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MY EXPERIENCE

A Proven Track Record

VETERINARY ASSISTANT

June 2017 - Present

  • Horizon Veterinary Emergency Hospital '17-19, Carpinteria Veterinary Hospital '19 - Present

  • Care for boarding and hospitalized animals, including but not limited to: cage cleaning, exercising, feeding, observation for signs of illness, laundry, bathing procedures, and keeping animals clean

  • Feed each animal as prescribed by attending doctor, recording appetite +/- and signs of illness

  • Ensure that every animal released is clean, properly groomed, and looking better than on arrival. 

  • Receive animals to be admitted for hospital care as directed by the doctor or technician.

  • Ensure that each animal has proper identification, including name tags, cage cards, and medical records in the appropriate place

  • Maintaining a professional, cheerful, and helpful attitude when interacting with pet owners.

  • Stocking of hospital supplies, filling out requisition forms as supplies are needed, as described in the assistant manual. 

  • Expected graduation of Veterinary Technician Certification January 2021

EQUESTRIAN BARN ASSISTANT / OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

July 2013-July 2015

  • Fed horses.

  • Muck out stalls.

  • Turned out horses to paddocks.

  • Wrapped horses' legs.

  • Assisted with veterinary treatments.

  • Supervise young riders club 

  • Kept inventory - ordered supplies, equipment, and feed

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA / SONORA HIGH SCHOOL

August 2009 - June 2013

  • FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

  • FFA develops members’ potential and helps them discover their talent through hands-on experiences, which give members the tools to achieve real-world success.

  • I personally cared for a lamb, a pig, several chickens, and a heffer during my high school FFA experience