What’s the first step for culture change in a veterinary practice?



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“I’m ready to change the culture of my practice, but I don’t know where to start.” Watch leadership consultant, Randy Hall, sit down with AAHA CEO, Dr. Mike Cavanaugh, to talk about the first step towards creating the kind of practice culture you want.

About Our Practice – Bannon Woods Veterinary Hospital



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Bannon Woods Veterinary Hospital utilizes a mix of state-of-the-art technology and holistic therapy to provide pets of all species with the highest-quality care possible. From colic surgery on horses to sports medicine and orthopedic reconstruction on dogs, we want to be there when you need us most.

We are also huge proponents of preventative health and maintenance! Services offered include advanced ultrasound, radiology, arthroscopy, endoscopy, gastroscopy, platelet-rich plasma, stem cell therapy, Shockwave, Magnawave, chiropractic care, and more!

Located in Louisville, Kentucky.

Why Do I Practice Alternative Medicine? Alternative Veterinary Medicine in Nashville TN



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Marc Smith DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

“So people ask me all the time: Hey Marc, why do you do all this alternative treatment? I mean, why do you do acupuncture on pets? Does it help?

Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m Dr. Marc Smith, I’m the veterinarian at Natchez Trace Veterinary Services.

You see, I started practicing in 1998 and at that time I just did regular old veterinary medicine. I did the same things that everybody else does.

About 10 years ago, I started wondering: Are all these treatments, you know, is that all I’ve got to offer people?

Well I found out that there is a better way, and that way is to combine what I knew, Western Traditional Science, with all these alternative treatments because it’s better. Otherwise, I wouldn’t do it.

So if you need help with your pet of you have questions about all these alternative treatments or eastern treatments, then call us at 615-790-8100 and learn how we can help your pet.”

Quality Improvement in Veterinary Practice



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Quality Improvement (QI) is something everyone can benefit from – not just veterinary teams, but animal owners too, and of course, their pets.

To learn more about RCVS Knowledge’s Quality Improvement Project, please visit us

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NCC Students Gearing up for Republic Day | Through Horse Riding Practice



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NCC Students Gearing up for Republic Day | Through Horse Riding Practice | Vijayawada
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Veterinary Practice Tips Series – Exam Room Greetings by Wendy S. Myers



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In this practice tip, Wendy S. Myers, President of Communication Solutions for Veterinarians discusses the proper steps to take when introducing yourself in the exam room. She also discusses key words and phrases to use that will help the entire veterinary staff communicate more effectively. For more veterinary practice tips please visit www.4act.com.

For more information on Wendy S. Myers and Communication Solutions for Veterinarians, please visit www.csvets.com

Lab allows veterinary students practice before work with live animals – Virginia Tech



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Stocked with models and mannequins that resemble live animals, the clinical skills lab at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech enables veterinary students to practice things like bandaging, catheterization, intubation, and suturing before they begin their fourth-year clinical rotations.

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Veterinary Practice Tips: Wendy Myers on First Impressions



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

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3 Actions You Can Take to Bring Customer Success to Your Veterinary Practice



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Customer Success is often associated with technology companies, but this concept can be adapted for your veterinary practice to set your clients up for success. Our Director of Continuing Education, Sam Schopler, has three actions that you can take to bring Customer Success to your practice in this quick how-to video by PetDesk.

Veterinary Practice Tips: Joel Parker on Good Manners



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

To gain access to the complete library, powered by Animal Care Technologies, please visit or call 800-357-3182.

Veterinary Practice Tips: Amanda Donnelly on Active Listening



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Veterinary Practice Tips deliver key communication tips that everyone in the veterinary practice will benefit from. Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts in educating staff members on properly communicating with clients and delivering exceptional client service.

To gain access to the complete library, powered by Animal Care Technologies, please visit or call 800-357-3182.