Veterinary Publications

As a well-known consultant in the veterinary practice field, Dr. Felsted has published literally hundreds of articles on a wide variety of issues and challenges faced by veterinary practices. Dr. Felsted’s articles have been published both in the United States and internationally in many professional publications including:

  • Veterinary Economics
  • Trends Magazine
  • Today’s Veterinary Practice
  • Exceptional Veterinary Team
  • Veterinary Advantage

In addition, she has been interviewed on many topics related to veterinary practices and the veterinary profession and quoted in articles not only in the veterinary press, but also in USA Today,, and other mainstream publications.

Dr. Felsted has also contributed chapters or information to numerous books and educational media, including AAHA’s Veterinary Fee Reference, Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult, McCurnin’s Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians, Business Basics for Veterinarians, and others published both in the United States and internationally.

Below is a brief sampling of articles published recently; these articles are intended to give you an idea of some of the ways we can help you strengthen the business side of your veterinary practice.

  • Why Cats Hate Your Veterinary Practice—and How to Win Back Their Love—Cats don’t like going to a veterinarian and statistics have shown a steady decline in the frequency with which cats do so. This is not only bad for cats’ health, but also it represents an opportunity for you to increase your business by finding ways to get cats and their owners to visit your veterinary practice.
  • 5 Preventative Care Services Every Practice Should Provide—Educating pet owners about the importance of preventative care is good for pet owners, pets, and your practice.
  • Say It in English—Pet owners love their pets and want the best for them. But if they don’t understand why a treatment is needed and how it will help their pet, they will be reluctant to both expose their pet to and pay for the services you are recommending.
  • Veterinary Teams and Clients: Facing Financial Facts—Pet owners, like other consumers, are still struggling in this economy, and many pet owners have a difficult time finding money for veterinary care for their pets. Here are some ideas for easing the financial burden on your clients while also increasing business for your veterinary practice.

If you would like to have Dr. Felsted write an article for your publication or to discuss how we can help you improve the business side of your veterinary practice, please contact us.