Personal/Professional DevelopmentPam's passion for not just veterinary medicine, but for the animals' and peoples' lives she is changing, has earned her the second of 4 Clinic Champions spots.
Whenever I hear the term “paraprofessional” used to describe our profession I have a gut reaction to say: “We’re professionals, thank you.
DentistrySpecializing in any area of veterinary medicine opens many doors. Earning a VTS credential takes time, expertise, and money, but investing in yourself will pay off.
In presenting your résumé, aim to intrigue the manager with the depiction of you, the person, and not just you, the veterinary nurse.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentCholette Ness has led a life of service for others and their pets. From Mexico to St. Croix to Seattle, Washington, Ness has given her abilities and time to those in need, and that is why she is the first of 4 Clinic Champions.
The veterinary nursing profession is full of strong-willed, loving, smart individuals.