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There are resources everywhere out there and we want to help you by putting them in one place.  If we are missing something you think should be here let us know! 

RVT Month Kits: Electronic Version of the Kits
From coast to coast RVTs will be celebrated in October.  This year's RVT Month theme celebrates the many roles and possibilities that exist within the RVT career and the many 'hats' an RVT wears every day.  Click here to access the electronic version of the RVT Month kit.  

Saskatoon SPCA: Hot Dog Posters
Every summer countless animals suffer and even die in hot parked cars.  Click here to access a Hot Dog poster and here to access the Hot Dog billboard that can be used.  

SaskVets: Your Source for Animal Health Information in Saskatchewan
Sask Vets aims to inform the people of Saskatchewan about the importance of vet visits and veterinarian services for both domestic pets & livestock animalswww.saskvets.ca

OAVT: The Value of an RVT 
The OAVT completed a survey to understand the impact and value of an RVT to veterinary practices.  Click here to view the results of that survey. 

Veterinary Partner
Are you looking for information on species, CE, and other resources?  Click here to check out Veterinary Partner and the resources that they offer. 

Life Learn Animal Health
Do you want to discover solutions that are right for you and your practice?  Click here to check out what resources Life Learn has. 

Fact Sheets 
Equine Infectious Anemia - click here for the fact sheet 
Equine Herpes Virus - click here for the fact sheet

Veterinary Dentistry
Use this resource to educate your clients about the complete health of their pet's teeth and mouth.  Click here for the resource. 

Pet Fire Safety
This sheet will help you talk to your clients about fire and pet safety.  Click here to view it. 

MVTA: Integrity Matters
The MVTA created a resource outlining the importance of integrity.  Click here to check it out. 

Mental Health Matters:  Going Home Checklist
Does your workplace have a Going Home Checklist?  Check out this one here