New Mexico Registered Veterinary Technician Association      

Welcome to the New Mexico Veterinary Technician Association Website

A big thanks to our wonderful speakers, our sponsors, and to all who attended our NMRVTA CE Conference & Annual Meeting on October 21st! We look forward to the increased participation of New Mexico's RVTs and veterinary support staff in the coming year.

Visit our 2017 CE page to download the power-point presentations and notes provided at the conference

NEWS: NAVTA Veterinary Nurse Initiative

Press release: Press Release
Updated FAQ: Updated FAQ

The FAQ is a source of official answers to some common questions. Please be familiarized with the responses and quote the FAQ when answering questions. It is important to send a consistent message and not personally interpret the intent.
All other inquiries should be directed at

Thanks to everyone for attending our 2017 Career Night May 20th at the Olive Garden on San Mateo!

Thank you to all the students who attended, to our officers, and to our speakers Heather Carson, Craig Fischbach, Carol Young and Jolynn Chacon. A special thanks to our president Janine Fales, and to Craig from Hill's who sponsored our evening.

RVT and CNM Instructor Heather Carson gives her talk on volunteer opportunities.


The NMRVTA board has put together a survey for technicians and veterinary support staff. We would appreciate it very much if you could download the form below, and email your comments/feedback to Click here to download the survey.

Thanks so much for your feedback!


Let your voice be heard! It is an exciting time in the career of Veterinary Technology. NAVTA is polling veterinary staff regarding two major issues directly affecting Veterinary staff across the nation. The first goal is to form a credentialing status that is identical in every state, whether you are currently an LVT, RVT or CVT.

The second is establishing a new name for our position. NAVTA wants to know what you think. Go to and take one of two surveys (NAVTA member and non-member) located in the update section.

The Veterinary Technician's Oath "I solemnly dedicate myself to aiding animals and society by providing excellent care and services for animals, by alleviating animal suffering, and by promoting public health. I accept my obligations to practice my profession conscientiously and with sensitivity, adhering to the profession's Code of Ethics, and furthering my knowledge and competence through a commitment to lifelong learning."

Address: NMRVTA, PO Box 3662, Albuquerque, NM 87190

Thank you to our sponsors!

A special thank you to Craig from Hill's for sponsoring our Career Night!