NCC Students Gearing up for Republic Day | Through Horse Riding Practice



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Veterinary Practice Tips Series – Exam Room Greetings by Wendy S. Myers



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In this practice tip, Wendy S. Myers, President of Communication Solutions for Veterinarians discusses the proper steps to take when introducing yourself in the exam room. She also discusses key words and phrases to use that will help the entire veterinary staff communicate more effectively. For more veterinary practice tips please visit www.4act.com.

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Lab allows veterinary students practice before work with live animals – Virginia Tech



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Stocked with models and mannequins that resemble live animals, the clinical skills lab at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech enables veterinary students to practice things like bandaging, catheterization, intubation, and suturing before they begin their fourth-year clinical rotations.

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Veterinary Practice Tips: Wendy Myers on First Impressions



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

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3 Actions You Can Take to Bring Customer Success to Your Veterinary Practice



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Customer Success is often associated with technology companies, but this concept can be adapted for your veterinary practice to set your clients up for success. Our Director of Continuing Education, Sam Schopler, has three actions that you can take to bring Customer Success to your practice in this quick how-to video by PetDesk.

Veterinary Practice Tips: Joel Parker on Good Manners



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

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Veterinary Practice Tips: Amanda Donnelly on Active Listening



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

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Veterinary Receptionist Training



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The Level 2 Certificate for Veterinary Receptionists, awarded by VetSkill, is an online course tailored for the veterinary environment; that can be undertaken alongside employment, or voluntary work in a veterinary reception setting.

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Veterinary Practice Tips: Karen Gavzer on Body Language



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

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Quick Tips for Veterinary Practice Profitability



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It’s very realistic to think veterinary practices can improve their profitability. But it takes some work. Dr. Karen Felsted, a veterinarian and financial consultant to veterinary practices, offers practical tips to improve financial performance and start your veterinary practice on a path to greater value and improved profit.

Cannabis Products in the Veterinary Practice: Is It Worth the Risk?



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Liz Hughston, MEd., RVT, CVT, VTS (SAIM, ECC), and Stephen F. Cital, RVT, SRA, RLAT, VTS-Lab Animal, veterinary board members for Phyto Animal Health, advise veterinarians to check their state laws regarding recommending and discussing cannabis products with clients. This is a very gray area right now, Hughston says, and it has become much more difficult to know where to draw the line.

The two board members caution practitioners when it comes to recommending and even carrying a cannabis product in their hospital. Federally, there is a huge potential for risk if you do so.

Hughston lays out the safest course for a veterinarian interested in incorporating cannabis products into their practice. First, learn as much as you can about the cannabis products available and identify what profile you’re looking for. Secondly, do a risk assessment and decide how much risk you’re willing take in your veterinary practice.

Remember: Clients can get these products easily on their own—it may not be worth the risk of your licenses to carry these products out of your practice.

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Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing at The College of Animal Welfare



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As the largest provider of veterinary nurse training in the UK, we have a commitment to promoting animal welfare and raising the standards of veterinary nurse care. We can offer you the opportunity to train as a veterinary nurse by joining a community of like-minded students who all share a passion for animals and a desire to join an exciting and rewarding profession.

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How to Ride a Horse



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Whether you’re interested in Western- or English-style horseback riding, some simple information can help you learn to ride a horse fast.

Step 1: Outfit yourself
Dress appropriately in well-fitting, sturdy shoes with a minimal heel, long pants that are comfortable but not too loose, and a riding helmet that fits your head.

Step 2: Gear up
Outfit your horse with the right gear, or tack, including a bit, a bridle, a halter, reins, and a saddle. Use the appropriate saddle for your riding style: English riding requires a lightweight saddle with a shallow seat and no horn, while Western riding uses a heavy saddle with a deep seat and a horn.

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It’s best to approach a horse at its shoulder — never approach from behind.

Step 3: Mount your horse
Holding the end of the reins in your left hand, place your left foot in the left stirrup, grab the saddle’s pommel or horn with your right hand, and spring upward. Swing your right leg up and over the back of the horse and land in the saddle as gently as possible.

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Use a mounting block or a friend to help you mount your horse as you’re learning.

Step 4: Prepare to ride
Sit upright in the saddle with your legs flat against the horse. Keep a straight line extending from your ear to your heel, gripping the reins only as firmly as you need to.

Step 5: Start riding
Squeeze the horse with both heels, and say, “Walk,” to start going. Keep your chin up and look forward. Move up and down in the saddle gently, staying in sync with the horse’s rhythm. Once the horse is moving, relax the pressure on the reins and in your calves. Repeat to move faster.

Step 6: Move with the horse
Press your left calf into the horse to turn right and your right calf to turn left. Slow down by briefly squeezing your thighs against the horse and saying, “Whoa.” Stop the horse by pulling back on the reins.

Tip
Don’t yell instructions or pull strongly on the reins, as this may cause your horse to rear back.

Step 7: Dismount
Hold the reins in your left hand, lean forward, grab the saddle’s pommel or horn with your right, and take your feet out of the stirrups. Swing your right leg over the horse and bend your knees as you land to soften your impact and help keep your legs fresh for your next ride.

Did You Know?
The horse that played Mr. Ed on the 1960s TV sitcom retired to a ranch in Burbank, California after the show’s run ended, where his costar, Alan Young, rode him every morning.