Course ID: 8089

Industry Credential Available

In Veterinary Science II, students will expand their knowledge of animal science and the care of animals, including animal structure and function, microbes and disease prevention, parasitology, and genetics and breeding. Students develop more advanced skills and techniques for assisting the veterinarian/technician in the following areas: performing first aid and surgery, applying aseptic techniques, performing technical functions, administering medication, handling death and dying, working with wildlife, and performing office functions. On-the-job clinical instruction coordinated by the instructor may be included in veterinary offices or animal clinics.

  • 1 Career & Technical Education Credit
  • Prerequisite(s):

  • Veterinary Science I – Grades 11-12