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Reasons a Veterinary Practice May Fail an OSHA Inspection

Veterinary clinics must comply with the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Without these requirements, many workplaces would operate under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. Compliance with OSHA by veterinary clinics increases the safety of patients and employees alike. To ensure that veterinary practices comply with OSHA requirements, the Department of Labor mandates […]

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Common Veterinary Errors

Everyone makes mistakes. Unfortunately, as a veterinarian, mistakes can lead to lawsuits. Therefore, if you own a veterinary practice, it is imperative that you have processes and procedures in place that keep veterinary errors to a minimum. Otherwise, you leave yourself and your practice at risk. In this article, we discuss some common veterinary errors.  […]

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Easy Ways to Improve Your Veterinary Practice

As the owner of a veterinary practice, you must provide a high level of care to your clients. Otherwise, you stand to lose current clients and dissuade potential customers from frequenting your business. Not only do those who entrust you with their pets expect you to provide them with the utmost care, they also expect […]

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Building a Veterinary Clinic from the Ground Up

There are many advantages to owning a veterinary practice. For example, as a veterinary practice owner, you can set your own hours, be your own boss, and determine the direction of your business. Fortunately, there are many options available to those interested in practice ownership. One such option is to start a veterinary practice from […]

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Common Veterinary Practice Challenges

Like all businesses, veterinary practices face their fair share of challenging situations. From angry customers to increased competition, no veterinary practice is immune. Fortunately, there are strategies available to face—and overcome—such challenges. In this article, we examine some common veterinary practice challenges and discuss ways to successfully address them.  Pricing  Pricing can make or break […]

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Choosing a Veterinary Practice Attorney

If your veterinary practice needs legal assistance, there are several things you must consider. After all, choosing the right attorney can be difficult. Fortunately, however, if you enter your attorney search armed with the proper knowledge, the process doesn’t have to be painful. In fact, choosing a veterinary practice attorney can be a pleasant experience […]

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Marketing Tips for Building Your Veterinary Practice

Every successful business has great marketing—and veterinary practices are no exception. Therefore, if you want to get the most out of your veterinary practice, you must market it effectively. Without proper marketing, your practice is missing out on valuable customers—and profits. In this article, we share some marketing tips for building your veterinary practice.  Build […]

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5 Tips for Retaining Your Veterinary Practice Employees

Turnover is a fact of life for all businesses—including veterinary practices. And although turnover is common in the veterinary industry, it doesn’t make it any easier to address. Unfortunately, turnover can affect a business in several ways. In addition to the obvious loss of employees, turnover has other negative results for veterinary practices, including increased […]

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Fixing Common Veterinary Practice Problems

All businesses face challenges—and this includes veterinary practices. Fortunately, many problems are easy to fix with just a bit of knowledge and effort. If you own or manage a veterinary practice, it’s likely that you are currently facing one or more of the problems below. In this article, we explain how to fix these common […]

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Tips for Retaining Your Veterinary Practice Clients

As the owner of a veterinary practice, retaining your current clients is just as important as attracting new ones. Although providing excellent service is one way to retain your clientele, there are additional steps you can take to ensure that they remain customers of your practice for years to come. In this article, we provide […]

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