The ROP Veterinary Assistant Program . . .
allows graduates to start working in the veterinary field doing what they love – helping animals. Upon completion of the program, graduates will have the chance to work in a variety of locations, including: animal hospitals, animal clinics, kennels, doggie daycare facilities, grooming facilities, mobile vet services, animal shelters, and laboratories.
A veterinary assistant . . . .
is someone who usually has experience working in the animal care field but is not a licensed vet tech. Most veterinary assistants are responsible for doing front office work in a veterinary office, clinic or animal shelter. They can assist during surgeries or procedures as needed, but they usually cannot administer medication, give injections or do procedures on their own.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics . .
the demand for professional veterinary services will rise more then 22 percent by the year 2014. This represents one of the largest growth opportunities available as the pet care industry continues to expand. This program can give you the experience necessary to launch you into a variety of exhilarating and enriching animal-related professions.
Veterinary Assistant Program copywrite 2011