“Carpe per diem – seize the check.” – Robin Williams Check out this blog post I wrote for VetPartners and learn more about what gets factored into a relief veterinarian’s fee structure. https://www.vetpartners.org/blog/ Ideas, comments, and questions are always welcome! What goes into your fees as a relief veterinarian? We’d love to hear from you!
How to Handle Scary Relief Gigs. Not all relief jobs are smooth sailing, and part of being a relief vet is dealing with uncomfortable situations in unfamiliar environments with strangers. It comes with the territory. In the spirit of Halloween, I present some scary relief vet scenarios. The Scary Practice It happens. You agree to work
Seriously, What’s the Deal? This is what my dog looks like when he sleeps. Mouth agape. Eyes half-open. Checked out. This is similar to how my face looks when I’m trying to understand my insurance policies and where I have coverage lapses. Relief vets who work as true independent contractors (in tax speak, a
Converting Confusion to Clarity in Florida If I had a crystal ball, I would evaluate my future life and based on the upcoming challenges, I would knowledgeably decide which insurance products to purchase, how much coverage I needed, and how much to pay in premiums. That way, I would only spend as much money on
“Jobs fill your pocket. Adventures fill your soul.” But what if you could have both at the same time? Relief Rover member Dr. Kelly Zier has figured out a way as she travels the United States in her RV saving lives, soaking in the magnificent scenery, and creating memories. Kelly is open to practicing in
Check out this interesting vacation gig in Lake Placid, NY on Relief Rover’s job board. The message popped up on my LinkedIn notifications. Would I be interested in coming to Lake Tahoe, California to cover maternity leave at a single doctor practice? Although I was living in Florida, as a UC Davis graduate I was