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4 tips for an effective discharge

June 1, 2012

When veterinary clients don't follow your instructions, their pets suffer. Use these steps to lock in the care pets need.

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Lyme disease: How to keep pets—and your veterinary clients—safe

June 1, 2012

Sunny days and a milder winter bring more than an early spring—they may also mean more ticks all over the country. As the threat increases, your role in safeguarding health in your community is more important than ever before.

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Help clients prepare their pets for disaster

May 28, 2012

Rule No. 1 for helping pets survive natural disaster: be prepared.

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How to help veterinary clients create a pet-safe garden

May 21, 2012

Follow these tips and plant a garden that's safe for pets.

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Remind clients of these dog park safety tips

May 8, 2012

Help clients keep their pets safe and healthy at the dog park this summer.

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Conquer vaccination concerns in veterinary practice

May 1, 2012

Be prepared when clients ask about the number of vaccines their pets receive.

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Think outside the litter box

May 1, 2012

Educate veterinary clients when cats boldly go where they've never gone before.

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4 tips for a smooth referral

May 1, 2012

Sometimes you must send veterinary clients to a specialty or referral practice to make sure their pets get the care they need. Team members can smooth this potentially stressful process with a few simple steps.

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Keep listening but start watching your veterinary clients

April 23, 2012

Clients' body language can often reveal what they're really thinking. Here's how to read between the lines.

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