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Practice life and business

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dvm360.com: Aug 15, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Veterinarians and business partners Dani McVety and Mary Gardner couldn't be more different. Seriously—one could be considered a unicorn, the other, a pegasus. And yet they're a perfect example of how wildly different personalities can work side by side in the pursuit of better care for pets.
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VETTED: Aug 14, 2018
This key skill is one of the biggest factors needed to fight the compassion fatigue and burnout that weighs veterinary professionals down, according to Vets4Vets organizer Dr. Bree Montana.
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VETTED: Aug 14, 2018
A little common sense—and some support from your veterinary colleagues—will keep you from being crushed by the mountain.
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VETTED: Aug 07, 2018
Every veterinary practice has a unique voice and mission, so "one-plan-fits-all" doesn’t work. Here are my tips for managing a wellness-plan that fits your vision, not someone else’s.
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VETTED: Aug 03, 2018
Eliminate the stress of elimination for veterinary clients and their fur babies with this handout.
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VETTED: Aug 01, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
For pet owners who are habitually tardy with refills, a pill organizer could be just the thing to remind them.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 31, 2018
Concrete results speak to the power of positive training in the veterinary hospital.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 30, 2018
Cyberattacks are a form of psychological violence that cause serious damage to organizations and individuals. Address cyberbullying head on or risk disastrous impact on your veterinary staff and business.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Jul 25, 2018
Looks matter! Especially when your specialty hospital is built to serve an upscale community on the East Coast. Find out how the team at Gold Coast Center for Veterinary Care channeled their New York state of design.
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VETTED: Jul 24, 2018
With exam room conversations about pet obesity, you’re playing the long game. It might take a few chats to get a veterinary client on board that there’s a problem and then more talking to agree to a plan. Don’t get frustrated. Try this.