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Articles by James Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, AVA

Stationary vs. ambulatory: Your place or mine, Doc?

Consider two crucial factors when you're deciding between an ambulatory or stationary equine practice.
Sep 1, 2008

Consider two crucial factors when you're deciding between an ambulatory or stationary equine practice.

Young, talented, and female

Want to be a successful equine practice owner and still have a life? Start by communicating assertively and laying old stereotypes to rest.
Jun 1, 2008

Want to be a successful equine practice owner and still have a life? Start by communicating assertively and laying old stereotypes to rest.

Forget marketing. Think service.

To spread the word about your practice, simply provide clients and horses with the best care.
May 1, 2008

Rethink your stance on marketing and consider what it's really about: providing valuable information to a client so he or she can make an informed decision about purchasing a product or service.

Sticky ethical equine dilemmas

Feb 1, 2008

Things to think about when dealing with contract and health certificates.

Is it ... legal, ethical, moral?

Rein in ethical dilemmas by considering what's at stake, what the rules are—and how your personality steers your thinking.
Feb 1, 2008

You probably got ethics training in school, but that's very different from the experience you get in practice, when you're actually facing the tough questions. You want to do what's right for the horse. You need to know the law, so you don't put your practice at risk. You sure don't want to pay fines or put your license on the line. How can you keep it all on the straight and narrow? Consider this article your refresher. Let's get ethical.

Sizing up your equine veterinary practice

You're ready to retire, but is your practice ready to sell? If not, you likely need to address one of these three obstacles.
Dec 1, 2007

Why are so many equine practitioners having trouble selling their practices? Don't let it be you.

Come-from-behind communication

Jun 1, 2007

Are your conversational skills lagging in the stretch? Use these tips to pull ahead by overcoming problems and winning clients' respect.

Have your cake and eat it too

Jun 1, 2007

You can balance a career with a personal life—but you've got to embrace change. Here's the one thing you need to know about having it all.

Choosing accountants

Mar 1, 2006

What should I look for in an accountant?

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