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Success in cutting waste, boosting profit starts at top

April 1, 2007

Current trends toward bigger veterinary practices — with more people using supplies, technology and equipment — and more part-time practitioners who don't have the concerns and pressures of ownership lead inevitably to decreasing profitability and higher debt.

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Safety techniques make a difference

March 1, 2007

I can still remember the feeling of the tractor-tire cleats thumping across my back as I fell onto the tire when my uncle unexpectedly swerved the tractor, traveling in high gear.

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The age of specialization

March 1, 2007

Career 'journal' shows how a typical longtime practitioner could get caught unaware

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The dreaded tax audit: How to lower your risk

March 1, 2007

For many years, the risk of a tax audit was barely on the radar for most veterinarians, but today the chances that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will flag a practitioner's tax return for an audit are noticeably greater.

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Confronting Grief

March 1, 2007

A veterinarian's relationship with the client should not end with the death of a companion animal.

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Maintain a log to help protect assets

March 1, 2007

A furniture and equipment log can be a valuable tool for any veterinary practice. It can be maintained on a spreadsheet program, with columns for the date of purchase, description of the asset, purchase price, supplier and other pertinent information.

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Developing a vaccine strategy

March 1, 2007

Who would have guessed that the great debate of this decade would focus on vaccine protocols?

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There was a time . . . before specialists

March 1, 2007

I have met many good surgeons like J.D. over the years. They are surgeons in the true sense and love their work. Yes, they are surgeons even if they are not board-certified, but they are a dying breed.

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'What's this going to cost?' Answer with caution

March 1, 2007

Everybody loves detailed estimates. It's just that practices cannot afford them. The labor is just too costly.

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