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Put parasites in their place

November 1, 2012

How do we change the conversation with veterinary clients from the cost of parasite prevention to the value of protection?

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Sample script: How to talk to veterinary clients about pet insurance

November 1, 2012

Consider using this script when you talk with your veterinary clients about pet insurance

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Out, darned Spot!

November 1, 2012

Help pet owners kick pet stains—before they boot their kitties and puppies to the curb. Offer effective solutions to keep pet owners' homes looking—and smelling—clean to preserve their relationships with their furry friends.

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Ditch that itch: Put pets on the right path

November 1, 2012

Veterinary team members play a critical role in helping pet owners manage dermatologic conditions. Use this team training advice to guide you and your peers on the road to effective client education and follow-up care.

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3 nutrition tips for diabetic pets

November 1, 2012

Make sure your veterinary clients offer the nutritional support their diabetic pets need—and lock in compliance with the veterinarian's recommendations.

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6 steps to better behavior

October 1, 2012

If your patients are known for their devilish behavior, find out how you can help your practice step up behavior services to change that

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Attack veterinary clients' anesthesia fears

October 1, 2012

When clients hesitate to have their pet put under, be primed to pounce on their misconceptions, bat down myths about anesthesia, and strike back with facts and recommendations customized to their pet's condition.

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Veterinary client communication: Educate, educate, and educate some more

September 1, 2012

Calm client fears about radioiodine treatment.

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Where did I go wrong? Blockheads with bullhorns in veterinary waiting rooms

September 1, 2012

Luckily for veterinarians, they're glad to "educate" everyone in the waiting area.

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