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A crime that shocked the nation

October 1, 2007

Why did this NFL quarterback throw it all away for a betting blood sport? He didn't bet on our outrage.

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Nice to meet you ...

September 1, 2007

We talk all the time about first impressions. You doctors may never get a chance to make a first impression if your team suffers a misstep with a potential client along the way.

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I left my leash in San Francisco

September 1, 2007

Dogs, cats, and wildlife should have warm, fuzzy feelings for the home of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Doggy see, doggy think

September 1, 2007

New research shows that dogs may selectively imitate the actions of other dogs, not just take the easiest, most instinctive path every time.

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Don't "estimate" your clients out of complying

September 1, 2007

No, it's not the fees you're charging. The words you're using are doing the damage.

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What are the profession's 5 key trends?

August 15, 2007

The world of veterinary medicine is changing, but how? We see these themes in 2007.

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Trends in pet products

August 15, 2007

The top trend globally is pet product marketing that reflects the human-pet relationship.

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Long live pets

August 15, 2007

We know from the feedback we get that you see this special data-driven issue land on your desk with anticipation. ...

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Where'd we get that stat?

August 15, 2007

Here you'll find contact information for the groups that conducted the research or released the data featured in this issue. Many thanks to all who contributed.

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