Veterinary Economics' June content is now online

Veterinary Economics' June content is now online

Focus on the four staples of veterinary practice, discover what clients think about you, and explore microchipping, endoscopy, and osteoarthritis.
Jun 10, 2009
By staff
Summer's here, and our June 2009 issue is full of hot ideas to help your practice. First, we've listened loud and clear to our latest reader survey: You want back-to-basics financial fundamentals. We've got 'em in this issue's cover story. Click here to read about the four healthy staples of veterinary practices—income, costs, fees, and clients.

Our readers are our clients. To learn what your clients really think, consider sending client questionnaires, scouring Internet rating sites, and employing mystery shoppers. Mark Opperman covers it all in "What your clients REALLY think."

The June issue is also loaded with more advice and tips on ditching discounts, savings lives by marketing microchips, exploring the benefits of endoscopy, and working as mobile, relief, and shelter veterinarians.

Click here to view all the June content.

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