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FIRSTLINE: Oct 23, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Data from the 2017 dvm360 Clinical Updates: Pet enrichment survey serves up these nuggets about treats in the veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 22, 2017
Consider these ideas to create enrichment areas for visiting pets in your veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 22, 2017
Create an enriching space for veterinary patients that puts healing top of mind.
 
VETTED: Oct 20, 2017
Pets can benefit from training, boarding and day care owned by a veterinarian—the DVM is the expert, after all, not pet service and pet retail staff somewhere else. Just figure out if this chance for pet enrichment for your clients is the right fit for your veterinary hospital's philosophy, staff and location.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 17, 2017
Keeping pets’ pain and fear to a minimum is great—but it’s not enough for a good quality of life. Animals need an environment in which they can thrive and be happy. And veterinarians are obligated to help make this happen.
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dvm360.com: Oct 17, 2017
Cat owners need to know all hope is not lost.
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VETTED: Oct 17, 2017
This soft, duck-billed muzzle might turn an angry dog outburst into a funny angry-Donald Duck-like experience. Veterinary professionals, decide for yourself.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 16, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Exclusive data from the dvm360 Clinical Updates: Pet Enrichment Survey reveals how many practices are offering enrichment—and what they're doing to focus on the pet's experience.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 16, 2017
Ain't nobody got time for pet enrichment when you're just trying to talk clients into crucial medical work. But our latest veterinary survey shows pet enrichment IS on your mind, so maybe it should also be in your exam room recommendations, your online pharmacy and in the reception area.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 15, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Results from the dvm360 Clinical Updates: Pet Enrichment Survey reveal a disconnect between the importance veterinary professionals place on enrichment in theory and in the exam room.