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Extending your veterinary services to exotics

August 1, 2013

Incorporating exotic animal medicine into your repertoire could be a growth opportunity for your practice—if you do it right.

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Service fees and staff compensation: Is your veterinary practice on par with others?

August 1, 2013

With economic fluctuations across the country, veterinarians are keeping an eye on their practice's profitability—and their team's performance on the job.

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CATalyst Council to connect veterinarians with cat-adopting clients

July 26, 2013

New program e-mails health records to Portland-area veterinarians for post-adoption exams.

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Meet veterinary clients' needs with wellness plans

July 26, 2013

You can achieve better patient care and increased revenue by implementing wellness plans today.

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Boost your veterinary practice's bottom line with wellness plans

July 26, 2013

Wellness plans can swell veterinary hospitals with income and help you spot problems earlier. Learn what these packages can do for your practice revenue—and how to get clients on board.

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Ohio State satellite clinic upsets local veterinarians

July 23, 2013

New suburban hospital offers 24-hour emergency care and specialty referral services.

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Veterinary schools take varied approaches to satellite clinics

July 22, 2013

More universities are opening ?private practices? for additional revenue and cases.

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5 ways to stay on top of the competition in veterinary practice

July 17, 2013

It takes more than a passion for veterinary medicine to be a successful practice owner—you've got to be business savvy, too.

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Spay-neuter legislation supported by veterinarians in S.C., Ala. gets left behind

July 1, 2013

Three bills affecting nonprofit clinics fail to garner vote before sessions end. Veterinarians divided in support.

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