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Key steps to improve nutrition protocols in your veterinary practice

Key Steps To Improve Nutrition Protocols In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Operations at 18 November, 2021

As a Practice Manager, it often is brought to my attention when the nurse's or vet's time-honored ways of treating, preventing or managing different conditions no longer stack up with the latest research and need to be updated. The first step in solving a...

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Posted by Jessica Joosse, Practice Manager and Blogger - Nutrition RVN

How we successfully manage after-hours calls in our veterinary clinic

How We Successfully Manage After Hours Calls In Our Veterinary Clinic
Posted in Operations at 18 November, 2021

One of our recent after-hour emergencies involved this beautiful girl Molly, who chased a roo into a dam and the roo cut into her thoracic cavity with its back foot. My Nurse and I were able to save her which was amazing and why we offer an after-hours se...

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Posted by Dr Jocelyn Birch Baker, Practice Owner & Director Smooth Operating Vets

Wound and dressing management for veterinary nurses - Part 1

Wound And Dressing Management For Veterinary Nurses Part 1
Posted in Operations at 28 October, 2021

Another thing I love in my job as a veterinary nurse is being a part of wound and dressing management. For better or worse, as a vet nurse, we see the changes that occur and get to be an integral part of caring for and managing our patients' wounds. ......

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary

Staying Open Throughout Your Veterinary Practice Refurbishment

Staying Open Throughout Your Veterinary Practice Refurbishment
Posted in Operations at 06 October, 2021

Undertaking a refurbishment of your veterinary practice doesn't necessarily mean you have to close your doors during the project. In most cases, with some careful planning, your practice can continue to function throughout renovation work....

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Posted by The Elite Team

5 Tips for Working with Your Insurance Company After a Disaster in Your Veterinary Business

5 Tips For Working With Your Insurance Company After A Disaster In Your Veterinary Business
Posted in Operations at 22 July, 2021

Anything can happen when you manage or own a veterinary business. Thankfully, business insurance provides important protections for when things go wrong. Whether it's a pet owner slipping and falling in your clinic, a dog owner saying you gave them bad...

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Posted by Jane Mason, BizCover

The First Meeting with Your Veterinary Fitout Specialist

The First Meeting With Your Veterinary Fitout Specialist
Posted in Operations at 15 July, 2021

Building or renovating your veterinary clinic? Planning your fitout is the first step. Starting a new practice or renovating your existing one can be an exciting part of the construction process. And at the very start of your practice journey is planning...

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Posted by The Elite Team

Surgical Procedure Admission Process for Veterinary Nurses

Surgical Procedure Admission Process For Veterinary Nurses
Posted in Operations at 08 July, 2021

What does your surgical admission process look like? Is it written down and does every veterinary nurse follow the same steps? Different hospitals have different procedures they follow when booking in and admitting patients for surgical procedures.......

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary

Preventing the spread of ehrlichiosis

Preventing The Spread Of Ehrlichiosis Tick Borne Disease 1
Posted in Operations at 01 July, 2021

Experts say the arrival of Ehrlichiosis (tick-borne disease) is destroying dog populations in northern Australia and is quickly spreading across the country. The disease was first detected in May 2020. Since then it has been found in more than 500 dogs a...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional

AMR Vet Collective Podcast 2: Pet birds, aviary species & backyard chooks - Professor Bob Donely

Amr Vet Collective Podcast 2 Pet Birds Aviary Species And Backyard Chooks
Posted in Operations at 24 June, 2021

Welcome to episode 2 of the AMR Vet Collective Podcast with the wonderful Professor Bob Donely. In this episode we talk to Professor Donely about seeing pet birds in general and small animal practice. Bob gives us a bunch of great tips to improve our avi...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team: Jane Heller, Jacqui Norris, Kellie Thomas & Bob Donely

Through thoughtful design comes better veterinary care

Through Thoughtful Design Comes Better Veterinary Care 1
Posted in Operations at 23 June, 2021

The last 12 months have been extraordinary, with each day seeming to bring with it a new set of challenges. Veterinary Practices and their staff were placed under enormous physical and mental strain, balancing Covid restrictions and guidelines........

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Posted by Therian Team

Top Veterinary Practice Design Trends in 2021

Top Veterinary Practice Design Trends In 2021
Posted in Operations at 17 June, 2021

Check out the top trends shaping the design of veterinary practices in 2021 It's essential that the design of your practice meets both your needs and your clients' needs - for now, and well into the future. Not sure where to start?...

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Posted by The Elite Team

5 important tips to get the most from your veterinary in-house cytology

5 Important Tips To Get The Most From Your Veterinary In House Cytology
Posted in Operations at 03 June, 2021

Minimising diagnostic uncertainty in your veterinary clinic... As much as we may disdain it, diagnostic uncertainty is an inescapable component of medical practice. It can be one of the most challenging aspects of our job, leading to sleepless nights sp...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team: Jane Heller, Jacqui Norris, and Kellie Thomas

AMR Vet Collective Podcast 1: Microbial skin disease with Linda Vogelnest

Amr Vet Collective Podcast Series Episode 1 Microbial Skin Disease
Posted in Operations at 20 May, 2021

Welcome to our very first AMR Vet Collective podcast! 1. Microbial skin disease with Linda Vogelnest. In this episode, Dr Vogelnest talks us through the key aspects of diagnosis and management of microbial skin disease from initial presentation to managem...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team: Jane Heller, Jacqui Norris, Kellie Thomas & Linda Vegelnest

Top Tips for Relocating Your Veterinary Practice

Top Tips For Relocating Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Operations at 13 May, 2021

Moving isn't an easy task " whether it's your home or your business. But for many veterinary practice owners, the time will come to move premises. Perhaps your lease is expiring, or your practice is becoming too small for your growing patient volumes. Wh...

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Posted by The Elite Team

Fear Free Veterinary Clinic Design Elements

Fear Free Veterinary Clinic Design Elements
Posted in Operations at 31 March, 2021

A trip to the vet clinic can often leave owners with some trepidation about how their beloved pet will fare during their appointment. However, a lot of vets in Australia and around the world are adopting a new approach in both the design of their clinic...

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Posted by The Elite Team

2020 Top 5 Marketing Tips for Your Veterinary Practice

Top 5 Veterinary Marketing Tips For 2020
Posted in Operations at 11 December, 2020

Amid all the craziness of this year, I've been constantly amazed at the adaptability, creativity and stamina of the veterinary professionals working in our industry. Not only has the veterinary industry stepped up to the plate to continue treating patient...

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Posted by Donna Robson, Director Waggy Dog Veterinary Sales & Marketing

Top Tips for Taking Perfect Veterinary Radiographs

Top Tips For Taking Perfect Veterinary Radiographs
Posted in Operations at 29 June, 2020

Obtaining perfect, diagnostic radiographs in veterinary practice can seem daunting. However just follow this simple checklist to help you get the most out of this modality. Once you have great radiographs, you are more likely to get helpful information....

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3 Comments   Posted by Zoe Lenard & Nola Lester, Veterinary Imaging Centre

Laser therapy helping to heal wildlife burned in bushfires - thanks to SpectraVET

Laser Therapy Helping To Heal Wildlife Burned In Bushfires Thanks To Spectravet 2
Posted in Operations at 03 March, 2020

I am extremely lucky to be part of a company that without a doubt or question stepped up to help animals in the recent bushfires in Australia. My Boss Peter Jenkins is from Adelaide and only 15years ago made the move to the US with SpectraVET Inc. He was...

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2 Comments   Posted by Heidi Richardson, Operations Manager SpectraVET

Forward Booking at your veterinary practice? Seriously..why wouldn't you?

Forward Booking At Your Veterinary Practice Seriously Why Wouldnt You
Posted in Operations at 26 September, 2019

Do you always re-schedule the client's next visit before they leave your veterinary practice? You do realise that forward booking is actually a service to me (the client) don't you? By helping me to make my next appointment you've taken away one more thin...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

Successful results 7 weeks after introducing laser therapy to our veterinary practice

Successfully Introducing Laser Therapy Treatment To Our Veterinary Practice 4
Posted in Operations at 27 August, 2019

At Vetsone we're in the same business as all other practising Veterinarians and so we focus on providing a range of products that we believe are useful for clients, pets and importantly, business profitability. One of these products is the Berylas Laser T...

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Posted by Dr Mark Weingarth, Veterinarian & Director Vetsone
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