This article from CNBC is aimed at people who are considering leaving jobs to work for themselves, but it does a good job explaining the new tax code for those who are already their own boss. That includes many veterinarians, of course. If you’re one of them (or plan to … Continue reading Sole proprietor? Independent contractor? New tax code has goodies for you
For a few years now, the veterinary community has been rocked by reports of widespread depression and even the suicide of some of its most high-profile members. But a study released at the NAVC’s VMX conference suggests veterinarians are no worse (and no better) than the broader community, when it comes … Continue reading Study counters perception of veterinary mental health
The famous Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show runs today and Tuesday in Manhattan. It has long-been a must-watch for many dog-lovers, some who cheer on their favorite breeds and others who laugh at the whole event. Whichever camp you’re in, you may have noticed changing trends over recent years in … Continue reading Westminster: Enjoy the show, but think before adding a puppy
Are you prepared to discuss all pet cancer treatment options with your veterinary clients when you diagnose a malignancy in one of your patients? The better informed your practice’s pet-owners are, the better decisions they will be able to make for their animals companions. That’s especially true for those clients … Continue reading Tips for discussing pet cancer treatment options
November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and as we do every year, Nationwide® is partnering with the Animal Cancer Foundation, using the #CurePetCancer2017 hashtag to increase awareness and raise funds to fight the top disease-related killer of dogs and cats. Everyone can join: The entire veterinary community and pet-lovers … Continue reading #CurePetCancer2017: A hashtag that helps advance hope
Rooster, a hound mix from Scranton, Penn., is the 2017 winner of the ninth annual Hambone Award®, honoring the most unusual pet insurance claim of the year. Rooster was nominated after he was impaled by a large tree branch during a routine hiking trip. After selecting 12 nominees, Nationwide opened … Continue reading And the Hambone Award goes to … Rooster and his veterinary team!