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Veterinarians and clients should know the surprising places xylitol is found

February 1, 2014

Hidden sources of pet toxin could mean trouble for your veterinary patients.

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Pervasive inefficiency in veterinary clinics

February 1, 2014

Being busy in a veterinary hospital doesn't mean being productive—or profitable.

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Don't fall prey to these delegation dangers at your veterinary clinic

February 1, 2014

If veterinarians delegate too many tasks they risk taking themselves out of the loop. Don't delegate enough and risk inefficiencies and employee resentment. Here's how to get it just right.

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Battling the debt demon: One veterinarian's quest to survive

February 1, 2014

The conclusion of a three-part series featuring stories from veterinarians on the front lines of the war on student debt.

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Retrain yourself to think veterinary client retention

January 1, 2014

Acquiring new clients is a necessity when growing your veterinary practice, but don't overlook the importance of keeping the clients you already have.

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When veterinary employees seek greener pastures

January 1, 2014

Are you overstepping your boundaries by hiring an employee from a competing veterinary clinic? Read on to find out.

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Veterinary employees: Exempt or non-exempt? That is the question!

January 1, 2014

Moving top-performing veterinary employees from hourly to salaried positions isn't always a win-win situation.

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Conspiracy theory: Excluding competition from nearby veterinary clinics

January 1, 2014

There are real-world effects if a handful of veterinary clinics from the same geographic area foster an anticompetitive environment.

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A veterinarian's interview with an eminent inventor

January 1, 2014

Sure, phones are convenient—if you consider a 3 a.m. "emergency" call on Christmas Eve convenient.

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