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New technicians: Prove your worth in the veterinary clinic

June 29, 2011

If you can demonstrate professionalism, enthusiasm, and a desire to better yourself, you'll reveal yourself as an important team member right away.

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Leading LVT weighs in on increasing veterinary technicians' value in practice

June 1, 2011

Firstline editor Kerry Hillard Johnson and Kara Burns, LVT, discuss a recent gathering of veterinary technicians.

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Top 5 dermatology questions clients ask technicians

May 1, 2011

Use this information to successfully answer clients' questions about their pets' dermatology issues.

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BreedQuiz: Can you identify these 4 horses?

April 15, 2011

Many horse breeds have a defining characteristic—such as a dishy face or a distinctive color. Study the trait pictured and see if you can determine the breed. Then test your knowledge by clicking the "next" button to see the answer. Start with the horse below.

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Technicians: Why get involved with veterinary dentistry?

April 13, 2011

Practicing veterinary dentistry is beneficial for clients, pets and you.

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When veterinary clients diss their dogs

June 1, 2013

Q: Sometimes when we mention a pet needs to lose weight, clients blame the animals. How do we keep these conversations positive?

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Survey results: Quantifying the value of technicians

March 10, 2011

Firstline and Banfield partnered to survey more than 2,000 veterinarians, technicians, and other team members. Here's a peek at some of the results.

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Euthanasia: It's OK for you to cry

March 1, 2011

The pain of euthanasia takes a toll on clients—and you. Veterinary team members and experts share experiences and advice to help heal the hurt.

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Live from WVC: Any technician can get involved in pet behavior

February 22, 2011

The technician specialty in behavior is a strong educational opportunity, and even technicians without a VTS can take a leading role in behavior.

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