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Client Conflict
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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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Stop feeling guilty about cash-strapped clients

April 30, 2010

Shawn McVey says pet owners' financial situations aren't your business

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How I handle clients with "wild" pets

April 1, 2010

Squirrels are all the rage in my practice's hometown. Here's how I let clients know they're not appropriate housepets.

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Ask Amy: Handling cranky clients

April 1, 2010

Q&A: What can receptionists do when clients are angry about the bill?

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Q&A: Small claims vs. collection agencies

March 1, 2010

Which works best when clients don't pay?

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How to respond to challenging work situations

December 18, 2009

Follow this advice when you're hit with a client or patient crisis.

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How to win back clients who've left

December 1, 2009

Follow up on defections.

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A dog day afternoon

July 1, 2009

Philadelphia — The waiting room was full at the Radbill Animal Hospital when a man walked behind the reception desk and confronted a technician.

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Handling clients who are under the influence

July 1, 2009

What to do about intoxicated clients.

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