What do vets do more than anything else?
In reality, all veterinary hospitals could add that description to their name, because there is no single thing vets do more than teach clients. Everything from grooming to nutrition to surgical aftercare to proper use of topical flea treatments and on and on fill every hour of every day. Successful veterinarians are good teachers.
How does a veterinarian build a relationship with a client?
Not only do we build relationships with clients and staff, but also with the animals they treat. Even if a client likes you and trusts your abilities, they may not stay with you if they perceive their pet does not like you, too. In her article, “ Veterinarian’s Benefits and Characteristics ,” over at the Houston Chronicle, Aurelio Locsin says:
When do we vet a statement or candidate for a position?
When we vet a statement for accuracy or vet a candidate for a position, what are we doing, literally? Does the verb have something to do with veteran “a person with long experience,” perhaps indicating that the thing or person vetted is proved to be tried and true?
Why do veterinarians refuse to do blood work?
“Here’s a pet peeve: Owners who don’t want to pay for diagnostic tests but then cop an attitude because you don’t know what’s wrong with the animal. Since you wouldn’t let me do the blood work or X-rays, how the heck do you expect me to know?”
Do you think vets are just about the pets?
We are Often People People – Most people think vets are just “about the pets”. For some, this is true and they are better animal people and not so good at people socialization. However, it doesn’t matter if the pets like us or not – what matters is the pet owners like us.
How to respond to a veterinarian interview question?
This question is practically begging you to highlight your positive attributes. So don’t give a vague, generic response; that tells the interviewer very little about you. Instead, try and use this question as an opportunity to give the interviewer some insight into your character, and use examples where possible.
Why do veterinarians hate to talk about money?
Vets Hate Talking About Money – Veterinarians are trained to in medicine and surgery. Not business. That is a weakness in the veterinary curriculum. And most vets are happy to talk to you about what is best medically for “Fluffy” but hate to talk to you about what it is going to cost to help “Fluffy”.
How do you know if a vet procedure is really necessary?
Back in the exam room, I waited while they did the lab work. They also called the ultrasound techs to see when they could come by. (It’s a procedure they outsource.) The lab work showed no issues other than dehydration, which was to be expected. The ultrasound, it turned out, couldn’t happen until tomorrow morning.