Unstained and air-dried cytology can provide valuable information when examining urine sediment.
One expert names the top 5 complications of flea and tick infestations.
Fluid therapy can be a potentially life-saving treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions. One expert names her top 5 indications for crystalloid fluid therapy.
Educating clients about hyperthyroidism in cats can influence clients’ short-term decisions, as well as the long-term management of their cat.
Communicate With Clients
Prevention is better than cure, and teaching your clients the importance of regularly checking their pet’s weight and body condition score (BCS) is an important part of any veterinary practice’s wellness program.
Addressing client wellness is never an easy task, but you must know your ethical obligation to intervene on your patient’s behalf.
Working with chronic allergy patients is a multistep process. This second installment focuses on making the appointment itself more efficient.
Build the Team
Team members who work well together to achieve mutual goals are critical for a successful practice. These 4 steps can guide you when developing your dream team.
Applying the simple four-stage process outlined here can improve quality of doctor–client and staff–client communication, client satisfaction, client follow-through, and actual pet health outcomes.
Develop Your Skills
Offering working parents accommodations may create conflict when team members who do not have children are not offered the same accommodations.
This report, inspired by veterinarian Shirley Koshi, explores cyberbulling and how veterinary professionals can avoid its toll.
Manage the Practice
Caring for your patients can take a toll on your physical and emotional health. Minimize compassion fatigue by identifying stressors form work and home.
Does your practice have a policy for dating clients? How should you respond when trying to maintain professional boundaries?