New Mexico Veterinary Technician Schools.
According to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, job openings for veterinary technicians are expected to increase by about 36% between the years 2008 and 2018. These positions favor those who are fully trained and qualified; studying at one of the veterinary technician programs in New Mexico can help you build the educational foundation you need for this job. Classes include large animal medicine, small animal medicine, animal care, surgical assistance techniques, veterinary pharmacology, lab procedures, and diagnostics. Vet techs ordinarily work alongside a licensed veterinarian in an office or a lab. Their duties include caring for the animals and discussing the animal’s needs with the owner.
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