If you're looking to take care of some animals, then a career as a vet is a good path to have. You are going to need to hit the books pretty hard, because there's a lot to know when it comes to the various species you will need to heal. While a human doctor only needs to know how to take care of a person, the veterinarian will have to know a lot more about the various systems of a wide variety of animals! This isn't just dogs and cats you know, you will be in charge of healing up birds, lizards, and possibly even fish!
How to become a Veterinarian
To become a vet in BitLife, you will need to study hard in school. Graduate from High School and then look to go to University and major in Chemistry. Once you've complete your degree, you will then need to go to higher learning and apply to veterinary school. Once you've graduated from vet school, you can then look for the Jr. Veterinarian job and eventually become a vet!
When you start your character, you should look to start out with the highest Smarts stat you can get. Now, age up and make sure to Study Harder in the School tab each year. Not only that, you will want to go to the Library as soon as it is available under the Activities > Mind & Body menu. You can also read books, but that's a lot of tapping on the screen, so it's up to you how far you want to go with it.
Once you hit High School, make sure to join at least two Activities, these can be found under the School menu. I like to pick the smart sounding ones, things like Student Council, Chess Club, Debate Club, etc. You do this because it seems to help give you a higher chance at getting a scholarship. Keep studying hard and graduate from High School.
It's now time to head off to college, you are looking to study Chemistry. If the option doesn't show up, you can age up a year, or you can close out of your app completely and check again. Once you find Chemistry, try to get a scholarship! This isn't guaranteed, but you should get it most of the time if you studied a lot and joined activities.
Now that you are in college, just keep repeating the studying and activities that you did in High School. Once you've completed it, you now will look to go to Veterinary School. You can apply for a scholarship again, which should work and have you not have to pay anything towards tuition.
You don't really need to bother studying or joining activities now, but you can just to be safe. Once you finishing with your higher learning it's time to finally look for a job. Look for the Jr. Veterinarian career under Jobs and apply for the career. If you don't see it, you can either age up or close out of the app and re-open.
Once you got the job, you just need to work hard and age up! You will eventually become a full Veterinarian, and then finally a Sr. Veterinarian. Once you've been in the senior position for a few years, you should receive the achievement for being a vet!