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Top 50 VET Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a VET Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of VET Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.4% of VET Assistant resumes contained Routine Laboratory Tests as a skill. Let's find out what skills a VET Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A VET Assistant

1. Routine Laboratory Tests
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Here's how Routine Laboratory Tests is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Performed routine laboratory tests and diagnostic tests, such as taking x-rays and operating diagnostic instruments
  • Performed routine laboratory tests and responsible for ordering laboratory testing materials.
  • Completed routine laboratory tests and cared for and fed laboratory animals.
  • Collect biological samples and perform routine laboratory tests.
  • Do routine laboratory tests; assist in collect samples such as urine, or tissue for testing, assisted in shots.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests, such as urinalysis and setting up microscopic slides for the veterinarian.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests, such as taking x-rays and running IDEXX Catalyst or ProCyte equipment.
  • Conducted general exams and routine laboratory tests (blood chemistry, fecal floats, bacterial stains).
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests, such as taking or developing x-rays.
  • Administer and run routine laboratory tests, such as taking x-rays and blood work.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests on urine, blood and feces.
  • Do routine laboratory tests, such as taking x-rays and SNAP tests.
  • Assist in routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests such as taking x-rays.
  • Do routine laboratory tests, such as helping with x-rays.
  • Collect lab samples and perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests Administer anesthetics during surgery and monitor the effects on animals.
  • Collect samples such as blood, urine, or tissue for testing Do routine laboratory tests, such as taking x-rays
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests Prepare examination or treatment rooms by stocking them with appropriate supplies.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests (i.e.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests, such as taking or developing x-rays and running bloodwork using Idexx machines.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or dianostic tests such as taking xrays, veinupuncture, placing IV Catheters.

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2. Animal Care
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Here's how Animal Care is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted veterinarian with routine medical and animal care procedures.
  • Assist with animal care, vaccinations, treatments, surgeries, assist customers loading/unloading animals, cleaning and stocking
  • Assisted veterinarians in office exams, appointment scheduling, radiology, animal care, handling and observation.
  • Assisted animal care staff in animal diet preparations and routine cleaning of animal holding pools.
  • Educated caregivers and guardians on animal care, nutrition, medical conditions and disease management.
  • Assisted Dr. Peabody with animal care and restraint at large and small animal practice.
  • General cleaning, animal care, dispensing medication and reception duties as requested.
  • Provide basic education on animal care, nutrition and medical conditions.
  • Administer medicine, schedule appointments, restock inventory, basic animal care
  • Advised owners regarding animal care and supplementary training at home.
  • Communicate with clients and educate them about animal care.
  • Provide basic animal care and kennel management support.
  • Talked to owners about basic animal care.
  • Assisted the Veterinarian with animal care.
  • Educate clients regarding preventive animal care.
  • Assisted vet with large animal care.
  • Provide basic education on animal care, nutrition and medical conditions and show clients how to administer medications at home.
  • Advanced data entry, Appointment booking, Entry-level Veterinary Assistance,Customer service, Animal care
  • Assisted in animal care part time as I was in college.
  • Sterilized equipment used for surgical and laboratory test - Basic animal care and post-surgical monitoring - Restocked and refilled supplies.

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3. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Gained experience setting up for and performing surgical procedures in a laboratory setting.
  • Prepared surgical equipment and passed instruments and materials to veterinarians during surgical procedures.
  • Prepared patients medications, equipment, instruments for surgical procedures.
  • Handed instruments and materials to veterinarian during surgical procedures.
  • Prepared surgical equipment and assisted veterinarians in surgical procedures.
  • Participate in small animal surgical procedures.
  • Assisted vet with clinical and surgical procedures
  • Provided assistance during surgical procedures.
  • Assisted veterinarian during surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in animal surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures, medical nursing, and boarding care of dogs and cats.
  • Assisted with duties including surgical procedures, post-op care and recovery monitoring.
  • Scrub in for surgical procedures to assist the veterinarian, as needed.
  • Assisted doctors with diagnostic, medical, and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in diagnostic, medical, and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with patient care and surgical procedures.
  • Educated and advised clients on surgical procedures.
  • Completed medical histories Carried out pre-examinations Watched and assisted in surgical procedures and check-ups Clerical Tasks
  • Assisted vets in drawing vaccines; performed urinalysis and blood tests; assisted in surgical procedures * Maintained clinic and kennel cleanliness
  • Intervened with difficult to handle and dangerous animals Assist in setup before and after surgical procedures Assisted in euthanasia of animals

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4. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assist veterinarian in exam rooms as veterinary technician.
  • Well I assist in exam rooms with the veterinarian as well as feeding and walking dogs and cleaning the kennel area.
  • Performed vital checks on patients for doctors for exam rooms and worked directly with them during examination.
  • Prepared animals for surgery, shaving animals when necessary, sanitized exam rooms, inventory and equipment.
  • Assist in exam rooms, surgery room, give vaccinations, take blood, restrain animals.
  • Maintained a sterilized environment by cleaning equipment, exam rooms, and exams tables.
  • Maintain a clean and healthy environment though cleaning kennels and exam rooms.
  • Maintain cleanliness of exam rooms, lab, treatment and boarding areas.
  • Disassembled, and cleaned exam rooms and surgery room after procedures.
  • Sanitized kennels, holding areas, work areas and exam rooms.
  • Cleaned exam rooms and surgery tables, restocked medical supplies.
  • Assist doctor with surgeries and appointments in exam rooms.
  • Assisted with the animals in the exam rooms.
  • Cleaned exam rooms and stocked all rooms.
  • Maintained exam rooms, and ordered supplies.
  • Placed clients in exam rooms.
  • Clean kennels and exam rooms.
  • Assisted Doctor in exam rooms.
  • Assist veterinarians in exam rooms.
  • Trained others in exam rooms.

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5. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Performed skills necessary for basic patient care including, fecal analysis, conventional radiology and surgery assistance.
  • Provided patient care to critically ill/injured pets under the direction of a Veterinarian.
  • Performed general laboratory work and patient care.
  • Worked closely with boarded and residency trained veterinarians to provide the very best patient care in a specialty medicine atmosphere.
  • Assist in establishing repeat customer base with caring, quality service, Daily patient care and treatment.
  • Greeted clients, prepped rooms for appointments, prepared medications and assisted veterinary nurse with patient care.
  • Assist the Veterinarian doctors and technicians in physical exams, treatments, surgeries and general patient care.
  • Performed clinical procedures including client service, prescription refills, triage, and patient care.
  • Take x-rays and develop them for surgical procedures and everyday patient care.
  • Focus on learning, client education and quality patient care.
  • Assisted veterinarians with patient care, treatment, and surgery.
  • Coordinated with patients and doctors to ensure excellent patient care.
  • Involved in all aspects of patient care.
  • Provided patient care under strict time constraints.
  • Assisted the doctors with patient care,customer service, testing various specimens in the laboratory, prepared medications.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment Responsible for scheduling and prioritizing new appointments, rechecks and surgeries.
  • Assigned nightly shift intensive care unit rotation Maintained meticulous patient care records for high value equines
  • provided hands on support to patient care assisting with examinations and treatment, test preparation and collection as Community Service.
  • Assisted doctor in daily patient care such a vaccinations, deworming, and animal restraint for procedures.
  • Assist Technicians Run lab work Help with Patient Care

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6. Scheduling Appointments
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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Provided administrative assistance when needed, including answering phones, scheduling appointments, and general customer service interactions.
  • Routed routine and emergency calls scheduling appointments accordingly.
  • Perform daily administrative tasks, including but not limited to: scheduling appointments, filing, preparing paperwork, etc.
  • Perform clerical duties including answering phones, providing service to clients, scheduling appointments, creating invoices, etc.
  • Front desk experience: Answering calls, scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out and filing charts.
  • Coordinate front desk by answering phone calls, scheduling appointments and referring to doctor for emergency situations.
  • Provide support in reception when needed by answering phones, scheduling appointments, and receiving payments.
  • Front desk receptionist work including answering calls, scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out.
  • Act as a receptionist, answering phones, closing out customer bills, scheduling appointments.
  • Cross-trained to perform reception duties including answering phones, scheduling appointments, and client services.
  • Interacted with customers such as answering phones, refilling prescriptions, and scheduling appointments.
  • Greet clients, as well as reception work, scheduling appointments, and filing.
  • Job entailed answering telephone, scheduling appointments, assisting with surgeries and exams.
  • Perform office reception duties, such as scheduling appointments or helping customers.
  • Maintained the front desk while scheduling appointments and assisting with farm calls.
  • Assisted customers by phone, including scheduling appointments and treatments.
  • Assisted the veterinarian in scheduling appointments to patient's owners.
  • Interacted with clients by scheduling appointments and surgeries, answering phones, and checking patients in and out
  • Answered client questions Filing, scheduling appointments, and handling multiple phone lines
  • Answered multi-system phone lines; scheduling appointments, answering general questions, and assisting clients with post sugery questions.

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7. Anesthesia
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Here's how Anesthesia is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with vaccinations, anesthesia and administration of medications as allowed.
  • Assisted in animal recovery from anesthesia.
  • Monitor and recover patients under anesthesia.
  • Call owners and remind them about their appointments, go over surgery instruction if pet will be going under anesthesia.
  • Monitor patients, ensuring their safety and comfort while under anesthesia, being treated, groomed, or boarded.
  • Assist doctor in exam room and in surgeries, including prepping and monitoring patient while under anesthesia.
  • Set up anesthesia machine for dental cleanings, ovarian hysterectomies, castrations, mass removals, etc.
  • Assist in surgeries and with anesthesia, preventive care for healthy pets.
  • Monitor anesthesia - heart rate, oxygen levels, and reflexes.
  • Monitor all patients on anesthesia.
  • Monitor the patient's anesthesia, EKG, and Pulse OX.
  • Filled medications and routinely assisted and monitored animals under anesthesia while in surgery.
  • Induced anesthesia; intubated animals and completed prophylaxis on animals.
  • Provide assistance to veterinarian where needed Administer oral/IM/IV medications, place IV catheters, draw blood, monitor anesthesia
  • Performed radiographs, patient restraint, anesthesia support and maintained a clean and sanitary work environment.
  • Administer anesthesia as well as intubate and monitor patients for all procedures as Surgery Technician.
  • Monitor pre and post surgery animals for any difficulty with anesthesia.
  • Monitored pre- and post surgical patients for any difficulties from anesthesia.
  • Fill prescriptions, monitor anesthesia, perform dentals, take radiographs.
  • Greeted clients, obtained patient history Restrained animals during examination Consulted with sales representatives Assisted Veterinarian with anesthesia and surgery

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8. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Performed duties of a veterinary assistant and customer service representative in a one-doctor practice.
  • Earned commendations for furthering practice's reputation for friendly, professional customer service.
  • Offered exceptional customer service to veterinary clients and their pet companions.
  • Provided exemplary customer service to hospital clients.
  • Learned about customer service, animal diseases, keeping records, and an appreciation for animal welfare issues.
  • Recorded in charts, provided customer service on the phone, and maintained a great staff/client relationship.
  • Manage in person or telephone inquiries, client booking and customer service requests.
  • Performed receptionist duties and provided a high level of customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service and provide appropriate treatments to pets.
  • Restrain animals, customer service, clean, and assist veterinarian
  • Fielded an average of 100 customer service calls per day.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to clients and their pets.
  • Maintain and create great customer service environment.
  • Provide all clients with exceptional customer service.
  • Assisted Doctor, Customer Service, Lab Sheets, Restrained Animals, Per Pairing Vaccines, Phlebotomy, Pharmacist
  • Gained great customer service experience Mastered how to use complex hospital machinery Worked great under direct orders
  • Provided customer service Disinfected general work area and cages Assisted with animal X-Rays
  • Prepared and examined samples microscopically Provided customer services Medicated and cared for patients Managed inventory
  • Obtained medical history Assisted doctors throughout medical exams and procedures Assisted doctors in medical procedures Patient billing Customer service
  • Assisted in Surgeries -Prepared medications -Worked closely under Veterinarian -Maintained sterilization area -Provided customer service

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9. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Complete accurate medical records, using the proper medical terminology.
  • Oversee and maintain medical records incorporating attention to detail.
  • Performed basic accounting and medical records processing.
  • Prepared and maintained medical records.
  • Obtained relevant information and history from clients to ensure complete patient care, client education, and proper medical records/charts.
  • Answer phones, schedule appointments, organize medical records, input charges into computer and collect fees for services.
  • Assisted with physical exams of small animals, maintained accurate medical records, restrained animals for procedures.
  • Filed patient charts, faxed medical records, mailing, lab samples, logged DEA reports etc.
  • Maintain patient records by accurately recording treatments and test results on patient charts and other medical records.
  • Fax, email, and transcribe medical records to various emergency facilities.
  • Schedule appointments and surgeries, maintain medical records and files.
  • Cleaned kennels, answered phones, input medical records.
  • Recorded all care provider in the patients medical records.
  • Maintain complete and accurate medical records for clients.
  • Maintain accurate medical records and perform clerical duties.
  • Created and maintained all manner of medical records.
  • Take histories and enter information into medical records.
  • Filed and maintained medical records.
  • Scheduled appointments, answered questions, maintained medical records -Administered medications, assisted in surgery, monitored anesthesia
  • Utilized customer service skills by answering phones, updating medical records, checking clients in and out, and collecting payments.

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10. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Prepped animals for surgery and monitored anesthetic levels, including blood pressure and electrocardiograms.
  • Obtain patient history and record vital signs, to include blood pressure, temperature and pulse into the veterinary treatment record.
  • Monitor vital signs of patients manually and using anesthetic machine, fluid pump, pulse oxygen and blood pressure monitors.
  • Assisted in setting up and monitoring heart rate, respiration, blood pressure and EKG during surgery.
  • Monitored oxygen saturation levels, CRT, respiration, heart rate, blood pressure, and temperature.
  • Perform dental cleaning and polishing, run ECG's, pulse ox, blood pressure and more.
  • Placed IV catheters, drew blood and monitored blood pressure on felines and canines.
  • Practice obtaining vitals, blood draws, blood pressures in preparation for technician training.
  • Monitored vitals such as heart rate, respiration, temperature and blood pressure.
  • Monitored animal's heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing during surgeries.
  • Monitor heart rate and blood pressure when animals are under anesthesia.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Obtained blood pressure through use of Doppler.
  • Monitor patient's heartrate, blood pressure, oxygen, and temperature while they were under anesthesia for surgical procedures.
  • Blood pressure checks, blood draws, placing IV catheters, reading of the fecals, U/A, and cytology.
  • Operated anesthetic machines, oxygen and monitoring equipment including caphnogragh, ECG, pulse OX, and blood pressure.
  • Monitored the patients heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels during surgery.
  • Assisted with surgeries, monitored blood pressure, and practiced tracheal intubation.
  • Use of the doppler blood pressure system.
  • Performed and documented physical examinations Properly recorded medical information on patient treatment sheets Used Dopplar system to establish blood pressure

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11. IV
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Here's how IV is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Worked cooperatively with other veterinary staff to care for boarded animals and admitted patients.
  • Authorized to make financial decisions regarding clients and responsible for accounts receivable.
  • Recorded activity and noted any unusually behavior or medical issues.
  • Work closely with the veterinarian to ensure the best quality Pet care and to maximize the veterinarian's productivity.
  • Make boarding reservations, check in/out boarding clients, give clinic and boarding tours on a regular basis.
  • Maintain a healthy clean environment for the live in animals at the clinic and the admitted patients.
  • Educated clients of the importance of preventative measures to ensure the health of their pets.
  • Developed quality relationships with the clients and their companions upon arrival.
  • Helped administer vaccines and preventive care products to cats and dogs.
  • Supported [2] veterinarians in a private animal clinic.
  • Restrained and managed scared or active animals.
  • Handled aggressive cats, dogs and rabbits.
  • Restrain animals; perform TPR'S, blood draws, place IV catheters, SQ fluids, etc.
  • Set up HESKA, Baxter and Plum IV pumps.
  • Registered clients upon their arrival at reception desk Performed blood draws for laboratory tests and processed laboratory orders.
  • Relieved boredom and stress of living in a shelter environment by walking, playing and tending to dogs.
  • Provided routine pre- and post-operative care.
  • Worked extensively with AVIMark software.
  • Assisted during surgery and prepped for surgery Cleaned the dental, exam, and surgery rooms Restrained animals to receive vaccinations
  • work before surgery ( giving the anesthetic, shaving, giving vaccines, etc.)

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12. Urine Samples
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Here's how Urine Samples is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Perform basic laboratory tests including reading cytology slides of ear, skin, and urine samples for diagnosis of illnesses.
  • Weighed animals, took blood and urine samples, and prepared medications to injured and sick animals.
  • Run Lab work for analysis of blood work, fecal samples, and urine samples.
  • Collected feces and urine samples to run lab tests on and report results onto chart.
  • Completed laboratory duties such as urine samples, fecal analysis, and most cytology samples.
  • Read fecal and urine samples, assisted with blood draws, and feline neuters.
  • Examine fecal samples, urine samples, ear swabs, skin impressions etc.
  • Collected tissue, feces, blood and urine samples for examination and analysis.
  • Collected blood, fecal, skin scrapes and urine samples for laboratory testing.
  • Collect skin, fecal, blood, and urine samples to analyze.
  • Performed lab work, including drawing blood and collecting urine samples.
  • Use centrifuge to spin down blood and urine samples, urinalysis.
  • Obtain blood, fecal and urine samples and run diagnostic testing.
  • Retrieved blood, fecal, urine samples from dogs and cats.
  • Process and read blood, fecal, and urine samples.
  • Processed and interpreted fecal and urine samples.
  • Collected urine samples for drug testing.
  • Restrained animals for blood draws, urine samples etc.
  • Collect and process blood and urine samples using in-house laboratory equipment, set-up and operate radiological equipment to produce diagnostic radiographs.
  • Read fecals, ear swabs, and urine samples under microscope or any "wet or dry" labs.

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13. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Organize appointments for the day based on strict scheduling; including preparation of files, phone calls, and crisis management.
  • Scheduled appointments, answered phone calls, confirmed & rescheduled appointments, receive payments, & in charge of money.
  • Answer incoming phone calls and direct them to technicians or veterinarians depending on level of urgency.
  • Shadowed veterinarian, restrained animals during procedures, made confirmation phone calls to patients' owners.
  • Answered phone calls to assist customers, scheduled appointments, appointment reminders, and payments.
  • Fill prescription medications, answer phone calls, receive client payments, and schedule appointments.
  • Promote products sold in the clinic and answer phone calls/client questions.
  • Answer all phone calls, schedule appointments and check patients in.
  • Answered incoming phone calls and made appointments for clients
  • Initiated phone calls with potential clients.
  • Answered phone calls, made appointment.
  • Answer phone calls and book appointments.
  • Answered telephone calls from clients.
  • Answer phone calls and help clients with their needs.
  • Scheduled appointments and made/answered phone calls.
  • Checked in patients, took phone calls, filled patients Meds and did their charts
  • Triaged phone calls and managed doctor's schedules to best serve our clients.
  • Take and make phone calls on a multi line phone.
  • Answer phone calls in a professional manner.
  • Assisted veterinarian and technician with procedures Prepared blood samples for analysis Patient check in and discharge Answered phone calls on multi-line system

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14. Veterinary Assistant
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Here's how Veterinary Assistant is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Served as Veterinary assistant, providing care and treatment to animals under direct supervision of the veterinarian and technician.
  • Worked as a relief Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist in a small animal emergency clinic.
  • Fulfilled multiple positions and duties including veterinary assistant, receptionist, and kennel.
  • Crossed trained as a veterinary assistant.
  • Performed duties as Veterinary Assistant.
  • Performed veterinary assistant duties by preparing animals for surgery, starting IV's, drawing blood, and cleaning kennels.
  • Worked alongside the doctor as a veterinary assistant before, during and after schooling.
  • Started as kennel and worked my way up to Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist.
  • Make schedule for all veterinary assistants to ensure a fully staffed practice.
  • Worked in veterinary clinic 16-24 hours a week as a veterinary assistant.
  • Kennel Supervisor to Veterinary Assistant, with on the job training.
  • Well I had worked in ICU Unit as a Veterinary Assistant.
  • Carried out my duties as a beginning veterinary assistant and receptionist.
  • Promoted from kennel staff to veterinary assistant in October 2013.
  • Employed 3/09- 12/09 as a veterinary assistant.
  • Bridged between veterinary assistants and veterinarians Prepared treatment and management protocols, schedules and appointments
  • Full time veterinary assistant and in-house graphic designer/photographer.
  • Started as a kennel worker/dog daycare supervisor, moved to veterinary assistant, and now full time receptionist.
  • Assisted the Veterinary assistant Feed and cleaned animals Cleaned work stations and animal cages
  • Completed 240 hours of externship duties for Pima Medical Institute's Veterinary Assistant Program)

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15. Surgery Prep
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Here's how Surgery Prep is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Trained all new hires on crash kit protocol, surgery preparation, client communication, medical/veterinary terminology, and inventory.
  • Provided surgery prep work, including assembling surgery kits and operating autoclave.
  • Arranged surgery preparations and sterilized instruments.
  • Coordinated appointments and surgery preparations.
  • Aided veterinarian in surgery preparations.
  • Clipped and cleaned patients under various circumstances (surgery prep, sanitary clip, catheter prep etc.).
  • Assisted technicians with stay, surgery prep and post operation observations.
  • Performed patient dental procedures, as well as surgery preparation.
  • Trained to assist veterinarian with surgery prep and clean up.
  • Assisted with surgery preparation and after care.
  • Performed surgery prep, post op care.
  • Assisted with vaccines and surgery prep.
  • Assisted the doctor with surgery preparation.
  • Assisted Surgery Prep and Procedures.
  • General examinations, surgery preparations, and various procedures, along with gathering patient histories Vaccinations and filing prescriptions.
  • Prepped all biopsies from surgeries for observation and shipment Assisted surgeon in surgery preparation and provided any assistance needed during surgery.
  • Assisted in surgery prep, kennel clean up, administered meds.
  • Administer vaccines, surgery prep, autoclave, ect.
  • Draw blood Placed IV catheters Radiographs IV fluid administration Surgery prep and vaccinations.
  • Assisted in Surgeries Animal Recovery Animal Feeding Dog Walking In-taking Administered Vaccinations Administered Medication Surgery Prep and Monitoring Customer Service

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16. Dental Procedures
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Here's how Dental Procedures is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Aided veterinarian with patient restraint, anesthesia monitoring and surgical/dental procedures.
  • Monitored and assisted multiple medical surgeries and dental procedures daily.
  • Administered anesthetics and monitored patients during surgeries and dental procedures.
  • Performed dental procedures and prepared animals for surgery.
  • Monitored anesthesia for surgeries and dental procedures.
  • Monitored anesthesia and performed dental procedures.
  • Prepared patients for surgery/dental procedures.
  • Cleaned kennels, held down dogs for doctors, did stool samples, walked dogs, and assisted with dental procedures.
  • Assisted in surgeries and responsible for nursing care and support of animals, including dental procedures and x-ray exams.
  • Performed dental procedures, including polishing, and removal of calculus, soft deposits, plaque and stains.
  • Completed routine examinations, as well as surgical and dental procedures on various animal breeds.
  • Assisted in the completion of routine examinations, as well as surgical and dental procedures.
  • Assisted with surgery as well as performed all technician approved dental procedures, and x-rays.
  • Assist veterinarians with clients, surgeries and dental procedures.
  • Assist in surgeries, dental procedures, and examinations.
  • Performed routine dental procedures on dogs and cats.
  • Assist in surgical and dental procedures.
  • Prepared and monitored animals for various surgical and dental procedures Provided care, grooming, and medication to hospital patients
  • Assisted the clinicians in surgical and dental procedures as well as pre- and postoperative care.
  • Assisted during dental procedures and cleanings Wrapped and sterilized surgical packs.

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17. Filling Prescriptions
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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in veterinary procedures including restraint/handling, charting, running lab tests, filling prescriptions and surgical procedures
  • Maintained pharmacy by filling prescriptions and managing inventory.
  • Experience with preparing laboratory work and filling prescriptions.
  • Front desk receptionist responsibilities, pharmacy tech/mixing and filling prescriptions, setting up specimens in the lab, scrubbing/sterilizing surgical instruments.
  • Assisted with answering phones, booking appointments, checking customers in and out, and filling prescriptions in the reception office.
  • Assisted doctor by calling patients in, filling prescriptions, collecting and running tests, developing x-rays, administered medications.
  • Assisted in preparing client invoices, filling prescriptions and preparing medications for patients as directed by the veterinarian.
  • Assist the veterinarian in performing physical exams, administering vaccines, doing blood draws, and filling prescriptions.
  • Assisted veterinarians with patient care, preparation for procedures and surgeries, and filling prescriptions.
  • Assisted with purchasing of supplies, including filling prescriptions and processed client orders.
  • Applied attention to detail while ordering and filling prescriptions from the doctors.
  • Assisted during surgeries, blood draws, and filling prescriptions.
  • Assisted Veterinarian and Technicians with physical exams, vaccine preparation, radiographs, filling prescriptions and surgical preparation.
  • Helped doctor with filling prescriptions * Recorded information in client/patient files * Experience in receptionist duties, pre-diagnostic check-in of patient
  • Assisted veterinarian in various duties, animal restraint, filling prescriptions, and limited surgical experience.
  • Assist with radiographs, lab work, filling prescriptions, and treatments.
  • Assisted in preparing for surgeries, treatments, radiographs, and filling prescriptions
  • Inventory, filling prescriptions, assist with medication orders)
  • Performed phlebotomy, in-house lab work, radiographs, and filling prescriptions.
  • Vet Tech Holding and taking care of animals Filling Prescriptions Administering Medicines and Vaccines Customer Service

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Here's how Front Desk is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Worked the front desk greeting customers, handling incoming and outgoing phone calls, and securing their pets for treatment.
  • Support front desk clerks by entering charges for client visits into the database and filing patients' charts.
  • Perform front desk responsibilities: Greet clients, answer phones, schedule appointments, and answer customer inquiries.
  • Provide back-up front desk duties, including answering phones, booking appointments, and filling prescriptions.
  • Handled the front desk as well as clerical laboratory research and accurately record data.
  • Assisted with reception / front desk-answering phones, booking appointments, admitting and discharging patients
  • Assisted as receptionist at front desk/scheduling appointments, processing payments and updating records.
  • Handled receptionist duties such as the front desk and any customers who entered.
  • Assist customers at the front desk face to face and over the phone.
  • Run the front desk as well as assist the veterinarian as needed.
  • Front desk, answering phones, making appointments, checking in clients.
  • Performed front desk duties such as scheduling appointments and interacting with clients.
  • Enhanced client and pet front desk experience by showing personal interest.
  • Scheduled appointments for client, front desk and paperwork.
  • Managed the front desk and extensive filing system.
  • Front desk, Dr assistant, surgical assistant.
  • Performed front desk duties quickly and efficiently.
  • Supported front desk staff with administrative needs.
  • Relieve front desk personal when needed.
  • Work (817) 281-1355 Responsibilities include front desk reception of costumers, answering phones and setting appointments.

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20. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Administered vaccines, prepared anesthesia, collected blood samples, monitored vital signs, observed animal behavior, and performed post-procedural care
  • Monitored patient vital signs during surgical procedures, and notified veterinarian of changes in stability.
  • Experienced taking pet's vital signs such as heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, pulse quality, etc.
  • Assisted with medical procedures on patients, recorded vital signs, gave medications, cleaned clinic as needed.
  • Assisted in surgeries by monitoring patients while they were under and recording their vital signs every 10 minutes.
  • Assist veterinarian and technicians in daily procedures as well as care for patients and take vital signs.
  • Obtain history regarding an animal, patient vital signs, and client education Diagnostic imaging: 1.
  • Assist with x-rays, run blood work, take vital signs of hospitalized patients.
  • Monitored patent's vital signs before, during, and after surgery.
  • Monitor patient's depth of anesthesia and vital signs during surgery.
  • Apply wound dressings, dental treatment, and take vital signs.
  • Gathered medical history of the pets and taking vital signs.
  • Monitored and controlled vital signs of pets while under anesthesia.
  • Check an animal's vital signs and temperatures.
  • Examined pets and took vital signs.
  • Trained on Cornerstone Software Assisted with Veterinary Surgical Duties including: Monitoring Vital Signs, Recovery, and Sanitizing Operating Room.
  • Performed venipunctures, applied wound dressings, cleaned teeth and took vital signs of animal, under supervision of veterinarian.
  • Assess vital signs, collect lab work, and provide pre- and post-operative care.
  • Acquire detailed patient history and vital signs Drawing up vaccines and booster shots
  • Examine patient.Educate Clients Administer injections.Prepare surgical equipment.Take vital signs.

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21. Catheter Placement
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Here's how Catheter Placement is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with anesthesia monitoring, catheter placement, calculated and administered medications, filled prescriptions, performed dental procedures.
  • Assisted in restraining pets for catheter placement
  • Helped restrain the patients for vaccines, blood draws, catheter placement, x-rays, and helped with prepping for surgery.
  • Assisted Veterinarians/Techs with procedures including, but not limited to blood draws, IV/Catheter placement, wound care, etc.
  • Provide direct and nursing care to hospitalized cats, includes assisting with blood draws and catheter placement.
  • Restrained animals for blood draws, catheter placements, EKG Tests, and X-Rays.
  • Administer medication, immunizations, and IV catheter placement to animals.
  • Experienced with blood draws and IV catheter placements.
  • Assisted Veterinarians in restraining animals during procedures, Iv catheter placement, Venipuncture, & administer vaccinations.
  • Performed venipuncture and IV catheter placements.
  • Assisted with the holding of resisting animals, blood draws, radiographs, and catheter placement (IV and urinary).
  • Check in appointments Restraint IV catheter placement Venipuncture Surgical prep and assistance, post-op care
  • Performed routine venipuncture, IV catheter placement, and radiology techniques.
  • Assist in catheter placement, intubation, anesthesia and euthanasia.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures, IV catheter placement, venipuncture, medication preparation, ran laboratory tests, and did radiographs.
  • Experienced in radiology, blood draw, restraint, catheter placement, fecal, ear cytology, idexx machines, ect.
  • Handle and restrain fractious cats for exam, blood draw, radiograph, catheter placement, pre-med, etc.
  • Administered oral and injectable medications at the Doctors direction , IV catheter placement.
  • Performed venipuncture, catheter placement, radiography, basic medication calculations, and in-house laboratory tests.
  • blood draws, catheter placement, intubation, U/S, etc.).

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22. Avimark
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Here's how Avimark is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Operated AVIMARK system to create/change/cancel appointments for multiple doctors.
  • General computer skills; fluent in Microsoft Office and AviMark (veterinary database)
  • Experience with the computer program, AviMark.
  • Supported practice manager by inputting medical documents and inventory into Avimark.
  • Performed receptionist duties and worked with Avimark veterinary software program
  • Manage patient records and appointments in AVImark software, and utilize Microsoft Office in day-to-day tasks.
  • Used Avimark Veterinary Software *Handled Care Credit, check, cash and credit card transactions.
  • Check in appointments and obtain a detailed medical history for veterinarians, using Avimark software.
  • Assist front office with phones, scheduling, record keeping and payments using Avimark software.
  • Provided computer entry and update of client records in Avimark software.
  • Used Infinity Veterinary Software as well as, Avimark Veterinary Software.
  • Learned Avimark computer program in less than a week.
  • Learned how to use Avimark proficiently.
  • Maintained client information in Avimark Software.
  • Maintained patient charts using AVImark software
  • Improved efficiencies by utilizing Avimark to monitor inventory to analyze client trends.
  • Performed administrative duties such as scheduling appointments, vaccinations, and surgeries using AVImark
  • Set up patient appointments and new client accounts using AVImark system.
  • Utilized Avimark software system, multi-line phone and multiple payment options.
  • Experience with Avimark and some Idexx software/machines.

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23. Treatment Areas
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Here's how Treatment Areas is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Cleaned all kennels, animal treatment areas, operating and x-ray rooms, re-stocked hospital, and all laundry duties.
  • Maintained excellent client service throughout the hospital (front lobby, exam rooms and treatment areas).
  • Escorted animals to the appropriate treatment areas, prioritizing animal safety and comfort at all times.
  • Prearranged treatment areas, exam rooms and labs for dental, spay/neuter and other surgeries.
  • Tasked with cleaning and disinfecting examination rooms, treatment areas, and animal housing.
  • Sanitized surgery room, exam rooms, cages, and treatment areas.
  • Clean and disinfect animal kennels, examine rooms, and treatment areas.
  • Clean and disinfect animal cages, exam rooms, and treatment areas.
  • Transported animals to and from exam rooms to treatment areas and kennels.
  • Maintained clean treatment areas, exam rooms and lab areas.
  • Maintained clean treatment areas, exam rooms and surgery suite.
  • Disinfect surgery and treatment areas, cages, and equipment.
  • Prepare and maintain the exam rooms and treatment areas.
  • Maintain cleanliness and safety of animal and treatment areas.
  • Maintained, stocked and cleaned surgical and treatment areas.
  • Keep exam rooms and treatment areas stocked and organized.
  • Restock exam rooms and treatment areas when needed.
  • Maintained clean treatment areas and examination rooms.
  • Clean and stock rooms and treatment areas, monitor and chang oxygen tanks as needed, and documentation.
  • Make sure the front desk, exam rooms andall treatment areas are cleaned and fully stocked.

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24. Pet Owners
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Here's how Pet Owners is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assist veterinarians with medical procedures on household pets * Liaison between pet owners and veterinarians * Perform and evaluate laboratory tests
  • Provided care of hospitalized animals taking vital signs, administer medications and explaining discharge medications to pet owners.
  • Educated the community about responsible pet ownership.
  • Educate pet owners on post-op care and calmly and patiently answer questions in what can be an emotionally charged environment.
  • Educated Clients and staff about new over the counter medications, hospital protocol, responsible pet ownership and wildlife care.
  • Eased the pet owners and answer any questions they may have about caring for their pet at home.
  • Consulted pet owners during follow up visits; help with customer retention and new customer acquisition.
  • Provided optimal customer service to all pets and pet owners referred to the hospital.
  • Provided pet owners with excellent customer service and compassionate care for their pets.
  • Greet and converse with pet owners visiting the clinic to relive their tension.
  • Provided quality support to pet owners regarding proper pet care and pet health.
  • Provided information and help to pet owners concerning animal health issues.
  • Educate pet owners about ways to handle pets and their medication.
  • Educated the community about responsible pet ownership and wildlife care.
  • Interpreted test results and explained them to pet owners.
  • Provide information and comfort to pet owners.
  • Collected information from pet owners for procedures reassured and comforted owners when pets were ill or were being euthanized.
  • Advised pet owners on safety and health practices to ensure no disease is transmitted from animals to humans.
  • Communicated with pet owners regarding their animals condition including their current and future treatment plan.
  • time Duties: Participate in distributing paperwork to pet owners Restraint of animal during immunization Occasionally help in syringe set up TPR

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25. Veterinary Technicians
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Here's how Veterinary Technicians is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborated with veterinarians and veterinary technicians to provide high-quality, safe, and effective veterinary services to small animals.
  • Assist veterinary technicians and veterinarian in medical procedures Dispense medications as prescribed by veterinarian Patient care and maintenance
  • Provide support to the veterinarians and veterinary technicians to ensure quality veterinary care for all pets.
  • Filled prescriptions for animals and assisted veterinary technicians with preparing animals and operational areas for surgery.
  • Communicate with veterinarian, veterinary technicians and all other associates to maintain optimal flow of patients.
  • Worked alongside veterinary technicians, learned customer relations, scheduling, patient discharge and check-in/out.
  • Assist Licensed Veterinary Technicians in monthly count of controlled substances for accuracy.
  • Assisted the veterinarian and veterinary technicians in emergency procedures.
  • Assist veterinary technicians with Restraining animals for procedures.
  • Help assist the veterinary technicians with everyday responsibilities.
  • Helped the veterinary technicians prepare animals for surgery.
  • Assisted Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians.
  • Utilize technical skills to the fullest, within state practice acts regarding duties of credentialed veterinary technicians.
  • Assisted veterinarians and veterinary technicians in treatment of patients at a full service, 6-doctor hospital.
  • Conveyed all messages to the doctors, veterinary technicians and staff promptly.
  • Assist Veterinary Technicians restrain animals for blood draw and placing catheters.
  • Assist the Doctors and Veterinary Technicians in medical procedures.
  • Assisted with surgical preparation and sterilization - Coordinate check-ins and assist veterinary technicians in administering vaccines at shot clinics
  • Worked among a team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians in providing medical care for small animals.
  • Ensured the best quality of care by maximizing the veterinarians/veterinary technicians productivity acting as extra eyes, ears, and hands.

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26. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained client coordination and education of current medical protocols, scheduling, data entry of treatment estimates, financial/medical advisement.
  • Completed necessary paperwork and performed data entry.
  • Managed front office, customer service, client files, light accounting, data entry and kennel boarding.
  • Provided general administrative assistance, data entry, and customer service in a high volume office.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Assist in areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, and file organization.
  • Assisted with all office support Answering phones, data entry, filing and any additional task.
  • Performed clerical duties including answering phones, extensive data entry work and other administrative tasks.
  • Front desk duties, answered phones, strong data entry, and filed paperwork.
  • Managed scheduling, data entry, brief client education, and surgical monitoring.
  • Managed invoice processes including data entry, discounting, and reconciliation.
  • Performed filing, data entry, and other various office tasks.
  • Train new employees on computer programs and data entry software.
  • Answered phones, computer data entry in patients charts.
  • Performed data entry for patient files Assisted in surgeries performed on patients Sample of Drafting and Design Work
  • Performed data entry for shipping orders ( for pet food) and invoicing.
  • Scheduled appointments and assisted veterinarian with all procedures performed Performed data entry for ambulatory services and tracked procedures for billing
  • Scheduled Appointments Recorded and Filed Documents Assisted Veterinarian in Exam Rooms and Surgery Data Entry and Document Filing
  • Schedule appointments Answer phones Assist Veterinary in surgery Data Entry Explain post-surgery directions to clients
  • Greet Patients Appointment Scheduling Inventory Audits Filing Patient records Data Entry

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27. Idexx
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Here's how Idexx is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Experienced with medical software such as AviMark and IDEXX Laboratories, in conjunction with Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Worked with IDEXX lab analyst machines, assisted in reading stool and urine samples, and developed x-rays.
  • Perform diagnostic imaging and lab work using IDEXX machines and technology.
  • Performed lab analysis and SNAP tests using IDEXX test equipment.
  • Collect specimens and ran appropriate test, Including IDEXX.
  • Operate diagnostic equipment such as radiographic equipment, IDEXX and other laboratory equipment.
  • Perform and facilitate laboratory diagnostics with IDEXX equipment and services such as the Lasercyte, VetTest, and Snap tests.
  • Collected data for large-scale veterinary studies, such as IDEXX heartworm prevalence study, and prepared reports.
  • Check in and check out pets on the computer using Idexx Cornerstone Practice Management Systems.
  • Process, log and file incoming client Idexx lab results accurately.
  • Run in-house blood work using Idexx machines.
  • Certified through Idexx for the Vet Test.
  • Experience with Idexx in-house lab equipment and Reference labs, Idexx PACS, and the Laser Cite companion therapy laser.
  • Utilized Idexx and Abaxis automatic cell counting and blood chemistry technology.
  • Blood draws and running bloodwork using Idexx laboratory equipment.
  • Experience with AVImark and IDEXX pacs - digital imaging.
  • Operated and maintained Idexx and Heska laboratory machines.
  • Use idexx blood machines and digital radiology .Input notes, patient overview and details into computer.
  • Run lab tests on Idexx Lasercyte and Catalyst Dx Vetlab analyzers.
  • Experience using IDEXX laboratory machines (Procyte Dx, Idexx Vet-lab station, Snapshot Dx, and Catalyst Dx).

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28. Diagnostic Tests
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Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Performed intake interviews and analyzed information, allowing for rapid determination and administration of diagnostic tests and treatments.
  • Restrain animals during laboratory tests or diagnostic tests.
  • Performed routine laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Assist with running diagnostic tests on sick animals to determine what was wrong with them.
  • Performed diagnostic tests: urinalysis, skin testing, complete blood work, fecal floats.
  • Performed routine laboratory and diagnostic tests, as well as maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Performed countless diagnostic tests including radiography, urinalysis, and blood work.
  • Perform routine laboratory and diagnostic tests, took and developed x-rays.
  • Preform diagnostic tests including digital X-rays and dental X-rays.
  • Assisted in filling prescriptions and running diagnostic tests.
  • Perform routine lab or diagnostic tests.
  • Perform routine diagnostic tests on animals.
  • Develop dietary and nutritional plans to reach optimal weight Performed routine laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Perform routine laboratory or diagnostic tests, such as samples of stools, blood, serum, urine and developing radiographs.
  • Assist veterinarians, medicate and monitor patients, draw blood, give fluids, restrain animals, perform diagnostic tests.
  • Perform routine in house laboratory and diagnostic tests, such as taking radiographs.
  • Performed blood work, radiographs, and other diagnostic tests on patients.
  • Prepared vaccinations, medications, radiographs, and diagnostic tests.
  • Performed diagnostic tests for Heartworm and Lyme Disease.
  • assist in exams, take notes, prep for surgery, administer vaccines, draw bloodun diagnostic tests

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29. Veterinary Procedures
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Here's how Veterinary Procedures is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Care and feeding of hospitalized animals, assistance with routine and surgical veterinary procedures
  • Cleaned and maintained facilities, assisted with low level veterinary procedures.
  • Performed multiple veterinary procedures under instruction of Veterinarian.
  • Assisted with surgical cases and veterinary procedures.
  • Assisted with acupuncture and herbal veterinary procedures.
  • Hold and restrain animals for veterinary procedures.
  • Restrained patients during veterinary procedures.
  • Restrained animals during veterinary procedures.
  • Educated clients on medical, pharmaceutical and OTC products and the benefits of wellness checks and other veterinary procedures.
  • Communicate with the client effectively about proper care of animals, standard veterinary procedures, and preventive care.
  • Completed preparatory work for veterinary procedures, to ensure that clients and pets are comfortable in the hospital
  • Assisted during all veterinary procedures ranging from surgery and lab work to inventory and office duties.
  • Greeted clients and performed various office duties * Prepped for and assisted with veterinary procedures
  • Assisted in all duties of veterinary procedures as directed by the veterinarian.
  • Enhanced knowledge about various vaccines, products and veterinary procedures.
  • Performed routine laboratory and diagnostic tests.Restrained animals during veterinary procedures.
  • Assisted Vets for scheduled appointments, surgery preparation, x-rays, bandge/splint removal, and any other routine veterinary procedures.
  • Assisted in veterinary procedures including surgery and wound treatment Medicated animal patients Assisted in inventory count
  • Restrain animals for veterinary procedures Communicate medical information with clientele Assist in clinic inventory
  • Assisted with veterinary procedures, -Counted pills and labeled, -Cleaned

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30. Preventative Care
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Here's how Preventative Care is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Aided with farm calls, preparation for and assistance in large animal surgeries, preventative care, and pregnancy confirmation.
  • Deliver quality care to pets and their owners by knowledge of preventative care, health needs and treatments.
  • Educated clients on the importance of preventative care and the proper ways to care for their pets.
  • Specialized in assisting clients with scheduling appointments, going over the importance of dental and preventative care.
  • Educated clients on preventative care, health needs of their pets, treatment options and hospital services.
  • Educate clients about Optimum Wellness Plans, preventative care, pet health needs and hospital services.
  • Educated clients about preventative care, pet health needs, clinic services and treatments, etc.
  • Informed clients about preventative care, which in turn increased sales of optional products.
  • Prepare and go over discharge instructions, including proper preventative care with owners.
  • Communicate to clients the importance of routine preventative care for their pets.
  • Provided client education on preventative care and pet health needs.
  • Executed house calls for emergencies and preventative care.
  • Collected all payments and maintained preventative care plans.
  • Educated clients on preventative care for animals.
  • Educated clients about pets' preventative care.
  • Can educate clients on preventative care.
  • Discussed the preventative care and medical needs of each patient with the client/ owner, including pre-operative and post-operative care.
  • Accomplished at clear client education regarding preventative care including teeth brushing, taking meds, health care tips.
  • Restrained animals for vaccinations Operated POS system Educated clients on preventative care and vaccinations
  • Assembled vaccinations for the doctor Administered IV fluids to sick patients Prepared surgery patients Coordinated appointments Preventative Care Reminders

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31. DVM
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Here's how DVM is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Served as an assistant to three DVM's and a small staff of veterinary technicians and fellow assistants.
  • Record medical notes and assist DVM with physical exams, x-rays, retrieving samples and vaccinating.
  • Assist co-workers, groomer and DVM as needed with care and handling of animals.
  • Practiced as a highly skilled veterinary assistant to multiple emergency DVM's.
  • Assisted DVM in patient care, handled laboratory samples and filled prescriptions.
  • Assisted DVM in examination, treatment, and x-ray of small animals.
  • Assisted DVM and technicians with restraint during examinations and tests.
  • Record patient history into paper files to report to DVM.
  • Cross trained receptionist and assistant in multiple DVM practice.
  • Utilized MS word and excel and DVM software.
  • Assist the DVM as needed in the clinic.
  • Facilitate communication between regional leadership and the hospital team including DVMs.
  • Prepare patients for surgery and assist DVM in surgery, monitor anesthesia, recover and extubate patients post surgery.
  • Assisted with on interpretation of lab results to diagnose veterinary disorders and recommend treatment plans to DVM.
  • Assisted DVMs with routine physical exams and medical procedures including surgery.
  • Maintain appointment schedule and patient records in DVMax and on paper.
  • Assist DVMs with appointments, drop offs, and surgeries.
  • Recruited 4 new staff members who went on to become LVTs and 4 staff members that are now DVMs.
  • Assist DVM with duties necessary without certification, including transfusions and venipuncture, Urinalysis and X ray placement.
  • Assist DVMS, and LVTs with radiographs.

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32. Cornerstone
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Here's how Cornerstone is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule and classify client appointments using Cornerstone technology and calendar spreadsheets.
  • Hired as a consultant for administration of Cornerstone practice management software.
  • Managed data and records in Cornerstone software application.
  • Experience in navigating and utilizing Cornerstone database.
  • Front office tasks - Answering phones, scheduling appointments, filing/making charts, receipting out clients using the Cornerstone System.
  • Used Cornerstone and Vet Plan software to schedule appointments, make notes, update patient/client information and for billing.
  • Answered phones, applied payments, used medical charting as well as cornerstone clinic software.
  • Answer client questions, schedule appointments, and file medical documents using Cornerstone and DVMAX
  • Assist front office with phones, scheduling, and payments using Cornerstone software along.
  • Use a program called Cornerstone to access and process client/patient information.
  • Book appointments and keep accurate patient/client records using Cornerstone software.
  • Inputted appointments and checked vaccine records for clients via Cornerstone.
  • Assembled charts and updated patient information in Cornerstone program.
  • Checked in and out clients using cornerstone.
  • Worked with cornerstone computer program.
  • Experienced with Cornerstone Idexx Laboratory Systems
  • Manage the veterinarians' daily appointments and emergency cases through Cornerstone database program.
  • Create estimates and make appointments using Avimark and Cornerstone.
  • Use of Cornerstone/Idexx computer software.
  • Prepare for surgery , clean sx instruments , surgery wraps , 2012-2015 Cornerstone knowledge

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Here's how IM is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Restrained animals to maintain safety for veterinarian and assisting team.
  • Restrained animals while the veterinarian examined or treated them.
  • Restrained animals during examinations conducted by the veterinarian.
  • Vaccinated animals and administered medications orally and intravenously.
  • Collected specimens and performed laboratory tests.
  • Completed assigned tasks quickly and efficiently which created time for me to assist the veterinarian for routine health exams and surgery.
  • Assist in animal surgeries, hospitalizations, keeping assigned work areas clean and orderly for the pets boarding.
  • Collected lab specimens to be sent out for analysis Assisted the licensed veterinarian in the day-to-day operations.
  • Assisted the doctor in handling and restraining, feed and cared for hospitalized and boarding companion animals.
  • Looked after the day to day care of the animals at the vet clinic.
  • Collected and processed blood and fecal samples on a variety of domestic animals.
  • Respond, at any time, to emergency calls promptly and reliably.
  • Assisted vet with routine and emergency treatments for animals.
  • Performed laboratory tests and x-rays to animals.
  • Worked full-time, 30 hours a week.
  • Counseled clients on requirements for emigration and travel, providing documentation in a timely manner.
  • Collected specimens, processed them and analyzed lab samples..
  • Performed venipunctures and dressed animals wounds.
  • Checked animals lung sounds, heart rate and temperature.
  • Cleaned clinic Restrained, monitored animals Filed, reported test results to clients

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34. SQ
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Here's how SQ is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Administer medications and vaccinations to animals as directed by veterinarian PO, SQ, IM and IV routes.
  • Executed medical tasks including SQ fluids, x-rays, surgery preparation, anesthesia monitoring, post-op recovery.
  • Administer medications and immunizations as directed by veterinarian via PO, SQ, and IM route.
  • Administered oral, IM and SQ medications as well as SQ fluids.
  • Give SQ, IM injections for vaccinations or treatment upon request.
  • Administer injections to patients IV, IM, SQ
  • Administer fluids and injections (SQ only).
  • Placed IV catheters, ran routine blood work, and also gave IM, SQ, and IV injections.
  • Administered medications and fluid IV, SQ, IM, and PO.
  • Restrain animals, draw blood, give injections IV IM SQ.
  • Administered SQ, IM, and IV injections.
  • Full development to digital radiographs, administered SQ fluids, bandage change/repair and staple/suture removals.
  • Administered SQ fluids, vaccines, dewormer, oral and topical medications, microchips, and lime sulfur baths.
  • Give client educating on anything needed from giving meds to SQ fluids or whatever needs to be taught.
  • Give vaccinations Give sq fluids and medications.
  • Assist in surgery, anesthesia, and in AI horse breeding IM & SQ injections, oral medication 24 hr.
  • Handled and restrained dogs and cats * Administered injections (IM, IV, SQ) * Assisted in surgery
  • Restrained animals for radiographs, blood draws, vaccinations, SQ fluids, euthanasias, and various other procedures.
  • bald eagle, lemur, foxes, raccoons, turkey vulture, squirrel, etc.)
  • Assisted in animal restraint Scheduled appointments Drew up vaccines & medications Administered both IM & SQ injections Monitored surgeries Filled prescriptions

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35. CBC
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Here's how CBC is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained blood samples for laboratory testing and ran in-house CDP/CBC blood work.
  • Know basic CBC, hematology, urinalysis, blood glucose.
  • Run CBC and other laboratory test.
  • Run diagnostics (PCV, Blood Glucose, CBC, Chem, Electrolytes, Urinalysis, Blood Gases, etc.)
  • Help with all appointments, help pull blood from pets for CBC or SMAC tests, etc.
  • Run blood work on IOF, CBC and Electrolyte machine.
  • Run Complete Blood Count (CBC).
  • Operated diagnostic equipment such as cbc/chemistry/electrolyte machines, and digital radiography.
  • Cleaned the hospital Accomplishments I lightened the workload for the techs so they could run cbc and urine and fecal samples.
  • Completed In-House Laboratory tests including snap tests for Heartworm/Lyme or FIV/FeLV, electrolytes, CBC, urine dipsticks, etc.
  • Experience with Idexx blood chemistry, CBC and electrolyte equipment and ImproMed computer software.
  • Run laboratory tests including urinalyses, CBC, fecal, and heartworm tests.
  • Performed venipuncture, CBC, antigen and fecal tests, I.V.
  • Prepared laboratory tests including: full urinalysis, blood smears, blood chemistries and CBCs, and fecal directs and floats.
  • Prepared pre-anesthetic blood work, general blood work (Thyroid, CBC, PCV) fecal examinations and stains.
  • Perform lab work such as heartworm tests, fecal floatation, CBC and chemistry panels.
  • Can use a CBC machine, stethoscope Parasite identification and removal Wound care and bandaging
  • Aided in restraint of patients Performed venopuncture for CBC, SNAP test, etc.
  • Assisted veterinarian with Small animal care and treatment Assisted in blood draws, lab work (cbc, dri-chem, etc.
  • Pull blood on animals for diagnostics ie: heartworm tests, cbc, iof, electrolytes .

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36. Tprs
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Here's how Tprs is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained vitals/TPRs & administered injections as necessary.
  • Groom, animal care for our boarding patients, assist in collecting labs, tprs,
  • Performed TPRs and vaccinations as needed on all species.
  • Obtained TPRs and weights of animals.
  • Provided nursing care and took TPRs.
  • Key Results: Proficient in taking medical histories, TPRs, and performing various diagnostic procedures per the veterinarian on duty.
  • Perform basic physical exams on all patients, TPRs, pet restraint Collect samples-i.e.

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37. Bathe Dogs
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Here's how Bathe Dogs is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Give nail trims, and bathe dogs/cats upon owner request.
  • Walk, feed and bathe dogs in the boarding facility.
  • Walk, feed, and bathe dogs and cats that are boarding or in the hospital.
  • Clean kennels, walk dogs, dishes, laundry, bathe dogs, nail trim
  • Prepare animals for examinations and surgeryPerform anesthetic dental cleanings on both dogs and catsClean cages and exam roomsBathe dogsDog walking

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38. Sterilize Instruments
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Here's how Sterilize Instruments is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Sterilize instruments and equipment for necessary procedures.
  • Maintain and set up patient rooms, clean surgical site and sterilize instruments.
  • Record keeping, reception duties, restrain, clean, and sterilize instruments.
  • Clean, maintain, and sterilize instruments or equipment inside of mobile truck.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and materials and maintain equipment and machines.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Sterilize instruments, clean hospital, assist in restraining.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and materials used for surgery.
  • Clean, maintain, and sterilize instruments or equipment.
  • Assist veterinarians in examining animals to determine the nature of illnesses or injuries.Clean, maintain, and sterilize instruments or equipment.
  • Administer fluids, do dental cleanings, wash and sterilize instruments, take and develop radiographs.
  • Fill prescriptions Clean/sterilize instruments Manage money Prep patient for surgery
  • Experience using Infinity Software * Assist in surgical procedures * Sterilize instruments used during surgery * Prepare vaccines.
  • Assist doctors when needed Sterilize instruments Maintain clean environment daily Supervise the animals Handling prescribe meds
  • bet holding animalsfill medicationsprepare for surgerysterilize instruments answer phones make appt.send out reminder cardsmonthly client billsfilingclearingall kennel dutiestraining new employees

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39. Client Communication
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Here's how Client Communication is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Discovered a new appreciation for the importance of client communication in veterinary medicine.
  • Documented patient histories, initial physical examinations and client communications.
  • Answer phones Data Entry/Invoicing/Basic Accounting Greeting clients/Client communication Assist veterinarians
  • Provide effective client communication and client education.
  • Developed client communication and animal restraint skills.
  • Performed client communications and education.
  • Perform client communication and education on procedures, veterinary services, wellness exams, vaccinations, and preventative health care.
  • Restrain animals, client communication and education, assist people on phone, schedule appointments, and surgeries.
  • Managed client communication, checking in appointment, assisting in treatments, and writing up charts.
  • Assisted with office visits, exams and client communication and product sales.
  • Involved with client communications, face-to-face and over the phone.
  • Worked as a receptionist and exceeded through client communications.
  • Direct client communication about their pet's medical status.
  • Process client communication and maintain detailed charts for patients.
  • Monitored anesthesia, administered fluids and medications, restrained animals, processed and aided with radiograph exposure, and client communication.
  • Head technician, Anesthesia,Critical care, Monitoring patients, Client communication, reception.
  • can maximize my veterinarian assistant skills and my client communication skills.
  • Assist with exam appointments and surgeries * Draw blood and administer shots * Receptionist, Client communication
  • Check in and discharge of patients, including client communication and education, taking digital radiographs.
  • Pet care, phlebotomy, catheterization, phone calls, pharmacy, client communication.

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40. General Care
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Here's how General Care is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Provide general care and administer medication for animals recovering from surgical procedures, and animals being boarded.
  • Provided general care of hospitalized patients by feeding and walking animals.
  • Support Veterinarian with general care of hospitalized animals.
  • Advised animal owners regarding sanitary measures, feeding, general care, medical conditions and treatment options.
  • Educate pet owners about illnesses, medications and general care, and answer their questions and concerns.
  • Provided general care for in-house patients, such as feeding, bathing, walking and grooming.
  • Advised clients regarding in and out of home sanitary measures, feeding, and general care.
  • Answered phones, set up appointments, and answered questions on general care of pets.
  • Advised owners about sanitary procedures, feeding and general care to promote health of animals.
  • Educated animal owners regarding feeding, general care, and medical conditions.
  • Supervised employees in general care and maintenance of animals and holding areas.
  • Assisted in routine shots, surgeries, and general care for animals.
  • Assisted veterinarians and technicians in general care of small animals.
  • Provide general care for animals.
  • Educated clients about illnesses, medications, vaccine reactions and general care Performed proper handling and restraint of animals.
  • Assisted with radiography, phlebotomy, in-house lab testing, microscopic analysis, and general care of small animals.
  • Provided customers with information and advise concerning medical procedures, prescriptions, and general care of their pets.
  • Educated the pet's owner regarding feeding, general care, medical conditions and treatment options.
  • Attended surgeries Provided general care for animals Recorded information for daily charts
  • General care for animal Prep animals for surgeries Prepare invoices for clientele Prepare food for patients Clean patients rooms

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41. Blood Tests
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Here's how Blood Tests is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted veterinarian with vaccinations, blood tests, IV's, anesthesia, record keeping and maintenance of required medical logs.
  • Helped restrain dogs and cats of a variety of sizes and temperaments, and prepared vaccines and blood tests for veterinarians.
  • Assisted doctors in medical procedures such as running blood tests, drawing blood, and placing IV catheters.
  • Assist vet techs and doctors - draw vaccines, hold animals during exams, run various blood tests.
  • Collected, prepared, and analyzed ear cytology slides, urine specimens, and specific blood tests.
  • Prepared vaccines, blood tests, fecal samples, and cleaned surgical equipment (autoclave operation).
  • Utilized proper lab equipment and analyzed x-rays, blood tests, urinalysis, or medical swabs.
  • Performed laboratory tests such as fecal flotations and blood tests for various parasites or bacteria.
  • Performed lab work (urinalysis, blood tests, fecal floats, etc.)
  • Perform basic lab work, including blood tests, fecal and urinalysis.
  • Assisted Veterinarian during exams, ran blood tests and filled prescriptions.
  • Restrained animals as needed for vaccines and blood tests.
  • Perform blood draws, blood tests, and vaccinations.
  • Pulled and ran blood tests.
  • Conducted X-rays, operated centrifuge, ran in-house blood tests Encouraged the practice of pet identification and control within the community.
  • Perform lab work including urine analysis and blood tests.
  • Restrained small animals for physical exams and procedures Interpreted results of fecal floats and blood tests Recorded patient information in medical charts
  • Perform varies tests including venipuncture, blood tests (metabolic profile, and thyroid studies) and xrays.
  • Do follow up calls with pet owners regarding pets blood tests, medications and treatments .
  • Assist with the veterinarian or in clinic times and surgeries Clean kennels Feed animals Bathe animals Booster shots and blood tests

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42. Unusual Changes
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Here's how Unusual Changes is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Monitored and assessed patients in hospital wards along with notifying veterinarian of any unusual changes or symptoms.
  • Monitored animal patients during and after surgery; notified veterinarian any unusual changes or symptoms.
  • Monitor animals recovering from surgery and report any unusual changes to the veterinarian.
  • Monitored animals recovering from surgery and recorded unusual changes or symptoms.

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43. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in performing and recording proper treatment plans and preparatory procedures on outpatients.
  • Maintained an excellent rapport with clients, as I frequently educated them about their pets' medical issues and treatment plans.
  • Communicated with clients, provided education on animal care, discussed treatment plans confidently and answered any questions or concerns.
  • Discussed treatment plans and pricing, medications and proper administration, and the status of pets under care with clients.
  • Care for hospitalized dogs including intensive care support, surgery recovery and carrying out doctors' treatment plans.
  • Assisted in carrying out treatment plans for patients in the emergency department and critical care unit.
  • Communicate with clients to obtain medical history and explain treatment plans developed by the veterinarian.
  • Maintained communication with the veterinary staff on treatment plans and how the dogs were responding.
  • Followed through with instructions/treatment plans given by doctors and assisting others with their pet patients.
  • Educated clients on diagnosis, treatment plans, and preventative care for their pets.
  • Presented and prepared treatment plans, invoiced client charges and processed payments.
  • Go over treatment plans with clients and revise to accommodate finances.
  • Assisted veterinarians in coming up with treatment plans for patients.
  • Presented treatment plans and explained fees and processed payments.
  • Prepared surgery and wellness treatment plans for clients.
  • Review treatment plans and estimates with clients.
  • Provided clients with follow-up treatment plans.
  • Implemented treatment plans for patients.
  • Interpreted lab results to diagnose veterinary disorders and recommend treatment plans to veterinarian.
  • Discussed all medical treatment plans with clients in a manner to which they understood.Provided quality care.

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44. Anal Glands
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Here's how Anal Glands is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with blood draws, toe nail trims, expressing anal glands, bandage changes, retrieving temperature from the animals.
  • Clip nails, express anal glands, clean ears, brush, and clean out metal runs for current patients.
  • Perform hygiene-related duties such as clipping animals' claws, expressing anal glands, and / or cleaning ears.
  • Clean kennels, do nail trims and anal glands, give baths, draw blood and restrain for examination.
  • Performed grooming duties such as lion cuts, nail trims, anal glands, and baths.
  • Bathed/dried, trimmed nails, cleaned ears, brushed teeth, and expressed anal glands.
  • Bathe animals, clip nails, express anal glands and perform other minor grooming procedures.
  • Preformed services that included nail clipping, expressing anal glands, and weighing animals.
  • Trimmed nails, expressed anal glands, removed sutures and performed other routine procedures.
  • Expressed anal glands, trimmed nails, maintained cleanliness of kennels/runs and walked dogs.
  • Assisted with restraining for blood draws, nail trims and anal glands.
  • Assist groomer as needed for expression of anal glands or aggressive patients.
  • Bathe, clip nails, and also expressed anal glands.
  • Trim nails, express anal glands.
  • Restrained animals for the veterinarian, bathe the animals (expressed anal glands, cleaned ears, trimmed nails, etc.
  • Assist with induction, venipunture, placing IV catheters, taking radiographs, nail trims, expressing anal glands, etc.
  • Communicate orders post-operatively, medication regimens, and follow-up care to pet owner Perform nail trims and express anal glands.
  • Performed routine bloodwork, urine tests, radiographs, nail trims and anal glands.
  • Administered shots Gave bath and clipped nails Cleaned anal glands Assisted doctor with examinations and surgery
  • Placed catheters - Draw Blood - Ear Swab & Ear Cleaning - X-rays - Vaccinations - Anal Glands Expression

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45. Surgery Packs
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Here's how Surgery Packs is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Clean surgery utensils, make surgery packs, run errands, assist Technicians/Veterinarian, inventory (Vet Assistant duties).
  • Assisted vet staff when required and was responsible for daily cleaning and prep of surgery packs.
  • Have knowledge of the use of the autoclave used it daily with the surgery packs.
  • Assist vet tech with the animals, sterilize and wrap surgery packs.
  • Prepare surgery packs for the Doctor, which consists of sterilizing tools.
  • Cleaned surgery packs, as well as general cleaning of the clinic.
  • Assembled surgery packs as well as gave atropine injections to prep for surgery
  • Prepare surgery packs and cycle them through the sterilization machine.
  • Autoclave all surgery instruments, drapes, and surgery packs.
  • Started with dishes, laundry and surgery packs via autoclave.
  • Cleaned, repacked, and sterilized surgery packs.
  • Prepare surgery packs to be sanitized for surgery.
  • Cleaned surgery packs and prepared surgery area.
  • Cleaned surgical instruments and put together surgery packs Worked with shelter volunteers to load/unload animals.
  • Washed and sterilized surgery packs Assisted the Veterinarian in exams and treatments
  • Prepared surgery packs and ran the autoclave.
  • Enter and update animal medical records Sterilize instruments and prepare surgery packs Work closely with team members, volunteers and shelter patrons
  • Cleaned and feed animal Administered medicine at specific times Prepared surgery packs Sterilized gowns and equipment Qualities: Hardworking.
  • Clean instruments, wrap surgery packs Animal restraint for procedures Cytology staining Prepared fecal slides Laundry
  • keep all surgery packs sterle (autoclava) did bathing, clean hospital & kennel.Answer phone and made appointments.

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46. Computer System
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Here's how Computer System is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Recorded medical information and input into Infinity Computer System Software.
  • Keep accurate notes from observations and place them into the computer system for the medical and boarding records of the animals.
  • Handled client inquiries and concerns, using the AVS computer systems, answered a 3-line phone.
  • Used the required computer system to review and update patient medical history.
  • Experienced in sales and working with Cornerstone (Veterinary computer system).
  • Record notes in charts and type them into computer system.
  • Input food and supply orders into the computer system daily.
  • Schedule and manage clients appointments using the AviMark computer system.
  • Input invoices into computer system and handled accounts receivables.
  • Record all animal history within the computer systems.
  • Input information into client files and computer system.
  • Update information in the computer system.
  • Use of Cornerstone computer system.
  • Maintained a cash drawer, payments, phones, computer system Avi Mark, vaccines, Etc.
  • Used Avimark computer system, assisted doctor with routine procedures, weights, suture removals, etc.
  • Handle client inquiries and concerns, using AVIMark computer systems.
  • gather client history for veterinarians - enter procedures and tests in the computer system
  • Update patient records and client information in clinic's computer system .
  • input inventory into computer system make appointments/answer phones/greet clients fill patient prescriptions
  • blood) for diagnostics, animal restraints, administering medications to patients, acquiring radiographs, and managing the computer system.

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47. Administer Medications
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Here's how Administer Medications is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Help veterinarians administer medications, treatments and prep animals for surgery.
  • Prepare and administer medications or treatments as prescribed by veterinarians.
  • Perform procedures and administer medications and vaccinations as prescribed.
  • Administer medications to sick animals and injured animals.
  • Walk and feed all boarding and hospitalized patients, administer medications and observe throughout the day for abnormalities.
  • Feed and administer medications to hospitalized animals and record all pertinent medical information in the patient's chart.
  • Work in a team to administer medications and prevention practices in accordance to corporate policy.
  • Administer medications via intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and oral routes.
  • Administer medications, vaccines, and treatments as instructed by veterinarian.
  • Administer medications, vaccines, and treatments prescribed by a veterinarian.
  • Perform lab tests, prepare vaccinations and administer medications.
  • Placed IV needles in patients to administer medications.
  • Administer medications and treatments per orders.
  • Administer medications to in-house animals as prescribed by the veterinarians Provide pre-operative and post-operative care to animals.
  • Assist vet with clients Assist in surgeries Administer Medications/treatments Run diagnostics/test
  • entrusted with opening and closing clinic ability to multi- task able to administer medications
  • Administer vaccinations Assist in major surgeries Administer medications Assist in patient visits Check patients in and out of the hospital
  • Answer Phone Schedule appointments Cash Register/Processed transactions Assist vet with clients Assist in surgeries Administer medications/treatments
  • Help restrain patients Administer medications and vaccines Stock all products Process in coming orders Maintain a clean environment Talk to clients
  • Maintain charts Collect blood and urine specimens Perform lab tests Take X-Rays Monitor surgeries Administer medications Assist with euthanasia Communicate with clients

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48. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Managed office supplies including ordering products and documenting stock levels.
  • Manage an up to date inventory of office supplies, medications, and products sold and used in the office.
  • Maintain office supplies, accounts receivable, daily deposits, organize and maintain patient files and maintain office equipment.
  • Ordered medication inventory, general office supplies and other miscellaneous items as needed within the clinic.
  • Inventory Maintenance-all office supplies and medical supplies for the office and for the Stockyards.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies and drug inventory.
  • Ordered all office supplies and pet care supplies using PC based inventory system.
  • Managed point-of-sale payment system and clinic inventory, from office supplies to pharmaceuticals.
  • Oversee inventory of both medical and office supplies and supply orders.
  • Procured office supplies, managed scheduling, accounting and business functions.
  • Ordered, stocked, and distributed office supplies as needed.
  • Ordered office supplies, dispensed medications and made progress calls.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Assist in managing inventory of medical and office supplies.
  • Manage medical inventory, equipment and office supplies.
  • Searched for best vendors and ordered office supplies.
  • Ordered office supplies and equipment as directed.
  • Placed orders for office supplies and medications.
  • Maintained office and office supplies.
  • Assist doctor with minor exams* Maintaining office supplies* Entering timesheets

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49. Notify Veterinarians
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Here's how Notify Veterinarians is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Monitor animals recovering from surgery and notify veterinarians of any unusual changes or symptoms.
  • Monitor and maintain the heath of animals under the facilities care and notify veterinarians of any unusual changes or symptoms.

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50. New Clients
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Here's how New Clients is used in VET Assistant jobs:
  • Scheduled appointments and surgeries*Prepared documents needed for new clients and/or updated existing client information and medical history.
  • Performed all office functions as needed including entering new clients into veterinary clinic software.
  • Assisted new clients by completing required documentation and entering information into electronic records.
  • Lead position in assisting new clients, veterinary technicians and licensed veterinarians.
  • Schedule appointments, handle phone calls/computer operations and set up new clients and patients while preparing and maintaining medical records.
  • Obtain previous records on new clients, and aid in the maintenance of current clients records.
  • Answered phone inquiries, scheduled appointments and set up new clients and patients.
  • Set up new clients, make appointments, set up surgical days.
  • Created files for new clients and maintained an organized system of filing.
  • Filed records and helped put together files on new clients.
  • Maintained records control, acquired new clients and handled concerns.
  • Processed new clients and patients for incoming procedures.
  • Add new clients into the database.
  • Secure new clients and customers.
  • Promoted clinic services and brought in dozens of new clients through free outreach programs such as puppy pre-school classes.
  • Key contributions: Generated revenue by increasing number of new clients to new office by approximately 200%.
  • Obtained the highest percentage of sales of Banfield Optimum Wellness Plans to new clients every quarter.
  • checked in new clients assisted in surgery assisted in dental work took x-rays checked clients vitals

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20 Most Common Skills For A VET Assistant

Routine Laboratory Tests

14.3%

Animal Care

9.5%

Surgical Procedures

8.4%

Exam Rooms

8.0%

Patient Care

7.6%

Scheduling Appointments

6.2%

Anesthesia

5.6%

Customer Service

5.0%

Medical Records

4.8%

Blood Pressure

4.8%

IV

4.4%

Urine Samples

3.1%

Phone Calls

3.1%

Veterinary Assistant

3.1%

Surgery Prep

2.6%

Dental Procedures

2.4%

Filling Prescriptions

2.1%

Front Desk

2.0%

Nail Care

1.6%

Vital Signs

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A VET Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Routine Laboratory Tests 11.4%
2 Animal Care 7.6%
3 Surgical Procedures 6.7%
4 Exam Rooms 6.4%
5 Patient Care 6.1%
6 Scheduling Appointments 4.9%
7 Anesthesia 4.5%
8 Customer Service 4.0%
9 Medical Records 3.9%
10 Blood Pressure 3.8%
11 IV 3.5%
12 Urine Samples 2.5%
13 Phone Calls 2.5%
14 Veterinary Assistant 2.4%
15 Surgery Prep 2.1%
16 Dental Procedures 1.9%
17 Filling Prescriptions 1.7%
18 Front Desk 1.6%
19 Nail Care 1.3%
20 Vital Signs 1.1%
21 Catheter Placement 1.1%
22 Avimark 1.0%
23 Treatment Areas 1.0%
24 Pet Owners 1.0%
25 Veterinary Technicians 0.9%
26 Data Entry 0.9%
27 Idexx 0.9%
28 Diagnostic Tests 0.9%
29 Veterinary Procedures 0.8%
30 Preventative Care 0.8%
31 DVM 0.8%
32 Cornerstone 0.7%
33 IM 0.7%
34 SQ 0.7%
35 CBC 0.7%
36 Tprs 0.6%
37 Bathe Dogs 0.6%
38 Sterilize Instruments 0.6%
39 Client Communication 0.5%
40 General Care 0.5%
41 Blood Tests 0.5%
42 Unusual Changes 0.5%
43 Treatment Plans 0.5%
44 Anal Glands 0.5%
45 Surgery Packs 0.5%
46 Computer System 0.4%
47 Administer Medications 0.4%
48 Office Supplies 0.4%
49 Notify Veterinarians 0.4%
50 New Clients 0.4%
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