- Monitor animal care, maintenance, or breeding; or packing and transfer activities to ensure work is done correctly.
- Inoculate animals against various diseases such as rabies or distemper.
- Specialize in a particular type of treatment, such as dentistry, pathology, nutrition, surgery, microbiology, or internal medicine.
- Educate the public about diseases that can be spread from animals to humans.
- Collect body tissue, feces, blood, urine, or other body fluids for examination and analysis.
- Train or supervise workers who handle or care for animals.
- Assess patients’ general physical appearance.
- Educate patients on topics such as meditation and treatment plan.
- Examine instruments, equipment, and operating room to ensure sterility.
- Run tests such as ear cytologies and blood screens.
- Educate the public about Zoonotic diseases.
- Perform radiography for animals requiring additional diagnostic testing.
- Collect specimens from patients for examination and analysis.
- Collaboration with all veterinary staff and other hospitals to ensure excellent patient care.
- Calculate and administer drugs as prescribed by the doctor.
- Prepare and start treatment for patient hospitalization.
- Triage patients upon arrival to identify emergency status.
- Placing intravenous catheters for procedures and hospitalization
- Assessing and monitoring patient recovery in veterinary intensive care unit
- Documenting changes on patient’s medical condition, managing medication doses, and ventilatory support
- Preparing laboratory tests such as urinalysis, ear cytologies, fecal, and blood chemistry tests and communicating results to the specialist
- Assisting Veterinarian
- Blood draws
- Obtaining temperature, pulse, respirations
- Client communication/education
- Bandage/splint placements
- Administering medications
- Preparing patients for surgery