Hi everyone! So I know that vet schools expect incoming students to have a certain amount of "book" knowledge based on the pre-req courses that they require. However, I was just wondering if they also expect new students to already have certain "hands-on" skills. By hands-on, I mean more of the stuff that techs do, but that of course doctors need to know how to do as well. For example, giving vaccines, administering fluids, intubating animals, placing catheters, etc. Do vet schools teach you to do all of this or do they expect you to know how to do it right off the bat? I was just wondering this, so if anybody knows and could share, I'd appreciate it. I'm still several years away from vet school, but I just want to be sure I'm prepared if/when I get there. Thanks!