Why you should consider becoming an oncology vet tech


In this video interview with dvm360®, Jenny Fisher, RVT, VTS, offers up invaluable advice to veterinary technicians who are interested in oncology.

During an interview with dvm360® at the New York Vet Show in New York, New York, Jenny Fisher, RVT, VTS, got candid about her journey into the veterinary oncology sector, plus disclosed why she believes more veterinary technicians should consider working in this field.

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

Jenny Fisher, RVT, VTS: Oncology was not something that I wanted to do. I'll be honest, I took an oncology job because it was great pay and great benefits and it took me about 2 weeks, and then I realized what I had been missing. [Oncology] also made me realize the preconceived notions I had coming into the position. But once I got some education—and some facts about cancer medicine—it completely changed how I saw these patients.

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