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Articles by Marty Becker, DVM

Video: Marty Becker and the woman with the perfect dog

A memorable patient provides a great reminder.
Jan 27, 2011

Dr. Becker shared a priceless moment with client and patient.

Q&A: Ramp up rewards to motivate your veterinary team

Other than bonuses or financial incentives, how can I reward team members for a job well done?
Jul 1, 2010

Other than bonuses or financial incentives, how can I reward team members for a job well done?

Q&A: Recognize your hard workers

Other than bonuses or financial incentives, how can I reward team members for a job well done?
Jun 9, 2010

Other than bonuses or financial incentives, how can I reward team members for a job well done?

Create client satisfaction

Becker says the first 10 seconds make or break you. That's crucial, says Dr. Soares: Client service is important as the economy revs up again.
May 27, 2010

Drs. Marty Becker and Nancy Soares share their advice for making client smiles.

Rekindle your passion for practice

Dr. Marty Becker says it's time to do a little soul-searching.
Jan 1, 2010

Dr. Marty Becker says it's time to do a little soul-searching.

Video: Dr. Marty Becker's biggest client "oops" moments

Dr. Marty Becker shares his most embarrassing moments in the exam room. Can you relate?
Dec 30, 2009

Dr. Marty Becker shares his most embarrassing moments in the exam room. Can you relate?

Video: Dr. Marty Becker tells you why he's optimistic about our industry

Oct 12, 2009

Hear why TV personality and Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Marty Becker thinks it's only getting better for veterinarians.

Professional Gum Chewers

Jun 1, 2005

At a recent staff meeting, I said I thought it was unprofessional for our medical and administrative support staff to chew gum on the job. I was almost laughed out of the meeting. Was I off base?

6 ways to derail your career

Feb 1, 2005

You're enjoying practice, and your clients and team members are happy. But don't let complacency take hold. These common pitfalls can bump you off track.

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