VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Feb 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Feb 1, 2012
Cover Story
Can this veterinary practice be saved?
By Portia Stewart
A few months ago, this husband-and-wife practice owner team was at a crossroads. Not sure whether to persevere or give up on their recently purchased veterinary practice—and completely out of ideas—they called Veterinary Economics for help. This is their story.
Checking in
3 ways veterinarians have got human doctors beat
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
When it comes to the client experience, there's no contest.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: How deposits can save veterinary profits
By Sheila Grosdidier, RVT
Q: What should we do when veterinary clients accept a treatment plan with an estimate and then, after the procedure is done, reveal that they can?t pay the bill?
Practice Tips
Distract veterinary patients while you work
This tip will keep you—and your veterinary patients—happy.
Looking at a veterinary loan?
Consider a variable rate
Put a cap on your veterinary syringe fund
Save money with this DIY practice project.
4 ways to provide culturally competent veterinary care
By Bob Levoy
Can you communicate with all of the potential veterinary clients in your community? Attract more business by bridging the communication gap and broaden your horizons.
Why you should consider hiring veterans
By Gary Glassman, CPA
Find out how this new bill can help servicemen and women—and your veterinary practice.
Tell veterinary clients to "zip it"
Tie up loose ends with this tip.
Protect veterinary patients' eyes from laser burn
Use this strategy to keep pets looking forward.
Cover Story
Modernize design, maintain veterinary clients
By Sarah Moser
Constantly improving, evolving, and focusing on the pet above all, Countryside Veterinary Hospital in Chelmsford, Mass., sets the standard.
Click & Copy
It's OK to gross out veterinary clients
When it comes to feline dental care, a photo helps your message hit home.
Cover story
7 ways to give veterinary dental recommendations
By Laura McLain Madsen, DVM
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.
Bite into these veterinary resources
These dental sites will help you and your veterinary clients.
Hot Button
Work the veterinary drug ring
Boost goodwill and veterinary visits by helping clients dispose of unused meds.
Equine Solutions
Veterinary technicians: 15 ways to wow equine veterinarians
By Ed Kane, PhD
Top tips for technicians looking to excel and for equine practitioners looking for star staff.

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