2007 article index: Equine solutions

2007 article index: Equine solutions

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Dec 14, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
X marks the spot, B. Howard, Jan. Equine Section, p. 1

A generation apart, J. Harper, Feb. Equine Section, p. 1

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

Time to budge on budgeting, B. Howard, March Equine Section, p. 8

Match made in heaven, A. Wolfe, April Equine Section, p. 1

Have your cake and eat it too, J. Guenther, June Equine Section, p. 1

Come-from-behind communication, K. Felsted, J. Guenther, June Equine Section, p. 4

No better time to pay than now, B. Howard, July Equine Section, p. 2

Are horse owners choosing elective surgery? Aug., p. 72

The worst client ever, B. Howard, Sept. Equine Section, p. 1

Payment when services rendered; Safety precautions, Sept. Equine Section, p. 6

They've lost that lovin' feelin', A. Wolfe, Oct. Equine Section, p. 1

Marketing to the masses, Oct. Equine Section, p. 6

Plain danger, B. Howard, Nov. Equine Section, p. 2

Sizing up your practice, J. Guenther, Dec. Equine Section, p. 1

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