VETERINARY ECONOMICS, May 1, 2004 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, May 1, 2004
Practice Tips
Compensate for no-shows and tardiness
By Veterinary Economics Editors
This doctor's scheduling strategy minimizes problems caused by late and no-show clients
Growth Bulletin
Case Study: Puppy Parties Bond Patients to Practice
Dogs can’t wait to get through the front door of Chanhassen Veterinary Clinic in Chanhassen, Minn. For 12 years, the clinic has been throwing free puppy parties in its reception area. And month after month the team finds that when you correct unwanted puppy behavior with a reward-based approach, you build long-lasting family bonds, and in the process, pets’ bonds with the practice and with other pets. “Puppies literally come running into the clinic looking for their party pals,” says Dr. Deanne McCabe, one of three practice owners.
Practice Management Q&A
Paying for leftover inventory
By Veterinary Economics Editors , Gary Glassman, CPA
A recently hired associate brought in leftover inventory items from a previous practice. How much should I pay her for the inventory?

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