David M. Lane, DVM, MS
With high debt and low salaries, investing in a veterinary education has a poor return on investment.
What you deem as an appropriate emotional reaction may be perceived as much more by your veterinary team.
Do you promise not to tell? The information your team members know might be proprietary. Heres what that meansand how you can protect your practice.
Dr. David Lane discusses how private practitioners can hurt themselves.
You may have found yourself dealing with an ailing pet, its angry owners and stiff competition from a nearby veterinary clinic. Use these tips to help you steer clear of detrimental, reactive practices and focus on providing the best care possible-proactively.
Being busy in a veterinary hospital doesn't mean being productive-or profitable.