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Teamwork and communication

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FIRSTLINE: Feb 26, 2018
CC the clinic cat faces the dreaded "d" word with true cat disdain.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 23, 2018
Your veterinary clients want their cats to keep their claws. What they don't want is said claws on their furniture, carpet or any other forbidden-but-scratch-perfect place. Here's help.
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VETTED: Feb 22, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Does veterinary practice ever feel like a freaky episode of "Black Mirror"? It's often the clients. (Nope, it’s always the clients. Love 'em, but what the what?!) Here are six tales readers shared with us. Warning: The first story is dark ...
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 21, 2018
Dr. Bruyette may like his adventures and ambitions to be big, but when it comes to veterinary patients, he prefers small.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 20, 2018
Compensation can take many forms. To gain a clearer understanding of compensation in the veterinary industry, Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) asked its members to detail practice procedures for compensating veterinarians.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 15, 2018
Could your veterinary practice’s gossip policy get you in hot water with the National Labor Relations Board? Maybe.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 14, 2018
Collaboration will ensure smooth implementation—and you'll pick up important information.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 13, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Check out this advice for how to respond to pet owners who say they can't pay for their pet's veterinary care.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 13, 2018
Here's guidance on how to speak up if you experience sexual harassment, ickiness, creepiness or anything else that makes you uncomfortable in your veterinary workplace.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 12, 2018
When you're evaluating the quality of a veterinary patient's diet, consider these warning signs.