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VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 12, 2017
If your veterinary clients think food puzzles need no introduction, they’ll likely end up with bored, frustrated felines. Share these tips for easing cats into the idea of working for their food.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: May 12, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
These enrichment items are great for exercising veterinary patient’s brains but need regular cleaning to keep them in good condition.
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FIRSTLINE: May 11, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Don't just hand your veterinary clients business cards of trainers you’ve never met and know nothing about. Commit to partnering with a trainer to improve your patients’ health.
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FIRSTLINE: May 09, 2017
Veterinary professionals, lend me your ear! Pain, otitis and anxiety are a combination not many want to mess with, but I’ve got some tips and tricks worth listening to.
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VETTED: May 05, 2017
Take anxiety out of the equation with these veterinary products.
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FIRSTLINE: May 03, 2017
Low-cost (and no-cost!) Fear Free tips by role and by room.
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FIRSTLINE: May 03, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Don’t let your veterinary practice commit these feline faux pa(w)s with old, painful cats.
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 28, 2017
Sit the dog, hold the dog, fire off those treats fast, and you've got your Fear Free blood draw on a food-motivated dog. Watch me demonstrate it in this video for your next veterinary visit.
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dvm360.com: Apr 19, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Consider this case study and ask yourself: Do you want to change everything for the pets that visit your practice?
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 18, 2017
I didn't believe a lower stress approach could make a difference in our veterinary practice … until CVC made a convert of our assistant manager. Here's what we've learned in the process (and how my skepticism has turned to genuine appreciation).