Veterinary Clinical Practices I

This course introduces basic practices and techniques of the veterinary clinic and biomedical research fields for dogs, cats, and laboratory animals. Topics include physical exam, husbandry, housing, sanitation, restraint and handling, administration of medications, anesthesia and euthanasia techniques, grooming and dentistry. Upon completion, students should be able to properly restrain, medicate, examine, groom, and maintain each of the species studied.

  • Prerequisite: VET 110, VET 123 and VET 125
  • Corequisite: VET 131, VET 120
Class Hours3
Lab Hours3
Clinic Coop Or Shop Hours0
Credit Hours3