1 of 25
1 of 25
What appeals to you most about working as a veterinary assistant?
User Submitted Interview Answers
I can deal very well with blood. I have years of a experience as a veterinary assistant and I am comfortable drawing blood, preparing wounds, and assisting with surgery.
I'm fine seen it many times in my lifetime.
I am fine with blood. It does not bother me at all.
Absolutely not, I have a tough stomach.
I deal well with blood and have observed surgeries and have done blood pulls before and have never had a problem with it.
In my very first day at the local vet clinic, I aided the vet with a goat giving birth to twins, in which the vet was required to cut one kid into pieces before being able to remove it from the mother. I was left to clean up the dismembered pieces and the blood through the area and I had no problems. Since then, I’ve seen many surgeries, many wounds (including my own) and I’ve never felt sick or become faint.
I have handled blood before, and made blood smears using it. I am comfortable around it, and would not faint. I found it quite fun to work with it hands on.
I am fine with blood. I have drawn blood for coggins on horses. Also, I have been in multiple situations of seriously injured animals.
Absolutely not, the sight of blood does not bother me.
I deal with blood good therefore I won`t faint and will be just fine.