Ask yourself if you're truly confident the case will proceed well under home care.
Why did this NFL quarterback throw it all away for a betting blood sport? He didn't bet on our outrage.
No, it's not the fees you're charging. The words you're using are doing the damage.
Doctors tend to hang on to bad habits and attitudes from their first job. Seeking out mentors—or mentoring a new grad at your practice—can help.
Local veterinary hospitals wouldn't treat a dying dog—and not because they didn't have the skills or the client wouldn't pay.
In the opening days of the pet food recall, veterinarians needed early warnings and facts from the pet food industry. We didn't get them.
Receptionists who shortchange your relief doctor are shorting your veterinary practice's bottom line.
I thought I knew what the ideal veterinary client looked like—the one who's willing to pay for the highest level of care. I was wrong.
Don't dump veterinary healthcare choices in clients' laps. You're the expert, so don't be afraid to tell them what's medically necessary.