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The meaning of National Veterinary Technician Week

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Ashley Kinsley, CVT, shares what this week means to her and her advice for future technicians

Veterinary technician content is sponsored by Elanco for the month of October.

In an interview with dvm360 at the Fetch Coastal conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Ashley Kinsley, CVT, shares her appreciation for this week and how it can help celebrate the hard work veterinary technicians do. She also gives advice for new technicians just starting out or anyone who is currently considering the profession.

The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Ashley Kinsley, CVT: National Vet Tech Week is an opportunity for us to celebrate our career, what we do, [and] how hard we work. Getting to show our compassion and put our heart and soul into what we do. So that's what I think that vet tech week means to me.

Get yourself enrolled in a very good technician program. It's a lifesaver. And not only does it give you the book aspect of it, but also you get to work in clinical stuff. You get the hands on with doing externships.

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