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A Day in the Life of a Banfield Veterinary Technician Vet Techs may have just a single job title, but in fact they fill many important roles as they move throughout their day in the hospital.
Veterinary Assistant 005137 - Banfield Pet Hospital Veterinary Assistant Careers at Banfield Pet Hospital For those who want to put their love of pets into action, there are few jobs more rewarding than that of Vet Assistant.
Start your Banfield Career as a veterinary assistant Learn more about the impact you can make as part of a Banfield hospital team and see how we support the wellness of our people and profession at
Not only do our techs get to work in state of the art facilities with the best veterinary teams in the nation, but they also have access 90% paid scholarships with Penn Foster and CE allowances.
If you are interested in an opportunity with the worlds largest veterinary practice, enjoy working in a team environment and excel at client and pet relationships, I would be glad to discuss what Banfield Pet Hospital could do for you.
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