National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America

:: Upcoming Events ::

Date: March 1, 2015
Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR
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Date: March 1, 2015
Simple and Surgical Extractions in the Dog and Cat 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR
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Date: March 1, 2015
Comprehensive Feline Dentistry 8 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR
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:: NAVTA News ::

Hill's Strengthens Partnership with Minnesota Urolith Center; More than 85,000 canine and feline urinary stones analyzed in 2014

January 6, 2015 TOPEKA, Kan. (January 6, 2015) - Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. has extended its partnership with the Minnesota Urolith Center (MUC) to reduce the worldwide incidence of urinary disease in companion animals and to enhance the global veterinary care of pets wi
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2nd Annual NAVTA Case Presentations at NAVC; Saturday January 17, 2015

December 24, 2014 Join NAVTA and these superb veterinary technicians as they present some very interesting cases!
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About NAVTA


"The mission of NAVTA is to represent and promote the profession of veterinary technology. NAVTA provides direction, education, support and coordination for its members and works with other allied professional organizations for the competent care and humane treatment of animals."


The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) was formed in East Lansing, Mich., in 1981 with the goal of allowing veterinary technicians to give input on national issues involving the veterinary profession. Hill's Pet Nutrition was their first corporate sponsor. Since then, NAVTA has grown and seen many successes, including the declaration of National Veterinary Technician Week, the formation of the Committee on Veterinary Technician Specialties, the development of a scholarship program and much more. To learn more about the history of NAVTA, click here.

In 2011, members participated in a survey. To see the results, download the PDF of the survey results.

NAVTA's goals for our members are:

  • To influence the future of each member's profession
  • To be a part of the decision-making process that affects our members
  • To foster high standards of veterinary care
  • To promote the veterinary health care profession

Whether you are a highly experienced veterinary technician or a newcomer to the veterinary health care profession, the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America has something to offer you.

 
Current NAVTA Bylaws

NAVTA FAQs

Code of Ethics

Model Practice Act

2008 Demographic Survey Results