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Explain the signs of heat exhaustion to clients

July 2, 2012

When the temperatures rise, tragedy can strike. Be sure clients know the dangers of leaving pets in the heat.

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Laser in on surgery discussions in veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

Veterinary clients face many decisions when bringing their pet in for surgery.

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Canine rehabilitation: Getting orthopedic patients back on their feet

July 1, 2012

Cranial cruciate ligament tears and ruptures are common conditions that can lead to debilitating osteoarthritis. Consider a veterinary team approach to canine rehabilitation to improve every patient's quality of life.

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3 steps to ease itchy ears in your veterinary patients

July 1, 2012

Otitis externa is a tricky condition that takes commitment to resolve. Help clients help their pets with this advice.

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Dig into doggy day care in veterinary practice

July 1, 2012

I'm launching a doggie day care program at my practice. What safety issues should I be aware of to protect pets and people?

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Veterinary client education, caught on tape

July 1, 2012

Affordable video-capture devices are great tools for client instruction.

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Help keep clients safe from Salmonella

June 11, 2012

Clients' pets can put them into contact with the bacteria.

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5 pet safety tips for common summer dangers

June 4, 2012

Help your veterinary clients keep their pets safe and healthy this summer with these tips.

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When veterinary clients say "No!"

June 1, 2012

When we offer pet insurance or third-party payment plans, some clients are quick to turn us down. What are we doing wrong?

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