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FIRSTLINE, Apr 1, 2012
Professional Growth
4 ways to balance life in veterinary practice
By Susan Logan, BS, CVT
Finding the right work and life balance is tricky, and leaning too far either way can lead to a nasty spill.
A balancing act: Jennifer Graham's story
To this day, I still feel that the receptionist has the most stressful and undervalued position in the veterinary clinic.
A balancing act: Marianne Mallonee's story
Managing a healthy work-life balance is a topic that's near and dear to my heart, primarily because I struggle with it every day.
A balancing act: Kyle Wendy Skultety's story
Juggling a full-time job, online classes, and a husband sounds complicated.
A balancing act: Kyle Palmer's story
I've taken a number of steps to ensure that I maintain a healthy balance between work and the rest of my life.
Ask the Experts
Q&A: Fight veterinary clients' fears with microchip facts
Sometimes clients are afraid to have their pets microchipped. What can I say to calm their fears?
Pearls of Practice
A tough pill to swallow
Pill your cat and stay on good terms.
Stop sticker shock in veterinary practice
Provide estimates and payment options to block the shock.
Singing the heartworm heartache and Lyme disease blues
Focus on the problem at hand and move forward with treatment.
Patient care
Canine aggression: Getting to a good walk
By Gary Landsberg, BSC, DVM, DACVB, CECVBM-CA
When the nightly walk becomes a nightmare for pet owners and their dogs, it's time for veterinary technicians to intervene.
Team Training
Team up for healthier pets
By Portia Stewart
Every veterinary team member has a hand in safeguarding pets' health.
3 steps to ease the strain of an itchy workup
Follow these steps to get veterinary clients to follow through.

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