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Feline practice management

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 24, 2015
We learned these 10 things long ago, and veterinary school students remind me of them daily.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 14, 2015
Use this guide to take some of the stress and fear out of a chronic medical condition and offer support for pets and their owners.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 13, 2015
The American Association of Feline Practitioners offers a toolbox of client education tools to promote routine checkups for cats.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 07, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
What does a practice team need to do to be Fear-Free? That's an open question, but here is a checklist that tries to gather the very latest on the topic. Find out what you're doing, what you could start and what's going to need you to think about it for a while before trying ...
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 03, 2015
While you're busy fighting fright with Fear-Free tactics, CC, your veterinary clinic cat, frets over your fearless veterinary practice approach.
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dvm360.com: Jul 29, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Change the way you and your team understand feline medicine, change your life. Well, more like finally start seeing more cats. Use these tools to find your way (with and educational grant provided by Zoetis).
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FIRSTLINE: Jun 04, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Here’s a cat’s-eye-view of a feline fine exam where the cat gets the power to choose how he experiences a visit to the veterinarian.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Apr 01, 2015
Two surveys of national veterinary fees and charges may contradict each other. Here’s what you should really focus on.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 01, 2015
If your team members deserve better compensation—and if you want to keep the best of the best, they do—you need to boost your revenue. Here’s how to make it happen. Plus, data from 2015 Firstline Career Path Study.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 07, 2015
No animal should live their life in fear—especially when it comes to normal life events, such as going to the veterinarian.