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Vet Tech Talk

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Vet Tech Talk

Appalachian State University

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Vet Tech Talk introduces you to the professionals that run the four-year, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology degree program at App State as well as those making a difference in the field of Veterinary Technology the world over. Each episode of Vet Tech Talk also explores the powerful bond between animals and their humans.
 
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Tails from a Vet Tech

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Tails from a Vet Tech

Tabitha Kucera

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Tails from a Vet Tech is a podcast dedicated to highlight, educate, and advocate for veterinary, shelter, and behavior animal pros. We also highlight self-help and empowerment to everyone around us. TFAVT is hosted by Tabitha Kucera (RVT, Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, Free Free Elite & Low Stress Handling Certified.) In addition to doing this podcast Tabitha also owns her own business, and loves doing speaking engagements all around the world!
 
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Content Warning: This episode does include a discussion of mental illness, depression, and suicide. Disclaimer: Discussions about mental health are personal and unique. In this podcast, Meghan is not acting as a therapist or providing therapy in any capacity. This podcast covers broad discussions of topics related to mental health and is not intend…
 
Hannah Huff joins us for this episode. If you are going to be a student in the Vet Tech program you will most assuredly be talking to Hannah or another Academic Advisor here at Appalachian State. Hannah shares the ways in which she supports her students as well as her advice for navigating this fully online program. Transcript: Dave Blanks: This is…
 
A comprehensive behavior program, along with quality animal care standards, can increase adoptions and profoundly impact the well-being of the animals at your shelter and the humans caring for them. This week we welcome Amanda Kowalski, the vice president of behavior programs for the San Diego Humane Society, to discuss addressing the mental health…
 
This is Vet Tech Talk, a podcast about Appalachian State University's online four year bachelor of science in veterinary technology degree program. Welcome back! I'm your host, Dave Blanks! In this episode, you’ll hear some familiar voices as well as a new one! I welcome back Program Director Virginia Corrigan and Assistant Program Director Jen Ser…
 
This week we talk with Crystal Vaquera about her career with the Viticus Group who offer some really wonderful Veterniary Symposiums. In addition we spend some time discussing her work with the newly non-profit Veterinary Giving Tree. Tune in to hear all about the work they do and how you can get involved in a charity that is near and dear to Tails…
 
Join us as we celebrate Vet Tech Week with two of our favorites, Liz Hughston and Tasha McNerney! Liz Hughston, MEd., RVT, CVT, LVT, LVMT, VTS (SAIM)(ECC) Liz practices as a relief veterinary technician, trainer, and consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since her graduation from Foothill College’s Veterinary Technology program in 2006, Liz wen…
 
**Trigger warning**: This episode may contain subject matter that some listeners might find distrurbing. There is brief discussion of animal abuse, child abuse, and sexual violence while on the topic of veterniary forensics. Listener disgression is advised. This week, Tabitha talks to Dr. Michelle Gonzalez about her career path which led her to ope…
 
On this episode of Vet Tech Talk, we welcome Jen Serling to the studio. Jen is the assistant program director of the Appalachian State University veterinary technology program. Dave Blanks: Welcome, Jen. I'm going to give a little history on you, but I'm glad you're here. Jen Serling: Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. Dav…
 
On today’s episode, Tabitha talks to “The Cat LVT”, Ellen Carozza, about, you guessed it, cats! We chat about our love for cats, how they are often misunderstood, how you can advocate for the cats in your care, pediatric kitten care, and more! Ellen Carozza is a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 1996 who has worked exclusively with feline patien…
 
Happy Pain Awareness Month! On today’s episode, Tabitha talks to pain and rehab veterinary technician, Kirsty Oliver, about the importance of multimodal pain management, rehab, and what you can do in your practice or shelter to learn more, advocate for your patients, and be a multimodal animal pain warrior. Kirsty drops so much wisdom in this episo…
 
Director of Appalachian State University's online Veterinary Technology degree program, Dr. Virginia Corrigan joins University Communication's Dave Blanks on the first ever episode of Vet Tech Talk! Dave and Virginia discuss the new program at App State. Virginia shares the journey that has lead her to this position as well as some of her most mean…
 
We have all felt insecure at work; sometimes, these insecurities can hold us back. This week I talk to RVT Liz Waynick, about her experience with being insecure as a veterinary technician. She shares how this insecurity resulted in her working at clinics where she was set up to fail and almost leaving the veterinary field altogether. She also share…
 
This week, Tabitha is joined by RVT Robin Post, co-founder of Animal Fix Clinic. Animal Fix Clinic believes every animal and every family deserves the best veterinary care. They offer spay and neuter surgeries and other essential surgical care, all at sliding-scale pricing. They are also working to change the myth that low cost care means low quali…
 
We call it practicing veterinary medicine because we are always improving. The use of inhalant chambers has been around for a long time, and some believe that this technique is safer for the staff and the animal, however, we now know so much more about the physiological and psychological risks this technique poses to both animals and humans along w…
 
Collaboration. It's a key part of being an ethical dog trainer, veterinary, shelter, or daycare worker. One of the best ways to uphold this standard is to seek help and advice from those who have more experience and education than us. This is where receiving criticism comes in. It can be difficult and this week, I will be discussing the importance …
 
This week, I welcome Melody Martinez to discuss career paths for veterinary professionals. We talk about what being a veterinary technician has taught us and how we have used what we have learned to find and follow our passion to create opportunities and strengthen our field. We have unlimited opportunities as veterinary technicians. As Melody said…
 
This week we welcome Yvonne Brandenburg and Jordan Porter to discuss upping your Vet Tech game. Navigating through such a young field can sometimes feel like a lot, all three of us share tips and tricks to keep your tech game current. Tips in regards to advocating for yourself, how to ask for a raise, right on through resume and job interview sugge…
 
Many people experience the overwhelming feeling that they don’t deserve their success, they doubt their abilities, and may feel that overworking is the only way to meet expectations. It’s important for you to know that you are not alone in these feelings and to be kind to yourself. In this episode, I talk to Dr. Breedlove about Imposter Syndrome (I…
 
Content Warning: This episode does include a discussion of mental illness, depression, self harm, and suicide. Disclaimer: Discussions about mental health are personal and unique. In this podcast, Meghan is not acting as a therapist or providing therapy in any capacity. This podcast covers broad discussions of topics related to mental health and is…
 
This week, Jessica Benoit joins Tabitha to discuss cooperative care. Cooperative care involves training an animal to not only tolerate handling and husbandry procedures, but to be an active, willing participant in these experiences. The animal either gives consent by performing a behavior or is easily distracted by food during a veterinary procedur…
 
This week, Mara Velez of Shelter Playgroup Alliance joins Tabitha to discuss enrichment for shelter dogs. Enrichment is a need for all shelter animals. Animals have natural behaviors and needs, and they must have opportunities to express those behaviors. Enrichment provides needed mental and physical stimulation, improves quality of life, decreases…
 
The success of our veterinary practices relies on the performance of the whole veterinary care team. An important – and often underused – role is that of veterinary technicians. Having credentialed veterinary technicians on our teams with the skills we need is a critical part of building an efficient practice; so is using those skills efficiently. …
 
Vet Techs leaving the field isn’t a new issue, although the pandemic has brought more awareness to it. There are various reasons why veterinary technicians are leaving the field including not being utilized, being underpaid, no room to grow, and more! This week Tabitha talks to April Bays about why technicians are leaving and how we can help them s…
 
Disclaimer: Discussions about mental health are personal and unique. In this podcast, Meghan is not acting as a therapist or providing therapy in any capacity. This podcast covers broad discussions of topics related to mental health and is not intended to serve as therapy or a replacement for therapy. Views and experiences expressed by Meghan are h…
 
Tabitha Kucera previews her new podcast, Tails from a Vet Tech which will drop it's first official episode on Monday March 7, 2022! Producer Nicholas interviews Tabitha to talk a little bit about herself but focuses more so on what the show will be about and what it's goals are. Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/TailsFromRVT Follow us on In…
 
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