September 2016

  • Discover one expert’s top 5 reasons for fecal house soiling in senior pets
  • Use this checklist to ensure a thorough patient history
  • Upgrade to electronic recordkeeping with this guide
Table of Contents September 2016

Veterinary Employee Development Meetings

Goal setting and progress assessment shouldn't be limited to annual employee reviews. Use the employee development meeting (EDM) for more frequent, more productive checkins with team members.

Microchips, Ownership, & Ethics

Navigate the complex and sometimes perplexing situations presented when a microchip is identified in a pet or stray animal.

Peer Reviewed

EVMR 101: Why & How to Take Your Practice Electronic

Thinking about going electronic? Discover key tips for a smooth transition to a paperless practice. 

Peer Reviewed

Current Trends in the Veterinary Practice Market

Looking to buy or sell a practice? Explore the current trends.

Peer Reviewed

Effective Team Training Embraces Differences

Effective training programs improve practice productivity. Discover key points to ensure every team member’s learning style is included.

Peer Reviewed

Brachycephalic Syndrome

Demand for brachycephalic dogs remains persistent despite many health issues. Get the entire team familiar with the special care these breeds may require.

Peer Reviewed

Starting Off Right: Checklists Are Essential for a Good History

Medical history checklists have been shown to reduce errors and improve patient care. How can you incorporate these tips in your practice? 

Peer Reviewed

Top 5 Reasons for Fecal House Soiling in Senior Pets

Fecal house soiling by geriatric pets is rarely a training issue. Troubleshoot common causes of this difficult problem.

Peer Reviewed

Veterinary Team Brief delivers practical skills for team-based medicine—with clinical strategies for team training, peer-reviewed credibility, concise content, essential training modules, and easy-to-implement protocols. From the publisher of Clinician's Brief.