Follow the Money
Is practice ownership right for you? If it’s time, consider three options.
It’s 3 in the morning, cold, dark and rainy. I’m 3 or 4 years old and sitting in the backseat of my dad’s truck as he heads out to deliver another calf or fix another prolapsed uterus. Fast-forward a few years and dad has traded in the life of a mixed-animal practitioner to build a […]
Complement With a Supplement
Add to your practice’s revenue streams by recommending, stocking and selling safe alternative therapies.
In the 1990s, when supplements were introduced to the veterinary field, there was great confusion as to where they fit into the greater scheme of things. They weren’t a prescription medication, so they could sit in the lobby and anybody could buy them. They weren’t FDA regulated, so you didn’t have a legal entity to […]
Prescribing long-acting injectable drugs drives compliance and return visits and gives the pet exactly what it needs.
Advances in veterinary medicine and pharmacology are giving practitioners access to more options than ever in the treatment of companion animals. A newer technology that’s changing the product landscape is the long-acting injectable. Drugs like ProHeart, Cytopoint, Adequan and others offer several advantages over oral take-home medications. Chief among the advantages? Client compliance. “To me, […]
Creating Virtual Virtuosos
At Oregon State, veterinary students display flexibility and a determination to succeed in a Zoom-dominated learning environment.
The text from my daughter Brooke early in her second year of veterinary school read, “Do you think Sundance had a splenic hemangiosarcoma?” The smile on my face when I got the text could have lit up the world during a blackout. Sundance was a golden retriever we had to euthanize because of a large […]