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Articles by Andrew Roark, DVM, MS

5 steps for ditching veterinary clients

Is work cutting into your free time? Empty your schedule by driving all your veterinary clients away!
Jun 1, 2012

Is work cutting into your free time? Empty your schedule by driving all your veterinary clients away!

I'm a veterinary hypocrite; are you one too?

We eat a lot of crow when we do the things we deplore.
May 1, 2012

We eat a lot of crow when we do the things we deplore.

The veterinarian's prayer

Asking for strength, wisdom, self-control and sometimes voicemail
Apr 1, 2012

Asking for strength, wisdom, self-control and sometimes voicemail in the life of a busy veterinary practitioner

Manage your social media in 1 hour a week

Even the most sophisticated practice seems out-of-date without a social media presence
Mar 1, 2012

My wife was out of town recently and left me alone with our 4-year-old daughter.

5 tips for New Year's resolutions that work

You're not failing your resolutions—they're failing you. Here's how to write ones you can stick to
Jan 1, 2012

Anyone who goes to the gym regularly has seen the power of the average New Year's resolution.

Manage veterinary clients' requests for special treatment

Clients aren't kings and queens. React reasonably when a client insists on special treatment
Nov 1, 2011

Veterinary clients aren't kings and queens. It's OK to react reasonably when a client insists on special treatment

How to become a veterinary villain at your practice

It's easy to be bad, so forget the niceties and take your veterinary practice to an all-new low.
Sep 1, 2011

It's easy to be bad, so forget the niceties and take your veterinary practice to an all-new low.

Clients are not your friends

Keep your distance, stay professional, and don't take their comments as personal attacks
Aug 1, 2011

Friends and family bring a lot of great things to our personal lives, but they also bring stress.

Why change is like sledding with children

Think a snowy adventure differs from tackling change in the office? Think again.
Jun 1, 2011

In my heart, I am an 8-year-old boy trapped in the body of a 34-year-old man.

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