What they are, why they're so bad for veterinary practices, and where your hope for change lies.
The veterinary clinic isn’t immune to election-year friction. But what happens when team members start to feel intimidated by one belligerent doctor’s expression of his political views?
With a predominantly female profession comes babies. And with babies comes breastmilk. How well do you know your rights and limitations?
Shawn McVey, MA, MSW, offers six symptoms to diagnose a toxic team environment.
When things start going downhill, it’s easy to play the blame game. But before you get ticked at your veterinary team, ask yourself these questions.
The basics of practice protocols to ensure your equine veterinary practice's prepurchase exams are above board, legally wise and profitable.
If cleanings and extractions aren't flowing like water spray during dental procedures, let veterinary dentistry advocate Dave Nicol, BVMS, get you pumped.
Based on the financial data on hand and past trends, here’s what I think the new year could bring for our nation’s veterinary practices.
A study by analyst John Volk on behalf of the North American Pet Health Insurance Association uncovered some key findings that may surprise you—and some you likely knew all along.
Price cuts put smiles on veterinary clients’ faces. But your practice can suffer if you overuse them. Then what do you do?