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by Myles Chadwick This is a follow up to Gretchen Nelson’s article on Personal Inventory Worksheets – check it out! Have you ever been called into an unexpected meeting with your boss that turned out to be a reprimand? Does your stomach sink just thinking about it? What about being on the other side of […]

Summer is here and we can’t think of a better way for you to greet the heat than by visiting us in Austin, TX! It’s going to be hot and Austin is built for summertime fun: you can take a dip in Barton Springs, catch an outdoor movie by Alamo Drafthouse, check out the largest […]

Making the decision to offer new veterinary services at your clinic can be exciting or daunting – or both! On one hand, it brings you a step closer to the main reason most of are in this line of work to begin with: keeping more pets healthy, happy, and in homes with their families. But […]

by Myles Chadwick Knowing that you are serving the “right people” and that you are making a real impact on the number of homeless pets in your community can be a tough task to manage. For years, Emancipet offered low cost and free spay/neuter in low income neighborhoods and thought we were doing everything that […]

We are the kind of team that just cannot leave well enough alone. When we hit a high-water mark, we celebrate, and then we look at how we can do it more safely, more efficiently, and with bigger smiles on our faces! This “there is no finish line” approach has helped our clinics evolve over […]

Roses are red, violets are blue, and we’ve got flowers and a box of scholarships for you! Thanks to a generous grant from the ASPCA, we have scholarships available for anyone who has never attended a two-day workshop with Emancipet New School – you can check out the details below. Not only do we have […]

I spend a lot of time thinking and talking about change and how it happens, and lately, who makes it happen. Change makers make change happen. They are driven by a desire to transform something – to make it better. Some change makers are focused on changing themselves: self-improvement is their goal. They want to […]