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You can be the (nearly) perfect veterinary technician

December 1, 2012

A successful career is about more than perfect catheter placement. Discover what veterinarians want most from their technicians—then use this list of seven habits to put your career on the fast track.

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14 ways to grow in your job

December 1, 2012

Consider this list of ways to spice up your career as a credentialed veterinary technician.

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Dental corner: Lingual squamous cell carcinoma

December 1, 2012

Firstline's Dental Corner offers an up-close look at interesting and life-saving dental procedures and the technician's role in veterinary dental support and care.

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The perfect veterinary receptionist

December 1, 2012

What makes a star customer service representative? Do you have what it takes?

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5 steps to a successful career

December 1, 2012

Consider these lessons from team members who've been there—and done that—and build the ?foundation for a lasting career that offers opportunities to grow and celebrates your passion for practice.

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The roller coaster of veterinary medicine

December 1, 2012

From the highs of newborn puppies to the lows of euthanasia, establishing a career in veterinary medicine takes stamina and determination through all of the ups and downs.

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Ignite your passion for practice with a little time off

November 1, 2012

Rekindle your love for veterinary medicine with time away from the job you love. Here are six steps to fan your flame

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School vs. experience in veterinary practice

October 1, 2012

I work at a veterinary practice, and I'd like to move into management. How do I stack up against candidates with college degrees.

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The critical role of nutrition for hospitalized veterinary patients

September 1, 2012

Every hospitalized pet needs a nutritional assessment. Establishing realistic feeding goals is an important part of patient care to enhance the likelihood of a positive outcome.

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