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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

In defense of spay-neuter clinics

February 1, 2011

Low-cost spays and neuters fill a crucial need. Veterinarians: Don't begrudge your colleagues who help.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

4 steps to fear-free practice visits

February 1, 2011

Conquer clients' fears at the veterinary practice with these communication tips.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The tip to end all tips

February 1, 2011

Following this guideline will make life in the veterinary practice harder—but easier.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Remember why you're a veterinarian

February 1, 2011

The graceful shape of a cat's face. The watchful eye of a dog. The smile of a grateful client. These are the faces of veterinary care. They keep us going and can help us succeed in practice, conquer our mountains, and be the best veterinarians we can be.

Source: FIRSTLINE

The gift of joy: Lessons from a puppy

February 1, 2011

A veterinarian writes an apology letter to a former pet owner who couldn't afford to care for his dog.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Don't forget you love what you do as a veterinarian—so show it

February 1, 2011

Here are four ways to strengthen your relationship with clients.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Opinion: An associate is worth $35 an hour?

January 1, 2011

No wonder veterinary associates can't imagine ownership. Where does their low self-esteem come from?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Q&A: Turning down tasty treats in favor of a healthy lifestyle

November 1, 2010

How do I handle 'sugar pushers'—clients or team members who bring in sweet treats for our staff or who place fund-raising cookie and candy order forms in the break room? I don't want to be rude, but I also want to live a healthy lifestyle.

Source: CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS

Entering the golden age of veterinary practice (Proceedings)

November 1, 2010

Our profession has had its ups and downs over the years. We have seen periods of perceived shortages and excesses of practicing veterinarians. We have moved from a profession of mostly male, large animal practitioners to one of mostly female, companion animal practitioners. The human-animal bond has been better understood and developed so that our pets have moved from the barn in the 1950's into our bed by the 1990's.

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