Veterinary owners | Veterinary Economics

Personnel management

10 steps to take after the unthinkable happens

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

To keep a veterinary practice—and its staff—stable, take this advice to heart after the death of the practice owner.

An open letter from veterinary associates to practice owners

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Do you have the power to improve your associates' work life? Data from Benchmarks 2015: A Study of Well-Managed Practices (Veterinary Economics and Wutchiett Tumblin and Associates) and associates' feedback to the 2016 Firstline Career Path Study show how associates really feel about you, your practice and their work.

Frustrated you’re not getting a raise?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

More than half of Well-Managed Practice owners offered a different type of benefit in lieu of raises.

All dog trainers are not created equal

FIRSTLINE

Spray bottles, rolled-up newspapers and "No! Bad dog!" not your training cup of tea? Make sure your veterinary practice works with the right trainers with tips from behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta.

Mad at work?

FIRSTLINE

Use these tips to tame tempers and vanquish veterinary team tantrums.

Revenue strategies

10 steps to take after the unthinkable happens

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

To keep a veterinary practice—and its staff—stable, take this advice to heart after the death of the practice owner.

Focus on veterinary wellness care could be "dangerous," says Purdue expert

DVM360 MAGAZINE

Digging into new data from the Nationwide Purdue Veterinary Price Index, a Purdue associate dean says "it's dangerous to build a practice on wellness services," not medical services.

5 laughs/lessons on revenue leaks

FIRSTLINE

A multi-part plan to find a little extra money and a lot better patient care at your veterinary practice.

When tragedy strikes, does the practice die?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

How veterinary teams pull together when a practice owner passes away or becomes incapacitated.

7 reasons you should give away veterinary services

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Clients don't always have money, but you can still earn in ways other than just that warm feeling of a good deed done.