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Cover Story
6 ways any veterinarian can rock the exam room—and beyond
By: Jeremy Keen, DVM
Every veterinary associate should be practicing these tips—and every practice owner should make sure they're getting done.
Technology
Therapy lasers: A handy comparison chart
Thinking of adding or expanding laser therapy services in your veterinary practice? Get started on your buying quest with this comparison of some of the choices available.
Practice Management Q&A
"Our veterinary hospital charges too much": Finding consensus on fees among associates and team members
Q: How should I set my new digital veterinary dental radiography fees? My doctors disagree!
Why staffing might be breaking the bank at your veterinary practice
Q: How can I get a grip on veterinary support staff costs?
Practice Tips
Fun facts to keep your veterinary clients coming back
By: Marty Becker, DVM
Add some "tee hee" to your TLC, and use your humor and intellect to strengthen your relationship with veterinary clients.
Stay organized at your veterinary practice with tongue depressors
Keep veterinary ECG leads tangle free by clipping them to the depressors.
Schedule veterinary appointments now!
By: Diederik Gelderman, BVSc, MVS
Keep your veterinary clients coming back by pre-booking your spay and neuter appointments.
Hospital Design
The around-the-clock advantage in veterinary practice
24/7 hours can set you apart from competitors, but consider first whether it'll work for your practice.
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Feline heartworm disease: Why you should be screening for it
You may be surprised to find the incidence of this often-fatal disease is higher than you think—even in your practice.
Get Social
Posts and tweets about ways to pay
Don't let clients' financial struggles prevent pets from receiving the best veterinary care possible.
Hot Button
Veterinarians don't always have to put on a brave face
By: Jessica Vogelsang, DVM
Compassion fatigue and burnout are high in the veterinary profession. It's time to stand up and support one another.
Our Previous Issue
Cover Story
2014 Veterinary Hospital of the Year: Fostering a family feel
By: Sarah Moser
Some might say bigger veterinary clinics seem impersonal, but the cozy design of this Hospital of the Year helps clients and pets feel right at home.
Practice Management Q&A
Legal protection when a veterinary client says "no"
Q: If a client refuses our pet care recommendations and signs a waiver, how protected is my practice legally?
Crucial insurance every veterinarian needs
Q: I'm a young associate veterinarian with a family. What types of insurance do I need to protect them?
Practice Tips
How my veterinary practice succeeds with client callbacks
By: Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, DABVP
When pets head home after hospital stays, an evening phone call can make all the difference for clients.
4 red flags in veterinary job candidates
By: Bob Levoy
Notice what candidates are (or aren't) doing in the interview, and you're more likely to choose the right person for the job.
Quick tool: Figure your veterinary practice retention rate by department
By: Art Arnaiz, LVT, Tammi Verseman-Morrison
Find the right staff members for your team and keep them engaged to achieve high retention.
9 tips for a successful veterinary practice purchase or sale
By: Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
Follow these tips for future financial success in practice ownership.
Get Social
Posts and tweets about fleas
Use social media to get information out about these parasites: it may spur your veterinary clients into action.
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5 ways for veterinarians to put 5 free minutes to great use
Even the busiest of DVMs get a break now and then. Here are some tips for filling that coveted downtime—and doing a little something good while you're at it.
Client relations
How an old veterinary hospital learned new tricks
By: Sarah Moser
Four years ago, The Animal Medical Center in New York brought on a CEO with a fresh perspective. Find out how her secrets for success could benefit your practice, too.
Managing Smart
Are drugs leaving your veterinary practice the wrong way?
By: Mark Opperman, CVPM
Tight drug controls reduce the risk of theft and abuse. Implement these simple steps to avoid messy situations.
Checklist for better veterinary drug control
By: Mark Opperman, CVPM
Try these 8 tips to get inventory controls in place.
Hot Button
Why some veterinarians don't like cats—and how to change
By: Joan Freesh, MS, DVM
By handling feline friends with special veterinary care, we can begin to change diabolical and hysterical stereotypes of them.

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