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Doody's Review ServiceReviewer: Kent Davis, DVM, B.S.(University of Illinois Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital)
Description: This manual for relief veterinary technicians is authored by a veterinarian and a veterinary technician.
Purpose: This manual is for the veterinary technician wishing to start a business as a relief employee. The authors' objectives are worthy and fulfilled.
Audience: It is written for veterinary technicians. The authors seem very credible with their information about what is needed to start a relief business.
Features: There is sufficient information on setting up your contracts, taxes, licensing, and other business needs. Good examples of these documents are provided. There are tabs for each of the manual's eight sections.
Assessment: This is a perfect source for veterinary technicians who are interested in starting their own relief practice. All the information needed is included in this manual. A future edition with updated costs and expenses would be useful.