| From the Manager's Bookshelf
Book Title: Career Choices for Veterinary Technicians: Opportunities for Animal Lovers
Author: Rebecca Rose, CVT and Carin Smith, DVM
Year Published: 2009
Helpful to: Veterinary Technicians and Assistants
Brief Review: Career Choices for Veterinary Technicians is full of options for working and aspiring veterinary technicians, including positions in general, specialty, and corporate practices. Read comments from veterinary techicians around the country, who offer advice and insight about the career moves that led to their success in the veterinary community.
Hospital managers will learn about veterinary technician specialties available to veterinary technicians, help them identify a new passion within veterinary practice and give them resources for their success. Grief counseling, inventory management, dental specialty, supervisory positions, and animal massage are but a few options detailed. Technicians don't have to experience burnout and practice managers can help them stay engaged for longer, more satisfying careers. Rebecca Rose, CVT
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