should I become a Vet? or Doctor?

<p>This is a stupid question to ask
I feel the same
but I have to ask cuz i am turning into a junior,, choosing a career is important for me rite now</p>

<p>So,,working with an animal has been my passion, i do love LOVE dogs
but i haven't thought of it carefully
do i like to see SICK animals?
would i like to touch and do surgery on animals with possible disease??
well as for now, i can't answer it
and the last question is,,, why are you wasting time saving animals,,when there are so many humans dying ..this one made me feel so bad</p>

<p>So...I don't know
I would love to share some of your thoughts</p>

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and the last question is,,, why are you wasting time saving animals,,when there are so many humans dying ..this one made me feel so bad

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<p>Humans are animals...</p>

<p>but you know what i meant lol</p>

<p>Some people enjoy working with animals more than humans and have a passion for saving their lives. It's nothing against people, there are just some of us who really like animals (myself included : ) ).</p>

<p>Plus, animals don't complain and there are many less instances of veterinarians being sued over malpractice than doctors (I don't have a statistic, though, sorry). If you're so concerned about "so many humans dying," then becoming a veterinarian probably isn't for you.</p>

<p>yea liking dogs is very different to treating sick animals. lots of people like dogs, but how many people like dogs with rabies running around? </p>

<p>if your gpa is high, id say go pre med. more $$ in doctors than vets. in the end 90+% of the time, all it will be about is the $$</p>

<p>but, i still don't want to be somebody who reaches for money over their passion</p>

<p>you probably will when you got to pay your bills, mortgage, your kids college tuition etc</p>

<p>how bout dentist..?
do they earn better than most doctors?</p>