VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2012
Cover Story
Veterinary wellness packages and breed-specific care: One size doesn't fit all
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
No two veterinary patients are the same. It's time to give up your clients big and small health care options so you can meet the needs of very patient.
Checking in
Talk is cheap in veterinary practice
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
And really effective when delivered just right to clients.
Practice Management Q&A
Know your vacation plan
How should practitioners calculate vacation?
Loaning out veterinary facilities
How/what do I charge a mobile vet for using my facility
Practice Tips
The forgotten veterinary diagnostic test
Are you lax about including urinalyses in your patient work-ups?
Call off the veterinary competition
By Bob Levoy
Think online and big-box retailers are taking a bite out of your profits? Step up your game.
Case Studies
Know what you want—be ready to fight for your new veterinary practice
By Sarah Moser
After eight years, large sums of money, and more patience than he thought possible, Dr. Jeff Walcoff of Bennett Creek Animal Hospital in Clarksburg, Md., finally made his dream hospital a reality.
Click & Copy
Keep rabies out of your rule-outs
World Rabies Day is Sept. 28—client education and awareness are key to preventing this fatal disease.
Client handout: Rabies: Still a threat
Keep your clients informed and their pets protected with this informational sheet about rabies.
Cover story
Face time in veterinary practice
By Steve Dale, CABC
The undeniable power of individual relationships with your clients is the motivator to fight back against declining visits.
Industry Issues
Bridge the veterinary client communication gap
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Improve client compliance and word-of-mouth referrals with these three insights drawn from the 2012 Veterinary Information Gap Study.
Equine Solutions
Is it time for a haul-in?
By Kyle Palmer, CVT
If the day-to-day struggles of an ambulatory equine practice are wearing you down, it may be time to consider building, buying, or renting a haul-in facility.
Hot Button
Lost focus? Target your true purpose
Many obstacles stand in the way of your happiness and success as a veterinarian, but a little introspection and team management can get you back on track

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