Stephanie Duncan

Stephanie Duncan

SOUTH SAINT PAUL, MN - (October 1, 2017) - Veterinary Hospitals Association (VHA), the leading association for veterinary clinics in the Midwest, is hosting the 12th Annual VHA Expo on Thursday, November 2, 2016 from 8:00 - 4:30pm at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest in Brooklyn Park, Minn. This one-day event is expected to be visited by nearly 300 veterinarians, practice managers, veterinary technicians, and staff and will be highlighting the newest products, services, and programs in the industry.

TLC Vet HospitalTLC Veterinary Hospital is seeking a part- or full-time small animal veterinarian to join our growing practice in Oakdale. We have a well-equipped hospital: in-house laboratory, digital radiographs, digital dental radiographs, and endoscope. At TLC Veterinary Hospital, we see ourselves as a dedicated group of professionals working together to do an excellent job for our patients, clients and the profession. We attribute our growing success to our fine staff and the services we offer.

companion animal hospital eaganWe would like to extend a warm welcome on behalf of our veterinarians and hospital staff. We have enjoyed caring for pets in the Eagan, Minnesota, area since 1991. Our full-service veterinary hospital is equipped with modern surgery, radiology, pharmacy, laboratory and dental facilities. We also offer professional pet grooming and boarding services to clients.

mn valley vetWe are a mixed animal practice, providing veterinary services and products for cats, dogs, and large animal of mostly equine and food animal. Very little dairy or pigs.

delano logoCVT wanted! Delano Veterinary Clinic in Delano, MN is looking for motivated person to join our staff in the west metro. Never be bored with your job - we are cross-trained, so you will have the opportunity to show off and utilize your skills as a CVT. We are a small animal practice focused on Cats and Dogs. We want to provide our patients with caring high quality health care.

small social mediaDuring Global Pet Expo 2015, research firm GfK announced that 35.2% of the US’ 75 million Millennials (people age 18-34) own a pet, compared to 32.8% of Baby Boomers (age 51-70). Millennials like to try the latest technology, will spend more on their pets (including veterinary care and pet services), and are likely to use social media to connect with brands, services, and read online reviews before making their purchase decision (source).

Social media is a powerful tool your clinic can utilize to create, maintain, and grow relationships with clients in your community. It allows you an easy opportunity to organically connect one-on-one with clients to earn their trust, business, and loyalty. However, if you don’t think your clients are on social media, consider this: During the fourth quarter of 2015, Facebook was accessed by close to 1.59 billion users on a monthly basis.

Farmington Vet ClinicAt the Farmington Veterinary Clinic in Farmington, Minnesota, we are committed to providing quality, affordable, compassionate medical, dental and surgical care for our patients. We are a full service veterinary clinic that is well-equiped to provide efficient inhouse diagnostic and therapeutic services.  We provide preventative healthcare, wellness examinations, vaccinations, parasite control, as well as routine and specialized monitoring, including radiography, serum chemistry, histology, hematology and urinalysis.
eagan pet clinicEagan Pet Clinic has been providing quality veterinary health care to Eagan, Burnsville, Apple Valley, and the south metropolitan area since 1969.

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The Standardized Chart of Accounts is the standard for classifying and aggregating revenue, expense, and balance sheet accounts in small animal veterinary practice. This effort was initiated and coordinated by the AVMA Economics Advisory Research Council, and VHA proudly supports their work.

To download the Standardized Chart of Accounts for your clinic:

Download PDF

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For more professional resources, please visit the AAHA website here.

VHA Associate to Owner Partnership Program

Have you been thinking about selling your practice, but believe the only option is to sell to a corporate group who will ask you to work another 5 years? Do you want to keep the veterinary profession in the hands of veterinarians versus corporate conglomerates? Would you like to see ownership of your practice stay local in the community you love? Do you have an associate veterinarian who wants to buy but cannot make that final leap into ownership?

If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then VHA’s new Associate-to-Owner Partnership Program may be right for you!

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