Advance your skills in Equine Veterinary Medicine... 
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Students that are currently working as an Equine Veterinary Assistant or Technician and want to learn more skills to further their success

Students that will be attending Veterinary School, currently in Veterinary School, a recent graduate or have studied Veterinary Medicine abroad

What You'll Learn With Rullan University

Equine Anatomy

We have designed our anatomy course in a very unique way. We start our students with the basics, beginning with the surface markers of the horse. Students then learn the musculoskeletal system to the most complex and detailed internal anatomical structures of the horse, not taught to assistants or technicians in a setting anywhere else.

Physical Examinations

One of the most important skills of a great veterinary assistant or intern is the ability to do a proper physical exam. We have developed a systematic approach, detailing how to properly conduct a physical exam. We start our students with the basics, from taking vital signs, examining the horse for abnormalities, to extensive lameness examinations.

Critical Care

A competent equine veterinary assistant or intern should be able to competently handle the preparation of any equine emergency that arise such as lacerations, colic, or difficult births. This course prepares you in such as way that when an emergency comes in, you will prepare everything the veterinarian needs without hesitation or concern. 

Do you want to make the most out of your current or future career? 
Select your program and begin learning today!

Students that are currently working as an Equine Veterinary Assistant or Technician and want to learn more skills to further their success

Students that will be attending Veterinary School, currently in Veterinary School, a recent graduate or have studied Veterinary Medicine abroad