Provide health care for pets, livestock, zoo, sporting and/or laboratory animals
Examine animals to determine nature of illness or injury
Perform laboratory tests such as urinalysis and blood counts
Expose and develop X-rays and radiographs
Treat injuries for pets and farm animals
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Education you need to get hired
Veterinary technicians must be a graduate of an AVMA-approved program.
This means, at minimum, a 2-year Associate's
degree in veterinary technology or animal science.
Hands-on training not only provides realistic insight to the daily
operations of a working clinic, it also teaches students how to calmly
and professionally handle stressful situations that occur in
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