Dr. Rosenberg is director of the Voorhees Veterinary Center in Voorhees, N.J. He is a member of the New Jersey Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Should a veterinarian disclose a non-life-threatening error to a boarding client?
Resident ethics expert and readers discuss solutions for two veterinary practice scenarios, including a laboratory error and an unused cancer drug.
After a mobile veterinary surgeon departs and complications arise, this doctor learns the cost of shocking a pet owner with an extra invoice.
Avoid grandiose statements to promote your veterinary clinic—instead, stick to the facts and stay out of legal trouble.
Are you overstepping your boundaries by hiring an employee from a competing veterinary clinic? Read on to find out.
Veterinarian queries ethics expert on two practice scenarios.
Detailed veterinary records are essential for responsible pet care (even if your relevant observations of the pet owners cause trouble).
If one of your male employees came to you with concerns about gender bias, what would you do to remedy the situation?
Your cancer patient is euthanized and you want a fluid sample. Your veterinary colleague demands that you get the pet owners' OK first. Is it really necessary?