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Veterinary Business Media
Non-verbal Communication, Dr. Karen Bolten
Written for Wolff Pack Services, January 2020
When I was in vet school, we had what I recall as some sort of client communication training.
22 - Becoming the Business Vet, with Dr. Karen Bolten
That Vet Life Podcast, Mar 22, 2019
Integrative discussions with the people that Inspire, Encourage and Challenge the Veterinary Profession. Hosted by vet student, Moriah.
You Can Get Anything at Walmart – Even a Vet
Jill Taber, DVM Insider, November 2019
Earlier this year, Walmart announced the opening of more veterinary clinics in stores across the US, as well as the launch of an online pet pharmacy.
Finding Your Client Tribe
Written for EUVets, January 2019
Do you remember when you were in school, when you used to want to be friends with the cool kids? Turns out decades later those kids weren’t really that cool, and your real friends, the ones that you still keep in contact with today are sometimes the ones you least expected.
Dr. Karen Bolten
Veterinary Business Matters Podcast, August 2019
In today's episode I talk with a good friend, Dr. Karen Bolten. Today, Karen shares her story of selling her equine practice to pursue her degree in business.
Other Related Media
Pig and a poke! Vets tap hogs with FORKS in unconventional calming technique designed to distract the animals during toenail clipping
Connor Boyd, Daily Mail UK
January 23, 2018
Bizarre footage has emerged showing vets using unusual techniques to relax huge pigs using cutlery.
Veterinary Medical Media
Beachgoers raise stink at what's left behind after annual horse ride on beach
Angela Nicholas, The Sun News, November 20, 2015
It’s not the recent horse ride on the beach for charity that has some beachgoers complaining -- it’s what’s left behind.
Wet weather is contributing to deadly disease in horses
Joel Allen, WPDE New Channel 15, July 2013
A Grand Strand veterinarian is reporting an alarming increase this summer in a disease that's deadly to horses.
Wet summer brings killer equine virus to Pee Dee
Gavin Jackson, August 2012
The rumbling of a combine with a hopper full of freshly harvested, golden corn in an Effingham field is a reminder of the great growing season the Pee Dee has had, with a warm winter allowing farmers to plant earlier to benefit from rains that lasted through the summer.
Encephalitis killing Horry County horses
Theo Hayes, WMBF News, July 17, 2013
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Dozens of horses at the Rock Smith Farm in Myrtle Beach are being monitored following the deaths of several others in Horry County from equine encephalitis.
WPDE Channel 15 News Segment about Eastern Equine Encephalitis
Joel Allen, July 2012
Mosquitoes could be a big problem in our area this summer. That could lead to serious health issues and not just for humans.