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Stop making resolutions: Instead, commit to results when it comes to your veterinary practice

March 1, 2014

By this time of year, most people's good intentions have fizzled out. To find success, veterinarians need to take a different approach.

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What to do about tooth resorption in your veterinary patients

March 1, 2014

Intraoral radiography can help identify this pathology in your patients—and guide you toward the next step in your treatment plan.

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Prevent explosions by tackling conflict at its source

March 1, 2014

Identify and address the root of each problem promptly—you'll learn from your issues and create a pleasant environment at your veterinary practice.

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Program provides veterans' certified service dogs unlimited veterinary care

February 28, 2014

A grant allows Trupanion to cover 100 percent of veterinary bills.

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Surgery bill surprise

February 28, 2014

After a mobile veterinary surgeon departs and complications arise, this doctor learns the cost of shocking a pet owner with an extra invoice.

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It's back: New Fairness to Pet Owners Act introduced in U.S. House

February 28, 2014

Bill says mandatory veterinary prescription writing will lower cost of pet ownership, encourage competition.

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Penn Vet's 'legendary' Dr. Charles Raker dies at 93

February 26, 2014

Longtime equine veterinary surgeon, professor leaves lasting legacy at his alma mater.

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Blog: An important opportunity to improve pet food safety

February 25, 2014

Veterinarians, pet owners need rigorous testing to be mandatory.

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Client handout: Protect your pet from common dangers

February 24, 2014

Chocolate and grapes may be delicious to your clients—and lilies may be beautiful—but clients may not know they can be toxic to pets.

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