2007 article index: Authors last names K-N

2007 article index: Authors last names K-N

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Dec 14, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
AUTHORS K-M

Khuly, Dr. Patty, MBA
Pet food recall: starved for information, May, p. 96
Blogs away, July, p. 18
A crime that shocked the nation, Oct., p. 84

Lacher, Elise, CPA
Charge what you're worth, March Equine Section, p. 2

Levoy, Bob
See Success File by Bob Levoy
The rules of retention, Oct., p. 58

Lofflin, John
Change-makers series: Dr. Scott Campbell, April, p. 36
Change-makers series: Shawn McVey, May, p. 50
Change-makers series: Dr. Jack Stephens, June, p. 36

Lynott, William J.
8 tips that banks don't want you to know, July, p. 45

Maxwell, Dr. Gene
A hard look at the ties that bind, March, p. 84

McFerson, Tom A., CPA
5 startup horror stories, July, p. 32

McLain Madsen, Dr. Laura
Pain relief, June, p. 30
Starting off on the wrong foot, July, p. 96
Teaching an old boss new tricks, Dec., p. 12

Metzger, Dr. Fred, DABVP
Pet food recall: Reinforcing the benefits of in-house testing (sidebar), May, p. 30

Miles, Dr. Noelle R.
Did Father know best? Sept, p. 36

Miller, Jan
You're "estimating" your clients right out of complying, Sept., p. 80
10 tips for hiring right, Dec., p. 12

Moser, Sarah A.
Designing on a dime (Animal Emergency & Critical Care of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Va.), Jan., p. 56
Second-generation practice, first-rate care (Grady Veterinary Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio), Feb., p. 58
Pay it forward (South Suburban Animal Hospital, Perrysburg, Ohio), April, p. 54
Building for business: take two (Upstate Veterinary Specialists, Greenville, S.C.), May,
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