2007 article index: Growth center

2007 article index: Growth center

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Dec 14, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
Jan., p. 24: Secrets to a successful Dental Health Month; Puppy tutors generate revenue and happy patients

Feb., p. 29: Pain management makes good sense and good cents

March, p. 24: Tick-borne disease testing helps pets, practice thrive; Forget personality type! What's the blood type?

April, p. 20: 6 steps for success with rechecks; How not to screw up your new rehab business

May, p. 18: Class is in session, and you're the teacher; Ultrasound is ultra-helpful?and pays for itself

June, p. 22: Tricks for your retail center from an in-clinic pet boutique

July, p. 24: Crematory services give options to owners who can?t bury at home

Sept., p. 20: Pre-adoption and soon-after-adoption counseling

Oct., p. 24: Calling all retirees; Fluid pumps it up

Nov., p. 17: Lab work for the elderly; Semen on ice

Dec., p. 14: Focused on lasers

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