What are Veterinary Technicians? 

In Nevada, a Licensed Veterinary Technician often takes on a wide variety of tasks including drawing blood, placing catheters, assisting in surgery, managing anesthesia, and giving medications. In reality, an LVT’s duties encompass much more. Acutally, it’s easier to list what they can’t do: make diagnoses, perform surgery or prescribe medication. We are proud to have a staff of highly qualified Licensed Veterinary Technicians.

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Coty Feest, LVT

“To be a leader who is acknowledged not by the position but by my ability to teach, encourage, support, and motivate my fellow team members to accomplish the goals they strive for. To continue to build Mountain View Animal Hospital and Holistic Pet Care to be a consistent, accountable, reputable and successful practice, who is known for its compassion and love of Reno’s pets.”

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Heather Braun

“As a Licensed Veterinary Technician, I promise to enrich the lives of every animal emotionally and physically and to be their advocate and voice when they are in need of one.”

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Sarah Lafayette

Everyday I strive to bring the best technical expertise, medicine and consideration to each animal while also providing all human companions with education and assistance in their access to care at Mountain View Animal Hospital and Holistic Pet Care.