Personal/Professional DevelopmentTaking into consideration the many nuances of service dog ownership could ensure better veterinary care to these working animals and less stress on the owners.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareA young patient with an oral and tracheal thermal injury after chewing an electrical wire is an example of some of the cases critical care veterinary nurses manage.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentVeterinary nurses who pursue career development could find new opportunities, such as teaching overseas.
If helping animals in need—beyond those with loving owners and disposable funds—is a true passion of yours, consider what you can do to reach those patients and give them their happy, healthy lives back.
Veterinary nurses have a multitude of specializing career paths following accreditation.
Becoming a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner is a great way for veterinary nurses to be more involved patients’ pain management process and client education and compliance.
Veterinary medicine has evolved so vastly in recent years that veterinary nurses have many potential career paths available.
The worlds of veterinary medicine and dog shows may seem vastly different, but the heart of each is the same—a love of animals.
As veterinary nurses, we dedicate our lives to helping animals because we are animal welfare warriors.