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The veterinary backup plan

October 1, 2011

When this veterinary technician prepared for a volunteer trip to Thailand, she quickly realized her original plan was about to an unexpected turn.

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Dermatology: 6 crucial skills for veterinary technicians

October 1, 2011

Whether cleaning the ears of floppy-eared dogs or setting up the exam room, technicians are an important part of dermatology case management.

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12 ways to manage your manager

September 1, 2011

Tired of being stepped on at work? It's time to stand tall and get on top of your career by improving your communication skills.

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Confidently identify parasites on blood smears

September 1, 2011

Read on for tips to help you prepare a readable blood smear and identify what you see.

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Brush up on your pet diarrhea facts

September 1, 2011

Receptionists and other veterinary team members: Brush up on your pet diarrhea facts.

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Paper paws for a cause

September 1, 2011

Help families who can't afford veterinary care.

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There's no "I" in team

September 1, 2011

We've been hitting the topic of veterinary team meetings pretty hard lately.

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Cardboard condos for your veterinary patients

September 1, 2011

Go green and make these homemade hideaways for cats.

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Dermatology for technicians (Proceedings)

August 1, 2011

Protocols are useful in helping to diagnose and treated many different disorders. Part of any good protocol should be a minimum data base (MDB). In addition to signalment, history, etc in veterinary dermatology laboratory testing should be a component of this data base.

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