Veterinary epidemiology is one of the numerous professions that belong under the umbrella of veterinary public health. It focuses on disease surveillance, response, and prevention. It entails gathering and analysing data in order to generate and evaluate hypotheses about disease trends. Veterinary epidemiologists will be able to better grasp the hazards and how to prevent widespread disease as a result of this. Because there is a lot of overlap between human and animal health, veterinary epidemiology is an important area. Veterinary epidemiology can play a critical role in emerging and worldwide disease epidemics, assisting in the study and control of infections and other emerging diseases, such as those transmitted from one animal to another and those that may be passed from animals to humans. Veterinary epidemiology is critical for the health of animals, humans, and ecosystems. Epidemiology is used by all veterinarians, and it can be incorporated into any practise.