Source: Pixabay As a veterinary professional or student, you know that the job consumes a lot of time and energy. Your hours depend not only on your needs but on the clinic’s. Your evening meal may be at the mercy of a pet emergency or the day-to-day operational needs of your private practice. Since many…

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Source: Unsplash@lackingnothing Before graduating from veterinary school, students are filled with excitement. They know the destination of their professional life without necessarily knowing all the obstacles on the course. They know they love animals and treating them. They hope that will be enough. Fortunately, a love of animals is a wonderful trait for any budding…

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Starting a veterinary practice can be costly, and many factors come into play. What type of clinic it will be, where you want to open your practice and what’s required to be fully operational factors into the final cost. Meaning it’s challenging for anyone to figure out exactly what they’ll need before getting started.  That’s…

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Corporate Owned Veterinary Clinic versus Private Practice As a veterinarian, you’re probably wondering what’s best for your career. In recent years, corporate-owned veterinary clinics are popping up more and more, leading to a rise in job prospects. But what if you want to work for yourself? Is it better to have your own private veterinary…

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Veterinarians, it is easy to take your staff for granted. You’re always busy taking care of animals and may not have much time left over to show your staff how much they mean to you. But this year, make some changes! Here are 7 ways veterinarians can thank their staff and create an environment where…

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The convenience of a mobile vet clinic means that more sick and wounded animals are getting the care that they need. Plus, it makes it more convenient than ever for people to have access to these services since a fully functional clinic can roll up just outside their house. Not only are busy pet owners…

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Covid certainly brought some changes to veterinarian operations that may or may not continue into the future. One of the most significant changes was likely the curbside check-ins that minimized the number of people in the office as a way to protect patients and their families.  However, as the world slowly starts to get back…

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