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This book will provide a sound platform for students to master the knowledge and skills needed to become a veterinary assistant and to pursue a rewarding career as part of a professional team dedicated to providing the best animal and public health care available in the United States.
This booklet contains the answers to the questions for the lessons in “Veterinary Science: Preparatory Training for the Veterinary Assistant”. (48 pp.)…
This booklet contains the goals and objectives for the lessons in the book, Veterinary Science: Preparatory Training for the Veterinary Assistant.