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From the VetPartners Experts: How to Help Pets Enjoy a Visit to the Vet

Jul 19, 2019

Ruth Garcia

Every veterinarian knows that pets and fireworks are a combustible combination, and most are prepared to help patients and clients make it through Independence Day, New Year’s Eve, and other loud and lit-up celebrations. But there’s another situation that puts what can be an equal amount of fear into pets’ hearts and minds: visiting the veterinary clinic. You probably think of it as a welcoming place where your only goal is to care for pets, but dogs, cats, and other animals don’t always see, smell, or hear it that way. While you may...

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From the VetPartners Experts: Reward, Retain, and Motivate Your Employees

Jan 23, 2019
Practice Management
Paul Criscione

It’s a fact that today’s generation of new veterinarians are saddled with debt, stress, and anxiety. Coping with the pressure of unsurmountable debt, it seems fruitless to even try moving ...

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Hurry! Don’t Miss the VetPartners 2019 Annual Meeting

Jan 9, 2019
VetPartners Meetings
Sarah Rumple

Hurry! Hurry! Don’t be late! The VetPartners 2019 Annual Meeting is going to be great So many of your friends and colleagues are sure to be there After two days of CE and networking, you’l...

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From the VetPartners Experts: What’s a No-Lo Practice?

Dec 21, 2018
Practice Valuation
Karen Felsted

A no-lo practice is one that has no dollar value, or an exceptionally low value, from the perspective of a buyer or investor (i.e., they aren’t going to be willing to pay much for this practice)...

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From the VetPartners Experts: How Veterinarians Can Embrace Vulnerability and Ask For Help

Dec 21, 2018
Well-Being
Lisa Mausbach

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is in the aren...

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