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Cat care in crisis: A dvm360 Leadership Challenge
As the most popular pet in North America, cats represent a tremendous opportunity for the veterinary profession. So why aren't more cats getting adequate care? This unprecedented package from the dvm360 portfolio takes a look at the reasons--and what you can do about it. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis)
Firstline Update
Vet-spiration: Don't worry, get happy with your weekly dose of motivation from the veterinary world
FIRSTLINE - July 18, 2014
Here we count down five reasons to smile to fuel your next workweek in veterinary practice.
Receptionists: Use your power and fix this phone mistake
FIRSTLINE - July 10, 2014
The client's mood is in your hands.
Ask Shawn: When your rule maker's a rule breaker
FIRSTLINE - June 30, 2014
Smart policies are good for the veterinary clinic--even for those who make them.
Cats and dogs in tutus (for no good reason)
FIRSTLINE - July 5, 2014
These pets have a fierce style that just can't be contained. We think you'll find them tutu cute!
More texts from your veterinary clinic cat
FIRSTLINE - July 1, 2014
Clinic cat's cat-itude knows no bounds. Find out how this cool cat's been catting about in your clinic this week.
Team quizzes
Are you ready to earn more in veterinary practice?
FIRSTLINE
The path to higher pay may be fraught with personal challenges. Are you ready?
BizQuiz: Is your life balance out of whack?
FIRSTLINE
Is your life balance out of whack? Use this quiz to find out.
How to tell whether cats are eliminating or marking
FIRSTLINE
Help pet owners identify the reasons behind their cat's house soiling behavior.
BizQuiz: Are you a toxic veterinary team member?
FIRSTLINE
Take this quiz to find out if you're part of the toxic problem at your veterinary practice.
BizQuiz: How toxic is your veterinary practice?
FIRSTLINE
Use this quiz to see how hazardous your veterinary practice is to your mental and emotional health.

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Top 10 ways to breed negativity in your veterinary clinic
Who needs a functional staff anyway?
FIRSTLINE
Who needs a functional staff anyway?
Top 5 ways veterinary technicians fail doctors
Doctors weigh in on how techs leave them hanging.
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Doctors weigh in on how techs leave them hanging.
Top 10 reasons to come in to work sick
Power though it and do your work! Or ... maybe not.
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Power though it and do your work! Or ... maybe not.
Top 10 ways veterinarians infuriate their technicians
Hospital howlers that send the team screaming.
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Hospital howlers that send the team screaming.
Top 10 ways for veterinary clinics to blow it on social media
Your team may be mishandling Twitter and Facebook. Watch and learn.
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Your team may be mishandling Twitter and Facebook. Watch and learn.
Photo galleries
Eyelid laceration repair: A step-by-step guide
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Use care when repairing lacerations of the eyelid to ensure that functionality of the eye and cosmetic appeal are maintained for the patient.
Crafting the client experience to achieve business success
DVM360 MAGAZINE
Matt Meeker, co-founder of the house call veterinary service BarkCare, advises other entrepreneurs to center their energies on serving clients and their needs—the specifics will come later. Listen as he explains this process.
Artifact or pathology? Interpreting intraoral radiographs correctly
DVM360 MAGAZINE
You see a possible lesion on a veterinary patient's dental film—here's how to tell if it's the real thing.
An overview of cutaneous mast cell tumors in dogs
DVM360 MAGAZINE
This common skin neoplasm may vary widely in its clinical appearance, but maintaining a consistent diagnostic and treatment approach offers the best chance for an optimal outcome.
Visits may be down, but veterinary spending is going up
DVM360 MAGAZINE
Pet expenditures exceed expectations in 2013; forecasters expect more growth in 2014.

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