Veterinary Technicians/Nurses

Our veterinary technicians work hard every day to provide the best care possible for your exotic pets. They are continually improving their knowledge, by keeping up to date on medical literature, attending veterinary medical conferences, and working as a cohesive team to provide the best care for the patients. Technician responsibilities are far­reaching and include assisting doctors in appointments, answering client questions, performing medical treatments (phlebotomy, radiography, emergency care, etc.), grooming, and anesthetizing/monitoring patients during medical procedures.

Jac graduated from Clemson University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Soon after she began her veterinary medicine career with the Carolina Raptor Center in her hometown of Charlotte, NC. She also worked in general practice vet care, until getting married in 2019 and moving to Northern...
Danielle graduated in 2016 from ECPI Manassas with an Associate’s degree in Computer Science. She started working at SEAVS in 2017 as a veterinary assistant. Working at a veterinary clinic has always been a dream of hers, especially in exotics. Danielle is currently attending the Penn Foster Veterinary Technician program...
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