A list of American Veterinary Medical Association accredited veterinary technology programs in Connecticut can be found through the AVMA website: http://www.avma.org/education/cvea/vettech_programs/connecticut.asp This list can and does change, so should be checked rather than a list being made here.
You can try "www.veterinarytechnicianschools.com". It is one of online vet tech schools that give you a training how to taking care of your animals and curing them.
Simply search for online vet tech schools and peruse the different options. Find the school that is most compelling, as well as one you can afford. I would recommend going to a community college or university for vet tech science though.
There are a few schools that will take a 3.0 GPA and have vet tech and bachelors. You can try going to Brown Mackie College or try getting into Vet Tech Institute.
Penn Foster College offers vet tech online schools that are accredited. You can get a list of them at www.veterinarytechnicianschools.com Online vet tech schools are rare. Many colleges offer accredited programs but few are available exclusively online. You will need to choose a school that is near your home to take the necessary in person components of the program.
You have one of the first requirements for becoming a vet tech. That's a love of animals. There are online vet tech schools. Consider Penn Foster College, Purdue University and National American University. Also check with your local community college. They may offer some courses online.
Check with the office that is hiring as to the requirements. Some states have requirements for veterinarian techs; others do not. Some veterinarians expect a certain level of training or a degree, while others will train on the job. You can research schools here: http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com/health-careers/vet-tech/vet-tech-resource-center
There is only one vet school in Pennsylvania, and this is The University of Pennsylvania.
To obtain a vet tech degree, it is highly recommended to visit your local college/university. Most of the popular colleges that offer this degree include: UCLA, Duke, Princeton, Harvard, and UT.
It depends on where you live. Some states have requirements for veterinarian techs; others do not. Some veterinarians expect a certain level of training or a degree, while others will train on the job. You can research schools here: http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com/health-careers/vet-tech/vet-tech-resource-center
The Department of Labor suggests that verterinary technician education isn't all that competitive.
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