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Client Conflict
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Clients nibbling away at your good mood?

September 1, 2013

When veterinary clients take a bite out of you, use these tips to retrain their most challenging behaviors.

Team tool: Practice challenging veterinary client conversations

September 1, 2013

Use these practice cases to rehearse challenging client conversations.

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Identify and handle out-of-control veterinary clients

September 1, 2013

Protect yourself, coworkers and clients with these simple steps.

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The VHMA files: Connect with veterinary clients

September 1, 2013

Surveys let veterinary clients rate your performance before they take their frustrations online.

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Live from CVC: Keep your voice calm to carry on tough conversations in the veterinary clinic

August 26, 2013

Dr. Ernie Ward says to control your tone and inflection during conversations with veterinary clients and co-workers

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How to harness a pitchfork-wielding horde for your veterinary practice

April 1, 2013

In the right forum, your veterinary clients can be your best defense.

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Ethical dilemma: How a veterinarian should handle a case of puppy abuse

October 1, 2012

A longtime client admits to an episode of abuse, and a veterinarian weighs her options.

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Talking to upset veterinary clients

July 25, 2012

Don't ignore your emotions, but don't fight them.

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Keep out! How veterinary clients block you

June 1, 2012

Learn how to reach out when clients put up "stay away" or "back off" signs—and get to the root of the pet's problem.

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