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Vote for Biden?
It’s ironic to me that the children who are voting for free college, are the same ones burning cities, burning flags, spray painting cars with pro Trump stickers on them. Continue reading Vote for Biden?
What does corporate ownership look like in veterinary medicine?
In corporate veterinary medicine the decisions are taken out of the hands of the veterinarian. Here’s a classic example: it’s decided in Arizona, that every practice in the corporation is going to run a urinalysis on every dog that comes in sick. Is that bad medicine? No it is not. In fact, 10% of the time it’s an appropriate test. The other 90% of the time it’s just contributing to the bottom line, and the customer doesn’t know any better. Would the veterinarian do that? Probably not, because prior to 1960 they would have a personal and professional reputation that they would not tarnish with unnecessary tests. Continue reading Marietta still has independent practitioners
Corporate overkill in the fewest possible words
Before 1960, if you didn’t like the way a doctor practiced, you could go down the street to the next doctor. If you didn’t like the prices at one doctor, you could go down the street to another doctor. And because doctors were the only people that could own a practice, they had reputations to uphold. And did you know, Continue reading What does corporate veterinary medicine mean to you? Why does it matter?
One of my clients had to take their dog to an emergency clinic in the middle of the night in September. It was limping. This is NOT a hypothetical case, the owner is probably reading this right now.
I’m going to settle for being offended, rather than being taxed to personal, and national, bankruptcy with a $150 trillion “free college, free healthcare” spending plan..
Donald Trump hurts peoples feelings. Continue reading Tax and spend, or just offend?
Measuring spoons that are ‘fairly’ accurate to the amount and milligram for things which have a very high and wide safety margin.
Great spoons for measuring sodium ascorbate and rhizoma coptidis.
Rhizoma coptidis natural alternative to ursodehydrocholic acid.
Dogs and cats have a variety of liver problems. Many of these relate to aging, and medications, germs, and viruses. Long ago, ancient people found benefits to health in “black bear gall bladder” gall. A lot of bears died. Continue reading Rhizoma