Veterinary technicians have been educated in the care and handling of animals, the basic principles of normal and abnormal life processes, and in many laboratory and clinical procedures. In general, veterinary technicians obtain 2-4 years of post-high school education and have an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology. They must pass a credentialing examination and keep up-to-date with continuing education to be considered licensed/registered/certified (the term used varies by state) veterinary technicians.

They are trained to obtain and record patient case histories; collect specimens and perform laboratory procedures; provide specialized nursing care; prepare animals, instruments, and equipment for surgery; assist in diagnostic, medical, and surgical procedures; expose and develop radiographs (X-rays); advise and educate animal owners; supervise and train practice personnel; and perform dental prophylaxis.

Cheyenne, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Cheyenne obtained her LVT license in 2015 and joined our team in the middle of a global pandemic. She is our silver lining to 2020 for sure! Cheyenne’s favorite thing in veterinary medicine is surgery and is partial to the small breed pups. She has 3 children including a set of twins and dogs and cats at home. When asked what she likes to do in her free time, she responded with “What free time??” For hobbies, we will just put “pet healing,” and “child-wrangling”…


Erin, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Erin was excited to join the Brunswick Veterinary Hospital in June of 2021. Erin is a 2012 graduate of Alfred State College and has been a licensed technician since that time. Her favorite parts of working in veterinary medicine are surgery and client education. Erin’s hobbies are baking from scratch, reading, and camping with her two boys.



Angelica, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician
Angelica is happy to join the Brunswick Veterinary Hospital family as of December 2021. Recently graduated from Medaille College and has been licensed since July 2021. Her favorite things in the veterinary field are venipuncture, laboratory work, exotics, and client education.

Her hobbies include anything involving animals, the outdoors, and crafting. She has a huge soft spot for brachycephalic patients.