Veterinarians in Texas need a degree in veterinary medicine, animal behavior or both.
They also need to have completed a minimum of 30 hours of internship experience, but the state also requires a bachelor’s degree in animal behavior, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Veterinarian schools in Texas can be expensive, but a few can be found.
A veterinarian degree is often a prerequisite for starting a career, but not always.
Here’s a list of schools that have degrees in veterinary science, medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, veterinary surgery, radiology, anesthesia, and internal medicine.
Texas Veterinary College