Appointments at Annex Animal Hospital in Toronto


716 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario M5S2R4

Mon - Fri: 8am – 8pm & Sat: 8am – 3pm

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In October, we celebrated all things awesome about our Registered Veterinary Technicians.  The Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians decided in 2017, that celebrating for only one week just wasn’t good enough.  So, we get to honour this team of professionally trained people for the whole month of October, and they totally deserve it!  We had a lot of fun with this month while showing appreciation for our team of super technicians.

What does a Registered Veterinary Technician Do While At Work?

Most people are surprised to discover the wide range of skills required to become a veterinary technician.  At this practice, they have many responsibilities in a variety of fields such as anesthesia, radiology, pharmacy, nursing, nutrition, dental hygiene, dental x-rays, client education and so much more.  On any given day, you will find our veterinary technicians performing duties in patient care, surgery, dentistry and client care.  They work together with our veterinarians to monitor and assess patients throughout any hospital procedure from the point of admission to the time they go home.  They follow-up with clients and provide supportive care for patients who require ongoing care at home.  At the end of the day, they sometimes perform community services for local pets such as participating in the spay/neuter programs for the Toronto Humane Society and other pet health related events.

Veterinary technicians have been educated to do work in small animal medicine, large animal medicine, research and diagnostic laboratory testing, as well as some specialty areas such as exotic pets and zoo animals.  After graduation, they usually select a field of interest where they work to acquire additional skills and knowledge.  Like veterinarians, they are required to complete regular continuing education courses to maintain their licensing and registration within the field.


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