Monthly Archives: June 2011

Helping Those Who Help Others: Shelter Adoption Ideas

Can good photography help find an animal a home? With more shelters using the internet to help spread the word about adoptable animals, photography can play a large role in the appeal of that animal. We are visual creatures and a playful picture that … Continue reading

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Veterinary Business Video Show

Episode 49 is up now. Some of the subjects and resources covered are: ALD Veterinary Consulting – Coaching to Excellence – Find it all here – Welcome to PetsVetSpace 121QA Customer Satisfaction Analytics – 121QA Customer Satisfaction Analytics Client Magnets TV – How … Continue reading

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VCA South Shore Animal Hospital in Weymouth, MA Opens

One of our recently completed projects has opened in Massachusetts. The VCA South Shore Animal Hospital more than doubles the size of the existing hospital to 28,000 sq. ft and provides the latest in technology and design to help the medical staff care … Continue reading

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Take Your Dog to Work

Tomorrow is “National Take Your Dog to Work Day”. The day was started 12 years ago to help promote adoption of animals from shelters and rescue groups. Some studies say you are a happier, more relaxed person when your animal friend … Continue reading

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Are Long Standing Traditions Good For Business?

Below is a link to a post by Andrew Clark DVM, the CEO of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Kentucky, about why your equine practice may not be benefitting from long-standing traditions in medicine. The article was written for Equine Veterinarians, … Continue reading

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The Complete Guide to Building Your Veterinary Hospital

Our own Mark Hafen has developed a video series with DVM360 describing the process of building a Veterinary Hospital. Currently, there are four chapters for viewing: 1. Before you build 2. Your building team 3. What to look for in a … Continue reading

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Weekend Viewer

From our movie queue: If you are in the mood for a movie this weekend, try The Science of Dogs from National Geographic. Did you know that there are more varieties of dog than any other species? We didn’t either. This documentary … Continue reading

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Wildlife and Wildfire

The link below is a brief article accompanied by video and photo slide show touching on animal behavior prior to, during and after a wildfire. The article comes from a local tv affiliate in Arizona where they are fighting the Wallow Fire, which … Continue reading

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From our Newsletter! Summer Edition

Beyond Black and White   Most of the month of May felt a little bit like a world of black and white, very gray and rainy.  We supposedly have more than 300 days of sunshine per year in Colorado, so we … Continue reading

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American Horse Racing in Decline due to Medication

Below is a link to a good article about American horse racing and medication. The International Summit on Race Day Medication was held at Belmont Park recently and the issue of treating horses with Lasix was addressed. The medication is banned by most other … Continue reading

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