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So when I grow up I plan on being an Equine Orthopedic Veterinarian that works for a racetrack, or simply just calling it a racetrack vet. After many years of working at the race track I hope to "retire" into being a large animal vet who has their own practice. I KNOW vets aren't in high demand currently, and in fact don't make that much money, but my passion is too big to care about that. So I talked to my dad and he said maybe people would exchange my vet services for things like free board for my horse at that time or to lease their horse for free or something like that. As an owner, would you do that? I'd just like to know if anyone thinks this is fair :) Thanks!
Well Marianne, I am aware of that. I'm not stupid in that area. But as a vet who might not be making THAT much money (especially with all the student loans I'd have to pay off) I wouldn't be able to afford a horse on my own more than likely... And I don't think I could live with NEVER owning a horse of my own in my lifetime...
Amber, that is why I would WANT to be a racetrack vet... Because I hate the racing industry. A couple thousand people hating it will never stop it, so I might as well become a vet to help those horses that are injured from it. And Allanas, I hope I could live on that idea. Making 80k-100k is decent, but in this economy it might not be enough :P (but then again I won't be graduating from college for another decade!)
It would be easy for you to find horse to ride if you are connected with a racetrack! The thing is, would you have time? LOL My answer would be that I would allow you to ride some of my horses. My horses are trained and will behave with anyone for a while before they start to take the Mickey. I would assess you and be only to pleased to have someone to exercise.
I wouldn't mind a deal like that, but I would have a contract that spelled everything out as to what you would do. As for Vets not being in demand, here in pennsylvania they are, especially lg animal ones, there are many good College programs here and Vets around here that take interns.
No, it wouldn't be "weird" or "random". It would be completely acceptable to me, even if I didn't know you. I would insist on a background check and a contract, of course. In fact, I don't think you'll even have trouble finding someone to make this deal with you. NOTE: Even though Vets don't make as much as say, a neurosurgeon, or a transplant specialist - they still make a nice living. You can easily support yourself, pay back your student loans and pay boarding for your horse.
I have to agree with mac and cheese your supply cost would far exceed the cost of board, even at a veterinary stable. if the horse needs critical care, you would just be digging a hole for yourself. maybe exchange for vaccines and minor things. good luck. keep the love!
Vet bills can get high... I would be the first to offer free board for free vet care!
I guess I would...But you'd be ripping yourself off. Don't forget that you need supplies and equipment to provide veterinary care of any sort, and often this far surpasses the cost of board.
If i knew you well enough.. but just some random vet... no. but if i knew you were good at your job, and for some reason my horses needed a lot of care... yes :D EDIT: Then yes :) LOL psh... a thumbs down?!?! whatev :P EDIT: hmm i need to change my name... i find it funny people call me "mac" LOL Any ideas?
Depends how good of a vet you are. I would need proof (degrees) and she how well you handle horses. I would not let a random vet work on my horses though. 'Specially a race track one.. I hate horse racing.