WRITING IN VETERINARIAN MEDICINE 2Writing in Veterinarian Medicine Most people associate writing to certain jobs, such as journaling, and teaching and don’t see others as having to write maybe even at all. Many think of veterinarians as simply animal doctors and don’t see just how important writing is and how often they use it. From simple exams to surgery, writing is something that helps them every day on the job. Writing in this field can also cause some stress and different strings of emotion like grief. Along with writing, their everyday activities are just as important, and combining those makes their jobs less confusing, and even helpful, if not informational for the client.A day in the life of a veterinarian differs depending on where they work. Different settings also entail for different workloads, which then leads to different amounts of writing that’s done. For instance,someone working in a city wouldn't be seeing a lot of horses and cows, whereas someone working in thecountry would see probably see them every day. An article on what vets do explains that “veterinarians who work with food animals or horses usually drive to farms or ranches to provide veterinary services forherds or individual animals” (Student Scholarships, 2019). In a city, they most definitely wouldn’t be driving out of town to care for large animals for the simple reason that they most likely wouldn’t attract clients that live in the country areas. No matter the difference of city or country, all veterinarians must take some sort of notes while they are checking up on an animal.