We are proud to offer licensed veterinarians an educational, hands-on experience with safe, effective and efficient spay/neuter procedures. Our program, based in Asheville, NC, has gained popularity and recognition from veterinarians of all experience levels and backgrounds. Year-round scheduling (Monday to Thursday) and the availability of up to 25.5 AAVSB RACE and NYSED-approved continuing education credits all contribute to an invaluable program that is experienced by 200 veterinarians annually.
In order to qualify for our program you must be a graduate of an AVMA-accredited university OR be a fully licensed veterinarian in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico.
|PROGRAM||TECHNICAL LEVEL||TRAINEE/ INSTRUCTOR RATIO||BRING SUPPORT STAFF||CLASSES||FEE|
|Veterinarian Training||No/limited spay/neuter experience||2:1||No||None||
|Surgical Team Training||Mid- to high-volume experience||1:1||1-3 RVTs or assistants (optional)||Anesthesia; Emergency CPR||
Apply for the Program
Step 1: Submit Your Application
Please complete the application form and contact email@example.com with any questions. You will be contacted within ten business days to discuss available dates. The application includes an agreement to the terms in our Memorandum of Understanding, which should be read ahead of time.
Step 2: Make a Payment
Once dates are confirmed, please make payment through PayPal.
Step 3: Apply for North Carolina Temporary Permit
If you do not hold a North Carolina license, you will need to apply for a 60-Day Temporary Permit Certificate through the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board's website. 60 days prior to your arrival, you will receive an email from us with further instructions for applying. In the meantime, please keep in mind that you will need to submit the following supporting documents in addition to the online application. We recommend that you begin collecting this information ahead of time to prevent any processing delays:
- Application fee of $150
- Transcript from college/school of veterinary medicine
- License verification from state where currently licensed
- Copy of your Social Security card/SIN card
Step 4: Prepare for Training