VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jul 1, 2009 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jul 1, 2009
Cover Story
Grow your practice by attracting cat owners
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Are the cats in your practice crying out for attention? Here's how to meet their needs and attract the best cat-owning clients.
Finances: Why cats are better than dogs
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
A smaller animal can yield bigger profits.
Checking in
Show us cat owners a little love
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
My cat's a pain, but she requires your care—and kindness.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: Scope out hidden equipment costs
I'm buying dental equipment. What additional costs do I need to be aware of?
Q&A: Get out of the office and back to the exam room
As a practice owner, I feel like I'm spending too much time on management tasks. How can I balance my dutes as a practice owner with my role as a veterinarian?
Practice Tips
"Do-ya-wanna" turn callers into clients?
Fill your appointment book by asking front desk team members to follow these phone tips.
Survey says: Make sure clients are satisfied
By Bob Levoy
A new era in the medical profession is here. Is your veterinary practice ready for it?
Encourage dental compliance with a goody basket
This veterinary practice increased compliance by giving clients a choice.
Hire help to speed up your invoicing
Don't horse around with invoicing. Hire a bookkeeper to help.
Click & Copy
Counsel clients on veterinary kidney care
This client handout spells out renal care to improve compliance.
Managing Smart
Red Flags Rule: Are you ready?
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
Use this guide to protect your clients—and stay in the clear with the FTC after Nov. 1, 2009.
Ownership Issues
Write the great American loan proposal
By Gary Glassman, CPA
Every veterinarian wants to write it. Here's a guide to teach you what it takes to pen a brilliant loan proposal.
Hospital Design
Medicine in the mountains
By Steve Bennaka, Content Specialist
A relaxing vacation inspired Western Carolina Regional Animal Hospital in Flat Rock, N.C., a rustic masterpiece that reflects the hospital's beautiful mountainous surroundings.
Hot Button
A case for compassion in veterinary medicine
Monitoring practice finances is key, but it's also important to look beyond the numbers.

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