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Making It Meaningful
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Why you work in veterinary medicine

February 1, 2014

Whether you're the compassionate voice at the front desk or a member of the clinical or management team, your work improves the lives of pets and their owners.

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How I toilet trained my cat

December 1, 2013

Sick of the litter box, this veterinary team member took control and toilet trained her kitty.

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Submit your story for Firstline's 2012 Article Contest!

March 20, 2012

Tell your best veterinary team-member story. Win $300. Get published.

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Video: Enhance the client-practice bond

October 20, 2010

Team members' interactions can be affective, yet remain professional.

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Solving a sticky situation

April 29, 2009

How to unglue a hamster.

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Talk about an avid reader

April 23, 2009

An office manager catches her rescue thoroughly enjoying a Firstline.

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Building the bond: Regarding Alfred

May 1, 2008

A compassionate animal lover rescued a guinea pig near death and nursed it back to health, renewing my belief in the healing power of love.

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The long walk to goodbye

April 1, 2008

Whether I'm helping pets heal or helping their owners say goodbye, my job in veterinary oncology brings special patients and their families into my life who remind me why I love pets—and my work.

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Service in a strange land

March 1, 2008

You must watch what you eat. You can't drink the water or even brush your teeth with it. Nothing is sterile. And yet, my experiences at a spay and neuter clinic in the Dominican Republic have been among the most rewarding in my career.

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