Is it just us or does it feel like fleas are just everywhere? When veterinary clients don't see the need for year-round prevention, you and your team have your work cut out for you. Here's help. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis)
If you have a pulse and dread the days spent counting inventory, this is the doodle for you.
And what can we do in veterinary practice, and in the wider world, to bring back some old-fashioned rules of courtesy, civility and respect?
To the women in the veterinary profession who’ve been led to believe they’re bitches for being assertive: It’s time to change that.
Could your veterinary practice’s gossip policy get you in hot water with the National Labor Relations Board? Maybe.
The metric you should be measuring is client spend per year, says veterinary analyst John Volk—and it's likely to be higher if you ease the sticker shock.
Nobody in veterinary practice likes to talk about money, but everyone needs to. Would it help if you educated veterinary clients early about the kinds of options that most excite you and your team, whether pet insurance, payment options or preventive-care plans?
Sure, you’ve given yourself expectations and goals for the new year, but how many of those apply to your veterinary practice? Here are a few suggestions to chew on.
The elusive, bicuspid-loving tooth fairy is making money from her work with teeth. Are you?
Dermatology cases make medical and financial sense as a focus for many veterinary hospitals.