Recent Articles

Spring 2013 | Articles

Professionalism and Work Ethic: Have Times Changed?

Has the work ethic changed so much over the years? Am I imagining that employees’ work ethics have changed to the point that some just do not care about meeting their employers’ expectations. I do know there are some wonderful … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Living The “Local Lifestyle”

Large animal veterinarians tend to live in the area where their practice is located.  Even though they may be kilometres apart from neighbours, family, friends and colleagues, they are usually an integral part of the community and lifestyle of the … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


When Business Doesn’t Work

When my oldest daughter was very young, she was prone to ear infections. I would patiently wait the one to two hours for our GP to prescribe Amoxil , the very same Amoxil I prescribed for my veterinary patients.  After … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Do You Know When You Veterinary Office Lease Expires?

When was the last time you looked at your office lease?  Do you know when your lease expires?  Have you ever considered what happens if you miss a renewal deadline?  This article will help you to: • Ensure that you … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Working Relationships, Why Things Go Wrong, Making it Work!

Having enjoyed many years in dentistry,  I have seen, heard and experienced almost every situation imaginable.  This article outlines some of these instances that were sometimes humorous, sometimes regrettable and most often a cause for thought. It is important to … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Making the Right Moves to Get to The All Star Game

In the last several years, I’ve acted as general Counsel and small Business advisor for a firm in Washington DC that oversees the financial portfolios of High-Net-Worth individuals. These High-Net-Worth individuals require a specialized approach when it comes to overseeing … READ MORE >