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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Alabama spay-neuter bill dies quiet death

September 1, 2012

HB 156 allowing veterinarians to work at nonprofit facilities never reaches final vote; issues between clinics and ASBVME may be far from over.

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State of the Profession: A look at veterinary compensation

August 29, 2012

DVM illustrates key issues in finance, workforce and practice life through the results of the 2012 State of the Profession Survey.

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Loud and clear: Veterinary staff happy to show client the door

July 1, 2012

One DJ gets a taste of his own medicine – courtesy of a veterinary office manager

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No veterinary workforce shortage, study finds

July 1, 2012

But impending gaps are identified in research, public health, industry; panel calls veterinary profession's current direction 'unsustainable.'

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Veterinarians: Be choosy about choosing

July 1, 2012

Too many options from a veterinarian can be confusing – streamline your clients' and eliminate their frustration.

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12 secrets to Mayo Clinic's success that may help your veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

Just like this institution, your veterinary practice can be a well-oiled machine.

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A solid exit plan can soothe veterinary practice burnout

July 1, 2012

When you feel like you're constantly trudging through your day, a change in careers might be a refreshing solution. But if you decide to get out of veterinary practice ownership and sell – be prepared.

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Three ways veterinarians are their own worst enemies

July 1, 2012

Introverted? Hate selling? Business-phobic? You're not alone, but these traits could be killing your veterinary practice.

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Ethical dilemma: What a veterinary client wants

July 1, 2012

It can be hard to say no to an emotional veterinary client, but if you stick to your guns, you might be stuck with big problems.

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