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Veterinarians, don't let your horse trainer break her elbow...

June 1, 2014

Tuna fish, peanut butter, pregnancy symptoms, a gas-induced elbow fracture—sounds like the makings of one wild commercial.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

When does a veterinary associate's restrictive covenant go too far?

August 1, 2012

I'm worried my restrictive covenant is too tight. Is it legal?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The changing mixed veterinary practice business landscape

May 15, 2012

The future of mixed-animal practice will survive if practice owners are willing to compromise with associates.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinary technicians: 15 ways to wow equine veterinarians

January 10, 2012

Top tips for technicians looking to excel and for equine practitioners looking for star staff.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The most unusual resume mistakes job candidates make

November 4, 2011

You've probably had some, ahem, unique resumes come across your desk. Here's a look at what hiring managers across the country deal with on a daily basis.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Equine veterinarians love their jobs, but life balance is still tough

August 1, 2011

Lack of respect between generations of doctors, longer hours with no breaks, and not enough time for family and rest could take its toll on equine practitioners.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Why equine practitioners need a ride-along partner

June 7, 2011

Hire a ride-along technician for better patient care, improved revenue -- and that extra set of hands every solo practitioner needs.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

5 steps to letting go of a veterinary team member

June 1, 2011

You might not want to let go of that receptionist or veterinary technician, but sometimes you're left with no choice.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

BizQuiz: Should I share this gossip?

March 16, 2011

Gossip can strengthen relationships at your veterinary practice ... or tear them apart. Do you know when to talk and when to stay silent?

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