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Articles by Gerald Snyder, VMD

The name of the game is profit

Apr 1, 2002

How much profit did your practice make in 2001? Do you know? Why not?

Those who travel in herds get slaughtered

Mar 1, 2002

Fee setting in veterinary medicine is chaos personified. For lack of a better term, I call it transition theory.

Attitude is everything

Mar 1, 2002

The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on the success or failure of veterinary practices.

Always pay yourself first each month

Jan 1, 2002

Many years ago, I was called in to consult for a practice that was grossing at the time about $700,000.

Three failures block economic sucess

Dec 1, 2001

The turbulent times following September 11 have added an increasingly oppressive burden to already economically stressed veterinary practices.

Is your life a financial joke?

Oct 1, 2001

I want to ask you a question. What I sorta wanna ask you is...is your life a financial joke?

What are you really bringing in?

Sep 1, 2001

Many years ago, in the good old days of the late '70s, when inflation was 15 percent and the gas lines were long, I got a call from a practitioner from the great and sovereign state of Ohio.

Don't be afraid to discuss payment

Aug 1, 2001

Accounts receivable is not an ugly term in itself.

Don't be afraid to discuss payment with client

Aug 1, 2001

Accounts receivable is not an ugly term in itself.

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