By: Pamela Payne* 
People are often drawn to the idea of becoming a veterinary assistant because they love animals. That said, the biggest misconception about being a vet assistant is that your only job is to play with animals. As a veterinary assistant, you’ll wear many different hats and be…

Your pet is more than a furry friend; they are part of the family and you want them to enjoy a long, active life. A big part of keeping pets healthy goes beyond trips to the dog park and filling the water bowl. If your pet spends any time outdoors they may pick up ticks or get tick bites. While…

Massage Therapy students at the Carrington College, Sacramento campus recently untangled the knotted, tight muscles of community members who truly needed a break this holiday season.
As part of River City Christian Church’s annual “Christmas Mall” gathering, Carrington students took part…

You love animals, and want a career helping them feel better. Why not check out the Veterinary Assisting[1] program at Carrington College?
Jessica has been in the Veterinary Assisting program at Carrington College’s Mesa, Arizona campus for six months.
“So far I’ve learned how to do CPR on…

The holidays, hectic travel schedules, bad weather and sickness all make it difficult to donate blood during the winter. That’s why January is National Blood Donor Month – to encourage giving blood and boost the seasonal short supply. Here are some reasons why you might want to consider…

Karen Fuss-Sommer is the Registered Nursing Program Director at the Carrington College Albuquerque campus. She’s been in nursing education since 1991 and has had the opportunity to teach in multiple undergraduate nursing programs including: vocational, associate degree and bachelor’s degree…

Calling All Animal Lovers!
Were you the kid who was always bringing home animals? Do you love helping critters and making sure they feel happy and loved? Then how about a career as a veterinary assistant!
The good news is there are more jobs than ever helping adorable animals like this little…