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Veterinary Assistants
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Your pets deserve the best care… That is why we have AIRC trained Veterinary Assistants (VAs) to assist in the care of your pets. VAs are your pets’ "nurses". Whether they are helping your vets to draw blood from your pet, place an IV catheter, or assisting in surgery, our VAs offer your pet exceptional care. Our VAs are up to date on major developments in veterinary medicine through continuing education opportunities such as seminars, and workshops as well as regular staff meetings. It is not possible for our vets to work without the continual support from the VAs. In addition they play a vital role in translation and communication between our vets and the pet owners, whatever language you speak they are there to help you understand the pet’s treatments.

Our VAs are owners of pets of various types and breeds in different life stages. They care for their pets just as much as you love yours. Caring for pets is easier and simpler when you know your own pets are in the hands of our VAs who understand your needs and worries.

Sindy Chow, Veterinary Nurse Trainee

Joined HHVC: 2010
I have loved animals since I was a kid, I always hoped to have a job which is animal related. I am so glad that now I have the chance to achieve my dream, working at HHVC as a Veterinary Assistant Trainee. To become a veterinary assistant is not as easy as I thought; there is a lot to learn! I am learning how to be a veterinary assistant, how to take proper care of animals and I have learnt how to be a good and responsible owner. Now I am quite strict to my Jack Russell “Ah Mong”, to love him in the “correct way”.

I love my job, as it’s unpredictable, I am not sitting in an office facing the computer for 9 hours, doing the same thing.  I like having challenges, seeing and learning different things, meeting different people and animals, making my life meaningful!
When “Ah Mong” was 4 years old, my tortoise named “KaKa” joined my family in mid 2009. When I have day off, I spend time chasing and playing with “Ah Mong”, when we get tired, we sit on the sofa and watch “KaKa”. I am so looking forward to taking both “KaKa” and “Ah Mong” to the country park or the beach for a walk and sun bathe!  
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