You already know how tough it can be for yourself to adjust to new surroundings on each travel nursing assignment in a new city, have you ever thought abut what your dog or cat go through. And if they are uprooting a couple times a year it may be magnified. Pets can be stressed by this situation just like you can, but with a little forethought and planning this doesn’t have to be a big deal. Here are some great resources to help you ease the transition for your four-legged travel buddy.
My name is Jeff Long. I’m the Marketing Manager at Medical Solutions, one of the leading travel nursing companies. I have never been a nurse and am not a recruiter. I have worked at Medical Solutions for four years and think it is a great company that has a lot to offer nurses and allied health professionals interested in a travel career. I do post just a small sampling of travel nursing jobs from Medical Solutions, but mostly I write about travel nursing. On this site you will not be recruited on this blog (unless you specifically inquire about traveling with Medical Solutions then I will forward your info to a Recruiter). I understand that you are reading and/or commenting on this blog purely for informational purposes and I want you to enjoy that experience My job is to help you meet your career goals by sharing information, advice and the benefits of travel nursing with you.
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