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Looking at a veterinary loan?

February 1, 2012

Consider a variable rate

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Lost cemetery proves costly for DVM in building new practice

February 1, 2012

Dr. Steve Dullard didn't expect to find a cemetery when he broke ground on his new veterinary practice.

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Paying it forward with wildlife cases

February 1, 2012

National Report—Most veterinrians have treated injured wildlife brought into their clinics.

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Q&A: How deposits can save veterinary profits

January 20, 2012

Q: What should we do when veterinary clients accept a treatment plan with an estimate and then, after the procedure is done, reveal that they can?t pay the bill?

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Need to cut expenses? Here's where to look first

September 15, 2011

Analyze these key areas of your practice finances and identify potential savings.

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10 banking mistakes that can cost you or your veterinary practice big

September 1, 2011

Keep these 10 banking errors from chipping away at your net income

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Live from the CVC in Kansas City: 3 ways to control expenses

August 27, 2011

In many practices, increased costs are often due to inventory costs, says CVC speaker Denise Tumblin.

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New damage laws will impact your wallet

August 1, 2011

When I get together with friends who work in other healthcare professions, the conversation often turns to malpratice insurance coverage.

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Fee secrets from well-managed practices (Proceedings)

August 1, 2011

Not only does your fee schedule reflect your medical standard of care and target client demographic, it also represents the value of your services and products. And the most important thing you can do to relay that value to clients is to communicate that value to your team members – every day.

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