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Tell your story in Veterinary Economics' 2012 Article Contest!

March 20, 2012

$300 and your tale in Veterinary Economics.

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Veterinary practice management by the open book

March 1, 2012

Dr. Ross Clark has built a legacy on open-book management.

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Myths vs. facts: The truth about ticks

September 14, 2011

Share these tick tips with your veterinary clients to help them keep their pets safe.

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Almost-A-Dog, Ozzie Pawsbourne among top 10 weirdest names for dogs and cats

July 20, 2011

"Bella" has been the most popular pet name for the last two years running, but pet owners are still coming up with creative, quirky names for their best friend companions.

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Downloadable forms: There's a veterinary form for that

July 1, 2011

Make life easier for your clients—and you—with these eight downloadable forms.

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Q&A: Is my leadership style best for veterinary practice?

June 1, 2011

Q: What leadership style is best for veterinary practice?

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9 steps to calm anxious pets

June 1, 2011

Pet anxiety causes problems for pet owners. You can help with a behavior program.

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Social media for today's equine practitioner

April 1, 2011

Statistics show that at least 61 percent of your clients are using social networks. Are you? Find out how Facebook and Twitter can help your practice's profits soar.

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BizQuiz: Should I share this gossip?

March 16, 2011

Gossip can strengthen relationships at your veterinary practice ... or tear them apart. Do you know when to talk and when to stay silent?

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