VETC220 Small Animal Clinical Procedures

Provides students with hands-on experience conducting diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with small animals; students entering the job market must be able to easily make the transition from academic institution to the workplace; essentials in animal restraint and basic procedures; some basic specialty examinations. Laboratory course geared toward a variety of clinically relevant diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with small animal species; restraint, physical examination procedures, venipuncture, administration of medications, sample collection and general first aid and emergency care; students develop their technical skills in a veterinary setting. Attendance is mandatory. Prereq. - all the following: 1) admission into Veterinary Technician program, 2) proof of vaccination: rabies and tetanus, 3) proof of health insurance, 4) VETC 101, 110 and 125. Additional course fees: $15.00.


4 credits


(C in VETC101 and C in VETC110 and C in VETC125)