Feeling tongue-tied when veterinary clients refuse dental treatment for their pets? Here's a mouthful of ideas on how to emphasize the importance of complete oral care.
A veterinarian shares why she gave up medical school for veterinary school.
You should adjust your strategy for communicating with clients based on the person.
Clients struggle with the decision to euthanize more than many veterinarians think.
Here are strategies to encourage internal and client compliance that work:
Talking to pet owners about separation anxiety.
Introducing new drugs or procedures into your practice can be frustrating if you're an associate—and it can be especially tough if you're a recent graduate. Here are a few tips I've learned through experience.
Doctors tend to hang on to bad habits and attitudes from their first job. Seeking out mentors—or mentoring a new grad at your practice—can help.
You know that a comprehensive analgesic protocol is necessary for your patients. But these drugs have a noticeable side effect—a financially healthy practice.