A vet’s salary depends on his or her specialty.
In New York, the average vet’s compensation is $1,500 per month.
In Los Angeles, that average is $2,000 per month, and in San Diego, $2.25 million.
Veterinarians in the Bay Area earn an average of $1.8 million annually.
In Dallas, $1 million.
In San Antonio, $4 million.
In San Diego the median vet’s pay is $4.25 per hour, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
In California, it’s $5.2 per hour.
In the Bay area, it can range from $3,500 to $7,000.
In LA, the median is $8,000 to $13,000, according.
Pet owners are often asked to pay a premium for a pet, which means they pay more for veterinary care than other pets, according the Veterinary Medical Society of America.
Veterins, who are licensed in a number of states, must pay a fee of $600 to $700 a year for each of their dogs and cats.
In California, there are three types of veterinarians, the highest paying, according, are those who practice in Marin, San Mateo and San Bernardino counties.
The next highest paying are those in San Francisco, the San Mateos and the San Benito’s.
In Fresno, the next highest pay is the highest paid veterinarian, who earns $1-1.5 million annually in San Jose.
In Orange County, it is the San Jose vet, who gets $1-$2 million annually, according .
The lowest paid, the ones in Santa Barbara County, earn less than $500 a month.
Vets can also earn more money by working in other areas, like in agriculture or retail.
Veterinal practices in Los Angeles County earn $6.5 to $12 million, and veterinary practice in San Bernardino County make up to $8.5 per hour and $8 to $14.5 an hour in Fresno, according data from the California Department of Veterinary Medicine.