Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Blogging for Small Business by Kristy Escobar

            For this blog, I am going to be talking about how to open a business, but also, still have the pleasure of  what you are going to be doing with your business. Opening up a business can be really challenging. There is so much work that goes into it. You have to be very dedicated on keeping the business up. Opening a business comes with so much joy. All these are big key factors on opening and successfully have a good business.
            The amount of work and time that goes into finding a location can be a lot. You will need a lot of time to find a building that you can turn into your business. The location is key to where your business will be at. The way the business looks has a lot to say about you and your business. The amount of time will go into all the work that need done to the building. Along with find a location also comes with the expensive.
            The dedication is a big for when having a business this will help you either succeeded or fail. You have to be dedicated to your business. Dedication can be very difficult when first starting out. But having dedication will bring success to your business. I have the dedication on owning my own business. I am dedicating my time on becoming the best business owner I can be. Without dedication or passion, you will never be where you want to be in the business field.
            The joy that comes with owning your own business is the best feeling ever. You would be your own boss. You will have the pleasure of making up your own business hours. With owning your own business, you would be able to connect with your clients more and enjoy their time, without being rushed to finish them. In the end all the, hard work and the dedication and the joy that your business brings you will all pay off.
            What I have learned while writing this is that it will take time, but with dedication you will succeed at 

whatever life throws at you. Running a business will be some work for you. All the key points I talked about 

are some of the key factors on becoming a great business owner. You can follow your passion on what you 

want out of life. The focus was how to have a successful business with amount of time you put into your 

building, the dedication you have to have and the joy it will bring when you pass that hump of opening a 


Veterinarians Coping with Grief by Mariam Earley

To be a veterinarian, you have to acquire a sense of stubborn hope, so that in the dark years, you can recover and heal and still never give up. Before I became what I am destined to be, I had to learn about myself. My first and not last C.E.T. was based on the suicide rate in the veterinary field, which reveals at a scary 30%. Three vets have committed suicide in this year of 2017, and it lead to the C.E.T. and the lessons I learned about myself.  
            There is nothing more heart breaking when a pet dies; it effects the client and the veterinary team. I’ll never forget when our clinic cat died of cancer; every client that knew her came to the clinic to pay their respect and some of us still feel the loss of Tallulah, but that’s just one of the many challenges in the vet life. We have to deal with death, which is uncomfortable for most people, and you’ll never really here them talk about it.  Yet that’s not all that can get a vet to go crazy; one of the other things are the clients themselves. I have those clients that love their animals so much that they won’t let go even if they are in immense pain. Blackie, for example, was the sweetest dog on three feet and this dog suffered. He had bone cancer which took one of his legs and went into the other leg which we couldn’t take off. Every Saturday at 11:00am Blackie would come in for a new cast, we would decorate it with different gauze colors and cut out designs for him, but as the weeks turn to months and months turned to years Blackie’s leg got painful and swollen with hair loss. My doctor wanted euthanasia, but the owner was like ‘nope, just change the bandage and let us be on our way, oh and can we get some pain killers?’ It made every one of us mad and mournful; we loved Blackie,  but we didn’t want him to suffer. He couldn’t even walk; the owner practically carried him to and from the car- I’ve never seen that dog walk, and that was only the beginning.

            The stubborn hope is necessary for this field because we will go through grief and longings that may never be. I still grieve for many pets that I’ve seen go, and it is hard because grief can last for years before you start to heal. So my advice is if you want to pull through cry, talk, share, and know. Crying helps to get rid of toxins in the brain when you’ve gone through negative emotions. Talking helps to relieve stress and helps to get bonded to the team, which also goes to sharing the sad days, the busy days, the many stressful days to come. So then finally, know that you are not alone, you have a team that feels like you do when something tragic in that clinic happens and always have hope for the better.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Happy 4th of July!!

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Happy 4th of July!!: The Star Spangled Banner Find all things patriotic at USA-Flag-Site.org Oh, say can you see by the dawn’s early light What so proudly w...