What a Day in the Life of a Veterinarian Looks Like


Follow Dr. Nicole Bruno around companion animal hospital, based in Houston, Texas. See how things work in an animal hospital, from the lobby and surgeries to an in-depth conversation with Dr. Nicole Bruno about the day-to-day life of a veterinarian.

There are separate consultation rooms for cats and dogs at the companion animal hospital, a fully stocked pharmacy, and a laboratory where they can do all in-house blood tests and skin tests. They also offer vaccines, dental cleaning, digital x-rays, boarding, small operations, and more extensive procedures.

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Dr. Nicole Bruno knew from a very young age that she wanted to become a veterinarian and knew that it didn’t consist of just healing animals but also putting them to sleep. She started by volunteering at local animal shelters and animal hospitals to build up her expertise in working with animals. The experience benefited her once she applied to college and later in vet school.

Dr. Nicole Bruno states that most of her day consists of checking blood tests, taking x-rays, and contacting pet owners. She hasn’t chosen any specific field to specialize in, but she enjoys dental work, medicine, and dermatology.

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