The Internet really is a wonderful place to waste hours and hours of your time finding great things to read. I started poking around while watching the Oscars, and then a few more came into my e-mail inbox Monday morning. My pick of the day is an overview of the … Continue reading 5 veterinary finds worth your time — plus a bonus!
As I’ve mentioned before, I find that a lot of what’s written by and for physicians can be thought-provoking for veterinarians as well. This morning I found myself reading this post by physician Dr. Andrew Cronyn that brought to mind our challenges as veterinarians. The topic? Vaccines. Dr. Cronyn writes: … Continue reading Respect is a cornerstone for building relationships with parents of all kinds
Click here to download our White Paper. It’s not by accident that Veterinary Pet insurance has the word “veterinary” in the name of our company. We are the first American pet-health insurer, and as we have watched others come and go, I think one of the reasons we’re not only … Continue reading Good news, bad news … and plans for a better future
The room was full when we presented a sneak peek of our VPI-Veterinary Economics Financial Health Study at the NAVC, but we knew it would be. Virtually everyone we’d sent an invite to had responded in the affirmative, including those we all identify as the movers and shakers in the … Continue reading How do your finances match up with those of your veterinary peers?
As a person who only recently started using social media (here I am on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, just in case you don’t believe me), I understand the reluctance many of us in the veterinary profession feel when it comes to new ways of communicating. I heard a roomful of … Continue reading Know your communications goals before you go ‘social’