'Profit' isn't a dirty word—or is it?

'Profit' isn't a dirty word—or is it?

For some of you, it is. But profit is what enables you to provide the best care.
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Apr 14, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

For a majority of you, money wasn't a motivating factor when you decided to become a veterinarian. But when you first opened your practice's doors, it became a means to an end—helping pets live long and healthy lives. Veterinary Economics is here to help you do just that. Is that really a bad thing? Read editor Kristi Reimer's column "'Profit' isn't a dirty word—or is it?" from the April 2009 issue of Veterinary Economics.

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