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Unwanted kitten distribution and other absurd veterinary client accusations

December 1, 2013

Dropping off kittens in the cover of darkness, dreaming up diabetes in a dog, changing the weather...yup, it's all in a day's work at a veterinary clinic.

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Writing the right veterinary records

December 1, 2013

Detailed veterinary records are essential for responsible pet care (even if your relevant observations of the pet owners cause trouble).

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A veterinary client gets chased—with his pants down

December 1, 2013

The first day of work can be hard. Or it can end with an obese man losing his trousers while he's getting chased by a cow.

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Keeping up with noncompete clauses in veterinary employment contracts

December 1, 2013

Massachusetts, among other states, is looking to ban these controversial clauses you may find when signing on as an associate.

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The secret language of veterinarians

November 1, 2013

Of all the crazy medical terms out there, none are cooler than the ones that we make up.

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Something is fishy about us veterinarians

November 1, 2013

It's time to break through the glass wall that stands between veterinary practitioners and clients. Ditch the excuses and make client communication a top priority in your clinic.

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Introducing screw-down veterinary medicine

November 1, 2013

Better tell your veterinary clients to hold on for their life after you administer this kind of injection.

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Hey, good lookin'! Is your veterinary clinic gender biased?

November 1, 2013

If one of your male employees came to you with concerns about gender bias, what would you do to remedy the situation?

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Be an advocate for preventive veterinary care

October 1, 2013

Revisit the Veterinarian's Oath and reenergize your efforts to practice preventive care for your patients.

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