How to stay profitable during a difficult economy

How to stay profitable during a difficult economy

Be smart about money & medicine and weather the storm.
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Jan 19, 2012

As we've steered the treacherous course through a slow economy, it's been shown that veterinary practices can stay afloat and even flourish--but not without adapting. Dr. Jeff Werber, owner of Century Veterinary Group in Los Angeles and a member of Veterinary Economics' Editorial Advisory Board, says coupling financial flexibility with smart medicine is a viable way to stay profitable.

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