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Building the Bond
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Finding the sunshine in euthanasia

June 1, 2014

The story of the life of a dog named Chance—and the special way we said goodbye—reminded me how beautiful the euthanasia experience can be.

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Veterinary team members rescue senior cats

May 1, 2014

When an elderly pet owner's health declined, a group of veterinary colleagues rallied to offer support and find a new home for his senior cats.

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Create your own online veterinary team support group

May 1, 2014

Connecting with veterinary colleagues online can offer support and a listening ear when you need it.

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Quick script: Answering veterinary clients' questions about cost

November 1, 2013

Handle client conversations about expenses with this short response.

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Signal euthanasias at your veterinary practice

November 1, 2013

When you work in a small hospital where laughter is the norm, you have to figure out creative ways to let employees know a euthanasia is taking place.

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Why I love working with exotic pets

October 1, 2013

Welcome to the amazing world of animals that hop, slither and soar through the doors of the veterinary practice where we work every day.

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Beating the client compliance blues

September 13, 2013

How do you create client compliance in the wake of Dr. Google and less disposable income? Give your advice to a veterinary practice facing the same problem.

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From the trenches: "Hey, doc, my trailer full of horses just crashed into a house ... "

September 5, 2013

So that's why you're late? Hadn't heard that one at my veterinary clinic before.

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Fear factor: Is routine veterinary care contributing to lifelong patient anxiety?

September 1, 2013

In part 1 of this two-part series, new research explores the dramatic impact of a single veterinary visit on a pet's long-term behavioral well being.

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