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Allergy testing: What's each veterinary team member's role?

March 1, 2014

Learn how each member of your veterinary team plays a role in educating pet owners about allergy testing.

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Two views of veterinary client communication

March 1, 2014

Understand the pet owner's perspective and reach out to form a lasting bond.

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Script: Answering pet owners' questions about heartworm resistance

March 1, 2014

Learn how to respond when clients ask your veterinary team about heartworm resistance.

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Teach your veterinary team to listen for pet behavior concerns

February 1, 2014

Discussing behavior with pet owners is important to catch problems early, when they're easier to change.

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Q&A: A veterinary team approach to dental care

February 1, 2014

Consider this advice to get your whole veterinary team on board to offer the topnotch veterinary care pets need for better dental health.

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Create a complete picture of health: How to cultivate client compliance

February 1, 2014

Are you puzzled why your clients aren't following through on your advice? Try these five tips, and your practice could be well on its way to good health for all.

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Celebrate World Spay Day

January 1, 2014

Celebrate World Spay Day with these ideas to reduce pet overpopulation.

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Defuse allergy conversations with disgruntled pet owners

December 1, 2013

Allergic pets can be ticking time bombs. And seeing their precious pets suffer can light the fuse on clients' tempers. Here's how to halt the explosion.

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Pillars of prevention: Getting to "yes" for parasite control—a roundtable discussion (Sponsored by Merial)

December 1, 2013

During a recent roundtable discussion, leading experts in the fields of veterinary parasitology, dermatology, behavior, and client communication gathered to discuss parasite control opportunities in clinical practice.

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