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How would you perform this procedure?
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Know the types of surgeries that could be performed on large and small animals in every area, from abdomen to deformities to wounds. Obviously you are not the veterinarian and will not be held accountable for the depth of knowledge and experience, but you need to be familiar about the different therapeutic and surgical procedures. You may want to brush up on your diagnostic testing as well. The vet wants to know if you can be trusted to work alongside him. It's worth studying your terminology before the interview to make sure your future partner in crime feels confident in your skills!

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User-Submitted Answers

How would you perform this procedure?
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The only thing I can think of, which isn't very relevant, would be a trick problem on a test or quiz in school.
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I've learned a lot by just taking a moment before I walk into a room and evaluatiing how the client and patient are feeling on first impression. Without doing this in the past I've missed some obvious cues about what the client is going through and how to handle the pet.
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During a learning outcome assessment in anesthesia, the question was what is the first thing you do for an animal that is apneic. I thought you turned down the anesthetic gas, before giving them a breath. So next time, I remembered. "If the animal is not breathing. Give them a breath."
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During a learning outcome assessment in anesthesia, the question was what is the first thing you do for an animal that is apneic. I thought you turned down the anesthetic gas, before giving them a breath. So next time, I remembered. "If the animal is not breathing. Give them a breath."
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Its really hard to say. I try my very best to find the best possible solution to a problem, and If I do miss a obvious solution, I usually have really great team members that help me find a solution and I try not to make a big deal about it because its also a learning experience and next time I will know what to do.
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1. Describe a time when you missed an obvious solution to a problem.
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Diligence to make sure stress inducing issues are resolved before handling and treating a cat.
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I have never done this. I am a critical thinker and problem solver, I have developed an excellent skill set from business schools which I attended before college.
9.
When I explained that a patient had not been vaccinated for rabies and 3 years that it did not occur to me that the vaccine was a three year and that the patient was not due for another 4 months.
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I used to love playing mind games and puzzles, but I often wouldn't be able to find the answer because I was looking too closely. It was only when someone would point it outthat I realized how obvious that answer would be.