Veterinarian Technician – I Am Pinellas County



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Meet Wendy Tate-Palumbo, a certified veterinarian technician with Pinellas County Animal Services who has a passion for animal welfare. She is responsible for providing behavior assessments and medical treatments for the animals as well as educating the public during adoption and post adoption.
Pinellas County’s dedicated employees work for citizens every day to make our home a better place to live. The “I am Pinellas County” series of video stories showcases some of the services our employees proudly bring to the residents, business people and visitors to Pinellas County.
For more information on the programs and services that Pinellas County government provides, and to see how to contact us, visit There is also a mobile app available to connect citizens to their government and make it easy to report issues and access useful resources. Pinellas County can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

Veterinary Technician program



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Vermilion’s new Veterinary Technician program focuses on students learning the skills need to obtain their certification as a Veterinary Technician through the AVMA. Students will work hands on with animals on campus in their care, health, and procedures. Join us today by applying now at www.vcc.edu

Veterinary Technician, Career Video from drkit.org



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In this interview, a Veterinary Technician discusses her typical day at work, the qualifications needed for the job, the best and worst parts of the job, and advice that can be used by students considering this line of work.

How to pass the VTNE – Top Veterinary Technician National Exam Tips



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The VTNE, which stands for Veterinary Technician National Examination, is designed to test the knowledge and skills of veterinary technician candidates. The VTNE is a three hour exam that holds 150 multiple choice questions, as well as 20 pretest questions. The current fee for this test is 300 dollars, and is offered three times a year. You will be tested over your knowledge in Pharmacy and Pharmacology; Surgical Nursing; Dentistry; Laboratory Procedures; Animal Care and Nursing; Diagnostic Imaging; Anesthesia; Emergency Medicine and Critical Care; and finally Pain Management.

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Penn Foster College Veterinary Technician School Review



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Our Veterinary Technician Associate Degree course is fully accredited by the AVMA-CVTEA and is completely self paced. Hear from one of our graduates, Elizabeth Exline, about her experience with Penn Foster College with her video review and testimonial of Penn Foster College’s Vet Tech Degree course. Find out more about our vet tech program here:

Veterinary Technician Shortage a Problem Of Turnover? SAY WHAT?!



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Earlier this week, the AVMA published a robust article about the veterinary technician shortage facing veterinary medicine (Link Below). For those who don’t know, veterinary technicians are in high demand. That sounds like great news for veterinary nurses, doesn’t it? Well, part of the reason this demand exists may be that vet techs are leaving the field. Let’s talk about that and what we can do to make veterinary medicine a better place for them to be.

Learn How to Become a Veterinary Technician Online | Penn Foster College



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Meet graduates that have earned their AVMA-CVTEA accredited Veterinary Technician Associate Degree online with Penn Foster College.

Want to know what it is like to be a Penn Foster Vet Tech student? Learn more about the program’s award-winning faculty and technology from Penn Foster Veterinary Academy’s program directors and recent graduates of Penn Foster’s online Veterinary Technician Associate Degree program.

With Penn Foster College, you can learn on your own time and your own pace while getting the support you need from our knowledgeable faculty and staff and 24/7 online student community.