Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee), guaynabo, puerto rico – September 2, 2014
Obtain and record patient case histories, prepare animals, instruments and equipment for surgery, provides specialized nurse care, develop X-rays, help in diagnostic, medical and surgical procedures and supervise and train practice personnel.
CLERK (Former Employee), Moody AFB, GA – April 24, 2014
Worked a 4 day work week. I love animals so it was a great place to work and interact with them. Management was active duty military, so there were times were I was left by myself to conduct sales and set appointments. The hardest part of my job was co-workers. A few of them were petty and were not very welcoming.
SFVC (Former Employee), Aurora, CO – September 30, 2013
Pros: animal discounts
Cons: not saving lives
Productive. A typical day included many appointments of our patients. My co-workers were all very nice and all worked together. The hardest part of the job was working on difficult cases when the animal could not be saved.
Every morning we had coffee and had a blog in which he described the activities that each perform. In DPGA specifically work with butterflies in the production and reproduction, we also had field trips to develop land use plans. Teamwork was pretty good, we were three people in charge, the activities were easy, heavy work days were in the field trips, – more... no bathrooms and little food, but enjoyed camping and nocturnal recording – less
Great small town Veterinary Hospital that cares for all animals
Veterinary Assistant (Former Employee), Easley, SC – July 13, 2012
Pros: great pay
Cons: getting along with management, no room for growth
Take care of kennel area. Open and turn on lights and machines for the day. Assists the Doctors in exam rooms or surgery. Management is a little frustrating with different orders from different people. hardest part of the job getting along with Management. Most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know the community and there pets. Talking along – more... side of the Doctors and learning a little of information about each case. – less