CAPC resources | Veterinary Medicine


Expert parasitology tips

Use an old-school whiteboard to inform pet owners of local risks

Mar 13, 2017

Data on ticks, intestinal parasites and heartworms can provide a public service to your veterinary clients—and help protect your patients.

CTC Key Findings: Biased Consumer –Communicating with Today’s Web Savvy Clients

Jul 07, 2015

Product and service decisions are being made independently at home

CTC Key Findings: Talking with Clients – Drive Visits with Parasite Alerts

Jul 07, 2015

Pet owners want quick, concise information on parasites

Figure this: Fleas

Jun 24, 2015

Fleas are frustrating, for all involved. But we wonder, is there a communication gap between practitioners and clients that could be making the fight against fleas even worse?

CTC Study Key Findings: The Power of Alerts

Apr 13, 2015

Your clients want to know up-to-date parasite risks.

How to Use CAPC Updates to Engage Clients

Apr 13, 2015

Practice, community, pets benefit from local parasite updates.

Veterinary practices benefit from educating clients about parasites

Mar 10, 2015

Pertinent information puts pet owners in your practice.

Educate your veterinary clients with the CAPC iPad app

Mar 10, 2015

Pet owners are eager to learn about parasite risks; give them what they want with this tool.

Tick of the Month: Rocky Mountain Wood Tick

Dec 01, 2014

High elevation doesn't mean low tick risk.

Tick of the Month: Deer Tick

Oct 31, 2014

This "underhanded" pest is a threat, transmitting several diseases.