On the Floor @Dove training content and tools

AVMA – The AVMA has a large web site that has many areas both public and for members only. Many of our pages are linked to this site including the Veterinary Technician Programs and Credentialing information. They have a great area for kids on this site as well.

VetMedTeam – A web site devoted to providing Continuing Education for Veterinary Technicians with RACE approval from AAVSB. Includes message boards, chats and a Veterinary Assistant on-line training course.

Veterinary Support Personnel Network (VSPN) – VSPN is a subsidiary of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) continues to serve the online community with message boards, library selections, and interactive chats. With worldwide membership, this professional tool helps elevate the international and local communities in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary Learning Systems – The same people that bring you the Veterinary Technician and the Compendium sponsor this web site. It has a busy message board for both veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

U.S. Veterinary Assistant Career Guide – The U.S Career Institute guide for those considering a career as a Veterinary Technician or a Veterinary Assistant. It includes lots of valuable information regarding the schooling,  skills and responsibilities required for these two fields.

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center – This is the only poison center in North America that focuses exclusively on animals. Established in 1978 at the University of Illinois and is staffed by twenty-five veterinarians including four board-certified veterinary toxicologists and ten certified veterinary technicians.

Veterinary Nurses of the United Kingdom – One of our aims was to try and promote the exchange of ideas and experiences within the profession … not just on a national level, but a global one. For this reason, we welcome memberships from around the world.

Veterinary Practice New and Pet Staff News

National Animal Health Emergency Management – The goal is to have a world class animal health emergency management system in place by 2005.

Veterinary Practice Consultants – Solutions for the veterinary professions! Does OSHA have you running scared or totally confused? This web site by Philip Seibert, CVT of Veterinary Practice Consultants will help you make sense of all the rules and regulations.

Canadian Association of Animal Health Technologists and Technicians – Mission is “to be the national and international voice providing coordination and resources to support our members in the delivery of animal health care services.”

Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science

The International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management

State Animal Cruelty Laws

Disaster Preparedness
Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA)
American Red Cross

Artistic Stone – Vermont made artistic etched stone monuments, plaques, urns, etc