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approached me about writing this article, I was a little reluctant. But after giving the subject some thought, I decided, Why not?
Certainly I can find some helpful statistics to bring about a solid article.
What I did find was that in the worlds of physical therapy, law, and counseling, research reveals that dating clients is common, although not looked upon favorably.
I was not able, however, to find statistics regarding veterinary professionals dating clients.
Instead, I moved my research to the “field” and asked colleagues and friends about their personal experiences. I have worked as a veterinary technician in a small western Colorado town for 13 years, so I have a good understanding of what goes on within a practice.
We have hired many fresh graduates, and the majority were single at the time.
”I can recall 3 new veterinarians marrying clients.
When I consider my many single team members—veterinary technicians, receptionists, assistants, and veterinarians—I estimate that about a third have dated a client or 2.
Keep in mind, not all those relationships began in the practice; when people start dating a team member, they tend to bring their pet to the practice.
One manager I interviewed said, “I had a veterinarian marry a client.
I encouraged him because I felt they were a great fit. We loved them both and were very happy they were together.
Realistically, as much as most veterinarians work, where else would they meet someone?