I have been an animal lover since I could remember. I've always loved them and wanted to be a vet since I was a little girl. This came around I beleive when I got me very first , own, dog. I had got her from my best friend next door after her dog had puppies. I raised the her and we were very close, and in separable. One Thanksgiving we went to Pennsylviana and we left the dogs home. When we came back my dog was very thin and extremely dehydrated. Apparently she had refused to eat or drink for my uncle. I was so scared for her that I kept asking my mom if she was going to die with tears in my eyes. So my dad put al of us in the car and we went of to the vet. At the vet's office we went back in the waiting room and they explained to my mom and dad that she had to stay there over night until they could rehydrate her. I was crying during all of this time so the vet took me back to where she was and let me give her a kiss. Acouple of days later they caled and said we could come get her. My dad and mom took me to the vet's with them. When we walked in I was smiling from ear to ear. At the disk the nurse asked what we were here for and I blurted out that we came to get my dog Sky. Then they nurse went back and brought my baby out to me. I wrapped my arms around her neck and then hugged the vet. Sky and me walked out of that vet's office like we had never spent any time apart. So that's how I became so interested in vet medicine because that vet saved my very bestest friend in the whole world.