Check out our newest opening on Craigslist today:
This part time position works directly with the animals. Immediate hours available are middays and weekends with more availability as we enter our summer season. This is a great role for a stay at home mom with a little free time (children may not be onsite with you.) College students interested in the RVT program are also a great fit and may be able to work into a more medically based role with our RVTs and veterinarians. As most of our time is spent without a veterinarian onsite, hours with Animal RN do not count towards externship hours. Our best team members may be recommended for veterinary work if they desire it.
Check out our listing on Craigslist for more information and how to apply: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/csr/6085152090.html
Since we love our music around here at Animal RN, occasionally we do a little exploring into the history vaults of recording studios. Why?
Because its fun!
This week, for your auditory pleasure, we have some of the top hits of the 1940’s – based on their Billboard music charting. Each of these spent 12 weeks at number one.
Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra – I’ll Never Smile Again (Billboard No.3 1940)
Artie Shaw – Frenesi
Harry James & Helen Forrest – I’ve heard that song before, 1942
The Mills Brothers – Paper Doll
Heartaches Ted Weems 1947
Francis Craig and His Orchestra – Near You 1947
This one didn’t have the same charting success, but it’s my personal favorite from the 40’s, so I had to share it. Ask me to share the story about how I first heard this song – it’s a great family story.
The Andrews Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Of Company B
Today we’re honoring our active and retired military for Memorial Day. Having never served our country, we can’t possibly know the journey of these men and women. We can take a moment to be grateful for the life and freedoms we often take for granted in this country. Thank you for your service! Please know that while we don’t all always agree with our government (or your orders) we here at Animal RN fully support you and are grateful for what you give us.
Good Morning Vietnam AC first broadcast
God Bless the USA – Lee Greenwood by the Gardiner Sisters
Alan Jackson – “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)” Live at the Grand Ole Opry
When Johnny Come Marching Home – Song of the American Civil War
Hero Of War – Rise Against
Uncommon Valor – Jedi Mind Tricks (A Vietnam Story) (New World Order) Hip Hop
This Is War – Thirty Seconds To Mars
Wrong Side Of Heaven – Five Finger Death Punch
American Soldier – Toby Keith
Mosh by Eminem
Letters from Home – John Michael Montgomery
Imagine – John Lennon, by Sawyer Fredericks
In searching for these songs I (Robyn) found it very telling that nearly every genre of music had multiple songs written for and dedicated explicitly to the military.
At the Animal RN office, there’s often music playing quietly under the sounds of calls and emails being returned and the paperwork the day. Our Operations Manager, is usually charged with keeping the music going and even making sure it matches the work we’re doing.
Each Tuesday we post our Tuesday Tunes. It may be a single song that stuck out for her that week or a playlist she shares for all to enjoy. Either way, we thought you’d enjoy a virtual visit to the Animal RN office by way of an audio journey.