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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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Oh, why did I post that?

December 1, 2010

Is the payback worth the juicy post or tweet?

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A clinical board game for the whole team

December 1, 2010

Bust out this board game at your next team meeting to improve patient care.

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Uncover your online reputation

December 1, 2010

Use these websites to see what the Web says about you.

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Management reports–What is essential for veterinary practice managers and technicians (Proceedings)

November 1, 2010

Veterinary Practice Managers and Technicians are bombarded with financial information. Given this, determining which information to focus on can be an important task.

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Common sense management (Proceedings)

November 1, 2010

In the mid 1970's, the National economy started to slow down while the number of veterinarians continued to increase. Concerns were expressed that too many veterinarians would be produced by the year 2000. In the late 1970's and 1980's some practices experienced reduced numbers of clients and no-growth or slow growth gross incomes resulting in declining net incomes.

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Fight your fear of pet insurance paperwork

November 1, 2010

Overwhelmed by the thought of recommending pet insurance because of the administrative work involved? Don't fret. These tips can simplify the process and make pet insurance pay for your veterinary practice.

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Dermatology: Top 5 questions technicians ask about diagnostic testing

November 1, 2010

Tips on performing skin cytology, dermatophyte cultures, and more.

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Pharmaceutical compounding: who's following the rules? (Proceedings)

November 1, 2010

Veterinarians are faced daily with the therapeutic challenge of treating species and conditions for which no approved drug exists. Other challenges include the differing needs of patients that have species-specific requirements, as well as individual needs for palatability and formulation.

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