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RVT, CVT or LVT: Why veterinary technicians aren't done when they get their letters

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Continue to contribute to the practice's-and your own-well being.

You have your certification, you have your career—your schooling is done, right? Not necessarily, says Pat March, CVT, VTS (Dentistry). Here, she explains why you should always continue to expand your skill set.

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