The key to safe, appropriate restraint of reptiles is having a basic knowledge of the behavior of the patient’s species and the temperament of the individual animal.
Sharpen your dental skills for common patient problems with these images.
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With knowledge of proper, efficient triage, the veterinary professional can initiate treatment quickly to help ensure the best possible outcome.
Communicate With Clients
Some people think pets are the perfect gift for the holidays. Counsel your clients to think about these key factors first.
Financial discussions with clients can lead to emotionally charged situations. Here are 4 ways to ensure positive results from these difficult conversations.
The pressure for market share of parasite preventives and common prescriptions will continue to intensify between competitors.
Build the Team
Defining veterinary professionalism goes beyond dress codes and cell phone rules. It begins with collaboration.
Veterinary practices are comprised of multiple generations that all share the same goal. Here are 5 ways to nurture this common ground.
Expectations among generations can create tension in the practice. Follow this advice to coexist in a multigenerational practice.
Develop Your Skills
Being an assertive woman in the workplace can often get you labeled as “bossy.” Follow these suggestions to build self-confidence and become a better leader.
Struggling with conversions? This video will help you determine drug dosage when the bottle lists the concentration as a percentage.
Manage the Practice
Providing a treatment plan to a client before an office visit is easy to do and helps the client avoid "sticker shock."
Does your practice offer the 5 elements critical to attract (and retain) talented team members?