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Solving the Latino problem in veterinary medicine

August 27, 2013

Latinos visit the veterinarian less than other Americans, according to some attendees at the 2013 Banfield Pet Healthcare Industry Summit. But at least one study says different.

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Tips for a great cocktail party (and a winning veterinary practice Facebook page)

August 25, 2013

At CVC Kansas City, Dr. Andy Roark shared with a packed room his top tips to host a fantastic cocktail party ... and of course, the same rules apply for your veterinary hospital's Facebook page.

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Exclusive veterinary data from Veterinary Economics' August 2013 issue

August 1, 2013

Check out this online exclusive data from the 2013 Veterinary Economics Business Issues Survey.

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BizQuiz: Would you be prepared if violence erupted at your veterinary practice?

July 23, 2013

Violent incidents can happen anywhere, but there are things a practice team can do to be less vulnerable.

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Posts and tweets about puppy and kitten care

July 1, 2013

Use your social media network to raise awareness about common puppy and kitten concerns.

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How can I get my veterinary practice found online?

June 13, 2013

Make client contact easy.

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Address client complaints about the cost of veterinary medications

June 6, 2013

Move beyond sticker shock by reframing your prices.

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Posts and tweets about annual exams

June 1, 2013

Use your social media network to stress the importance of yearly check-ups to veterinary clients.

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Live from CVC: Website and e-mail tips: Marketing your veterinary practice in the digital age

August 27, 2012

At CVC Kansas City this week, Dr. Dave Nicol, author of the e-book The Yellow Pages Are Dead: Marketing Your Veterinary Practice in the Digital Age, presented to an eager crowd some website and e-mail strategies to help you market your veterinary practice. Here are his top tips.

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