This course requires an employment experience at a veterinary practice or clinic of at least 320 contact hours. A training sponsor at the employment site will provide supervision, in cooperation Read More »

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Refinement of hematology and other skills acquired in Veterinary Clinical Pathology II. Additional units include urinalysis, electro­cardiography, necropsy, cytology, parasitology and specialized clinical procedures. Prerequisites: AGV 168 – Veterinary Clinic Pathology Read More »

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This course is a continuation of Animal Nursing II. Emphasis is on radiology, dentistry, emergency care, record keeping, anesthesiology and surgical assistance. Prerequisites: AGV 162 – Animal Nursing II

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This course involves the study of pharmacology, application of an­esthetic agents, the physiological effects and means of monitoring them, principles and administration of inhalant anesthetics, and a broad overview of Read More »

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Basic clinical pathology laboratory procedures including speci­men collection and preservation, hematology, and fecal exam preparation. Hematology will include preparation and performance of PCV, Hb, WBC, RBC counts, preparation and staining Read More »

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