make Vet Answers my homepage

Top 10 Blog Posts for November

Posted in Our Community @ Dec 2nd 2015 - By Judy Gillespie & assorted authors

The results are in! Which of the Vetanswers blog posts were the most popular last month?

Here is the list of the Top 10 most popular blog posts during November 2015.

The most popular blog post was viewed 1,098 times and combined, all 10 blog posts were viewed:

4276 times!

So in case you missed them the first time around, here they all are....

1. Reality is meaningless. Perception is everything to your veterinary clients.

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: Feb 2014

So why do some people believe veterinary services are over priced?


2. It's time to 'unsubscribe'! Time saving tips to help you in your veterianry business.

Author: Judy Gillespie -  Vetanswers, Published: Jan 2014

Now I’m obviously not suggesting you take this drastic step with your Vetanswers emails BUT I am suggesting you unsubscribe to all the weird and wonderful ‘coaches’ out there promising you the moon if you sign up to their fabulous online course AND I’m suggesting you unsubscribe to all the clothing, shoes and all other regular emails unless they directly help you in your job.


3. Vet builds solid gold house on kickbacks from pet food sales!

Author: Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers, Published: March 2013

Ok – I made that one up!  But I didn’t make up these other ridiculous stories I see posted on Facebook.


4. Explain your veterinary practice pricing...or just having a whinge?

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: May 2013

Should you explain your veterinary practice expenses to clients?


5. How to Write Your Veterinary Business Mission Statement

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: Sept 2011

Summing up your business's mission helps you focus on the steps you need to take to succeed. Here's how to create a mission statement that's uniquely yours.


6. Resources for your veterinary clients - do you use them?

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: October 2015

Communicating in different ways with your veterinary clients is essential - especially when it comes to education and information.


7. Understanding patient behaviour to enhance safety in your veterinary practice

Author: Jodi McDonald - CCG, Published: November 2015

Safety in veterinary practice is our number one priority, for both ourselves, and our patients. 


8. How much income should a vet generate in your veterinary practice?

Author: Judy Gillespie & experts, Published: Nove 2015

A Vetanswers member sent me this question via email...."I would like to know what multiplier is the average figure when determining the income that a Vet should generate in a practice?  I have heard the 5x multiplier of their salary to be brought in as income at many conferences but wanted to know if you have update information please?"~~~~~~

9. Dental Quotes & Images to Share with your Veterinary Clients during FatD

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: Aug 2015

Often you'll catch your client's attention with an image rather than just words. Sometimes you need a big pair of brown (or blue or green) eyes looking at you to help a message to sink in. In this case it's all about the importance of dental health in pets.  


10. Work in the veterinary industry? You need to understand compassion fatigue

Author: Rosie Overfield - CCG, Published: Nov 2015

Compassion Fatigue has been described as the “cost of caring" for others in emotional and physical pain.


If you'd like to see the Vetanswers Blog Posts as they're published, why not join our online veterinary community? It's FREE and everyone is welcome...just click here:



There are currently no comments.

Add Your Comments

All comments will be submitted to the administrator for approval.

To prevent spam, please type in the code found in the red box to verify you are a real person.
  Required fields

Blog Categories


Recent Blog Entries


Tag Cloud

follow us on twitter