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Help clients handle problem pet behavior

August 3, 2011

Expert advice on pet behavior management.

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Generic medical products: A primer for veterinary team members

August 1, 2011

As more generics enter the veterinary market, clients are becoming more savvy about them. What does all this mean for your practice?

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Hang up on snail mail: Revolutionize your veterinary reminder system

August 1, 2011

Once clients are out of your sight, your veterinary practice is probably out of their mind. Find out how to sends the most effective and cost-efficient client reminders.

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A team-wide approach to dentistry

July 6, 2011

Don't let dental recommendations go in one ear and out the other. Present a unified, consistent front so pet owners will get the message.

Source: Pet Poison Helpline

5 top-selling human drugs and the dangers to your veterinary patients

July 1, 2011

Your clients likely keep at least one of these top-selling human drugs in their medicine cabinets. Find out whether they need to worry if their pet accidently ingests one.

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Top states and cities for dog bites

June 8, 2011

Studies show where the best—or worst—biters are located in the U.S.

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Quick tip: Advocate the advantages

June 6, 2011

Don't just say it—explain it.

Source: Pet Poison Helpline

7 effective emetics and how to use them

June 2, 2011

Emetic agents work by causing gastric irritation, stimulating the central nervous system chemoreceptor trigger zone, or a combination of both. Here's your emetics cheat sheet for dogs and cats.

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8 questions to ask before treating poisoned patients

June 2, 2011

Every second counts when treating poisoned patients. For most substances, there's only a narrow time frame in which decontamination can be effectively and safely performed. Here are 8 questions to consider before inducing vomiting on the poisoned pet.

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