Change is wonderful. Change sucks. Keep on innovating at your veterinary practice


Sure, you could keep things the same foreverand become irrelevant to your clients and patients.

Change in the veterinary clinic is essential: It's necessary to keep up on innovations in medicine as well as new approaches in practice management as well as all-encompassing concepts like Fear Free. And according to Fetch dvm360 conference speaker Brian Conrad, CVPM, no matter what the change is, you need to dive right in, get the team on board and make some moves:

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"Make some decisions. That's where we really get bogged down. We keep thinking about it, and thinking about it, and thinking about it, and we never actually take action," he says.

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