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Client Education
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Education pays—for your clients and your practice

September 16, 2008

Teaching pet owners about payment options helps ensure they will comply with your recommendations.

Source: DEAR KARA

Dear Kara: Nutritional considerations for canine osteoarthritis (Sponsored by Hill's Pet Nutrition)

September 1, 2008

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When the client says, 'No'

September 1, 2008

Here are five commonly recommended services along with educational strategies for getting pet owners to "yes."

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When money is the issue

September 1, 2008

Help clients choose care over cost with outside payment options.

Source: DEAR KARA

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

August 1, 2008

Kara answers questions about transitiong pets to different types of food

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Client handout: Understanding your pet's blood work

July 22, 2008

Use this client education form to teach pet owners about the blood work your veterinary practice recommends.

Source: IAMS NUTRITION INSIDER

New study confirms benefits of nutritional management for atopic dogs (Sponsored by Iams)

July 1, 2008

The article breaks down the method and results of a double-blind study that compares the performance of three commercial veterinary diets during in-home management of clinical signs in atopic dogs. Also included Case study Cindy

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Offer clients free dental kits

July 1, 2008

Clients and patients win big when they undergo dental cleanings at Animal Hospital of Seminole in Seminole, Fla.

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Sample script: Offer smooth discharge visits

July 1, 2008

You: Hello, Ms. Worrysome.

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