Kaylee Davis, Veterinary Technician Graduate

Kaylee Davis, Veterinary Technician Graduate
Posted by Joan
On April 12, 2018
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Have you ever felt too inadequate to reach your goals? Perhaps you were not even sure which direction you should take? Many students here at Stautzenberger College felt the same way when they first enrolled, but they began taking charge of their lives and opening new doors to success. One such student is Ms. Kaylee Davis from our Brecksville, Ohio campus.

Ms. Davis struggled in high school, watching her friends breeze through with perfect grades while her GPA sat at 2.8. She felt incapable of excelling at anything and did not know what to do with her life. One day, she was the only person around when her neighbor's dog was hit by a car. Stressed but maintaining her composure, she rushed the dog to the vet hospital. Keeping her hand to the dog's chest, Ms. Davis mitigated the wound's bleeding. Adrenaline coursed through Ms. Davis as she sat with the dog and watched technicians rush to save his life. That was when she knew she wanted to become a veterinary technician.

Ms. Davis spent her second half of high school attending a career center for the animal science program. Her unconditional love for animals drove her to study like never before. After learning more about animal behavior and anatomy, she graduated high school with a 3.5 GPA. Her passion then led her to Stautzenberger College's Brecksville campus to continue her education.

Although Ms. Davis was worried that she was not smart enough for the program, she has excelled at Stautzenberger. She attributes her success to the instructors, who not only taught the standards required by the American Veterinary Medical Association, but also life lessons and self-confidence. For the first time, Ms. Davis achieved a 4.0 GPA. She also had perfect attendance and made the Dean's and President's lists. Emboldened by her progress, she has decided to pursue her bachelor's degree in the animal science/pre-vet program at the University of Findlay this fall. With the tremendous support of her peers, instructors, and administration, she knows she will accomplish this goal.

If you are ready to take the first step towards becoming a veterinary technician, do not hesitate. We are here to support you every step of the way. Call 888.859.8225 or submit our Request Information form now. You might click out of this window. You might go about your day and forget that you read this. You may push off submitting the request information form until later; but, in five years, will you regret not taking action today?