Veterinary school—and, let’s face it, the profession in general—is riddled with stressors that harm mental and physical health. Here, experts and students at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine share some of the most common pressures they see as well as some positive fixes to combat them.
We know that vaccines train the immune system to react quickly to certain diseases. Let veterinary clients with new puppies know all about how awesome vaccination is in this printable PDF client handout.
Practice manager by day, accounting wizard by night. Or so they’ll think. Trick your boss into thinking you actually know what you’re doing by building a budget for your veterinary practice in five minutes. No, really!
Print it out for your new-puppy kits. Put it in your veterinary hospital's exam rooms and reception area. Put it on your website. New puppies will thank you for their better manners and less fear down the road.
Whether planned or completely unexpected, huge life changes throw a huge wrench into your system. So, from one veterinary professional to another, here are my top three tips for getting through it better and stronger than before.
If you can answer affirmatively to all 10 questions, you just might be perfect. If not, we have some reading suggestions that can help you make some valuable tweaks to your life and your veterinary clinic.