Veterinary Assistant CV Template

A Veterinary Assistant is a successful assistant responsible for supporting the veterinary technician. They are involved with tasks such as looking after animals, feeding and exercising them. Their daily responsibilities will depend on the work environment. A Veterinary Assistant CV should establish a proven track record of all the previous work qualifications of a successful assistant who maintained and worked thoroughly through the various tasks involved.

Sample Veterinary Assistant CV Template


Richard Wills

Arundell Street

Curt Lane 4556

Phone number: 456-009-9766

Email address:

Career objective

Seeking for a great opportunity to work as a Veterinary Assistant at an organization where I get a prospect of using my current skills and expertise, and develop them furthermore that can be needful to me through my career path.

Highlights of Qualifications

  • Ability to maintain and recordĀ  case histories
  • Ability to ready the animals, their equipments and other instruments for surgery
  • Involvement with collecting lab samples and perform laboratory measures
  • Can maintain stock of medicines and supplies
  • Can perform other duties as assigned

Professional Experience

The Pet Hospital

Veterinary Assistant

January 2010- Present

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide a clean and neat environment by maintaining the areas of animal holdings
  • Making sure the animals are met to the quality and correct standards
  • Done other duties as assigned
  • Responsible for arranging daily appointments and surgery for practice clients
  • Ensure a healthy, safe and clean environment at the clinic

Kindness Animal Hospital

Veterinary Assistant

November 2006- December 2010

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Daily involvement with handling the balance of cash
  • Performed tests at laboratories and done X-rays to help the animal and its technician at the surgery
  • Giving an extensive assistance to the clients of the animals
  • Responsible for getting medicines or supplements that the animals would be required
  • Arrange for pets transport facilities as needed


Associate Degree in Veterinary Science

University of New York

Year: 2005


Available on request

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