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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Adapt your veterinary practice or die

May 1, 2012

20 issues driving change in our veterinary profession.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Texas drought estimated at costing state $7.62 billion

May 1, 2012

Last year's drought cost agriculture $7.6 billion in losses, making it the most expensive drought in history.

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Owe money to your corporation?

May 1, 2012

7 signs the IRS looks for to identify shareholder loans vs. taxable distributions.

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dvm360 iPad publication: Issue 10 now available

April 6, 2012

Learn about three fires that devastated veterinary practices; help clients comply with four important recommendations; diagnose Misou the cat in an interactive case study; stay healthy and fit to practice; plus view quizzes, videos, photos, and more.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Ohio DVMs report decline in profits, remain optimistic

April 1, 2012

Columbus, Ohio — More than half of Ohio veterinarians who participated in a recent economic survey say their profits have decreased since 2009, but they are still optimistic about the future.

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Fight to save practice nets business advocacy award

April 1, 2012

Garden Grove, Calif. — When developers threatened to take over the corner where the Garden Grove Dog and Cat Hospital was located, Dr. Les Malo decided to fight back.

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dvm360 iPad publication: Issue 9 now available

March 8, 2012

In this issue: Learn about using social media for practice; discover why H5N1 researchers postponed publication; attract cat clients; speak so clients and co-workers hear you; plus view videos, photos, quizzes, and more.

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Veterinarians face off against PetMed Express

March 1, 2012

Veterinarians got the chance to air their grievances about PetMed Express at NAVC.

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Poised for growth?

March 1, 2012

Federal economists predict there will be 10,400 more veterinarians by 2020.

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