veterinary college in Lyon, France, in 1762. [5] Following the destruction wrought by cattle plague to the French herds, Bourgelat devoted his attention to finding a cure, according to Lupton. This led to his building a veterinary college in Lyon in 1761, from which he despatched students to combat the epidemic; in a short time, the plague was halted and the health of livestock was restored, thanks to veterinary science and art's support to agriculture. [6] The Odiham Agricultural Society was instrumental in the development of the veterinary profession in England. The Odiham Agricultural Society was established in 1783 in England to promote agriculture and industry[7], and it was instrumental in the establishment of the veterinary profession in the United Kingdom.