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VETTED: Jan 16, 2018
You know shedding is normal, but your veterinary clients (who are likely covered in dog or cat hair) may not. Here’s how to handle concerns about “excessive” shedding.
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VETTED: Jan 11, 2018
Miss Kitty would love these options for curbing her destructive scratching in the house.
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VETTED: Jan 10, 2018
Experts think conditions like feline idiopathic cystitis are exacerbated (maybe even caused) by the feline stress response. Once cats are sick, what can your veterinary clients do to lower stress for their sensitive cat? This handout can help.
 
VETTED: Jan 05, 2018
Have you recently been reminded to remember to revisit your reminder system to remind pet owners about the importance of remembering their pet's care? Sorry, this sentence sounded better in our heads than written out. Let's just dive in ...
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VETTED: Jan 04, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Feliscratch by Feliway might be the perfect solution to help cats keep their claws, cat owners keep their furniture and both keep their sanity.
 
VETTED: Jan 02, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Educate clients and avoid toxicosis cases with these prewritten social media messages.
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VETTED: Jan 02, 2018
Deciding to not offer declaws anymore was only the first step. The next steps involved training our team and updating our materials. Here’s how we did it.
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VETTED: Dec 29, 2017
One of dogs’ favorite toys joins the recent wave of interactive pet electronics. You decide whether it’s a good match for your veterinary clients or in your hospital or boarding.
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dvm360.com: Dec 21, 2017
The veterinary super analyst takes us through preventive care, corporate takeovers, industry burnout and back again in dvm360's podcast.
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VETTED: Dec 21, 2017
To your veterinary clients, it may seem like deer and other wildlife are cute additions to the local landscape, but these transient visitors can pass disease to pets.