What is the best way to become a veterinary assistant?
I want to eventually become a veterinary assistant. I called my local college and they said it takes 1 1/2 years - 2 years (depending on math skill, etc.) along with work study (where the vet trains you). Then about 5 years working to become a veterinary technician. Does anyone think the college thing is a waste of time or a benefit? And does anyone know how much a vet assistant and technician make? Thanks!
Asked By: Brit - 9/8/2009
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Ok, I am wondering where you are located because I know of no state in the US that requires 5 years to become a veterinary technician. I would be concerned about the quality of the information that you were given by whomever you spoke to at the college... More
Answered By: CindyRVT - 9/9/2009
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Go to "College411.org" and you'll get all the info you'll need...
Answered By: Wubbie - 9/8/2009
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