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Detection, treatment of dental caries in dogs

September 27, 2012

Canines' canines are often unaffected, but be on the lookout for this condition in other dentition.

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Know the demographics before you buy a veterinary practice

September 1, 2012

The location of your veterinary practice means your business could sink or swim.

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Practice Survival: 5 mistakes your veterinary office receptionist is making on the phone

September 1, 2012

Communicating effectively over the phone is just as important as in person. Here's how to make sure your veterinary team does it right.

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Three steps for veterinarians to effective periodontal disease diagnosis

September 1, 2012

Visual examination, anesthetized probing and intraoral radiography can help veterinarians assess each patient's level of disease.

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Letter of the Law: Once bitten, twice shy – the best way for your veterinary clinic to handle pet restraint

September 1, 2012

Use these five legal guidelines at your veterinary practice in the daily effort to prevent a lawsuit while simultaneously protecting your staff and your wallet.

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Overview of equine skin diseases

September 1, 2012

How to spot when something goes wrong with this essential barrier to the outside world.

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Where did I go wrong? Blockheads with bullhorns in veterinary waiting rooms

September 1, 2012

Luckily for veterinarians, they're glad to "educate" everyone in the waiting area.

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Market Watch: 5 steps to a stellar first impression with veterinary clients

September 1, 2012

You don't get a second chance to make a first impression with your veterinary clients – so you better do it well.

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The Jockey Club announces project to identify at-risk racehorses

September 1, 2012

In June, The Jockey Club announced plans to develop a statistics-based system that would notify track officials and regulatory veterinarians when a horse that has been entered in a race is facing a heightened risk of injury. The Jockey Club hired Tim Parkin, BSc, BVSc, PhD, DECVPH, MRCVS, University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine, to develop these at-risk protocols, based on the Equine Injury Database (EID). The project is expected to be complete in August 2012.

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