Julie Mullins, MA, LPCA
Veterinary team members wield the ability to smoothly guide pet owners through the grieving process of losing a pet. Here is how.
Your own animals at home can be a tremendous support in so many ways to make sure you stay happy and healthy in your veterinary career. Just dont ignore the warning signs of burnout if you see them.
How does your veterinary team help a client whos adopted a dog thats a little too much for them? Educate, support, and be kind.
Pets, emotional support animals (ESAs) and service animals have very different rights and responsibilities in veterinary clients lives. Take advantage of your opportunities to gently but firmly educate pet owners on what designations are appropriate for which animals and why its important not to blur the lines between them.
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