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Veterinary technologists and technicians will conduct clinical procedures under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian. They will also perform a vast array of medical tests and then diagnose medical conditions and diseases in animals.

As an example, they will perform laboratory tests like urinalysis and blood counts, prepare animal tissue samples, take blood samples, or they will assist the Veterinarian in completing a variety of tests and analyses where they are using quite a few different items of medical equipment, like test tubes and many types of diagnostic equipment.

Most of their duties are performed in a highly technical laboratory setting, a few are not. For an example, veterinary technicians will obtain and record the patients’ case history, expose and then develop x rays, and also provide specialized nursing care for the animal. Experienced veterinary technicians will discuss a pet’s condition with its owners and help to train new clinical personnel.

Although their main work place is in private clinics and animal hospitals, veterinary technicians might also work in research facilities, there they will administer medications orally or topically, help to prepare the samples for laboratory examinations, and also record information on an animal’s diet, weight, what medications they are taking, their food intake, and evaluate what signs of pain and distress the animal may have. Working at research facilities, veterinary technologists will work under the guidance of Veterinarians or in some cases physicians.

Most technicians love animals and get great self satisfaction from working with and helping other customers pets. Some of the work will likely be unpleasant at times, physically and emotionally demanding, and at times could be a little dangerous.

Veterinary technicians will clean cages and lift, hold, or help restrain animals, therefore they have the exposure and risk getting bitten or scratched. So technicians need to take quite a few precautions when treating and working with the animals by using germicides or insecticides. Also the work setting can be very noisy. This is a very rewarding job that people really love.

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