Horses from Hart Ranch in Corona, Calif., have performed in the Olympics, appeared in Hollywood movies and played polo. Now, they’re helping Carrington College students earn their degrees.
Twenty Veterinary Technology students from Carrington College in Pomona got the chance to do some hands-on training with these larger-than-life animals at Hart Ranch.
Students learned how to walk a horse, lift its feet, draw blood, take leg X-rays, take a temperature reading and more.
“You see horses in a new light when approaching them from a clinical standpoint,” said Samantha Hayes, a Carrington College Veterinary Technology student who graduates in April. “You interact on a deeper level by reading the animal’s feelings and anticipating how it might act. It’s very rewarding.”
Graduates of Carrington’s Veterinary Technology program will leave with the skills and confidence needed to apply for entry-level positions in places like veterinary offices, animal hospitals and shelters.
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