Andrew Roark, DVM, MS
Dr. Andrew Roark, MS, is an associate veterinarian, author, and speaker. He practices at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital in Greenville, S.C. He is the founder and managing director of veterinary consulting firm Tall Oaks Enterprises.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 03, 2014
Your clients are using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you want them to see you, use these 6 steps to manage your presence. (And stop wasting your time!)
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 01, 2014
Tuning in to your unique balance is key to strike the right notes in practice and in life.
FIRSTLINE - Oct 01, 2014
Here’s a quick countdown of the top phrases you will never hear veterinary team members say in practice.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Sep 01, 2014
The 'Mikes' of the veterinary world don't leave in a cloud of drama but quietly, thinking no one will miss them.
FIRSTLINE - Jul 01, 2014
When a pooch tinkles in the waiting room or a pet needs a muzzle, code words can put a positive spin on delicate situations.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 30, 2014
If my veterinary clients feel half as good as I did after visiting the 'Michael Jordan of shoeshines,' I'll be thrilled.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jun 30, 2014
But you don't have to have butler-style service to win new clients and keep existing clients happy.
dvm360.com - Apr 09, 2014
Roll out the worst welcome wagon ever with these tips.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 01, 2014
It's easy to get stuck at 'good enough' when it comes to growing your skills and knowledge in veterinary practice. But that won't make you the best.
dvm360.com - Feb 26, 2014
Do right by your veterinary patients and clients.
FIRSTLINE - Nov 13, 2013
Sometimes you can't win for losing in the clinic.
FIRSTLINE - Oct 14, 2013
Shocking behind-the-scenes footage!
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Sep 01, 2013
We practitioners have a terrible time admitting we've made a mistake. We need to get over it.
Canine Cushing's Case Files: The ins and outs of detection and treatment—Case file: Avoiding practitioner pitfalls with canine cushing's cases (Sponsored by Dechra Veterinary Products)
CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA - Jul 01, 2013
While some patients with advanced conditions do require referral to veterinary specialists, many cases, especially dogs with canine hyperadrenocorticism, are well within the case management capabilities of general practitioners.