Julie Carlson, CVT
Not everyone working in a veterinary hospital has kids (or wants them). How can you, as a practice owner or manager, fairly accommodate everybodys work schedules?
Life happens, and its rife with accidents (which cost money). How can we help clients cover the costs of veterinary care so they can take care of their pets while we still cover our bottom line?
Haunted. Vulnerable. Alone. The act of bullying is to silo a person, separate her from community and take away her security and safety and sense of self-worth.
School fully prepared me to be a great veterinary technician. But what happened after graduation changed my life.
When the winds of change blow through your practiceor your lifeembrace the chance to explore new advances in medicine, new opportunities for your career and new possibilities for your life.
From head to toe to exam-room ready, heres everything a veterinary tech needs to get through their day.