5 Must-Have Apps for Veterinarians

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February 1, 2016

5 Must-Have Apps for Veterinarians

Just about every industry imaginable has benefited in some way from the advent of smartphone apps. Veterinary medicine is no exception. Apps can allow veterinarians, veterinary techs and office staff to communicate better, have access to vital information when it’s needed, training and much more. The best part is that these must-have apps for veterinarians…

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January 26, 2016

5 Tips for Promoting National Pet Dental Health Month to Your Clients

Veterinarians see it all too often. A client brings in a furry friend for a checkup. The veterinarian recommends the dog or cat get a teeth cleaning treatment and the client leaves saying he’ll make a cleaning appointment later. The client returns the following year and it’s the same story. This is a frustrating scenario…

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January 23, 2016

Papillons on Pinterest

If you have participated in a VetMEDResearch survey, you might have received an Amazon gift card featuring these little girls. That’s Sarah on the left and Sophie on the right, my little Papillons. Most dog lovers have breeds they’re particularly fond of and Papillons are mine. I adore their keen intelligence, energy and agility and happy…

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January 16, 2016

3 Low-Cost Tips to Make Your Animal Hospital Feline-Friendly

Cats are independent, a little stubborn and are very sensitive to their environment. Most cats don’t like leaving the safety and comfort of their homes. When going to the veterinarian, even for a quick annual checkup, a cat’s anxiety level can skyrocket. There are steps you can take to make your clinic more feline friendly. Most…

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January 10, 2016

SMART Goal Setting for Your Veterinary Hospital

It’s a brand new year. It’s the perfect opportunity to think about everything you’ve accomplished the past twelve months and everything you’d like to achieve in the next twelve. As a busy veterinarian, it’s easy to get lost it the daily rhythm of your office and forget to work actively on meeting your other goals.…

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December 28, 2015

5 Easy Tips to Increase Client Referrals

Many veterinarians are so busy caring for their patients and juggling clients that they don’t have much time to think about growing their client base. Fortunately, attracting new clients doesn’t have to be difficult or take a lot of time and energy. Think about this. A marketing study by Neilson found that 92% of consumers…

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April 24, 2012

VetMEDResearch Expands Research Panel to Canada

VetMEDResearch, a veterinary industry research panel with more than 3,000 U.S. veterinarians and hospital staff, has expanded its veterinary industry research into the Canadian market. Canadian veterinarians, hospital staff, veterinary school professors and instructors and industry consultants are invited to participate in the research panel by registering at VetMEDResearch.com.  Canadian participants in research studies are…

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February 23, 2011

More than Half of Dogs and Cats Now Porky Pets

Hi, my name is Robin and I have an overweight dog. Well, apparently I’m not the only one. We now have some numbers to confirm what we already suspected. Our pets are just as fat as we are. A new study commissioned by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention along with Mars Inc. and Banfield…

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February 13, 2011

More Economic News: How Veterinary Practices are Coping

I am always interested in economic news and how it is impacting my clients (animal health companies)  and their clients (veterinarians). That’s why a recent article on the VetPartners website about how veterinarians are coping with the recession caught my eye. The authors, CPAs Tom A. McFerson and Tina Oh, say that clients are increasingly…

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