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A giving tree for pets

December 1, 2009

A Christmas tree in the lobby displays items needed by local animal shelters.

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Putting the freeze on parasites

December 1, 2009

Many clients don't realize flea, tick, and heartworm prevention continues to be necessary even when the temperature dips. Here are some ideas on how to jump-start an educational conversation.

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The call of the client

December 1, 2009

Giving clients quotes over the phone can be challenging—but that's what makes it worthwhile.

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Soothing decor a win for clients and staff alike

December 1, 2009

A plant or two can make a big difference.

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Gift cards make re-draws a treat

December 1, 2009

When results from an outside lab or in-clinic equipment show errors with blood samples, clients must bring their pets back in for a re-draw.

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Form: Donations request letter

December 1, 2009

Use this sample to politely request donated supplies.

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Funding for physical and emotional well-being

December 1, 2009

An angel fund helps one practice ensure pets get the care they need.

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A dog walk a day keeps old age at bay

November 5, 2009

Seniors who walk regularly with dogs reap many benefits.

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What you can do to help strays this season

November 3, 2009

Follow these winter safety tips for feral cats.

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