Veterinary Ninja

Caring for animals is as important to a hidden village as caring for the people in it. Veterinary Nins ensure the health of the various ninja creatures used by a village, from messenger birds to companion animals. Because a Veterinary Nin will most likely be in village when needed, much of the training is not in field medicine.

Proficiency Levels

Introductory

Rank: Academy Student only
Status: Optional
Skill: None
Other: None

Description: Introductory overview of animal medical training, and training in emergency first aid for injured animals.

Basic

Rank: Genin
Status: Optional
Skill: None
Other: None

Certification: Basic Vet
Description: Standard first aid for animals and training in animal oriented biology, anatomy, toxicology, pathology, diagnostics, orthopedics, and nutrition.

Vets at this level can handle initial diagnosing of animals and handle basic injuries or issues.

Intermediate

Rank: Chunin
Status: Optional
Skill: Veterinary Ninja Basic Level
Other:

  • Ability to create medical chakra preferred
  • At least one month of hands-on experience at a Veterinary Clinic.

Certification: Assistant Vet
Description: Refreshes knowledge of first aid, and adds advanced first aid for animals training. Further training in animal oriented biology, anatomy, toxicology, pathology, diagnostics, orthpedics, and nutrition. Introduces training in animal surgery and animal dentistry. It also introduces some medical jutsu designed for animals or that are usable with animals.

Vets at this level assist Veterinary Nins with surgery, can handle stitching or splinting animals, and can handle most issues beyond the scope of a Basic Vet.

Advanced

Rank: Chunin
Status: Optional
Skill: Veterinary Ninja Intermediate Level
Other:

  • Ability to create medical chakra
  • At least 2 months of hands-on experience under a Veterinary Nin.

Certification: Veterinary Ninja
Description: Refreshes training from lower levels. Adds further training in animal oriented biology, anatomy, toxicology, pathology, diagnostics, orthopedics, nutrition, surgery, and dentistry. Vets learn how to perform surgical procedures, additional medical justu for animals, and animal oriented medical fuinjutsu.

Vets can receive further instruction to specialize in a specific aspect of veterinary medicine or a specific species type (canine, feline, etc) after successfully being certified certified as a Veterinary Nin. Any specializations are listed in parentheses after the certification title.

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