Too many felines are surrendered to animal shelters or abandoned. A new survey checks in on animal shelters, rescue groups, and veterinarians to find new ways they can work together.
We hope you enjoy how new and old come together in Veterinary Economics' redesign.
Practice Management Q & A
Keep veterinary team drama at bay with some simple tips from Shawn McVey.
Dr. Jeff Rothstein answers one veterinarian's concerns about moving his practice 10 miles away.
Practice with Heart
Stories about pet names help you keep track and give veterinary clients a chance to share why this particular pet is so beloved.
This veterinarian followed his own NorthStar and landed the 36,000-square-foot practice of his dreams.
Here's a quick and easy way to organize feeding tubes and urinary catheters.
Use the exam room lights to indicate if the room is clean and ready to go.
Educate veterinary clients—sometimes in 140 characters or less—with these tweets and Facebook posts just for them.
If your patient list is shrinking, then it's time for some serious bonding—and more client retention tools.
Click & Copy
Give your clients a reason to fill their pet's prescription with you—and keep the revenue in your practice to boot.
Say goodbye to old-school advertisements and hello to online engagement with clients. It's going to be quick and painless—we promise.
Don't let fear of failure or change stand in the way of your practice's success. Get everyone on board by building a stronger sense of purpose.
Behavior, performance, and discipline problems just don't come across in email and text messages. Remind your manager (or yourself) that difficult conversations need to be face to face.