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Articles by Ernest Ward Jr., DVM

Sample client handout: How wellness care saves money

Obese dogs, potentially diabetic cats, and kidney problems: Break down the savings in diet foods and diagnostics vs. disease management and expensive procedures later.
Jun 24, 2009

Obese dogs, potentially diabetic cats, and kidney problems: Break down the savings in diet foods and diagnostics vs. disease management and expensive procedures later.

4 staples of a healthy veterinary practice

The right levels of income, costs, fees, and clients lead to a strong, balanced veterinary clinic.
Jun 1, 2009

The right levels of income, costs, fees, and clients lead to a strong, balanced veterinary clinic.

Client attrition report

Download a customizable copy of a client attrition report form.
Jun 1, 2009

Download a customizable copy of a client attrition report form.

Inventory training tip

Combine staff training with an inventory count.
Jun 1, 2009

Combine staff training with an inventory count.

Long-term drug monitoring made easy

Get your patients taking long-term meds on a plan for rechecks.
Sep 1, 2008

Get your patients taking long-term meds on a plan for rechecks.

Strength of heart

You're the heart of your hospital. Making changes to get fit, eat healthy, and work smart will take courage and resolve, but we know you've got it in you.
Feb 1, 2008

You're the heart of your hospital. Making changes to get fit, eat healthy, and work smart will take courage and resolve, but we know you've got it in you.

Technology for client communication

Dec 1, 2007

Send your team home on time and impress clients by replacing old-fashioned callbacks with e-mails and text messages.

All about the calories: a client handout

Oct 1, 2007

Print this multi-page PDF to educate clients about ideal pet weights, pets' caloric needs, and the caloric content of common treats

Obesity: A big problem

Jul 1, 2007

Don't let silence prevent you from helping patients. Learn to comfortably talk to owners about their pets' obesity.

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