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Client Education
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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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Veterinary tips to tackle tough flea and tick talks

September 1, 2012

Education is key to keeping clients' pets pest-free.

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Put parasites in their place

August 1, 2012

Keep the creepy crawlies off furred friends—and their people—with these veterinary tips for education and effective prevention.

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Teach pet owners to care for old pets

August 1, 2012

Evidence suggests pet owners don't always recognize when their pets reach their senior years. Here's how veterinary professionals can help.

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Help clients plan for care

August 1, 2012

Just as prevention is key to heading off serious medical problems, early attention and planning for the cost of pet care can help keep veterinary clients' wallets healthier.

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Diagnose your diagnostics

August 1, 2012

Get up-to-date on the diagnostics your veterinary practice offers—and help educate pet owners about the services that can help their pets live longer, healthier lives.

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What you need to know about xylitol

July 23, 2012

Brush up on your knowledge of this human treat that's a danger to pets.

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