Licensed Veterinary Technician Reviews

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Based on 235 responses, the job of Licensed Veterinary Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.96 out of 5. On average, Licensed Veterinary Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Licensed Veterinary Technician?

January 2016
"Owner dis not value, trust, LVT technical skills."
Licensed Veterinary Technician:
Make sure where you apply for work the owner values LVT technician skills and will allow you to utilize them.
May 2017
"What it's like to work Katy, Texas."
Licensed Veterinary Technician in Katy:
Pros: I like work in Katy, Texas because it is the city where I spent my life growing up. I have become confortable in this area and know my way around this city well. Working in Katy also keeps me close to family.
Cons: The least thing I like about working in Katy is, not be able to be with my fiancée because he lives out of city currently.
February 2019
"Rewarding for helping the animals but the pay does not match education & license."
Licensed Veterinary Technician in Papillion:
Pros: Helping the animals & my team
Cons: Not being valued enough to be compensated appropriately
March 2019
Licensed Veterinary Technician in Yonkers:
Pros: Hard working Coworkers
Cons: Lack of management
August 2019
"Excellent."
Licensed Veterinary Technician in Staunton:
Pros: Being an advocate for the patient. Providing quality nursing care.
Cons: Clients that do not have funds to properly care for their patients.
November 2019
"Tough but Satisfying."
Licensed Veterinary Technician in Austin:
Pros: Being able to teach and train the new hires
Cons: Working with people that do not have enough money to pay for services