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Crematory services give options to owners who can't bury at home

July 1, 2007

Residential pet burial is illegal in Beaumont, Texas, so the local landfill used to be the only option for pet remains. But it wasn't an option many pet owners cherished. So Dr. Kelley Kays built a crematory into Dowlen Road Veterinary Center.

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Case study: Tricks for your retail center from an in-clinic pet boutique

June 1, 2007

Metairie Small Animal Hospital in New Orleans has its own in-clinic pet shop: Silver Collar Pet Boutique.

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Class is in session, and you're the teacher

May 1, 2007

Bring your knowledge and an animal or two—you'll be the greatest show on earth.

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Ultrasound is ultra-helpful—and pays for itself

May 1, 2007

Dr. Folkers performed 430 cystocentesis ultrasounds in 2006 for total extra income of $10,700.

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How not to screw up your new rehab business

April 1, 2007

Five tips from a veterinarian newly graduated as a certified canine rebailitation practitioner.

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Tick-borne disease testing helps pets, practice thrive

March 1, 2007

Testing, treatment, and public health all play a part.

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Forget personality type! What's the blood type?

March 1, 2007

Consider including a blood-typing test in new pet wellness packages.

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Puppy ownership 101

February 1, 2007

Give clients the tools and information they need to help them make a big decision.

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No such thing as a free exam

February 1, 2007

Clients complain about our $100 consultation fee for specialty dental care. Could I have a veterinary assistant do a less thorough estimate exam for $25? We would avoid the hassle of creating a medical record and providing a communication letter to the referring doctor.

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