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Boost veterinary clients' tick IQ

October 1, 2011

Offer veterinary clients this advice and they'll be tick experts in no time.

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Tackle tough tick talks with veterinary clients

October 1, 2011

Veterinary clients are often in the dark about the risk ticks present for their pets. Use these tips to tackle tough tick talks, region by region.

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Veterinary Care: Discount discussions

October 1, 2011

Here's what to say when veterinary clients ask for a discount.

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Share the facts with veterinary clients

October 1, 2011

Here's the truth about ticks.

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Don't poo-poo diarrhea calls: Triage sheet

September 23, 2011

Do diarrhea calls make you sick? Use this step-by-step guide help you through those stinky calls.

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Q&A: How can I help obese veterinary patients?

September 1, 2011

Q: What can I do when a pet's number on the scale just won't budge?

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Don't poo-poo veterinary clients' diarrhea calls

September 1, 2011

Affected pets might be suffering from more than just upset bowels. For example, they may have a gastrointestinal infection that needs treatment.

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Expose the truth about rabies to veterinary clients

September 1, 2011

As World Rabies Day approaches on Sept. 28, check out this technician's real-life encounter with a rabid patient—and learn safety tips that will keep your patients and clients safe.

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Clip to nip waiting room boredom

September 1, 2011

Make time fly.

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