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Top scheduling and staffing tip

December 21, 2010

Teams can stay ahead by taking charge of appointments.

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You picked the cover!

December 21, 2010

The votes are in. See which pet you chose to be DVM Newsmagazine's 2011 small animal calendar cover model.

Team members: Know your worth

December 15, 2010

Team members need to realize that they are an integral part of any veterinary practice.

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7 questions to answer before gifting a pet this holiday

December 14, 2010

Pets aren't always the perfect holiday gift. Here's what to consider before you bestow a fur ball upon an unsuspecting someone.

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Easy team communication: Take a cue from this zoo tech

December 8, 2010

Team communication doesn't have to be stuffy and formal to be useful.

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9 tips of super (successful) veterinary service

December 1, 2010

When you treat your clients well, they respond in kind by coming back, encouraging new clients to visit you, and boosting your veterinary practice's bottom line.

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A tip to keep equipment clean

December 1, 2010

Wrap up centrifuges to keep them clean.

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Help senior pets stay slim

December 1, 2010

Get a comprehnsive list of resources you can use to help clients understand the importance of weight management.

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Why low noise means low anxiety for you and patients

December 1, 2010

The less racket in the clinic, the more at ease animals will be.

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