- Use these 5 tips to improve your practice’s online reputation.
- Review a complete guide to handling an Addisonian crisis.
- Discover how to identify passive-aggressive behavior—and how to fix it.
November / December 2018
When a pet owner balances caring for a chronically ill pet with work, social activities, and other responsibilities, it creates stress and can reduce quality of life. Learn what to do if you suspect a client is suffering from caregiver burden.
A 5-year-old cat is presented because of his recent change in preference of soft food from dry kibble. Follow this case as the veterinary team discusses dental procedure options with the client.
When well-meaning veterinary clients turn to the internet to find less expensive medications, they may encounter many options for online pharmacies. Prepare your team members to help clients select the best pharmacy for their pet’s needs.
Making decisions about a patient’s treatment and overall health is a collaborative process between the client and the veterinary team. Learn how to use veterinary team–client conversations to build the foundation for the client trust.
Interruptions in the veterinary practice can lower productivity and are hazardous to the health and wellbeing of your patients. Here are the top 5 workplace productivity killers—and what to do about them.
For more than 1 billion users, 25 million of which are businesses, Instagram is more than just cool photos. Take this quiz to see how Instagram can help your veterinary practice.
The term "working dog" includes service dogs, therapy dogs, emotional support animals, and more. Learn the differences of each type to improve care for these unique patients.
Often faced with complex problems and limited diagnostics, veterinarians are problem-solvers who make great entrepreneurs. To wrap up the Veterinary Entrepreneur series, take a look at these veterinarians who are starting their own businesses and solving problems in the veterinary industry.
Proper use of diagnostic testing often correlates with a higher standard of care. Know how your practice measures up.
Diagnosing obesity is a daily occurrence in veterinary practice. See how a team-oriented approach can help patients slim down.
The old adage of “remind, recall, recheck” is new again. Here’s how to keep today's patients from slipping through the cracks.
A single internet search can determine whether or not new clients come through your doors. Try these 5 ways to reveal, protect, and even repair your online reputation.
This mineralocorticoid makes up half the required treatment for patients with typical Addison's disease. Here is what you need to know about using and prescribing desoxycorticosterone.
Resentment and fear can lead to negative workplace behavior so subtle it's difficult to notice. Recognize and remedy these signs to save your team.
Many factors keep pet owners from seeking the veterinary care their animals need. Be part of the solution by offering empathy and community resources.
The ability to accept and process feedback depends on mindset. Discover how to embrace feedback as a chance for growth.