Inventory Management
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One big area of potential financial loss and gain in a veterinary practice—whether you are a solo ambulatory practitioner or a multi-vet practice with a clinic—is inventory control. This covers items from the everyday gloves and supplies to OTC products and pharmaceuticals.


In this article Mark Reilly, DVM, DABVP, of South Shore Equine Clinic and Diagnostic Center in Plympton, Massachusetts, and Monty McInturff, DVM, of Tennessee Equine Hospital near Thompson’s Station, gave veterinarians and practice managers some solid things to consider about proper inventory management.

You can read or download this PDF courtesy of Zoetis by clicking on the link below.

Inventory Management

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