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Veterinary Technician’s Daily Reference Guide: Canine and Feline, Third Edition provides a quick reference to all aspects of a technician’s daily responsibilities in clinical practice.  Retaining the tabular format for easy access, the Third Edition adds more in-depth skill descriptions, allowing the technician to reach an even higher level of care.  Coverage ranges from anatomy and preventative care to diagnostic and patient care skills, pain management, anesthesia, and pharmacology.     

Now fully revised and updated, the book is designed to build on a veterinary technician’s current knowledge, acting as a quick refresher in the daily clinic setting.  A companion website offers forms and worksheets, training materials, review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint.  The Third Edition is an invaluable practical resource for increasing confidence and improving technical skills for veterinary technicians.

Review

“Veterinary technicians will find this book to be a very good quick reference, and as such, it warrants purchase by any small animal practice. Veterinary technician students will also find it a useful resource.”  (JAVMA, 15 December 2014)

“Overall ‘Veterinary Technician’s Daily Reference Guide’ lives up to its title; it is a quick reference guide to dayto-day procedures and techniques used within a busy veterinary practice. I would recommend having this book on your shelf in addition to other veterinary nursing textbooks.”  (Veterinary Record, 26 July 2014)

From the Inside Flap

Veterinary Technician’s Daily Reference Guide: Canine and Feline, Third Edition provides a quick reference to all aspects of a technician’s daily responsibilities in clinical practice. Retaining the tabular format for easy access, the Third Edition adds more in-depth skill descriptions, allowing the technician to reach an even higher level of care. Coverage ranges from anatomy and preventative care to diagnostic and patient care skills, pain management, anesthesia, and pharmacology.     

Now fully revised and updated, the book is designed to build on a veterinary technician’s current knowledge, acting as a quick refresher in the daily clinic setting. A companion website offers forms and worksheets, training materials, review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint.  The Third Edition is an invaluable practical resource for increasing confidence and improving technical skills for veterinary technicians. 

Key features 

  • Offers fast access to information on all aspects of a veterinary technician’s role in caring for dogs and cats
  • Provides additional in-depth skill descriptions for an even higher level of patient care
  • Puts knowledge already gained in the classroom in the context of clinical practice
  • Aids technicians in quickly remembering information and improving their skills, with information in tables for ease of use
  • Adds 100 new images, including an expanded cytology section and multiple line drawings for clearer understanding
  • Includes access to a companion website offering forms and worksheets, review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint at www.wiley.com/go/jackvettechdailyref

From the Back Cover

Veterinary Technician’s Daily Reference Guide: Canine and Feline, Third Edition provides a quick reference to all aspects of a technician’s daily responsibilities in clinical practice. Retaining the tabular format for easy access, the Third Edition adds more in-depth skill descriptions, allowing the technician to reach an even higher level of care. Coverage ranges from anatomy and preventative care to diagnostic and patient care skills, pain management, anesthesia, and pharmacology.

Now fully revised and updated, the book is designed to build on a veterinary technician’s current knowledge, acting as a quick refresher in the daily clinic setting. A companion website offers forms and worksheets, training materials, review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint. The Third Edition is an invaluable practical resource for increasing confidence and improving technical skills for veterinary technicians.

Key features

  • Offers fast access to information on all aspects of a veterinary technician’s role in caring for dogs and cats
  • Provides additional in-depth skill descriptions for an even higher level of patient care
  • Puts knowledge already gained in the classroom in the context of clinical practice
  • Aids technicians in quickly remembering information and improving their skills, with information in tables for ease of use
  • Adds 100 new images, including an expanded cytology section and multiple line drawings for clearer understanding
  • Includes access to a companion website offering forms and worksheets, review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint at www.wiley.com/go/jackvettechdailyref

About the Author

Candyce M. Jack, LVT, has a Bachelor of Science in zoology from the University of Washington and an associate degree in veterinary technology from Pierce Community College. She is currently licensed and working in Washington State and is a member of her state and national technician associations.

Patricia M. Watson, LVT/Hospital Manager, has a Bachelor of Science in early childhood education from James Madison University and an associate degree in veterinary technology from Pierce Community College. She is currently licensed and working in Washington State and is a member of her state and national technician associations.

Consulting Editor
Valissitie Heeren, DVM, is an Associate Veterinarian at Seattle Veterinary Associates in Seattle, WA.

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