Taming your veterinary clinic's cat

Taming your veterinary clinic's cat

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Sep 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff


PHOTOS COURTESY OF KIM FISH
Our three-legged clinic cat Teeter is notorious for lying in the lab. Unfortunately, he has a habit of stretching out and pushing things off the counter. Our glass immersion-oil bottle is one of them. The solution to broken glass and oil everywhere is this: Put the immersion oil in a syringe, remove the needle, label it with a hazard sticker and cap it. The doctors love it.

—Kim Fish
Practice manager
Seville Animal Hospital
Seville, Ohio

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