AVTCP is the ninth officially recognized veterinary technician specialty (VTS) and is modeled after the American Veterinary Medical Association accredited veterinary college, the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). Following the ABVP model, AVTCP has developed three initial species-specific categories, Canine/Feline, Exotic Companion Animal, and Production Medicine.
The credentialed veterinary technicians of the AVTCP are dedicated to providing superior, comprehensive, multi-disciplinary care to clients and patients. Candidates are expected to be knowledgeable and demonstrate expertise in a broad range of clinical disciplines within their species specialty.
Congratulations new veterinary technician specialists!
2015 Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Clinical Practice
These candidates have achieved their veterinary technician specialty with us and we wanted to welcome them to our academy. They have worked extremely hard and earned their new accolades!
Canine/Feline: Crystal Motz, Christie Myers, Christina Daigle, Sabrina Klepper
Exotic Companion Animal: Pia Bartolini
Production Medicine: Ashley Gaudet
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