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Identify and handle out-of-control veterinary clients

September 1, 2013

Protect yourself, coworkers and clients with these simple steps.

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The VHMA files: Connect with veterinary clients

September 1, 2013

Surveys let veterinary clients rate your performance before they take their frustrations online.

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The heartworm toolkit

September 1, 2013

This toolkit delivers team training, free client handouts, exam room education strategies and more, all designed to make it as easy as possible for veterinarians and their teams to discuss heartworm disease with clients and promote year-round prevention in dogs and cats. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis)

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Clients nibbling away at your good mood?

September 1, 2013

When veterinary clients take a bite out of you, use these tips to retrain their most challenging behaviors.

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How to work in your veterinary clinic after losing a beloved pet

September 1, 2013

Q: Six months ago I lost my beloved pet. Over the past several weeks I've been struggling to deal with the sad parts of my job. I can work a double shift and deal with angry clients, but I still can't room a euthanasia appointment. It seems like I'm always on the verge of tears.

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Sample script: Talk to veterinary clients about online pharmacies and home delivery

September 1, 2013

Use this script to talk to veterinary clients about the advantages of ditching online pharmacies.

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Live from CVC: Keep your voice calm to carry on tough conversations in the veterinary clinic

August 26, 2013

Dr. Ernie Ward says to control your tone and inflection during conversations with veterinary clients and co-workers

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Schedule tight, right in veterinary practice

August 1, 2013

A rigid schedule can leave no time to compensate when you're trying to explain a tricky chronic medical issue, such as renal disease. A loose schedule wastes valuable resources. So how do you get it spot on?

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Dealing with disabilities

August 1, 2013

Whether you suffer from a disability or you're trying to make your practice friendlier for disabled clients and team members, consider this advice.

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