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Oct 07, 2017
Use these 10 quick and easy pet enrichment tips to help your clients put the “play” back in pets’ “playtime.”
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Sep 21, 2017
Time-consuming price matching and a less-than-stellar online store drove me to talk the practice owner into big changes when it came to product sales at her veterinary practice.
 
VETTED: Sep 19, 2017
If it's too expensive to hire somebody like me (we're worth our weight in gold, come on), try seven other tweaks to get your veterinary practice inventory better managed and lower priced.
 
VETTED: Sep 15, 2017
When veterinary clients pay an annual fee—or monthly installments—for wellness services over the course of a year, will they be mad if they don't use them? Not if you remind them. (You ARE sending out regular reminders for everything, right?)
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 11, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
After traveling all day from farm to field to stable to clinic, what equine veterinarian wants to spend hours billing clients? Here’s one possible solution.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 04, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
These tools and features are on every badass dental technician's wish list. Spend now, save time (and teeth!) later. Plus, bonus tips on ... toothbrushes and scaler tips!
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 02, 2017
Ambulatory practitioners have so much cool tech at their fingertips now, it’s a shame not to use it. Here’s what we use in our veterinary practice.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Jul 25, 2017
... or it will be if this dvm360 reader gets the electric radiant flooring she wants. Veterinary architect and Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference educator Heather Lewis, AIA, tells her whether it's a good idea.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 24, 2017
No money means no care means no healthy pets. We know you don’t want to be a pet insurance salesman or pitch veterinary care credit cards, and you don’t have to. Here are some ways to fight through your reservations—or the worries of others—about these two kinds of products.
VETTED: Jul 18, 2017
Emergency and critical care specialist Dr. Garret Pachtinger shares the veterinary monitors he couldn’t live without and explains why they’re so vital.