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Client Conflict
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Clients are not your friends

August 1, 2011

Friends and family bring a lot of great things to our personal lives, but they also bring stress.

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Don't sidestep difficult people

July 27, 2011

Conflict avoidance won't solve problems in your clinic. Confront difficult situations and move on.

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8 keys for calming cranky clients

June 1, 2011

8 keys for calming cranky clients

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The 5 most difficult veterinary clients

June 1, 2011

Dealing with these nightmare clients can turn a great day into a terrible one. But following a few tips can help you get through to them with everyone's smiles—and sanity—intact.

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6 heated situations: Say this, not that

April 1, 2011

Is conflict leaving you hot under the collar when you need to be cool as a cucumber? Put those feelings on ice to extinguish the flames.

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8 steps for defusing angry clients

February 21, 2011

To calm heated client situations, follow these steps from Paul Camilo, CVPM, practice manager at All Pets Dental in Weston, Fla.

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Live from WVC: Top tip for calming upset clients

February 21, 2011

When you're facing an angry client in your veterinary practice, do this first.

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When the love is gone: Fighting burnout

May 1, 2010

That's it—you've had it. When you just can't take your job at the veterinary clinic anymore, learn how to beat these top three reasons for work burnout.

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Helping fraidy cats

May 1, 2010

Could fear on everyone's part—cats, clients, and team members—be the cause of difficult feline veterinary visits?

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