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5 basic rules of social media

March 26, 2010

If you don't follow the social-media code, you'll drive pet owners away. Here's what to do.

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4 ideas for celebrating Spay Day

February 23, 2010

Valentine's Day is nice, but Spay Day might be February's most important holiday.

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Twitter becomes fundraising tool for Haiti

February 4, 2010

Veterinary groups join forces to spread the word about a Haiti fundraiser with just a few clicks.

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Drill team: 5 ways to boost your practice's dental program

February 1, 2010

Five cheers to get clients and your team rooting for healthy teeth for every pet.

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Tooth truths: Even more ways to boost client dental compliance

February 1, 2010

Get your whole veterinary team involved in showing clients that pets are happier and healthier with preventive dental healthcare.

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8 methods to market dental care

February 1, 2010

Start with these and see if your own creative juices start flowing with love for pet oral health.

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Preserving practice value through economic turmoil (Proceedings)

November 1, 2009

The valuation of a veterinary practice reveals a telling story about the practice and its owners and staff.

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Economic recovery: less than robust, challenges remain, economist predicts

October 1, 2009

Leading economic indicators point to a market bottom and upturn, but the economy faces many challenges that potentially could derail a recovery, Philip J. Romero, dean of California State University's College of Business and Economics, told attendees at Banfield's 2009 Pet Health Care Summit.

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Banfield chief sees slow recovery for animal-health market

October 1, 2009

John Payne, president and CEO of Banfield, The Pet Hospital, thinks the worst is behind but doesn't foresee a dramatic or fast recovery for the animal-health market. He addressed about 100 leaders in the veterinary medical market at the 2009 Pet Health Care Industry Summit in Portland, Ore.

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