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Keep role-playing in veterinary staff meetings productive

September 13, 2012

Demonstration of proper interactions is a useful training tool.

Pain management: Lunch and learn

September 11, 2012

Continue your learning by planning a lunch and learn during your next team lunch. You can find all the tools you need here.

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Top 10 ways for veterinary clinics to blow it on social media

June 21, 2012

Your team may be mishandling Twitter and Facebook. Watch and learn.

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What kind of content do veterinary clients really want to see on social media?

May 23, 2012

Wise use of Facebook and Twitter will result in valuable engagement.

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Veterinary team: You can combat Internet misinformation

January 11, 2012

Clients will search the Web; direct them to dependable sources.

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The role of veterinary team members in real-time care

January 4, 2012

Make the best use of first and last contact with clients and keep the day moving.

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When veterinary gossip goes global

November 2, 2011

Create a social media policy and keep internal matters private.

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Top 10 ways to impress clients

October 5, 2011

Providing outstanding service isn't always as obvious as it seems. Follow these great tips and elevate your clinic's level of customer care.

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Don't poo-poo veterinary clients' diarrhea calls

September 1, 2011

Affected pets might be suffering from more than just upset bowels. For example, they may have a gastrointestinal infection that needs treatment.

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