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Rise to the occasion

Don’t concede the loss of preventive medications to retail giants. A few corrections will get you back on a profitable path.

Competing in a world of disruption

Independent practice owners who diversify their business model can better respond to the younger generation’s demand for different types of veterinary care.

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Emotional connections

Marketing to your clients and other pet owners is more effective when you engage them and encourage their involvement. Storytelling can open the floodgates and improve your practice’s visibility.

Oral agreements

Improve your staff training and enhance your marketing to persuade more clients to follow your dental care recommendations.

7 strategies for a fearless start to 2020

From sedation to communication, much can be done to make a veterinary visit less stressful for pets and their owners. Don’t forget the towels.

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We can’t afford to wait

Virtual care and reinvention of the veterinary nurse will take our profession to the next level. The taxi and recording industries were asleep at the wheel at crucial moments in history. Look where it got them.

#YouDoYou

Five building blocks of personal innovation will get you headed in the right direction. But if you’re still having trouble, start by stabilizing the base.

Opportunities and challenges

Pet owners are lining up for services — great! — but what if we can’t meet the demand? Either way, we need to root out bad vets and figure out where we stand on CBD.

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It’s self-exam time

All hospitals need an occasional health check. Dive into the numbers, inspect the surroundings and review your digital presence to discover what ails your practice.

Trust but verify

Don’t risk your DEA license. The three keys to preventing employee theft of controlled drugs are evaluate, investigate and reiterate.

At your service

A management services organization adds a layer of structural complexity to a veterinary practice but offers non-veterinarians and even family members the opportunity to reap the financial rewards.

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Is it time for a change?

Core training isn’t just for the athletically inclined. Bring your teams together as often as possible to talk about retail products and client messaging.

How do you measure up?

Client feedback is essential for improving a practice, especially in the purchase of pharmaceuticals and food. If a pet owner is disappointed and you don’t know why and can’t make amends, you might have lost a patient.

Count down to 2020

Figure out what truly belongs in next year’s inventory and plan ways to spread the word — and education — to your team and clients.

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We can’t afford to wait

Virtual care and reinvention of the veterinary nurse will take our profession to the next level. The taxi and recording industries were asleep at the wheel at crucial moments in history. Look where it got them.

It’s self-exam time

All hospitals need an occasional health check. Dive into the numbers, inspect the surroundings and review your digital presence to discover what ails your practice.

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Purina unveils an allergen-reducing cat food

Pro Plan LiveClear contains an egg protein that counteracts a feline protein shed during grooming.

Merck introduces three-way cattle vaccine

Nasalgen 3 protects against infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, BRSV and PI3.

Mobility supplement promises guaranteed results

Lintbells’ YuMOVE Advance 360 for dogs is made with green-lipped mussels.

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TV’s critter fixers

A new Nat Geo Wild program showcases two Georgia veterinarians who were also Tuskegee classmates.

For your employees’ benefit and yours

Compensation is more than just a paycheck. Health coverage, retirement plans and tuition reimbursement can help a practice recruit and keep talented workers.

Employee health insurance and the small practice owner

From reimbursing premiums to group policies to self-funding, companies have several choices.

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