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What's in a name?

January 1, 2013

Stories about pet names help you keep track and give veterinary clients a chance to share why this particular pet is so beloved.

Source: dvm360

The dental care toolkit

January 1, 2013

Gear up for Pet Dental Health Month, and then use this cutting-edge package of dental tools to stay focused on this critical area of pet health all year. This Dental Care Toolkit includes training tools for your team, free client handouts, plug-and-play social media, and much more.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

10 veterinary pages to 'like' on Facebook

January 1, 2013

These people, veterinary practices and nonprofits can help you finesse your Facebook presence.

Source: FIRSTLINE

5 tips to put a lid on litters

January 1, 2013

Help clients make smart decisions about pet ownership and reduce pet overpopulation.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Coping with grief at your veterinary practice

January 1, 2013

The final chapter of my pet's life was much harder than I expected. Here's how I'm adjusting to life after loss.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Overcoming the barriers to heartworm prevention in your veterinary clinic

January 1, 2013

See how four veterinarians from across the country achieve year-round compliance.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Sample script: Talk up the benefits of digital radiography

January 1, 2013

Digital radiography makes many things possible in the clinic - explain that to your clients.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Weigh in on weight problems

December 1, 2012

Tip the scales in pets' favor with these tips to create a weight-loss program that connects pet owners to your practice and helps pets reach their ideal weight.

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Everything you always wanted to know about pet insurance (but were afraid to ask)

December 1, 2012

Use this advice to learn the best strategies to talk to pet owners about how to pay for the care their pets need. Then take your floundering pet insurance program and boost it to a new level of service to protect the pets you serve.

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