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Articles by Ernest Ward Jr., DVM

Ernest Ward Jr., DVM


Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Ernie Ward owns Seaside Animal Care in Calabash, N.C., a National Practice of Excellence Award winner. Dr. Ward graduated in 1992 from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. He has appeared on Animal Planet, CNN, NBC Nightly News, and numerous other TV and radio talk shows nationwide. He named the North American Veterinary Conference's Speaker of the Year in 2004.

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Volunteer veterinarians
February 6, 2014

Volunteer veterinarians

5 ways your veterinary team can avoid holiday weight gain
December 20, 2013

Encourage your staff to employ healthy holiday eating habits for an energized new year.

Your veterinary practice's next amazing team member will be a volunteer
November 11, 2013

Ask prospective hires about their volunteer and social habits, suggests Dr. Ernie Ward. Find out why.

Why veterinarians are losing sleep
October 2, 2013

Are sleep and mood issues affecting your performance at your veterinary practice? It might be time to reconsider the television programs you watch before bed.

5 reasons to throw a veterinary hospital open house
October 1, 2013

Throw your veterinary practice doors open to the world's best word-of-mouth generator.

Bad things good veterinarians say
October 1, 2013

How to avoid tiny comments that wind up making big trouble for you, your veterinary clients and their pets.

Choose words carefully when discussing a pet's weight in the veterinary clinic
September 18, 2013

The wrong message might yield unfortunate results.

Remind veterinary clients that you price match
September 18, 2013

Don't let an emotional reaction damage an important relationship.

Is social media ruining your life?
September 4, 2013

Whether you're dipping your toe into social media for the first time for your veterinary practice or you're an obsessive, face-always-in-the-smartphone user, here are tips to make your social media regimen a little emotionally—and physically—healthier.

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