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FIRSTLINE, Oct 1, 2013
Ask the Experts
Our veterinary practice owner's baby gives us the blues
Q: Our veterinarian brings her infant to work every day. Our team lags behind with our work because if the baby starts fussing we have to drop what we're doing and take care of the baby. What can we do?
Pearls of Practice
Don't forget the fecal sample
Get fecal samples from veterinary clients with these three tips.
Practice managers: Why you need CE
By Christine Shupe
Make time to improve your veterinary skills with some continuing education.
Sample script: Discussing palliative care
Do you know how to talk to your veterinary clients about palliative care? Here's a couple approaches you can try.
My amazing job
Why I love working with exotic pets
By Angela Cerone , Laurie Hess, DABVP
Welcome to the amazing world of animals that hop, slither and soar through the doors of the veterinary practice where we work every day.
The exotic pet technician's role: Why specializing matters
By Lorelei Tibbetts, LVT, VTS
Here's a glimpse into the job of a veterinary technician who specializes in exotic companion animals.
Professional Growth
10 ways to get a veterinary team job
By Donna Recupido, CVPM
Use these hints to avoid common resume mistakes and learn how to stand out to veterinary employers with an introduction that spells, "Hire me."
Client Communication
How to get through tough money talks with veterinary clients
By Portia Stewart
Feeling blown away by clients frustrated with the cost of care? Use these tips and scripts to calm the storm.

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