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FIRSTLINE: Nov 20, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Our 2018 dvm360 Student Debt Survey dug into, not just veterinarians' school debt, but the debt veterinary technicians carry and how much they get paid. Here's how it shook out, with 199 veterinary technicians responding.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 17, 2018
Don’t beat up on yourself, folks. Just because a new job at a veterinary practice sounded good, and you were hired, doesn’t mean it’s a good fit for you.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 16, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Scratch that itch for a clear explanation of the flea cycle for your veterinary practice's clients with this printable PDF.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 13, 2018
Millennials have grown up with technology and the conveniences it affords. If veterinary practices don’t adapt to their expectations, they risk being replaced.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 13, 2018
I got sick after decades of taking radiographs as a veterinary technician. Learn from my mistakes. Protect yourself.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 12, 2018
Pay attention to the needs of your veterinary hospital's receptionists. They do a terrific job every day to keep problems in the front from affecting the veterinarians in the back.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 06, 2018
After you get a complaint, but before you make a decision as a veterinary practice owner or manager about employee discipline or big process changes, this kennel-attendant-turned-practice-owner told conference-goers to ask themselves and others two important questions.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 05, 2018
In an effort to pay off her student loan by the end of the year, this technician and her husband watch spending carefully and still find moments to splurge.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 02, 2018
The veterinary team at this Florida hospital has been trying wearable sensors for patients to get round-the-clock, at-home data for dermatology, nutrition and post-surgery issues.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 01, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
A new position in the veterinary practice may lie beyond your comfort zone, so get ready to stretch. But don't be afraid to ask for help.