Celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week!
101 Veterinary Technician Questions Answered (2009)
by Katherine Dobbs
Whether you're just starting out or have been in the profession a while, this book will provide you with information, resources and inspiration. Discover your potential to grow, both in knowledge and in skill.
Connecting with Clients: Practical Communication for 10 Common Situations, 2nd Edition (2010)
by Dana Durrance & Laurel Lagoni
Communication is the key to any healthy relationship, including the relationship veterinary staff have with their clients. This book gives valuable insight into what to say and do in almost any client-relation situation.
Black's Veterinary Dictionary (21st ed.) (2005)
by E. Boden
Used as a reference guide for over 70 years by veterinary practioners and students, this book covers a wide spectrum of topics, including animal husbandry, animal welfare and signs of diseases and their treatment.
Care of Brute Beasts: A Social and Cultural Study of Veterinary Medicine in Early Modern England (2010)
by Louise Hill Curth
While most medical historians tend to focus on human beings, Louise Hill Curth has chosen to explore how animals were treated and cared for in early modern England. A fascinating look at how veterinary practice has changed and evolved over time.
Olds College Library