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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Social Web sites can help small businesses

May 12, 2009

More than 80 percent of businesspeople surveyed say social media like Twitter and Facebook has generated exposure for their businesses.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Make your voice heard: Become a better public speaker

May 1, 2009

Do your knees knock at the mere thought of an upcoming speaking engagement? Follow this advice.

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We are always on call

April 1, 2009

We should represent our profession at all times—even when we're off duty.

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DVMs pulled into civil suits in horse-abuse case

March 1, 2009

Columbia, S.C. — Veterinarians and animal-welfare groups are among those named in civil lawsuits filed by two members of a South Carolina family after they were charged with animal abuse.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Are your clients leaving? Ask them why

March 1, 2009

You can't fix a problem if you're not aware of it. So find out what you could do better by asking clients.

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The golden rules of referrals

March 1, 2009

Follow these guidelines to maintain professional relationships with fellow equine practitioners.

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Part 2: We're in this recession together

February 13, 2009

A practice manager reminds clients of the importance of wellness care in a downturn.

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Part 1: We're in this recession together

February 13, 2009

A doctor explains the realities of surviving slow times to team members.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Becoming fluent in "horse owner"

December 1, 2008

Clear communication is crucial when dealing with equine owners.

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