Adrienne Kruzer is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT), Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT), and Level 2 Fear Free Certified professional who has worked with opossums, skunks, ferrets, hedgehogs, chinchillas, pot-bellied pigs, and more for over a decade.
She currently lives with two Pomeranians (Abby and Kiwi), a rescued leopard gecko (Cosmina), and a rescued Bengal cat (Calypso), along with her husband, in South Carolina.
- South Carolina Association of Veterinary Technicians District Representative
- Selected as a case report finalist with NAVTA in 2015
- Frequent contributor to The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America Journal
Adrienne has worked at several multi-doctor, AAHA-accredited, modern animal hospitals over the course of 15+ years fulfilling many roles, including management, trainer, head tech, and more. She has also worked with a veterinary pharmaceutical company, educating animal clinics on how to safely use anesthetic drugs as well as a veterinary supplement company educating veterinary professionals and pet owners. She currently works as the Veterinary Nursing Program Relations Manager for Veterinary Emergency Group.
Adrienne lectures on various pet topics, especially nutrition and exotic pet care, and has presented around the country. She is also a R.A.C.E.-approved presenter for veterinary technicians and veterinarians so she is able to offer continuing education credits at her presentations to these veterinary professionals.
Adrienne is licensed as a Registered Veterinary Technician in the state of Ohio, North Carolina, and South Carolina in 2019, and completes several hours of continuing education courses each year to stay up-to-date on medical advancements. In 2016, she became a Fear Free Certified professional, and in 2017, she became a Level 2 Fear Free Certified professional. In 2021, she earned her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration.
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