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Improve your veterinary patient care with Small Animal Medicine Distance Learning

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 25 March, 2021

Build your veterinary clinical knowledge, improve your skills making thorough case management plans and treating complex clinical cases - Small Animal Medicine Online Distance Learning Program " Enrolments Now Open! " Starting May 1st 2021....

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Posted by Rachel Olsen, Program Manager, Improve International
 

Focus on improvement in your veterinary clinic AND get your team on board without the overwhelm

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 17 March, 2021

I get it. As a manager or veterinary practice owner your days are busy: the phone doesn't stop ringing, you may be seeing patients and there is always the need for problem solving on the fly. You are also probably the IT department, the HR department, th...

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Posted by Dr Mark Matthews, Owner Kew Vet & Cattery Group & AVA VBG Veterinary Business of the Year 2020
 

Old Cat, New Kitten – who is the aggressor?

Old Cat New Kitten Who Is The Aggressor
Posted in Guest Blogger at 04 March, 2021

Hands up all who have had clients complain their old cat has become aggressive towards their sweet innocent kitten that is only trying to play? When I was veterinary nursing, I found it highly frustrating that clients were not viewing the situation from t...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 

Caring for a Pet with Cerebellar Hypoplasia

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 18 February, 2021

Firstly, just what is Cerebellar Hyperplasia? Pets with cerebellar hypoplasia are born with a smaller than usual or underdeveloped cerebellum. This neurological condition is congenital and directly effects motor skills. Although more widely known as a mo...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director, Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 

Practice Management Software - does it support or hinder the high standard of care you deliver?

Pm Software Does It Support Or Hinder The High Standard Of Care You Deliver
Posted in Guest Blogger at 11 February, 2021

Think about this: Is your Practice Management Software (PMS) supporting the consistent, high standard of care you aim to deliver to your patients & clients? Or do you believe that your standards of care and your PMS are two different areas? Have we got y...

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Posted by Janelle Beaven, Director, Astute Veterinary Solutions
 
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