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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Spotted at a veterinary symposium: The usual suspects

July 1, 2014

These hand-raisers, head-bobbers and other annoying specimens are impossible to miss at veterinary CE conferences.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

When struggle meets veterinary success

July 1, 2014

Florida veterinarian's determination pays off after sacrificing for a better life for her son and a career in veterinary medicine.

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Crafting the client experience to achieve business success

June 16, 2014

Matt Meeker, co-founder of the house call veterinary service BarkCare, advises other entrepreneurs to center their energies on serving clients and their needs—the specifics will come later. Listen as he explains this process.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The cost of complacency in the veterinary profession–and how to fight it

May 1, 2014

Dr. Jeff Rothstein, MBA, explains how coasting can hurt not only you, but your veterinary practice and team as well.

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Top 5 ways not to welcome a new veterinarian

April 10, 2014

Roll out the worst welcome wagon ever with these tips.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

6 ways any veterinarian can rock the exam room—and beyond

April 1, 2014

Every veterinary associate should be practicing these tips—and every practice owner should make sure they're getting done.

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Do you want to scale to new veterinary heights or just plateau?

March 1, 2014

It's easy to get stuck at 'good enough' when it comes to growing your skills and knowledge in veterinary practice. But that won't make you the best.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Why some veterinarians don't like cats—and how to change

March 1, 2014

By handling feline friends with special veterinary care, we can begin to change diabolical and hysterical stereotypes of them.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Becoming a veterinary leader

February 1, 2014

Break lazy management habits by identifying how you've grown complacent—it's uncomfortable, but necessary.

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