If you are looking to be a Vet then you will already know the process that needs to be followed to gain this status and job role. As a Vet you will be qualified after attending university and completing your degree and training and along the way doing relevant work experience to get hands on experience in your chosen career.
You will need to be good medically, have a real interest in the welfare of animals and be able to think logically and quickly sometimes dealing with emergency situations such like doctors need to.
If you have found a role in which you want to apply for, please see the below example cover letter:
Veterinarian Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
Application for the role of Veterinarian
I would like to apply for the Veterinarian role that you have advertised in (where) and (when).
I studied and qualified at (where and when) and have during my course (or after) been doing some practical work experience for (who – provide details here of your course and your work experience, whether you want to specialise in large or small animals etc).
I have always wanted to be a Vet since a very young age. I have always worked around animals and had animals at home and as I was growing up I used to help out on the local farm, bringing in the cattle ready for milking, doing the baling in the summer months etc. I thoroughly enjoyed this hands on role from an early age and that has not changed now. I enjoy treating new animals and helping them to improve or get better depending on their symptoms.
I would now like to begin my career properly and I am hoping that you will be interested in the work experience that I have done and feel that I could be a good addition to your practice. I am free to relocate and have no ties, just looking for a challenging career.
Please find enclosed my CV, should you be interested in my skills, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thanking you in advance for taking the time to read my letter and CV.