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The veterinary business wheel needs to keep turning

October 1, 2011

How your veterinary practice compares to success in other industries—and why you should pay attention

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Roadside service for your veterinary practice

October 1, 2011

Look to associate veterinarian compensation and location for the reasons your practice has a flat (revenue)

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Top 3 ways to price products and services

September 1, 2011

Top 3 ways to price products and services

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6 lessons learned about the decline of veterinary care

September 1, 2011

Use these lessons to help turn around your practice and make sure pets get the care they need

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Use a public relations campaign to help your practice grow

September 1, 2011

Recruit new clients and grow your practice with a well-planned campaign to educate the public about the pet care and services you offer.

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The rise and fall of the veterinary medicine empire

September 1, 2011

Gather round and hear the story of how the noble veterinary profession battles the odds

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Veterinary groups form coalition to jumpstart visits to veterinarians

September 1, 2011

St. Louis — The number of veterinary visits is falling, and a new partnership between veterinary associations and animal health companies aims to reverse the trend.

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Hanging with Hafen: Could concierge service work in your veterinary hospital?

August 2, 2011

If you're willing to try something new to bond with your clients and provide more personal service to your patients, concierge care could be the answer.

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Top marketing trends for today's veterinary practice (Proceedings)

August 1, 2011

Marketing in today's practice plays an important part of a practice way to generate new business and keep existing clients happy. If you look at the way at how new clients determine who to pick their veterinarian it comes from one of four main ways: referrals, location, signage and your internet presence.

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