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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Don't fall into the complacency trap: Track the numbers

January 1, 2008

Complacency can kill relationships, skills, marriages, businesses, teams, countries and empires.

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Opening a practice today requires vigilance

January 1, 2008

To invest our hard-earned dollars, many of us purchase securities in the stock market. It is purely legalized gambling. We are betting that, at some future date, we can sell that stock for a profit.

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Going green

January 1, 2008

Shadyside, Pa. — Believed to be the first in this region, a veterinary practice has gone green.

VHMA hosting management retreat

December 12, 2007

St. Augustine, Fla. - 12/12/07 - The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association, Inc. is holding its annual Management Retreat Feb. 1-3 at the Casa Monica Hotel in St. Augustine, Fla.

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Wake up now to the realities of long-term care insurance

December 1, 2007

I don't want you to go broke. And I want to teach you how to avoid it now and through your eventual retirement.

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A Christmas Carole

December 1, 2007

Dr. Eb Rouge sat at his desk sorting his mail and bills. His habit was to have an ongoing conversation with himself.

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Hire a manager to improve profits and sanity

December 1, 2007

Alachua, Fla. — Veterinarians could be losing tens of thousands of dollars each year by leaving one clinic position unfilled — practice manager.

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Defeating complacency: The practice killer

November 1, 2007

Complacency is a terrible disease.

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Wanted: cooperation, please

November 1, 2007

Last night I received a phone call from the doctor who provides routine veterinary services to a dairy herd where I do the ration balancing. This herd is experiencing some problems with fresh cows, and the doctor performed some blood testing in an attempt to obtain clues regarding the cause of these problems. The blood work revealed moderately low albumin levels in most of the six dry cows he tested. This suggests low protein intake.

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