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Dig into doggy day care in veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

I'm launching a doggie day care program at my practice. What safety issues should I be aware of to protect pets and people?

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Develop a discount display for your veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

Use a bulletin board to display seasonal information and discounts.

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Veterinary client education, caught on tape

July 1, 2012

Affordable video-capture devices are great tools for client instruction.

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Laser in on surgery discussions in veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

Veterinary clients face many decisions when bringing their pet in for surgery.

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Lyme disease: How to keep pets—and your veterinary clients—safe

June 1, 2012

Sunny days and a milder winter bring more than an early spring—they may also mean more ticks all over the country. As the threat increases, your role in safeguarding health in your community is more important than ever before.

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Ease the strain of chronic illness for veterinary clients

June 1, 2012

The path for clients with chronically ill pets can be difficult and paved with pitfalls. Here's how to ease clients' way down this long and winding road.

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Keep veterinary patients warm with rice buddies

June 1, 2012

Keep patients toasty post-surgery with a rice buddy in their kennel.

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4 tips for an effective discharge

June 1, 2012

When veterinary clients don't follow your instructions, their pets suffer. Use these steps to lock in the care pets need.

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Lost and Found

June 1, 2012

Two potential owners, one dog, and no microchip. Here's what happened when our veterinary practice got stuck between a Good Samaritan and the owner who wanted her dog back.

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