A Veterinary Doctor, also known as a Veterinarian or Vet, is a medical professional who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases and injuries in animals. Veterinary Doctors are trained to work with a wide variety of animals, including pets, livestock, and wildlife. Veterinary Doctors typically perform a wide range of tasks, including conducting physical exams, diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries, performing surgeries, prescribing medications, and providing preventative care such as vaccinations and parasite control. They also work closely with animal owners to provide education and advice on animal care, behavior, and nutrition. In addition to clinical work, Veterinary Doctors may also be involved in research, public health, or regulatory work related to animal health and welfare. They may also work in a variety of settings, including private veterinary clinics, animal hospitals, government agencies, zoos, and research facilities.