Take a look at dvm360's articles on clinic safety including accounts from veterinary practices that experienced violent threats.
Offering support to every client faced with difficult decisions about their pet may reduce negative incidents and endear clients to your practice.
Studies show robberies and crimes are rarely random, and veterinary clinics often have everything a perpetrator is looking for.
Find out if you've done everything you can to prevent violent assaults at your veterinary practice.
Veterinary architect Wayne Usiak, AIA, says to guard your facility and your assets using readily available technology.
Dr. Dennis Cloud shares an incident that prompted security changes in his clinic and talks about how to build safety into your veterinary clinic with equipment and strategy.
Victims-a veterinarian and veterinary staff member survive with non-life threatening injuries.
One employee pushed, another repeatedly punched by suspect distraught over death of dog, police say.
We learned an alarming lesson the night a burglar broke into our veterinary hospital-we weren't well prepared.
Veterinarians and staff safe after robbery at Freedom Animal Hospital in Charlotte, N.C.
Clinic safety expert offers four layers of protection and how to deal with confrontation.
Learn how to protect your staff and keep your practice safe from robbery and violence late at night.
Don't put your practice-or your veterinary team-at risk. Take these steps to fend off criminals before they strike.
Walks into veterinary clinic saying he'll kill staff if dog is dead.
Veterinarian now evaluates hospital safety plans and state's open-carry gun law.
See the signs of a coworker-or a practice culture-on the edge.