1. How to Win Over New Customers at Your Veterinary Clinic

    According to Veterinary Services Global Market Report 2018¸ the veterinary industry is growing at a rate of 6.2% every year. This is being fueled by the growth in the number of pet owners, more people getting pet insurance, and the rise of pet humanization. Pet owners want the best services at affordable prices. But how do veterinary practices differentiate themselves from others and win over cu…Read More

  2. AIGalaxy™ or AIGenesis™: Which Solution Best Fits Your Practice?

    Veterinary practices all over the US are upgrading to cloud software solutions. AIGalaxy™ and AIGenesis™ are just two examples of veterinary practice management systems. Both programs were designed to help veterinary practices digitize and automate a majority of their routine everyday tasks. The goal is to give practices better control over their processes and make them more efficient. This, i…Read More

  3. The Ultimate Guide to Improving Animal Care in Your Veterinary Clinic

    As one of the biggest factors determining the reputability and growth of veterinary practice, animal care is ultimately each clinic's top priority. While your clinic may be decked in beautiful contemporary decor, if your animal care isn't up to par, chances are your clients won't be returning in the long run. We've rounded up some of the best ways to improve animal care to give you some inspiratio…Read More

  4. 5 Simple Ways to Modernize Your Veterinary Practice

    With competition in veterinary practice increasing each day, standing out with expert services and a fresh and modern clinic has become imperative. The leading veterinary clinics in the U.S. have established a strong reputation by striking the perfect balance between a range of different factors that ultimately determine how many clients a practice attracts and retains in the long run. If you've …Read More

  5. The Top Software Solutions for Veterinary Practice

    According to a survey conducted by the American Pet Productions Association (APPA), over 67% of American households—amounting to roughly 85 million people—are pet owners. With the number expected to increase in 2020, there has been increasing pressure on the leading veterinary practices in the U.S. to not only accommodate the large flux of animals, but also offer excellent services. (more&hell…Read More