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Veterinary Nurse Resume

When writing a Veterinary Nurse Resume remember to include your relevant work history and skills according to the job you are applying for. Whether you're seeking an entry-level position or have been in your career for a few years, exposing your relevant achievements in your resume can allow you to stand out and get that job interview.

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Here is the Veterinary Nurse Resume example:

Sandra Prager

1654 Pooz Street

Jersey City, NJ 7305



Job Objective Seeking employment as a Veterinary Nurse.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Outstanding veterinary nursing experience especially working with animals
  • Huge knowledge of surgical procedures, maintaining sterility of instruments and hygienic environment
  • Solid understanding of Veterinary Department standards
  • Strong computer & IT skills
  • Remarkable ability to carry out minor surgeries
  • Outstanding ability to do the work independently

Professional Experience:

Veterinary Nurse, August 2005 – Present

West Chelsea Veterinary, Jersey City, NJ

  • Conducted diagnostic tests and medical treatment under veterinary supervision.
  • Monitored animals while the vet examines them and during treatment.
  • Collected blood, urine and other samples and carried out in-house lab work.
  • Performed sterilization of instruments and took x-rays.
  • Conducted clinics for suture removal, post-operation checks and second vaccinations.
  • Interpreted advice and information to owners about the care of their animals.

Veterinary Nurse, May 2000 – July 2005

Pueblo Area Pet Emergency Hospital, Jersey City, NJ

  • Planned and assisted weekly surgical and medical activities requiring intervention from the Manager of Veterinary Services.
  • Administered veterinary treatments provided to patients.
  • Ensured maintenance and updation clinical records by veterinary staff according to established protocols.
  • Conducted vaccination and de-worming for the animals with the Manager of Veterinary Services.
  • Supervised storage and maintenance of pharmaceutical items, cleaning materials and disinfectants.
  • Ensured cleanliness of clinical premises, hospital and quarantine wards and incineration facilities.


B.S in Health Sciences – Public Health, Siena Heights University, Adrian, MI

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