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FIRSTLINE, Jan 1, 2012
Client Education
Healthy eats: Pet nutrition is a veterinary team effort
Delivering a nutrition message at every appointment is crucial.
Offer a hearty serving of veterinary benefits
You and your clients can really benefit from this advice.
Front Desk
What goes into your mouth
By Brendan Howard
This issue is full of ways to make 2012 great for you and your veterinary patients.
Pearls of Practice
Veterinary background checks: Look back to get ahead
By Sheila Grosdidier, BS, RVT
Dig up the dirt on yourself before your future boss does.
Bite into veterinary tooth talks
Here are four ways to emphasize dental recommendations to veterinary clients.
Ask the Experts
Ask Shawn: Pain in the heart
By Shawn McVey, MA, MSW
Here's what to do when the veterinarian at your clinic doesn't believe in pain management.
Q&A: Make sure your veterinary patients are flea free
Here's how to resist flea resistance.
Q&A: Make a case for veterinary vaccinations
Help hesitant veterinary clients understand the importance of vaccinations.
Patient care
Veterinary cardiac auscultation made easy
Learn how to identify heart sounds. Evaluate the grade, pitch, and quality of heart murmurs. And alert the veterinarian to a pet's potential heart problem.
Making It Meaningful
5 lessons I learned from my pet's emergency
By Julie Mullins
My pet's emergency changed my perspective on the questions clients ask—and how I respond.

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