VET 140 - Principles of Animal Health Care
This course is a prerequisite to all clinical laboratory or veterinary science courses. It introduces routine nursing procedures such as correct animal restraint; routes of administration of medications; and the temperature, pulse, and respiration of both large and small animals. It presents the history and scope of the veterinary profession and discusses the breeds of small and large animals. A primary objective of this course is to familiarize students with nursing procedures and the collection of samples in order to eliminate wasted time in later courses.
Note: Restricted to Veterinary Technician Students. Current tetanus vaccination, current rabies vaccination, and proof of health insurance coverage are required.
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