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VetTechGuide.org now has access to schools across the country that provides the education and skills necessary to pursue a successful career as a veterinarian technician. Hopeful vet techs can now use this online resource to learn more about a desired career track along with determining where to find the best education to facilitate their needs.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 30, 2012
A list of veterinary schools has recently been added to the Vet Tech Guide website. Now, those looking to accelerate their career or embark down an entirely different career path can use this online resource to find institutions to provide the precise education needed to begin a career as a veterinary technician.
For those who are unable to pursue the lengthy education necessary for becoming a veterinarian, but still posses an affinity for tending to animal health needs, a career choice as a vet tech is the perfect solution. Certification from any of the leading institutions listed on VetTechGuide.org will take only 2 years to complete.
Once completed, a certified vet tech can expect to apply their knowledge by providing immediate emergency care to wounded animals, diagnosing the condition of animals, preparing for surgeries and administering anesthesia, and explaining treatments and medications that are prescribed by the veterinarian. Consider a vet tech is to a veterinarian as a nurse is to a doctor.
In addition to the 2 year degree, many aspiring vet techs will also be expected to pass an exam, called the Veterinarian Technician National Examination, to complete their certification.
However, most schools include this exam as part of the necessary coursework for graduation.
Some looking to specialize in a specific realm of veterinary services can use VetTechGuide.org to locate schools that specialize in certain programs. A specialized vet tech can focus their studies on anesthesia, internal medicine, dental, and emergency and critical care.
To find more information about schools for veterinary studies and where to go for specialized training go to http://www.vettechguide.com.
About the Vet Tech Guide:
The Vet Tech Guide provides access to detailed information to persons pursuing a career in the veterinary field, specifically as a veterinary technician.
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