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Q&A: Spotlight on spot-on parasite preventives

June 1, 2010

Recent EPA reports may mean your clients are struggling to sort fact from fiction about spot-on parasite preventives. Here's what you need to know to educate pet owners about how to safely and effectively use spot-on parasite preventives.

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Q&A: Converse with clients to convey the dangers of zoonotic diseases

June 1, 2010

How can we explain the importance of testing for parasitic zoonoses to our clients?

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What you should know about vaccines in your pets

June 1, 2010

Give your clients need-to-know facts about a vital part of their pet?s well-being.

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Client handout: 7 summer safety tips for pets

May 27, 2010

Teach clients the basics to keep pets hydrated, healthy, and happy this season.

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8 people foods that are toxic to pets

May 24, 2010

Most clients have heard chocolate is poisonous to pets, but do they know that other common foods may also be toxic for dogs and cats?

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Start sucking up: Why flattery works

May 18, 2010

Even if they know your motives aren't sincere, co-workers and clients might still appreciate your compliments.

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Fancy folders fortify client bonds

May 1, 2010

Fancy folders fortify client bonds

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Don't throw dogs a bone, FDA says

April 27, 2010

It's no secret that dogs like to chew on bones. But do your clients know they can be deadly?

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Photo gallery: 6 toxic springtime plants

April 8, 2010

Teach clients how to pet-proof their gardens from toxic flowers.

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