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Why You Should Always Thank Your Vet Tech

What is a veterinary technician? The easiest and most understandable explanation is a registered nurse for animals. To become a licensed, certified, or registered veterinary technician (the names vary depending on the state issuing the license), a candidate must have an associates or bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology, followed by passage of the veterinary technician national exam (with or without a state board exam), application to the state veterinary board of medicine, and yearly continuing education.
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