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Advice for veterinary technician students

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Downtown Charlotte, NC

In this interview at the Fetch dvm360® conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, Walter Brown, RVTg, VTS, ECC, offers invaluable insight for future veterinary technicians.

During this dvm360® interview, Walter Brown, RVTg, VTS, ECC, stresses the importance of formal education, obtaining licensure, gaining experience, and more when pursuing a career as a veterinary technician.

View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript:

Walter Brown, RVTg, VTS, ECC: You should always look for formal education to know why you're doing the things. Formal education is important, especially moving forward in our industry as far as advancing the industry and veterinary professionals and advancing the veterinary [technician] community.

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