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Feline practice management

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Angry cat presents a sticky problem

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Aug 01, 2009

The cat's name was Whoops, and it fit the rascal perfectly. He arrived in a pet carrier and would hiss and slap at the cage door if anyone even looked in his direction.

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Veterinarians offer alternative payment methods to cash-strapped clients

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Aug 01, 2009

Some of your clients are struggling financially. Here's what you should and shouldn't be doing to help them pay for pet healthcare.

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Veterinarians' pets may not receive top-level care

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Aug 01, 2009

We know the truth. You don't comply with your hospital's standards of care when it comes to your own pets. See the surprising data and explore why it might just be human nature.

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The forgotten feline: Grow your veterinary practice by attracting cat owners

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Jul 01, 2009

Are the cats in your practice crying out for attention? Here's how to meet their needs and attract the best cat-owning clients.

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Show us cat owners a little love

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Jul 01, 2009

My cat's a pain, but she requires your care—and kindness.

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Finances: Why cats are better than dogs

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Jul 01, 2009

A smaller animal can yield bigger profits.

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Feline-friendly Web resources

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Jun 24, 2009

Links to Web resources for more on feline medicine, practice tips, and news.

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Help clients say goodbye

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Jun 01, 2009

Sympathy cards show grieving clients you care.

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Fight for felines—and their healthcare

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : May 01, 2009

Cats healthcare needs clients' attention—and veterinarians' too

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A dog's world

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Mar 31, 2009

The deepening recession is taking a swipe at veterinary visits, and cats are at the greatest risk.