Business Principles in Veterinary Practice

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1950
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Brutsman, Forest
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The veterinarian, in his anxiety to fulfill his medical responsibilities, frequently overlooks the significance of the practical phases of his professional life. The primary purpose of this paper is to present a limited discussion of the practical and economic problems which every veterinarian constantly encounters in his daily routine, and for which a solution must be found. The business aspects of veterinary practice are as equally important as the technical aspects. However, the medical literature is scanty on this subject. That which is available is scattered in various periodicals and books.

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