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Q. I have wanted to be a vet for about 6 years. I am 13 yrs old. Any advice? Thanks sooo much!!

A. Me too ! I always wanted to be a vet, I followed my dreams .. So I would advise you to do the same .. Study hard, work hard and start spending as much time as you can with pets and animals. Be curious about things and willing to learn all the time.

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CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

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