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Client Education
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Do not neglect dental care: Talk to clients about brushing their pets teeth.

February 1, 2009

Clients need to brush their pets teeth to prevent dental disease and other illnesses.

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Dental disease handout

January 14, 2009

Download a free client handout that explains?and pictures?the four stages of dental disease.

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Dear Kara: Dental health (Sponsored by Hill's Pet Nutrition)

January 1, 2009

Kara answers questions about dental health

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Fleas: Fables, facts, and proven solutions (Sponsored by Merial)

January 1, 2009

Recently, veterinary parasitologist and flea expert, Dr. Michael Dryden, met with a veterinary dermatologist and two progressive practitioners to discuss the concerns and misconceptions that clients, staff, and veterinarians have about flea control—and to come up with clear solutions for the perplexing problems surrounding this issue.

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How to suggest behavior training

January 1, 2009

Bring up behavioral issues without offending clients.

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Flea and tick preventives

January 1, 2009

Stress the importance of year-round protection.

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Sample script: Talk to pet owners about behavior issues

December 1, 2008

Be sure to address pets' troubling behaviors.

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The case for year-round prevention

November 1, 2008

Our clients, especially those with cats, don't think year-round heartworm prevention is necessary. What can we do about this?

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Dear Kara: Weight (Sponsored by Hill's Pet Nutrition)

November 1, 2008

Kara answers questions about weight issues

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