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Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Behaviors suggestive of postoperative pain in cats

December 1, 2008

Our understanding and treatment of pain in cats has lagged behind that in dogs.

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CVC 2008 Highlights: Managing atypical and critical cases of Addison's disease in dogs

December 1, 2008

Two things you may not know about canine Addison's disease: A history of weight loss or hypoglycemia may precede the typical electrolyte abnormalities, and DOCP can be administered immediately in dogs that may be having an addisonian crisis.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Why do dogs and cats eat grass?

December 1, 2008

Dogs and cats are often observed eating grass and other plants of no apparent value.

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CVC 2008 Highlights: Avoid common bandaging mistakes in dogs and cats

December 1, 2008

The way you initially treat a wound and apply a bandage is crucial, even if some time has passed since the injury occurred. Apply these tips to allow healing to progress unimpeded.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Obama vs. McCain: How the candidates' tax plans will affect you

November 3, 2008

In this session from CVC West, consultant Tom McFerson, CPA, discusses the ramifications of the candidates' tax plans for veterinarians.

Source: VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN

Client-friendly floor plans

November 2, 2008

In this audio clip from CVC West, speaker and veterinary architect Dan Chapel, AIA, gives quick tips about developing workable floor plans.

Source: VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN

Live from CVC West: Improving curb appeal

November 2, 2008

The first things clients see when they approach your practice is the sign. In this audio clip from CVC West, architect Dan Chapel gives tips for making your sign work for you.

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Live from CVC West: Let your choices and philosophy guide your practice

November 1, 2008

In her Progress in Practice seminar, consultant Denise Tumblin recommended that you step back from the day to day rush and think about how you want to practice and what type of client you most want to see.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Live from CVC West: The endless balance of revenue and expenses

October 31, 2008

Especially in the current economic environment, you may hate that moment when you ask the client for money. In this audio clip from Progress in Practice, consultant Denise Tumblin addresses this issue and talks about how to explain the value you're offering as you make your recommendation.

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