*This blog post was originally published in October of 2017 and has been updated to reflect industry changes.
4 Blogs Every Veterinary Technician Should Be Reading
Do you want to stay up-to-date on current veterinary industry trends? Are you looking for study materials for your next exam? Or maybe, you just want to hear from vet technicians just like you. Whatever the reason may be, here are 4 blogs every vet tech should be reading!
VETgirl was created by a group of veterinarians who live busy, fast-paced lives just like you! This blog was designed for the veterinary technician who is always on-the-go. VETgirl contains info on everything from industry trends to how to survive your veterinary externship! If you are looking for quick reads on the bus to work or while jogging on the treadmill, this blog is perfect for you!
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The Savvy VetTech
Stressing over your next vet exam? Fear no more! The Savvy VetTech has got you covered! This blog consists of numerous training materials that are sure to help you pass your next test. When you need a break from studying, this blog also offers real-life stories from veterinary technicians. After a few articles, you will be trained and thoroughly entertained.
American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA) @ Work
As a veterinary tech, it is important to always know what’s taking place throughout the industry. AMVA @ Work prepares you for vet tech training and equips you with industry knowledge that applies inside and outside of the office.
Last but most certainly not least is Cattledog Publishing! With this blog, you will learn how to handle pets such as cats, dogs, birds, and farm animals under a variety of circumstances. You will learn a wealth of knowledge that you can share with pet owners which may improve the satisfaction of your customers during their visits.
Considering a vet tech career? Milwaukee Career College offers hands-on career training for veterinary technicians in Wisconsin. Head over to our Veterinary Technician Training Program to learn more!