Puppies that have inadequate exposure (to various environments and to novelty) or negative experiences during their first 3 to 4 months of life can develop behavior problems and disorders, including fear and aggression. Learn what you can do to help prevent some behavior problems, decrease relinquishment, and help dogs develop into confident, easy-going patients.
“I went to school to be a veterinarian, not a manager.” Have you ever said this? If so, maybe you should consider hiring a manager for your practice. Read this article for advice on how to figure what kind of manager you need.
Is your practice experiencing a decrease in the number of transactions and/or clients you see? You are not alone. Many practices are experiencing the same phenomena. Let’s look at what you can do to reverse these trends!
Pet obesity is an all-too-common problem, but it can be a touchy subject for pet owners. Read Dr. Vande Linde’s approach to talking to clients about their pet’s weight without putting them on the defensive.
Euthanasia brings an end to suffering for the patient, but it is a highly stressful event for a pet owner. Dr. McVety shares some advice from her practice on how to help ease clients through this emotional time.