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Make it your business

Practice ownership opportunities aren’t just for veterinarians. In some cases, managers and nurses can become proprietors, too.

Written by Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA

The missing link

Asking dog owners about any cats at home — forgotten felines number in the millions — promotes animal health and can help fill a practice’s appointment slots.

Written by Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA

Go paperless

Electronic recordkeeping will take a practice to the next level as long as the computer hardware gets needed upgrades, data is protected and the veterinary team is trained properly.

Written by Nancy Dewitz

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leadership

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It takes a village to serve a client

Develop a dream team within and outside your practice to extend veterinarian capacity.

Written by Louise S. Dunn

Do the math

Proper inventory management is more than just tracking products that come in the door and go out. Sloppy recordkeeping and poor decision making can be costly.

Written by Sandy Walsh, RVT, CVPM

Silence the rumor mill

Workplace gossip can be harmful, so know how to control it.

Written by Kellie Olah, PHR, SHRM-CP

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Show the love

Clients who become brand advocates, especially through online reviews, deserve a heartfelt thank you.

Written by Eric D. Garcia

The fearless exam room

A few easy changes will go a long way in reducing fear, anxiety and stress in a canine or feline patient.

Written by Natalie Marks, DVM

It’s your call

Delivering exceptional phone service can make the difference between a pet owner who agrees to book an appointment and one who gets a quick answer and hangs up.

Written by Amanda Donnelly, DVM, MBA

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Flow in the face of adversity

When a difficult situation arises, you can change it, remove yourself or accept it.

Written by Jeff Thoren, DVM, BCC, PCC

The Goldilocks concept

How can we combine what independent veterinarians yearn for with the best of the corporate world?

Written by Bob Lester, DVM

PetsPAC packs a political punch

The new political action committee will lobby on behalf of veterinary professionals, industry and pet owners.

Written by Mark Cushing, JD

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Make it your business

Practice ownership opportunities aren’t just for veterinarians. In some cases, managers and nurses can become proprietors, too.

Written by Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA

Mix business and pleasure

Introducing a bit of imagination and a staff focus to product sales can motivate the team.

Written by Brian Conrad, CVPM

Flow in the face of adversity

When a difficult situation arises, you can change it, remove yourself or accept it.

Written by Jeff Thoren, DVM, BCC, PCC

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Fear Free team publishes guide for dog owners

Clients can learn to diagnose fear, anxiety and stress in their pets and take appropriate action.

Written by Today's Veterinary Business

BodeVet picks partners for launch of StablePlate RX

The blood product is made to treat acute canine hemorrhaging.

Written by Today's Veterinary Business

Vet Innovations launches smart pet feeder

Vet Innovations Inc. has introduced the veterinary-exclusive PortionPro Rx, an automated feeder that dispenses precise amounts of pet food at scheduled times.

Written by Today's Veterinary Business

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