Dr. Andrew Rollo is a Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member and an associate at Madison Veterinary Hospital in Michigan.
Sure, it'll be a benefit to your practice's medical care, but this technology can do wonders for your relationship with veterinary clients, too.
Accept the challenges of veterinary medicine by branching out of your comfort zone—even if it's forced upon you.
On bad days, everybody's got it tough, but I say veterinary receptionists' duties take the prize.
Client care about their pets, so they can become frustrated with your practice. Sometimes that frustration spills over onto paper.
Q: My daughter is 11 years old and she's determined to become a veterinarian. What can I do now to prepare my child for a career in the veterinary profession?
Three Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board members share their thoughts on why associates fear to buy and how practice owners can help change that.
It's hard to say goodbye, particularly to a pet who wasn't supposed to live long in the first place.
Many clients are hesitant to even discuss stem cell therapy as a treatment option. You can get them to open up.
Practice owners can play a crucial role in helping new associates step up.