Meet Vetcetera

Born from the leading product used by students to prepare for the NAVLE, VetPrep, Vetcetera provides a veterinarian everything they need and more.

Based on our deep roots in helping veterinary students prepare for the NAVLE (and life!) as practicing veterinarians, our team knows how to help veterinary professionals use education to take the next step in their careers. A proven, easy-to-use interface, filled with the topics vets need but can rarely find, Vetcetera offers its members RACE-approved content to maintain their license, grow their practice, and sharpen their skills.

We have partnered with leading veterinary experts to bring our members the best-in-class courses, webinars, videos, and downloadable resources to support them. Based on feedback directly from our VetPrep alumni, we have packed Vetcetera with content that goes beyond what other traditional veterinary CE providers supply, including topics on how to manage your business, support your mental health, and ensure your staff’s emotional wellness.

Join our community and let Vetcetera take your career to the next level.

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Get the learning experience you want on the topics you need.

With our online courses, you have access to unique educational tools.

Expert Instructors

Our instructors have compiled knowledge and expertise from years worth of hands-on experience.

Instant CE Certificates

Gain instant access to CE certificates after you complete a course and refer back to past certificates.

Live Webinars

RACE-approved webinars delivered by veterinary, mental health, and business experts.

Easy-to-Use Interface

A clean, modern interface allows you to find the information you need and keep track of your continuing education.

Free Resource Library

Gain access to blogs, whitepapers, videos, and more to help expand your knowledge.

Meet Our Team

We Love Learning...and People...and Animals

Katie Krothapalli

Katie Krothapalli, DVM, MBA

I've known since I was a child that I wanted to be a veterinarian. I worked as a small animal veterinary assistant through high school and college. During veterinary school, I worked in the equine ICU and as a large animal student resident, and I enjoyed 3 years in small animal general practice in Columbus, Georgia after graduation. I was also a Veterinary Medical Officer for the U.S. Army at Redstone Arsenal in North Alabama for 7 years until my severe allergies to cats and horses forced me to consider alternative career paths. After a brief but very enjoyable stint in poultry medicine, I had the opportunity to join this team. I'm absolutely thrilled that I've found a career opportunity that allows me to remain connected to the veterinary community. I miss clinical practice, but I find great joy and fulfillment in supporting students, veterinary technicians, and veterinarians as they grow their careers.
Julie Legred

Julie Legred, CVT

At a very early age, I knew that I wanted animals to be a part of my profession, but I didn’t realize that people were going to be a big part of that too. Even more surprising is the fact that working with veterinary team members, clients, students, industry, etc. to create a happier, healthier life for pets and all animals would lead me to what grew to be one of my biggest passions: providing opportunities, resources, and guidance for individuals to grow and be successful in their careers, while also helping them find their driving energy and passion for staying in veterinary medicine and enjoying what they do every day. I am very fortunate to have had the opportunity to grow as a credentialed veterinary technician throughout my career, and I love my profession and veterinary medicine. I am excited to be part of this team and to be able to continue to help individuals reach their fullest potential in their careers.
Vicki Olson

Vicki Olson, BS, RVT

Animals have had my heart my entire life, so it made sense to join a profession that allowed me to care for them. It took some time for me to realize that, but once I did life clicked and made sense. After working in specialty medicine for 12-years, I decided to leap in a different direction, one that helped US nurses become better nurses, becoming licensed veterinary technicians. I was blessed to be given the opportunity to join XPrep Learning Solutions and to give a little something back that was given to me. VetTechPrep and VetPrep are the coolest programs out there, the only ones of their kind! They make studying for those hard exams fun and easy without a lot of stress...I mean that's why we went to school, right?! To be licensed. To be better for our patients.
Cathy-Barnette

Cathy Barnette, DVM

While many vets decide on their career during early childhood, I made my decision a bit later. I never even considered vet med until a high school anatomy course required me to shadow a medical professional for a day. I chose to shadow a veterinarian and the rest, as they say, is history! I have always enjoyed science, animals, critical thinking, and educating others, so spending my days diagnosing diseases and educating clients on appropriate pet care seemed like a logical fit for my personality. After working in small animal practice for over 12 years, I now split my time between practice and XPrep, giving me the opportunity to balance my clinical work with work that has even more of an educational focus. I love having the opportunity to help students prepare for their board exams and their careers in the veterinary field!