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Q&A: Stop piddling around with veterinary test results

October 1, 2011

Q: What can our veterinary team do to get the most accurate results from a urinalysis?

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Fix your veterinary files

October 1, 2011

Use these clips to organize your veterinary patient files.

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Straighten up: Poor posture is bad for your health

September 20, 2011

A new study says that good posture can make you feel more powerful and increase your pain threshold.

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Hook veterinary patients' Elizabethan collars

September 1, 2011

Collar your mess.

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Cardboard condos for your veterinary patients

September 1, 2011

Go green and make these homemade hideaways for cats.

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The social media status of your veterinary practice

August 1, 2011

If we posted this story on Facebook or Twitter, almost half of you would see it. And if you aren't greeting clients via social media, you're missing out on the chance to strengthen bonds&mdashp;not to mention you're passing up free advertising.

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Tools of the veterinary trade

August 1, 2011

When your practice adds equipment and services, you'll find opportunities for better client and patient care and increased professional growth.

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Veterinary team members: Conquer the world (wide Web)

August 1, 2011

The online possibilities are endless: finding clinical information, bonding with clients, ordering supplies, and so on. Here's how you and your colleagues are taking advantage of the Internet.

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Managers: How to monitor your employees' Internet usage

August 1, 2011

Keep an eye out for inappropriate computer usage by using a few simple tools.

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