Crowdsourcing works well for creative projects. Could it also help with genetic testing of dogs? Studies have been done linking genetics to behavior in dogs, but there has been a lack of large, widespread tests up to this point because DNA testing is time consuming and expensive....more
If your clinic is selling pet food, you’ve no doubt noticed that recalls are becoming part of life. They are also spurring client spending on “natural” and “organic” pet food. At least, that’s what a recent report suggests. Packaged Facts, a division of MarketResearch.com, released its report Natural, Organic and Eco-Friendly Pet Products in the U.S., 6th Edition, and noted that consumers perceive that natural and organic products are purer and safer than regular products. Product safety and the potential for contamination are also a consumer concern. The report was published on Oct. 12....more
The culture and relationships within a veterinary practice may have a significant impact on the success of a veterinary hospital, according to survey data revealed during the American Animal Hospital Association 2016 State of the Industry presentation. The AAHA 2016 State of the Industry, which was presented during the AAHA Austin 2016 Yearly Conference, examined data from a fall 2015 survey AAHA conducted with the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver that studied organizational culture in veterinary practices. ...more
When it comes down to how much you can expect to make as a new veterinarian, or whether your income is similar to other veterinarians, context is everything. In other words, you have to consider the health of the general economy, education costs, and compensation data. And that’s what the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has done with its recently-released 2015 AVMA Report on Veterinary Debt and Income....more
Considering a job outside the veterinary industry for your first job out of school? Think again. That's what the 2015 AVMA Report on Veterinary Employment report, issued this month by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) indicates. The report, which is the second report in its annual economic series, identifies the factors that contribute to unemployment and underemployment in the veterinary profession.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recently released The AVMA Report on Veterinary Markets, the first of six economic reports that will be released individually throughout 2015. The reports offer economic information about the state of the veterinary industry for veterinarians and other industry stakeholders. ...more
Veterinarians in the U.K. are overwhelmingly concerned about antibiotic resistance and its implications for their ability to treat patients, according to a new Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey released by the British Veterinary Association. ...more
When deciding which voluntary benefits to offer employees, it can be helpful to consider when your employees were born, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)....more
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