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Vet Tech: Vet Tech

A Guide to Resources in Veterinary Technology.

Web Sites

Library Databases

Library Books

Aiello, S. E., Moses, M. A., & Allen, D. G. (Eds.). (2016). The Merck veterinary manual (11th ed.). Merck. [Call number: Reference SF 748 .M47 2016]

Ballard, B. M., & Cheek, R. (Eds.). (2017). Exotic animal medicine for the veterinary technician (3rd ed.). John Wiley. [Call number:  SF 997.5 .E95 C44 2017]

Bassert, J. M., Beal, A. D., Samples, O. M., & McCurnin, D. M. (Eds.). (2018). McCurnin's clinical textbook for veterinary technicians (9th ed.). Elsevier. [Call number: Reserves]

Englar, R. E. (2017). Performing the small animal physical examination. Wiley. [Call number: SF 772.5 .E54 2017]

Field, S. (2012). Career opportunities working with animals. Ferguson's. [Call number: SF 756.28 .F54 2012]

Herriot, J. (1974). All things bright and beautiful. St. Martin's Press. [Call number: SF 613 .H44A283 1974b]

Peterson's. (2011). Master the veterinary technician national exam (VTNE). Peterson's Publishing. [Call number: SF 774.4 .M37 2011]

Sirois, M. (2016). Laboratory animal and exotic pet medicine: Principles and procedures (2nd ed.). Elsevier. [Call number: Reserves]

Sirois, M. (Ed.). (2017). Principles and practice of veterinary technology (4th ed.). Elsevier. [Call number: Reserves]

Studdert, V. P., Gay, C. C., & Blood, D. C. (Eds.). (2012). Saunders comprehensive veterinary dictionary (4th ed.). Saunders Elsevier. [Call number: Reserves]

Finding Library Books

Library books are organized by their call number.

 

If the call number says "Reserves," the book is available at the Circulation and Information Desks on the first floor. Please ask for the book by its title. The book cannot leave the Library, and you can borrow it for 2 hours at a time. You will need your college ID to borrow a book on Reserve.

 

If the call number says "Reference," the book is available in the Reference collection, next to the Information Desk on the first floor. The book is shelved by its call number, and it cannot leave the Library. If you need help finding a book please ask at the Circulation and Information Desks on the first floor.

 

All other books are shelved on the second floor in a Circulating Collection in order by their call number. If you need help finding a book please ask at the Circulation Desk or Information Desk on the first floor. To borrow a book, please bring it to the Circulation Desk on the first floor. You will need your college ID to borrow a book. You can borrow up to 10 books at a time. The standard loan period for a book is 30 days; after that, it will be automatically renewed by the Library for another 30 days, if there is enough time in the semester. All books are due by the last day of classes.