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Weave a sticky Web (site that is)

February 1, 2009

Drive clients to your Website by promoting it.

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Hearts and crafts

February 1, 2009

Make eye-catching scrapbook pages to educate clients on products.

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Calm front-desk chaos

February 1, 2009

Regardless of whether you're the owner or the receptionist, these 5 tips will help you turn turmoil into tranquility—and foster loyal clients.

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To scan or not to scan

February 1, 2009

What's our legal responsibility when it comes to scanning microchips?

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The proof is in the food

February 1, 2009

The proof is in the food

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Do not neglect dental care: Talk to clients about brushing their pets teeth.

February 1, 2009

Clients need to brush their pets teeth to prevent dental disease and other illnesses.

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Carry food to care for clients

February 1, 2009

A team-wide effort to recommend—and sell—a certain diet increases pet owners' compliance rates and improves your patients' health.

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Spay Day: More than just 24 hours

January 28, 2009

Use the momentum of the upcoming Spay Day to encourage your community to provide year-long, low-cost, spay/neuter clinics.

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Dentistry: Something to smile about

January 21, 2009

Pet dental health campaign offers free client-education kits and a chance to win a chunk of change.

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