Instructors


Dr Pasek is an exceptional veterinary educator, consultant, writer and practitioner. She has been teaching Veterinary Medicine for over 15 years to an impressive array of students ranging from local RVTs and 4th year veterinary students to specialized military teams across the country.  She is a sought-after instructor and speaker for veterinary hospitals, conferences/ seminars and private industry.

Her mission for Veterinary Team Lecture and Training Programs is to provide Veterinary Technicians and veterinary assistants with foundational education.  Her teaching style and programs concentrate on practical ready to use information emphasizing the importance of understanding the why behind the task. She empowers the veterinary employee with the ability to think and problem solve.

She has been adjunct faculty with Los Angeles Pierce College RVT School, Moorpark College, Professional Veterinary Assistant School, and the University of Davis Community Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital.   She has extensive experience creating and writing course curriculum and workshops, including a 2009 State of California approved  RVT Educational Curriculum qualifying registered veterinary technicians to sit for the California State Board Examination.

Dr. Pasek is a graduate of Colorado State University and in 2009, she continued her education  in Human Animal Bond studies and recieved a Credential in Veterinary Family Practice from the University of California at Davis.  Dr. Pasek currently has a large scoop of practice, which includes a house call practice, In Home Veterinary Care, which has a special emphasis in Geriatric Care, Quality of Life Concerns and End of Life Care.

She has also written a Pet Loss Support Book entitled Honoring the Journey: A Guided Path Through Pet Loss © 2008. This 150-page gift book captures the reader with powerful illustrations and raw emotion to assist the healing process one must face when a pet has died.  The book is unique in its symbolism and style offering affirmations to replace the pain that one feels while still honoring the path of grief and healing.