A Proven Track Record
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
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