Vet Techs at Eau Claire Campus Host Spay and Neuter Day

The veterinary technology program at the Eau Claire campus is known for helping out. They are always giving of their time and efforts. Recently, the department came together to help out both the Rusk County Animal Shelter and Bob’s House for Dogs. Students and faculty volunteered their time and skills to offer spays, neuters and dental cleaning to animals from these facilities.  The department’s willingness to donate their time and skills is what makes these events special.

Vet Tech students Maddie Wagner and Allie Saiko help assist with the pre-op care of a patient.

Both surgery days were an entire team effort as instructors and students worked side by side. Everybody had a job to do, and they did it well. Students near the end of the program helped with pre-op care; newer students assisted with restraints and TPR’s (temp, pulse, and respirations); and students from the small animal disease course examined the animals and assisted with the recovery.

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