VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Apr 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Apr 1, 2012
Cover Story
3 services veterinary clients really want
By Sarah Moser
Here's how to make extra services work in your favor while pleasing clients.
Checking in
Envisioning a better tomorrow for the veterinary profession
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
No one changes their life because of fear, force, or facts.
Practice Management Q&A
Veterinarians: Turn those bad reviews around
How should I respond to negative reviews of my practice that come up during a Google search?
Ease your veterinary clients' anesthesia fears
My clients are afraid of anesthesia. How can I explain the risks and importance?
Practice Tips
5 ways to get veterinary clients on board with your vaccination recommendations
Polish your communication skills and increase client compliance in the exam room.
What to do if you suspect a client is an animal hoarder
Trust your gut and take action if you see red flags.
3 ways to drive long-term growth in your veterinary practice
By Bob Levoy
Make your practice shine—now and in the years ahead.
Veterinarians: Tax credits and laws worth a second look
By Gary Glassman, CPA
Revisit your 2011 tax return—and don't miss what you're owed.
Reward your repeat veterinary visitors
Save clients money with little perks and freebies.
Endotracheals made easy in your veterinary clinic
Holder keeps tubes organized and easily accessible.
Shove your gloves out of the way in your veterinary clinic
Dispenser keeps gloves within reach, but out of the way
Show your sympathy and strengthen the bond with veterinary clients
Let your clients know you care during trying times
Click & Copy
Have you had the tick talk with veterinary clients?
Bust common myths and protect patients.
Life Balance
Want to be a better boss? Exercise
By Ernest Ward Jr., DVM
If you want to provide the best care for your veterinary patients, first you must care for yourself.
5 ways to get your rear in gear
By Ernest Ward Jr., DVM
Don't just sit there—get up and be a better veterinary boss! But first, read these tips.
Cover Story
Photo gallery: Changing the face of rural veterinary medicine
By Sarah A. Moser
Animal owners of all kinds find great medicine at Renfro Veterinary Services, a well-thought-out small animal, equine, and livestock practice in Richmond, Mo.
Hot Button
Veterinary receptionists have it the worst? No way!
I've worked the front desk and I smiled at veterinary clients because I wanted to—not because I had to.

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