I have worked in the Veterinary field since 1995, both large and small animal.
Responsible Kennel Attendant who remains clearheaded in the face of emotionally demanding jobs. Effectively soothes and manages difficult animals.Compassionate Boarding Manager focused on providing the best animal care possible. Brings medical knowledge from coursework in veterinary studies.Gentle animal care professional specializing in caring for less commonly owned pets such as chinchillas and ferrets.
Strong work ethic
Clear-headed under pressure
Canine First Aid
While working in boarding managed cats, dogs, horses, and even goats. I even saved a dogs life by spotting a dog in distress with bloat.
Fed and cared for up to 30 cats per week while their owners were traveling.
Supply Vets with product and told them about new products
Cared for animals with special medical needs, including diabetes.Conducted physical exams and other routine health care procedures.Prioritized animal safety and comfort at all times.Gave medical baths when prescribed by a veterinarian.Cared for animals with diabetes, including providing a specialized diet and administering a daily insulin injection.Talked to animals to soothe them and familiarize them with the human voice.Walked large dogs and restrained physically strong or aggressive dogs.Developed long-term relationships with clients and bonded with their animals through regular contact.Presented on training techniques in front of a 6-person audience on a regular basis. Fed and watered many animals each day we had a large boarding facility. Fed animals twice daily and made sure they had access to fresh water at all times.
Was not able to finish for money reason.
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