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June 23, 2009

What’s new in cancer research?

The field of veterinary oncology has advanced greatly in the last several years, and there have been some exciting developments in this area. NEWStat asked some of the top veterinary oncologists around the country what they thought were the most interesting and noteworthy recent developments in animal cancer research, as well as some of the studies they are involved with.

December 09, 2008

Cash rules, credit drools

Nineties rap group Wu-Tang Clan once proclaimed: “Cash Rules Everything Around Me.” Turns out they were right. Just one year ago credit was king; today, small business and veterinary financial experts are all about cash—collecting it, using it and saving it wisely. Cash flow is the lifeblood of any small business. Most small businesses rely on cash to pay for normal operating costs month-to-month. As business grows soft, and with banks promoting low- or no-interest home equity loans, it can be tempting to bolster your business with “mini loans” — cash advances, planned overdrafts, deferred credit card payments, infusions from personal savings, and so on. Don’t do it.

July 08, 2008

Rethinking retention

There’s no single answer to retaining good employees, especially during an economic downturn. But experts say that if you’re willing to go the extra mile to hire and keep the best people, the solutions are out there.

October 02, 2019

What millennial pet owners want

Forget popular media tropes like avocado toast, apps, and rosé. What really sets millennials apart from other generations is their obsession with their pets.

November 26, 2019

Making cats share can cause trouble

Some situations in multi-cat households where asking cats to share may create stress and possibly lead to behavior problems, writes Pam Johnson-Bennett, certified cat behavior consultant.

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