Book Review: Becoming A Veterinary Assistant by Ingrid Houde
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Ingrid Houdeabout this book: If you've ever wondered what it's REALLY like to be a veterinary assistant, look no further. In "Becoming A Veterinary Assistant", the author takes you beyond the technical aspects of the job, and gives you an inside look at the rare skills you'll need to excel, as well as all the things you would only learn after years of experience.
This information is the culmination of almost two decades of experience, from a seasoned veteran of the field. A MUST READ for anyone looking to enter the field of animal health.
Endorsed by instructors of veterinary assistant programs, "Becoming A Veterinary Assistant" clears misconceptions of what working in veterinary clinics is like, and helps newcomers to match their expectations with the experience.
As one reader says, "I wish this book was available to me when I was instructing my program. It solidifies many important factors of the profession."
You don't need to use trial and error on the job for years; all the answers are available in "Becoming A Veterinary Assistant", by Ingrid Houde.
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An eye opener if you want to work in a clinicThis really is everything they DON'T tell you when you get into the vet field. I wish I had read this earlier, and recommend it to anyone who works in a vet clinic. Although I do enjoy my job, and I'm glad I chose the career I did, this book helps to explain things I may not have thought of or expected, and is a great guide to help new employees go into it with their eyes open. [by Meagen]
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