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Where did I go wrong? Blockheads with bullhorns in veterinary waiting rooms

September 1, 2012

Luckily for veterinarians, they're glad to "educate" everyone in the waiting area.

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Make a connection with older veterinary clients

September 1, 2012

Focus on compassion when working with elderly clients.

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Veterinary client communication: Educate, educate, and educate some more

September 1, 2012

Calm client fears about radioiodine treatment.

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Live from CVC: Get rid of phone failures at your veterinary practice

August 29, 2012

Tips for teaching your team members phone skills that work, from Dr. Amanda Donnelly at CVC Kansas City.

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Sample Advance Directive

August 7, 2012

Consider an advance directive for hospice patients or clients who request it.

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Put parasites in their place

August 1, 2012

Keep the creepy crawlies off furred friends—and their people—with these veterinary tips for education and effective prevention.

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Diagnose your diagnostics

August 1, 2012

Get up-to-date on the diagnostics your veterinary practice offers—and help educate pet owners about the services that can help their pets live longer, healthier lives.

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Teach pet owners to care for old pets

August 1, 2012

Evidence suggests pet owners don't always recognize when their pets reach their senior years. Here's how veterinary professionals can help.

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Dress for success

August 1, 2012

While you're not what you wear, wearing the right clothes may make the difference in achieving career success and veterinary client compliance. Use your appearance to demonstrate you're a trustworthy source to help educate pet owners.

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