Do a Vet’s Job Crossword
Crosswords are an enjoyable way to practice medical terminology and get familiar with various veterinary tasks. This fun crossword puzzle is designed to help you learn more about the duties of a veterinarian including the types of animals they care for, the medical procedures that may be performed and more.
Types of Animals
1. Companion animals: This type of animal includes cats, dogs, ferrets, and other small animals that live as pets in homes.
2. Livestock animals: This type of animal includes cattle, sheep, goats, camels, and other animals that are used for food production and farming.
3. Exotic animals: This type of animal includes primates, reptiles, birds, and other uncommon animals.
1. Diagnostics: Tests and procedures to identify medical problems and determine the cause of a medical condition.
2. Surgery: Procedures to treat a medical condition or injury through the use of medical devices, such as scalpels and sutures.
3. Treatment: Use of medications and other therapies to treat medical conditions.
4. Preventive care: Procedures to keep animals healthy and prevent the occurrence of diseases.
Vet Job Responsibilities
- Examining animals: Examining animals to detect health problems, take vital signs and provide wellness/preventive care.
- Communicating with owners: Interacting with pet owners to discuss medical conditions, provide advice, and give instructions regarding care.
- Educating owners: Educating pet owners on topics related to animal health and providing education on preventative care.
- Administering medications: Administering medications, including injections and other treatments, to patients.
- Performing surgery: Performing surgeries, such as orthopedic procedures and spaying/neutering.
The Do a Vet’s Job Crossword Puzzle is a great way to get familiar with the duties of a veterinarian and practice medical terminology related to animals. This puzzle is designed to help you learn more about the different types of animals that vets work with, the medical procedures they may perform, and the responsibilities involved in being a vet.