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Dissing the dress code in veterinary practice

March 1, 2013

Dress codes are in place for a reason. Keep your employees' work attire appropriate with these helpful tips from Shawn McVey.

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Tackling tick talks across the map

March 1, 2013

Veterinary clients are often in the dark about the risk ticks present for their pets. Use these tips to tackle tough tick talks, region by region.

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From WVC: Veterinary practice owners need to let managers manage

February 19, 2013

Delegating makes room for great things, says Brian Conrad, CVPM

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Breaking up is easy to do

February 1, 2013

If you keep your veterinary practice vision in mind, brainstorming in small groups could be the answer to (most of) your prayers.

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How veterinary practice owners are like Japanese warlords

February 1, 2013

Defending your veterinary business against chaos is your paramount mission.

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I've lost that loving feeling

February 1, 2013

Build a bond and regain the closeness even if your veterinary team is growing.

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The flea control toolkit

February 1, 2013

This dvm360 toolkit focuses on flea control. With more social media tools, client education videos, scripts, and more, this special package will help you get pet owners up to speed about parasite prevention.

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Team meeting a snoozefest? Fix it!

February 1, 2013

Whether it's too many tangents, irrelevant discussions, or too much nitpicking and criticism bringing you down—use this advice to wake up your veterinary team meetings.

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Too much gossiping?

February 1, 2013

Get less chatter and more productivity out of your veterinary team.

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