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I got the mixed-breed, money-wasting blues

February 1, 2008

What's your take on this doctor's take on "designer dogs"? Comment now online.

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The curse of knowledge

February 1, 2008

More information, more experience, more skills—those are all good things, right? Actually, your know-how can sometimes work against you.

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Our industry's drug problem

January 1, 2008

Should we send clients to get drugs elsewhere, or do we keep our profitable, well-monitored pharmacies busy?

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Brave new world

January 1, 2008

This issue of Veterinary Economics has been quite an experience for our editorial team—we switched software. Any of you who've done that in recent memory can probably identify.

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New associates: Learn to love your team

December 1, 2007

If you're that fresh-from-vet-school doctor, I can tell you that the staff won't see you as the Great and Wonderful Dr. New. Rather, receptionists, technicians, and assistants will be watching you from the get-go and may pounce on your every misstep.

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Honoring our mission

November 1, 2007

Every day, my team here hunts for the information you need to achieve your goals in practice. That's our goal. Our mission.

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The new era of corporate practice

November 1, 2007

Learn why private investors and corporate buyers think veterinary medicine is a golden opportunity—and how you can get your share.

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New corporate practice player: BrightHeart Veterinary Centers

November 1, 2007

Learn more about this specialty and emergency hospital group.

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Facing your fears

October 1, 2007

Most people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of death. But you also need to share your ideas and know-how with the world.

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