2007 article index: Practice tips

2007 article index: Practice tips

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Dec 17, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
Jan., p. 17:
Do's and don'ts of negotiating a contract;
Phone room gives clients equal attention;
Find the perfect relief veterinarian

Feb., p. 20:
Quick fixes that boost client satisfaction;
Let your computer software be your taskmaster;
3 tips to perk up your people;
Puppy ownership 101

March, p. 17:
Caring for senior pets and the owners who love them;
Ceremony brings grieving clients together;
A mint on the pillow

April, p. 14:
Make spring cleaning egg-citing;
Help is here: hiring a relief technician;
Educate to prevent bites;
Develop a managers' network;
Enlist client support for the troops;
A piece of the pie

May, p. 14:
Put pets on a pedestal;
Let's see that ID: Practice identity is important

June p. 16:
Potty training made easy;
Gather potential clients' names;
Women: refine your roar;
Practice identity inspiration

July, p. 16:
Developing marketing materials;
Blogs away

Sept., p. 14:
The biggest loser;
The name game;
Maintain a caring connection

Oct., p. 18:
Catch the team at its best;
Get tough on treats;
Sink your teeth into year-round dental care

Nov., p. 14:
Prime equipment-buying time;
Hazardous holiday items for pets

Dec., p. 10:
10 tips for hiring right;
Teaching an old boss new tricks

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