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Vet Techs Really Do Make the World Go ‘Round

Vet Techs Really Do Make the World Go ‘Round
October 14, 2020

As shown earlier this month, we often see our practices’ patients happy and relaxed thanks to all the TLC they receive from the vet techs who work there. It’s up to them to make their furry friends feel safe and comfortable during their appointments which is no easy task. Thank you to all the techs out there who move mountains to make their patients feel at home.

Now let’s take a look at what some of our techs are up to:

Vet Tech from Veterinary Services of Aiken - Aiken, SCVeterinary Services of Aiken - Aiken, South Carolina
Oliver and Ashton make quite the cute pair, especially since Oliver fits perfectly in her arms. Now a tech of three years, Ashton previously worked as an assistant at an animal rehabilitation clinic before joining Veterinary Services of Aiken. When she’s not at work cuddling 8-week-old beagles during their puppy visits, she enjoys reading and painting.

 

Vet Tech from Solomons Veterinary Medical Center - Solomons, MDSolomons Veterinary Medical Center - Solomons, Maryland
In addition to being extremely rewarding, working as a vet tech can be both emotionally taxing and physically exhausting. To be able to handle the constant highs and lows and still lift the spirits of your team members is a truly amazing skill. Spencer, a tech at Solomons Veterinary Medical Center, never ceases to deliver exceptional care and his team is lucky to have him.

 

Vet Tech from Oaks Veterinary Hospital - Gainesville, FloridaOaks Veterinary Hospital - Gainesville, Florida
How many people can say that their coworkers have called them a treasure? We can’t, but Jermia certainly can. An excellent resource for her peers and an all around lovely person to be around, Jermia has made a lasting impact on the Oaks Veterinary Hospital team. Many of our other practice teams feel the same way about their own techs, and we’re grateful that the VetCor family is made up of such knowledgeable professionals.

 

Vet Tech from Companion Animal Hospital - Spring, TexasCompanion Animal Hospital - Spring, Texas
Avery was passionate about animals from the time she could talk but she also felt drawn towards the medical field. It was only when she had to take her dad’s dog to the emergency vet after eating a sprinkler head that she knew she wanted to be a vet tech. She graduated from tech school in June of this year and the last nine months she’s spent working at Companion Animal Hospital have served as great experience.

 

Vet Tech from Lakeside Veterinary Medicine - Jamestown, New YorkLakeside Veterinary Medicine - Jamestown, New York
Brooke has been a wonderful asset to the Lakeside Veterinary Medicine team since the very beginning of the pandemic. She’s currently enrolled in online classes and working towards becoming a licensed vet tech. Through completing service projects for 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA), she’s worked with hogs, goats, and rabbits. At home, she has two rescues, a cat named Knox and a Doberman named Raina.

 

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