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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

What we can learn from the "other" doctors

July 18, 2014

Do you pay enough attention to how other healthcare professionals act and work?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Change up your communication style and benefit your veterinary practice

July 15, 2014

A weekly newsletter took the place of team meetings and got people talking at this veterinary practice.

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10 veterinary practice time savers

July 8, 2014

For today's veterinarians and team members, time is limited. Use these efficiency-boosting changes to steal back some of those precious minutes lost and keep your focus on pet care.

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.

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VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital partners with UCLA Health System to provide veterinary care for pets

July 1, 2014

Partnership launches two new veterinary programs to help provide care for patients' pets and hospital therapy dogs.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Gone too soon? When veterinary ethics and euthanasia conflict

July 1, 2014

There are bound to be shades of gray in difficult decisions, but is euthanasia too often the end result?

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

10 ways to be a successful entrepreneur in veterinary medicine

July 1, 2014

No matter what the endeavor, don't be afraid to listen to your gut and take a leap of faith to achieve veterinary business success.

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.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

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.

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