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Q&A: Fight veterinary clients' fears with microchip facts

April 1, 2012

Sometimes clients are afraid to have their pets microchipped. What can I say to calm their fears?

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Singing the heartworm heartache and Lyme disease blues

April 1, 2012

Focus on the problem at hand and move forward with treatment.

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A tough pill to swallow

April 1, 2012

Pill your cat and stay on good terms.

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Canine aggression: Getting to a good walk

April 1, 2012

When the nightly walk becomes a nightmare for pet owners and their dogs, it's time for veterinary technicians to intervene.

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Nutritional nuggets for hyperthyroid cats

March 1, 2012

The right veterinary diet can be key to helping manage hyperthyroidism. Consider this advice about how to offer nutritional support for cats with hyperthyroidism.

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Tulips and lilies and bone meal—oh my!

March 1, 2012

Roses are red, violets are blue, protect patients from flowers—your veterinary clients will thank you!

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Q&A: Mouthing off on oral veterinary care

March 1, 2012

Wish your veterinary clients brushed their pets' teeth everyday? Here's how to spread awareness.

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7 common Valentine's Day toxins for pets

February 2, 2012

Love isn't the only thing in the air this time of year. Warn veterinary clients about these toxic treats and protect their four-legged loved ones.

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Q&A: Giving credit options to veterinary clients

February 1, 2012

A realistic but tactful answer goes a long way to helping clients understand insurance and third-party payment plans.

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