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Veterinary Marketing By Ruby Rynne
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Learn the hidden secrets behind why some veterinary practice owners are making record profits this year, despite the economic downturn, whilst others struggle to stay in business. In 136 pages... More > packed with ‘insider knowledge’, Veterinary Marketing draws back the curtain and shows, in detail, exactly how the most successful practices make their consistently huge profits, and how you can do the same. Inside you will discover: How to guarante that your veterinary practice stands head and shoulders above your competition, so clients wouldn’t think of ever going anywhere else. The “Hidden Goldmine” in your practice and how you can immediately activate it to make bigger profits. How to create a continual stream of fresh and eager new clients into your practice, and keep them coming back. 51 Proven strategies you can implement today to quickly, cheaply and easily grow your practice and profits to record levels in 90 days or less.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 32. Professional Schools Guide (Law – Medical – Business – Engineering – Veterinary – Teacher - Science Schools, Some Other Professional Schools) By Tony Kelbrat
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This book has basic contact information for professional schools and colleges where you go to learn a specific skill for a specific profession. A book like this doesn’t exist anywhere right... More > now, a book that tries to list most of the professional colleges and schools in the United States.< Less
The Truth About Your Declining Visits By Jeffrey Barnes
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Author and Consultant Jeff Barnes uncovers the real truth about why your old clients and potential new clients aren’t coming into your practice. Don’t be fooled by the propaganda that is... More > being put out there in the industry. Stop doing the same thing that every other clinic has been doing for years and expecting different results. The solutions you need are right at your fingertips if you just reach out and grab it.< Less
My Practice Is Broken...Can It Be Fixed? By Jeffrey Barnes
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Author and Consultant Jeff Barnes dispels the myth that only some practices are destined to be successful while others are destined to be mediocre. For the first time, all practices will have access... More > to the same proven principles that can drive exponential growth. Whether you are a one doctor practice or a multi-doctor practice, your practice can become what you intended it to be.< Less
Employees Know Best...Yeah Right! By Jeffrey Barnes
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Author and consultant Jeff Barnes takes the time to show business owners how to ensure that their employees are assets and not liabilities. The path to reaching your goals depends on your ability to... More > leverage your employees daily. Take the journey through this book so that your business goes to next level.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 17. Animal - Pet Guide (Resource Book for Animal Lovers, Includes Animal Jobs - Careers) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you love dogs, cats, birds, etc., you should get some magazines, go to #636 at the library and get some books and check out possible careers with animals. Some breeders sell dogs nationwide,... More > others do it through local pet stores. You can set up a few kennels to house dogs when their owners go away. Start a grooming service for the bored, rich folk. Some people have dog walking/ exercise service. Some people have pet taxis. Contact veterinarian places and ask them if you can subcontract a pet taxi service for them. If you have a nice yard and some fenced off areas, you could start a dogcare service something like daycare. Word of mouth could get your business rolling. Take some courses and become a trainer or a vet's assistant. Some people have started poop scooping companies where they go to people's yards to scoop the poop, thepoop.com. The most common pet professions are dog grooming and dog caretaker/ handler (taking dogs for walks).< Less
All Shapes And Sizes By Neville Searson
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James Herriot wrote his book ‘All creatures great and small’ about his life with animals in his veterinary practice in North Yorkshire. I spent my life with people and their properties in... More > the New Forest in South Hampshire, and this is my story of my meeting and doing business with a kaleidoscope of people from all sections of society and illustrating the numerous, hilarious and sometimes very sad situations I found myself in.< Less
PSY 565 All Weeks Assignments GCU By james joe
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PSY 565 All Weeks Assignments GCU https://www.coursetutor.us/product/psy-565-all-weeks-assignments-gcu/ Or Email us on help@coursetutor.us PSY 565 All Weeks Assignments GCU PSY 565 Topic 1... More > Conducting a Job Analysis Details: In an essay of 500-750 words, describe how you would perform a job analysis for equine veterinary medicine. Include the following components:< Less
BIAM 530 Week 2 Lab Relationships and Normalization DeVry By james joe
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BIAM 530 Week 2 Lab Relationships and Normalization DeVry Lab Overview In this Lab, you will create an entity relationship diagram (ERD) for a portion of a database that a veterinary clinic might use... More > to keep track of clients, veterinarians, patients, appointments, and procedures. The major entities involved in this database design are listed below.< Less
PSY 565 All Weeks Assignments GCU By jon kelly
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PSY 565 All Weeks Assignments GCU PSY 565 Topic 1 Conducting a Job Analysis Details: In an essay of 500-750 words, describe how you would perform a job analysis for equine veterinary medicine.... More > Include the following components: 1. Explain a “how-to” for conducting the job analysis research. 2. List pertinent questions to ask. 3. Describe relevant and irrelevant information needed for the job analysis (what it is and what it is not). 4. Describe the components, characteristics, and requirements for equine veterinary medicine. 5. Explain your perspective on the psychological profile of someone who would best succeed at this occupation.< Less