They perform routing laboratory procedures and clinical procedures, such as taking blood, administering medication, and performing medical tests, all under the supervision of a veterinarian. They are familiar with a range of high-tech diagnostic equipment and can provide specialized nursing care for injured or ill animals. They are also responsible for recording an animal’s history, as well as information on its weight, food intake, diet behavior, and other symptoms, which is a necessary tool in diagnosing an animal’s illness and developing a treatment plan. Veterinary technicians are valuable assets that help your veterinarian provide the best care for your pet. Help us to celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week this October 9th through October 15th by thanking your veterinarian’s technician for their dedication to the profession.
Veterinary technicians assist veterinarians in providing care to animals.
We called because we were at Garner State Park and our dog had an irritated eye. I was worried because my daughter’s dog had a scratched cornea... read more
We have never felt more important at an office visit. Thanks for your professionalism. The veterinarian introduced herself with a warm greeting and... read more
To start the clinic got me in fast when no one else would! Dr .Colvin did an excellent job assessing and explaining my mare’s issue and treatment... read more
The receptionist greeted us and was warm and cheerful. The technician, Thomas, was a good communicator. The veterinarian was professional and... read more
The receptionist was nice. The technician was gentle, proficient and a good communicator. The veterinarian was very nice. Excellent service.... read more
I am a new customer. My pet was treated warmly and was shown empathy.... read more