Video: Veterinary visits in decline—Actionable steps

Video: Veterinary visits in decline—Actionable steps

Take steps to fight decreasing clinic traffic.
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Mar 17, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

That the number of veterinary clinic visits is decreasing is a troubling fact. The situation is combatable, however. Here veterinary market analyst Dr. Karen Felsted presents actionable steps gleaned from the recent Bayer-Brakke-NCVEI Veterinary Care Usage Study.




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