VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Aug 1, 2013 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Aug 1, 2013
Checking in
Facing the toughest problems in veterinary medicine—one year later
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Every look at the profession's struggles is a new chance to solve them.
Practice Finances
Service fees and staff compensation: Is your veterinary practice on par with others?
With economic fluctuations across the country, veterinarians are keeping an eye on their practice's profitability—and their team's performance on the job.
Changemakers
What would you change about your practice?
In the first-ever dvm360 Change Survey, we asked you to choose the top 10 things you want to change in your practice. Find them below along with data on whether you'd be willing to switch up things if it meant increased client visits.
Personal Growth
Introverts vs. extroverts in veterinary practice
Some veterinarians and managers are happy to chat with clients—others wish pets could bring themselves to the clinic. How does your personality play into your performance? Check out the responses to our survey.
Hospital Design
What's holding veterinarians back from building?
If a small budget is squashing your dreams of building a new veterinary hospital, check out these money-saving solutions.
Practice Growth
Veterinary services: What's new and what's nibbling away at your net profit?
While some practices are putting a halt on new products and services this year, there are still opportunities to boost your appeal with clients—and raise your bottom line.
Extending your veterinary services to exotics
Incorporating exotic animal medicine into your repertoire could be a growth opportunity for your practice—if you do it right.
Cover story
Talk through dermatology dilemmas
Make sure your conversations with veterinary clients about chronic skin conditions are more than just skin deep.
Personal Finance
Smash through retirement roadblocks in veterinary practice
Why aren't you looking forward to the end of your veterinary career? Here are a few reasons—and solutions
Back Page
What do you love most about your job in veterinary practice?
Like every profession, veterinary medicine has its ups and downs. Still, you gave us plenty of reasons why you love the work you do—and why you keep on doing it.

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